Vail

Charming and Pedestrian Friendly Village

Lavish yet quaint, Vail Village provides a European feel in the heart of the Rockies. The pedestrian-friendly village offers an assortment of world-class restaurants, shops, and galleries, as well as a bustling nightlife scene. With an array of bars and the famed Gerald R. Ford Amphitheater, the village provides a social, lively atmosphere year round.

Vail & Lionshead Village Fractional Listings

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Save $50K at The Sebastian Vail, CO

3 Beds 4 Baths Sq Ft

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The Sebastian, Vail, CO

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The Ritz-Carlton Club–Vail

2-4 Beds 3+ Baths 1950+ Sq Ft

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Ritz-Carlton Club, Lionshead, CO

From $75,000

The Willows at Vail

2 Beds 2 Baths 1150+ Sq Ft

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The Willows , Vail, CO

From $750,000

Four Seasons Residence Club–Vail

2-4 Beds 3+ Baths 2500+ Sq Ft

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Four Seasons, Vail, CO

From $265,000

The Sebastian

2-4 Beds 3+ Baths 1300+ Sq Ft

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The Sebastian, Vail, CO

From $170,000

Vail Mountain Lodge

2-3 Beds 3+ Baths 1200+ Sq Ft

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Vail Mountain Lodge, Vail, CO

From $175,000

One Willow Bridge Road

2-3 Beds 3+ Baths 1400+ Sq Ft

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One Willow Bridge, Vail, CO

From $349,000

Austria Haus Club

2 & 3 Beds 3-4 Baths 1200+ Sq Ft

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Austria Haus Club, Vail, CO

From $185,000

 

 

Lavish yet quaint, Vail Village provides a European feel in the heart of the Rockies. The pedestrian-friendly village offers an assortment of world-class restaurants, shops, and galleries, as well as a bustling nightlife scene. With an array of bars and the famed Gerald R. Ford Amphitheater, the village provides a social, lively atmosphere year round.

Slightly smaller than Vail Village, but closer to the slopes, Lionshead has a tranquil, classy vibe. Home to a variety of boutiques and upscale restaurants, Lionshead offers a quieter, more laid back experience, while having the European touch of Vail Village.

The largest free transportation system in the nation provides easy access between Vail Village, Lionshead and their surrounding areas. Both villages offer something for the entire family, with 17 miles of recreation paths and close proximity to the slopes. During winter, people flock to Vail for its famed skiing, but throughout the year enjoy its outdoor events, food, and music festivals and concerts that cater to nature enthusiasts and cultural aficionados alike.

 

 

Vail Village:

  • Four Seasons Vail
  • The Sebastian
  • Marriott Streamside
  • Vail Club
  • Austria Haus
  • The Willows
  • Vail Mountain Lodge

Lionshead:

  • Ritz Carlton Club
  • Lodge at Lionshead

 

 

 

Great Food for Any Taste

Crespelle: Crepes, Affordable

Annapurna: Nepali, Indian, More affordable, Closer to Lionshead

Swiss Chalet: European, Moderately Priced

Mountain Standard: Local, Some seafood, More expensive, Good Bar

Sweet Basil: Local, Modern American, More expensive, Good wine Bar

Matsuhisa: Sushi, Expensive, High rated

 

 

 

 

Relax and Have a Drink

  • Root and Flower: Wine Bar, Drinks
  • 10th Mountain Whiskey and Spirits: Local, Rustic
  • Garfinkel’s: Sports bar, Lionshead, Lively
  • Remedy Bar: Upscale, Part of Four Seasons, Laidback
  • Shakedown Bar: Funky, Clublike Bar with live music
  • Bart and Yetis: Classic, Local’s Bar with deck and rustic feel, Lionshead

 

 

Something for Everyone

  • Skiing/Snowboarding: Vail Resort
  • Vail Adventure Park: Tubing (year round), Ziplining, Mountain Coaster (year round), Gondola Rides
  • Hiking: Within resort and nearby village
  • Rafting, Kayaking: Various tours available in village
  • Fishing: Tours available in village, Gore Creek
  • Mountain Biking: Gondola Serviced or free paths from village
  • Betty Ford Alpine Gardens: Highest botanical gardens in the world
  • Gerald R. Ford Amphitheater: Music and events year round
  • Golfing: Vail Golf Club, Willow Creek Golf Club,