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Outdated, dirty, dark, depressing.
The resort itself seemed convenient, however it was isolated and seemed like a ghost town. The amenities seemed nice but the hottub/ pool/ gym area was something you had to drive to and always crowded as there was only one or...More
Although most people think of Vail for its skiing, the summer is also pretty great with lots of outdoor activities. We rented 2 condos and Vail Racquet Club for our family and found it to be very spacious and comfortable. Housekeeping is minimal (trash pickup...More
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Response from Wendy M, Guest Relations Manager at Vail Racquet Club Mountain ResortResponded 18 August 2017
Thank you for the review. Yes, some prefer to have their own car but in the summer many use the free bus system Vail offers. There are 2 stops on property, one by the club house and the other by the town homes. In the...More
We stayed 5 nights in a 2 bedroom condo and had a wonderful stay. The front desk staff was friendly and helpful. Our condo was cozy and included an updated & fully equipped kitchen, TV with surround sound, fireplace and authentic cabin-like decor. We enjoyed...More
Great facilities, close bus stop for the local shuttle, all staff extremely lovely.
There was a few things not working in the room which had me moved rooms, I received help in moving rooms which was much appreciated.
The vail racquet club is a quaint set of privately owned condos in Vail East. Only a 15-20 minute bus ride to vail, the condos are good for a travelers unwilling to shell out the $500-$1500 per night in Vail village proper.
The condos are...More
Response from disgusted929 | Reviewed this property |
Blu's is a good restaurant, provided that you don't get there to late and that goes for room service also. They close early. I would suggest you hit a market somewhere and stock the frig. You are out of gas food wise given... More
Blu's is a good restaurant, provided that you don't get there to late and that goes for room service also. They close early. I would suggest you hit a market somewhere and stock the frig. You are out of gas food wise given the hours of food availability, unless you don't mind vending machines. I would strongly suggest you stay in Vail Village itself. More to choose from in the food category and much more amenities.