"Our stay at this condo was absolutely wonderful. Great location that was convenient to Vail Village and Lionshead Village, but also located just far enough away that we were out of the crowded areas. There were 4 adults and one toddler (1 year old) that stayed here and the place felt big enough that we all had our space, but also like home. My one year old walked right in and made himself at home, and within a few minutes had already found the spot where they kept the toys. We specifically chose this place because they had the convenience of child supplies throughout the entire condo. They had cups, plates, silverware, lots of toys, a pack n play, highchair, humidifier, gates, and many more. If you are a parent, take advantage of this condo so you don't have to travel with much, and can have peace of mind at your home away from home. The condo was very clean when we got there, all the bedrooms were spacious with comfortable beds. We took advantage of the kitchen every day, and also the great balcony that had a grill on it. This place really had everything that we could ask for and more. The only complaint (which really isn't a complaint) was that the carpet is off-white/cream throughout the house and they ask you to remove your shoes to keep their carpet clean (which we do at our own home so that wasn't a problem), but I still managed to worry ALOT about the carpet being clean because we were in Colorado to hike and mountain bike so we came home filthy every single day, along with the balcony was extremely dirty no matter how many times we swept it so we also had that dust to deal with! We removed our shoes every time we entered but its hard to keep dirt off your body the entire time you are there! So really, this wasn't a complaint just a heads up that if you are staying here, bring multiple pairs of shoes and try not to get too dirty :)
Overall this was a fabulous property that I recommend to anyone with children visiting Vail. We will 100% be staying here again and again!"
Guest: Colleen W.
Date of Stay: June 2016
Review Submitted: July 1, 2016