Offering three on-site restaurants, a free shuttle and on-site ski rentals, the Holiday Inn Vail is a convenient choice, especially for guests with pets in tow. This 101-room, four-floor property offers an impressive lineup of amenities, starting with three very diverse restaurants. Lazybones can take heart that hearty and highly touted breakfasts are served until 3:00 p.m. The cocktail lounge is a relaxing place to thaw out, as is the fireplace lobby guests gravitate to. Gear up at the on-site ski rental shop, then board the free winter shuttle to Lionshead and Vail Village. R&R types enjoy a year-round heated outdoor pool with mesmerizing mountain views, indoor hot tub and massage studio. Rooms — most of which are non-smoking — are outfitted with snow-white, triple-sheeted beds, cable TV, DVD players, free Wi-Fi and sofa bed seating areas. Pets are welcome to stay and keep you company. Just off I-70 in West Vail, the property is within a five- to 10-minute ride east to Lionshead and Vail Village and 10 minutes west to Beaver Creek Resort for even more perfect powder. You could take a 10-minute detour to the Old Colorado town of Minturn for guided dogsled rides, tubing and snowmobiling. Once spring has sprung, a visit to the world's highest botanical garden, Betty Ford Alpine Gardens, is less than a 10-minute excursion. Eagle County Regional Airport is 32 miles from the hotel. Along with "excellent" on-site and nearby dining options, our guests say the central locale of this Holiday Inn between Beaver Creek and Vail Village is on the mark.
Dogs up to 50 pounds are allowed. Dogs are allowed for a pet fee of $25.00 per pet per night.
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