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The Vail Valley offers a wide variety of lodging properties, ranging from internationally recognized hotel chains, to bed and breakfast inns and lodging options at all price points. These combine to total 17,000 beds. The larger properties speak for themselves in terms of national and international excellence, while some of our more local, unique properties contribute to the Vail Valley’s International character and flavor. The Vail Valley is fortunate that even the moderate hotels in the valley are of the highest quality and comfort.

In addition to traditional hotels and lodges, the Vail Valley also features an extensive network of rental condominiums and townhomes, providing not only an enhanced lodging experience, but in many instances, a more cost-effective option for guests.

Should you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact the Vail Valley Foundation at 970-777-2015 or click here.




Whether you’re flying in or out of Denver International Airport, consider exploring this thriving metropolis, located 100 miles east of the Vail Valley,  as part of your stay for the 2015 Alpine World Ski Championships! Don’t miss the opportunity to explore the Mile High City’s world class arts and culture, taste its acclaimed farm-to-table dining, sip and sample at one of its dozens of craft breweries, and discover a wide array of must-see attractions.


There are more than 9,300 rooms in downtown Denver and more than 43,000 in the metro area, with all brands and price points represented. Explore the links below for properties offering special rates during the Championships.

Sheraton Denver Downtown Hotel - rates starting from $159*

Westin Denver Downtown - rates starting from $189*

Embassy Suites DIA - ratings starting from $119.95*
*Rates based on availability, blackout dates may apply.

While you’re here

A young, active city with a ton of urban energy, your trip to Denver will be filled with adventures inside and out.

Visit the amazing Denver Art Museum, with its striking building designed by Daniel Libeskind and explore one of the world’s most comprehensive collections of Native American art works alongside cutting edge modern works and Impressionist masterpieces. Next door, the Clyfford Still Museum showcases masterpieces from the nearly 2,000-piece collection of the famed, but famously reclusive, American abstract expressionist artist.

A must-see attraction is the famous Red Rocks Park & Amphitheatre, which was named the top outdoor music venue in the country by Rolling Stone magazine, and has hosted everyone from The Beatles to Bruce Springsteen. Stop by the Visitor Center, featuring the Performers Hall of Fame, dedicated to artists who have performed at a concert under the stars at this unforgettable venue, visit the Trading Post that also hosts the Colorado Music Hall of Fame, or hike the beautiful trails that surround the amphitheatre.

The Denver Museum of Nature & Science is home to an IMAX theatre, a state of the art planetarium and thousands of natural treasures, ranging from space vehicles to dinosaur fossils. Adjacent to the museum, the Denver Zoo is a safari in the city, featuring such exhibits as Predator Ridge – home to a pride of majestic African lions – and the must-see Toyota Elephant Passage, which transports you to a village where you’ll encounter enormous Asian elephants, rhinos and tapirs.