- Kibo spotted lots of dogs in and around Vail and is happy to report that
Vail gets two paws up as a dog-friendly town.
Dog-friendly Vail hotels
The room at Four Seasons Vail was prepared to enchant even the most discriminating pooch and Kibo instantly gave it a two paws up. The fluffy dog bed, two bowls and a bottle of water made it dog-friendly. The homemade puppy cookies made it dog-delightful.
A great place for the entire pack, Four Seasons Vail has large rooms with beautiful views, gorgeous bath, friendly & helpful staff and a fabulous pool.
Pets are welcome at no additional fee, 20lb weight limit. Contact the hotel concierge to arrange pet sitting or dog-walking (pricing varies, $25/hr for sitting and $30/hr for dog walking was quoted for Kibo). Four Seasons Vail Website
Other dog-friendly Vail hotels
Antlers at Vail
The Antlers at Vail is a pet friendly Hotel / Condominium in Vail and welcomes well-trained, well-behaved pets in approximately 20% of their units. Full pet policy listed on website.
The Arrabelle at Vail Square – A RockResort
The Arrabelle at Vail Square allows pets in limited guest rooms and private residences.
Holiday Inn Apex at Vail
The Holiday Inn Apex at Vail allows pets for a fee of $25 per night.
The Lodge at Vail
The Lodge at Vail alows pets (dogs only) in a few select rooms. To book a room with a pet, you must book it directly with the hotel to check availability.
Pet‐friendly rooms available (additional deep cleaning fees may apply) at Roost Lodge Vail
The Sebastian Vail
The Sebastian Vail is pet friendly in select hotel rooms,with a one-time pet fee of $150 for the stay which includes a welcome pet amenity consisting of a doggy bed, food and water bowl with food and dog treats.
Sonnenalp Vail welcomes well-behaved dogs in ten pet-friendly rooms. There is a $100 cleaning fee, limit of one dog per room and a 100 lb. limit. Based on availability. Dogs are not allowed in public spaces other than designated areas.
Tivoli Lodge Vail
The Tivoli Lodge in Vail accepts dogs only, 75lbs maximum weight.
Dog-friendly hiking: Vail trails
Dogs must be on leash in Vail Village, Lionshead, West Vail and on bike trails and public parks.
Dogs are welcome on Vail Mountain trails for hiking during the summer, but are not allowed on the gondola.
The White River National Forest requests that owners keep dogs under control at all times and to please not let them harass the wildlife.
Vail off-leash dog parks
Vail has off-leash dog parks: Bighorn Park and Stephens Park.
Stephens Park Off Leash Dog Park is in West Vail, off S. Frontage Rd. just west of I-70s Exit 173.
Bighorn Off-leash Dog Park is located at Meadow Dr., east of the Vail Racquet Club, in Vail.Article by Kim Hull
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