Through five generations of family ownership the Sonnenalp Hotel remains one of Vail’s most iconic luxury, boutique hotels. Consistently named among America’s top hotels and resorts, the Sonnenalp epitomizes the mix of alpine adventure and timeless European elegance that sets Vail apart. The property features 112 suites and 15 hotel rooms, a world-class European spa with grand fireplace, steam rooms, tranquility pool and oxygen bar, three on-site restaurants and a bar with nightly live music.
The original Pazzo’s Pizzeria is the place to go for pizza in Vail, CO. This Vail pizza restaurant is conveniently located at the west end of the Vail Village parking structure, and across from the bowling alley, Cinémovie theater, and outdoor skating rink at Solaris. Go to Pazzo’s for the best pizza and Italian food with family friendly dining in Vail Village.
MOE’S ORIGINAL BBQ
Moe’s Originial BBQ is a Southern soul food revival. They serve great food in an atmosphere that is relaxed, spontaneous, yet civilized…well, sometimes. Located in Lionshead Village, Moe’s Original BBQ features award winning Alabama-style pulled pork, wings, ribs, turkey & chicken plus catfish and shrimp served with Southern sides, tasty desserts, whisky & brews.
Round-up friends for lunch or dinner to enjoy our Southwestern and American menu. Bully Ranch provides a comfortable, family-friendly respite after a day of mountain adventure. Splurge on our famous mudslide, or feast on our renowned burgers and sandwiches.
Start the day off right with a bountiful European style breakfast served on the beautiful glass enclosed Ludwig’s terrace overlooking Gore Creek. Our breakfast is sure to fuel you for a full day of mountain adventure.
Vail visitors and residents share and value a lifestyle that combines one of the best alpine resorts in the world with a friendly, small-town feel. From hiking in the summer to skiing in the winter, there’s always something to do in Vail. Visitors and residents alike enjoy the 1,100 acres of open space; 350,000 surrounding acres of national forest, crowned by 5,289 skiable acres on one of the largest and best ski mountains in the world; 17 miles of recreation paths; countless special events, the highest botanical gardens in the world, and an award-winning amphitheater.