Exquisite Accommodations

Feels Like Home

The Antlers at Vail offers exceptional accommodations located only 150 yards from the Eagle Bahn Gondola at the base of Lionshead Village. Antlers at Vail lodging options include eighty-seven fully equipped and spacious condominiums including studio suites, one, two, three and four bedrooms, each with views of the valley and the majestic mountains.

The studio units are approximately twice as large as a standard hotel room, and space increases up from there. Each unique Antlers at Vail condominium includes every convenience – from daily housekeeping to high-speed WiFi access, gas fireplaces, private balconies, high-definition televisions and much more.

Accommodations for Families of all Sizes

In the Heart of Lionshead
at the base of Vail Mountain.

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Family Reunions

With a wide range of condominium configurations and sizes and an ideal location on Gore Creek facing Vail Mountain, the Antlers is a popular home base for family reunions. Find out more!

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Rehearsal Dinners

Antlers at Vail has over 2000 square feet of event space on-site and is conveniently located near popular Vail wedding venues such as the Vail Interfaith Chapel, Vail’s mountain top wedding deck and the Donovan Pavilion. Our space is ideal for rehearsal dinners, brunches and group wedding lodging.

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From Guest to Friend

Hoteliers know that there are certain unwritten boundaries that we must follow to appropriately address our guests.  Departing from the fact that respect is always present, here are some of my personal boundaries:

Never call a guest before 9:00 am or after 8:00 pm,Address a guest by Mr. and Mrs. Plus their last name,Exercise the Motto: “The answer is yes, now what is the question,”Let the guest enjoy at their leisure, and let them contact you if they need you,I only shake a hand if a hand is extended (to respect people’s private space).