My only disappointment is the hotels entertainment center is lacking. You cannot get any movies in room, at all. They have a rack of non new release films that are in questionable condition. They do provide DVD players in room which is very nice. However, there is no convenient way to find a movie. If they only had a Redbox in the lobby.
Conveniently located near the ski slopes, this Vail hotel is near The Steadman Clinic, Vail Ski Resort, and winter sports …More
Took the family (2 adults, 3 teenagers) skiing in Vail for Thanksgiving vacation. The Arabelle was highly recommended and I see why. Very friendly staff, very proactive and responsive. Requested adjoining rooms and a roll-away bed in the kids' room. Our wishes were accommodated. Super comfy, quiet room and wonderful bed and linens and pillows, slept wonderfully! Humidifiers provided (look in the closets) and used. Bathrooms large and spotless. A solid building right next to the slopes. Would definitely book again without hesitation.
Located in the heart of Vail at Lionshead Village, this boutique property sits at the base of Vail Mountain and Ski Resort …More
We are new to CO and this was our first trip to the mountains. 3-night vacation was an 18th birthday present / Thanksgiving treat to our kids and the hotel and the unit were both fantastic. Very well-located for Eagle Bahn (Lionshead) gondola and shops. Beautiful, classy apartment. Plenty of space for 6. Never heard a sound from the corridor or other apartments. Loads of light. Well-stocked kitchen (the only thing missing for us was a roasting pan, so we bought a foil one at Safeway). Decent range of cable channels. Every staff member we met was friendly, cheerful and helpful. [The check-in people did give me inaccurate information about local nail facilities, but I survived. Candi Johns is just a hair salon and hasn't had a nail tech in years.] Our only real gripe in 4 days was that when we needed to leave (after getting extended check-out until late afternoon), we called down and wasted 20 minutes of daylight driving time waiting for help. Eventually, we gave up and carried our bags down. We were considering coming back over Presidents' Day, but the cost for these units skyrockets and the World Ski Championship 2015 is being held nearby (so we figure that will make Vail super busy with skiers from Beaver Creek who can't ski their own slopes), so we have found a neat place in Breckenridge instead. Note: no restaurant or full spa. Tip: try the Little Diner. 5 minutes walk away. Nice place open 7 - 2. Breakfast all the time along with sandwiches, crepes.
JanS from Greenwood Village, CO
Conveniently located near the ski slopes, this Vail hotel is in the mountains, near Vail Valley Medical Center, Vail Ski …More
I grew up skiing on this mountain, and it turned out to be an amazing short vacation to treat my husband for all his hard work. Absolutely everything about this place is well thought out, from the three separate gear stores, the slippers in the hall for after you ski and don't want to wear your boots in, the fabulous restaurants, the myriad activities, and of course, the wonderful ski in-ski out. If you're looking for a place with all the class of Vail but none of the pretentiousness, this is the place for you!
Taylor from New York, NY
This exclusive ski-in/ski-out mountain resort is located in an exclusive area between the villages of Beaver Creek and …More