Whether hitting the slopes or the hiking trails, your outdoor adventure begins with Vail vacation rentals. This popular escape is known as one of the finest resort destinations in the world, providing picturesque mountain scenery, an endless list of activities, and the largest ski mountain in Colorado. Search from both luxurious and family-friendly accommodations throughout the Vail Valley, with amenities like hot tubs, mountain views, nearby golf courses, and ski-in/ski-out access to make your vacation unforgettable.
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Yes, 28 of our Vail homes allow dogs—so feel free to bring Fido along. (Just make sure to check individual home listings for any limits on the number and size of dogs they allow).Browse dog-friendly homes >
Yes. 459 of our Vail vacation rentals have internet access, so you can stay connected throughout your trip.Browse homes with internet access >
Absolutely. Our local Vail team includes professional housekeepers who care for all our homes here. They’ll clean thoroughly and restock amenities, so everything is ready for your arrival—and all you have to do is settle in and relax.Learn more about Vacasa Premium Clean >
For those who want to enjoy the glamor of an Alps getaway without leaving the country, or who live for the fresh mountain air, find what you’re looking for with Vail condo rentals. From grand, sprawling estates to sleek ski condos, our Vail lodging offers majestic views, upscale amenities, and outdoor activities everyone can enjoy. Find the perfect home base for your trip, with modern furnishings and plenty of space for you and your crew.
Of course, Vail is known for its world-class winter sports. Vail Mountain has one of the largest ski resorts in the world, with 5,317 acres of skiable terrain and 335 inches of annual snowfall, Vail is a skier’s paradise. Come summer, soak up the sunshine by strolling the Betty Ford Alpine Gardens, teeing off at golf courses, braving a white water rafting adventure, or exploring the mountain trails by foot, bike, or horseback ride.
Our vacation rentals in the scenic Vail Valley sit at the base of the Gore Range in the Rockies. Denver is just 97 miles away via I-70 W, offering one of the most scenic drives or shuttle rides you'll ever take.
Vail is about 12 miles east of the outdoor mecca of Avon, home to the world-renowned slopes of Beaver Creek Resort, and a few miles west of Summit County mountain resorts like the majestic Copper Mountain and skiing paradise of Breckenridge.
With fun for the whole family in every season, you can plan a chock-full itinerary or take your time exploring this scenic wonderland.
Constructed in 1962, Vail Mountain Resort is one of Colorado's largest mountain resorts, with over 5,000 skiable acres to enjoy. Whether you're a professional skier (two Olympic medalists were trained on these slopes) or have never seen snow before, Vail Mountain Resort welcomes you. Advanced athletes will love the powdery, challenging bowls, and park enthusiasts both big and small will want to make sure to try out one of the three terrain parks.
Book a group or a private lesson at the Vail Ski and Snowboard School, which has lessons geared for all levels and ages. The Resort even offers child care and adaptive ski programs.
Perhaps you'd like to try something different? How about a ski bike lesson, or a go on the tubing hill? Little snow bunnies will love the kids snowmobile track. Take lessons in specialty sports like snowshoeing or Nordic skiing, or forgo the snow all together for a restorative spa day.
The town of Vail was built to accommodate the mountain athlete and combines a rich, upscale vibe with a European motif. Due to the sheer size of the mountain, Vail was split into three main base villages: Vail Village, Lionshead, and Golden Peak. These Bavarian-style villages have heated pedestrian streets and a free bus system, exuding an Old World charm dressed to the nines in elegance.
Each village hosts diverse boutiques and apres-ski dining, from sandwich shops to five-star cuisine heralded in national magazines. Sunny pub decks invite you to share a midday beer, while dance clubs, live music, and piano and karaoke bars bring the village to life once the sun sets. But if you don't feel like going out on the town, never fear: Most of our Vail rentals have their own fully-equipped kitchens for quiet meals in.
If you’re looking for prime skiing conditions, plan your Vail vacation for sometime between December and March. December and January typically see the most snowfall of the year. For a summer trip, Vail travel peaks from June to September. The shoulder season in autumn is another great time to visit Vail, when you can enjoy fewer crowds and stunning fall foliage.