Bedding: King, King, Queen, Queen
Air Mattress can be added
Parking: 2 underground parking spaces
Walking distances from residence:
Terra Bistro (breakfast, dinner) < 1min.
Covered Bridge, Starbucks: 4 min.
Gondola One: 6.5 min.
Preferred ski rental and ski storage in Vail Village: 20% off at Ski Haus
Preferred ski rental and ski storage at Golden Peak: Snow Well
Take the shared elevator from the heated underground parking area to the front door of our residence. This elegant residence with top-of-the-line finishes, open floor plan, mud room, kitchen, dining and living area make this the perfect family or corporate escape. There is a large sectional sofa and flat screen television over the gas fireplace, a dining room table that seats eight, as well as patio table and grill on the large balcony overlooking the ski slopes and Gore Creek.
There are 3 bedrooms on the first floor. A King in the master, and each additional room with a Queen bed. All bedrooms have on-suite full bathrooms and large closets. The second floor has a second master bedroom and bath off a large living area with flat screen television and sectional sofa. There is a full bath and private rooftop hot tub overlooking the same breathe taking view of Vail Mountain and The Gore Creek.
A heated outdoor pool is open year round to enjoy after a hard day of playing on the mountain, or you can follow the flower lined path down to the Gore Creek and hop on the trail that takes you to the covered bridge.
- Uninterrupted Views of Vail Mountain
- Gourmet Chefs Kitchen
- Underground heated parking
- Private Roof Top Hot Tub
- Luxury Linens and Bedding
- Air Conditioning
- Gas Fireplace
- Gas Grill
- Vaulted Ceilings
- Walking distance to lifts
- Walking distance to Vail Village
- Outdoor heated pool and hot tub
- 2 underground parking spaces
For people with service dogs: Owners are extremely allergic, deep cleaning required after any pets.
What Is a Service Animal Under Colorado Law?
The ADA and Colorado law define a service animal as a dog that is individually trained to perform tasks or do work for the benefit of a person with a physical or mental disability. (In some circumstances, a miniature horse who is individually trained also qualifies as a service animal.) The tasks or work the animal does must be directly related to the person’s disability.
Vail Village Rentals requires proof or validation from the tenant's medical care provider of the need for such dogs. (service, companion, therapy).
For example, Vail Village Rentals requires that:
- all dogs must be in the company and control of their owners while in the common area,
- all dogs are subject to the association's noise and other nuisance requirements, and
- an owner is responsible for all damage his/her dog causes to the common area.
As noted above, Vail Village Rentals can require the tenants to provide proof that he/she requires a service, companion, or therapy dog. Expectable forms of proof consist of a letter from a licensed medical doctor confirming the type of dog, or a specific dog, needed to accommodate a homeowner's disability.
If a tenant is unwilling or unable to provide proof of his/her need for a reasonable accommodation, Vail Village Rentals could prohibit the dog unless and until proper evidence of a need for a reasonable accommodation is received.
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