The Sonnenalp Resort of Vail is a small luxury hotel located near the Vail Mountain, and a great Colorado ski vacation getaway. In addition to skiing in the winter, the hotel offers a European spa, tennis and an excellent golf club. If you are planning a family vacation, the Sonnenalp Resort of Vail offers a number of activities kids can enjoy on their own or with their parents. Click here for family adventure packages in Colorado.
Vail Mountain offers over 5,000 acres of skiable terrain for beginner, intermediary and expert skiers. The Sonnenalp Resort of Vail offers full day guided ski tours for intermediate and advanced skiers and snowboarders. Skiers who purchase lift tickets for Vail Mountain may also use the pass at Beaver Creek, Keystone and Breckenridge ski resorts. Each mountain offers its own ski school.
Vail Valley offers miles of cross-country skiing and snowshoe trails which guests can explore on their own or through Sonnenalp Guided Tours. The resort offers specialty Moonlight Snowshoe Tours, and Snowshoe and Wine Tasting Tours.
The Sonnenalp spa offers a relaxing and rejuvenating experience. Guests can relax in one of the Finnish saunas and Turkish steam rooms, and treat themselves to a Moor mud or a seaweed wrap, a perfect complement to a ski vacation. The resort also offers yoga, stretching, and water aerobics classes.
The Sonnenalp's Resort Golf Club is an excellent golf club and the site of the 2002 and 2003 Colorado Open. The challenging Scottish links style golf course is one of the top golf courses in Colorado.
Other summer vacation activities include Complimentary Guided Hiking and Biking Tours.
The Sonnenalp Resort of Vail provides children's activities for kids ages five to 12, including sledding, snowshoeing, Western entertainment and evening programs. The resort organizes a Country Club Triathlon in the summer months which allows kids to try tennis, golf and swimming. Kids may also like to take Junior Tennis Lessons, offered in the summer.
Guest rooms at The Sonnenalp Resort of Vail, appointed in comfortable European style, feature panoramic views and luxurious amenities such as plush down comforters and terry robes. Resort suites have gas fireplaces, and bathrooms with heated marble tile floors, double sinks and a soaking tub with separate shower.
The resort offers four unique restaurants. Ludwig's, open for diner Tuesday through Sunday, serves contemporary cuisine. Swiss Chalet presents a menu of Swiss cheeses and meats. Bully Ranch serves burgers and mudslides in a casual Western atmosphere for lunch and dinner. Balata at Singletree offers contemporary, upscale Colorado cuisine, including lamb, veal, beef, wild game and seafood.
The resort is located 100 miles west of Denver International Airport and 30 miles east of Eagle County Airport in Eagle, Colorado. Shuttle service is available at the airport. Contact the hotel concierge for flight and shuttle information at 800-654-8312. For reservations call 800-654-8312 or check the resort web site for packages.