With an extensive treatment list, steam rooms, sauna, whirlpool, a fitness complex and classes, there is something for everyone for the ultimate apres-ski relaxation. In addition to the spectacular views of the Gore Range, Chalets guests can enjoy The Lodge at Vail's four-star services like: 24-hour luxury concierge services, in-room dining, access to the new 11,000-square-foot RockResorts Spa and fitness center, complimentary ski valet, and storage at The Vail Mountain Club, and a dedicated staff willing to meet any wish or need. Can't find what you are looking for online? Now $338 (Was $̶3̶8̶5̶) on TripAdvisor: The Lodge at Vail, A RockResort, Vail. In March of 1957, after seven hours of climbing, two former members of the 10th Mountain Division, Peter Seibert and Earl Eaton, arrived at the summit of what was later to become known as Vail Mountain. Lodge Tower Spa & Fitness Center, Vail: See 2 reviews, articles, and 2 photos of Lodge Tower Spa & Fitness Center, ranked No.13 on TripAdvisor among 15 attractions in Vail. Vail Ski Resort is within a 5-minute walk of The Lodge at Vail, A RockResort while other popular sites like Betty Ford Alpine Gardens are within a 15-minute stroll. Each of our lodge rooms and one, two, and three-bedroom condominiums provide ample space for a family vacation and a memorable winter or summer vacation. Each suite has a bedroom and a well-appointed, delightfully comfortable living room area. The spa at The Lodge at Vail is a truly special experience. Thank you for choosing Vail. There are 2 restaurants on site. Designated North America's Number One Resort by SKI Magazine; History of The Lodge at Vail. On the street of Gore Creek Drive and street number is 174. See 903 traveler reviews, 621 candid photos, and great deals for The Lodge at Vail, A RockResort, ranked #16 of 29 hotels in Vail and rated 4 of 5 at TripAdvisor. The Sonnenalp features 112 luxury suites and 15 hotel rooms - all with a view of either Gore Creek or Vail Village. Our guests praise the pool and the helpful staff in our reviews. In March of 1957, after seven hours of climbing, two former members of the 10th Mountain Division, Peter Seibert and Earl Eaton, arrived at the summit of what was later to become known as Vail Mountain.