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Ideally located beside Gore Creek in the Vail Valley, this resort offers a heated indoor/outdoor pool, sauna, two hot tubs and a barbecue deck with gas grills. During ski season, a complimentary shuttle allows convenient access to Vail's world-class ski slopes and snowboarding terrain.
Other winter activities include snowmobiling, ice-skating, and horse-drawn sleigh rides. Summer activities include golf, biking, horseback riding, tennis, rafting, fishing and hiking. Fabulous shopping and dining experiences are available year 'round.Eagle Point
1500 Matterhorn Circle
Vail, Colorado 81657 map it
- BBQ Area
- Cross-Country Skiing
- Downhill Skiing
- Indoor Pool
- Laundry Room
- Outdoor Pool
- Video Rentals
- Whirlpool/Hot Tub
- Grocery Store (1 mile)
- Live Entertainment
- Ski School
- User: leeg42
- Posted: Feb 27, 2011
We rented a 2BR/2BA over President's Day week with another family. I would give the location a 4 star rating. The staff was very friendly and accommodating. The place itself is a little dated but clean and geared towards family. The pool area is small but my boys enjoyed it after a day of skiing. They also loved the comfortable beds. The Xbox 360 was a nice touch. The kitchen could have been better stocked with condiments.
The shuttle bus drivers were nice and accommodating as well. Overall, we enjoyed staying there and would return again.
- User: paul503
- Posted: Nov 19, 2010
The Eagle Point resort is the best kept secret in Vail. Having stayed there ten times over the years, it is convenient to skiing with it's shuttle, etc, and has a family atmosphere that is inclusive and fun. Lots of good residents enjoying their time in the mountains and eager to be inclusive and friendly. Beds are great, units, furniture, kitchen are certainly good enough and you can't beat the price relative to vail village, etc. Free parking in vail village parking lots make an evening in town a snap!
- User: james303
- Posted: Nov 15, 2010
We've owned here for 15 years and really enjoyed it. The units have been wonderfully updated with new cabinets, granite counters, applicances, fixtures, tile, carpet, furniture. Location is awesome - very quiet along the Gore Creek in West Vail - a short (free) shuttle to the lifts. Close to everything and Vail can't be beat. My kids love the indoor/outdoor pool and we love the hot tubs! We enjoy cooking out on the grills (yes - though it's winter when we're there). Free wi-fi, newspapers, social mixers, and incredibly friendly staff that's more like family.
- User: kareng309
- Posted: Dec 20, 2009
We stayed in a two bedroom, two bath unit from November 20 - 27, 2009. The unit was fully upgrade and slept 6 with a pull out sleep sofa. The combined living room, dining room and kitchen is small with six people moving about. The kitchen is well equipped, there is a very generous supply of fresh towels throughout and plenty of closet space. The second bedroom has 2 twin beds that the resort will make up as a king. Housekeeping does visit the unit once a week to replace all towels and remaking all beds with fresh linens.Our dishwasher broke down on our third evening. Maintenance was not available during the evening therefore the resort offered to replace the machine and clean the dishes and kitchen in the morning. They did this without delay. One complaint is that the indoor pool is part of the outdoor pool with a shield; it is cold. The hot tub is small and often has groups of children crowded in and around. There is a sauna which we enjoyed.
This resort is very close to Vail and offers a free shuttle. We rented a car and greatly preferred Copper Mountain and Keystone. We enjoyed our stay although more square footage would have been a great benefit.
- User: maciejl
- Posted: Feb 19, 2008
We stayed at Eagle Point two times: in early October 2006 and in August 2007. Both stays were great. The first time it was hardly anybody there and we were given special attention and service. The second time the resort was full, but the experience was also great. The management organized a couple of trips - we rented bikes and the resort bus gave us a lift to Vail pass.
The resort has a nice swimming pool, great hot tub, and a huge modern grill to prepare your steaks. There are always: coffee, tea, and newspapers in the lobby. Our one bedroom unit was nicely appointed and comfortable. Everything we needed was there. We also got some unexpected small gifts and product samples from the resort. We will go there again.
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