Vail Marriott Mountain Resort Among Best-Reviewed Hotels On Expedia

Guest reviews rank the Vail resort in the top 650 of over 290,000 properties on Expedia websites

VAIL, Colo., July 16, 2014 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- The Vail Marriott Mountain Resort has been named on the 2014 Expedia Insiders' Select list, an annual ranking of the best-reviewed hotels on Expedia Inc. websites.

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The resort was ranked No. 81 out of the 650 hotels named on the list. The results are calculated based on nearly 2 million annual guest reviews of the over 290,000 properties available for booking on Expedia. The reviews evaluate a hotel's level of service, value for money and overall guest experience.

Based on the verified reviews for Vail Marriott Mountain Resort, 94 percent of guests would recommend staying at the resort with a 4.4-star ranking out of 5 available.

"We are extremely proud to be among Vail's highest-rated resorts," said Dave Pease, general manager of the hotel in Vail, Colorado. "Our dedicated staff prides itself on catering to every guest's needs — from offering deluxe, well-appointed accommodations to providing deluxe spa treatments and services at Golden Leaf Spa. Our First Chair restaurant and Avalanche Pub continue to offer the highest quality meals and libations in the area."

Reviews on the Expedia website praised the resort's location, staff, grounds and more.

"The hotel staff was friendly and always able to answer any questions I had," one reviewer wrote on the site. "The hotel's location was convenient with a great view."

Another guest posted: "We loved our visit to Vail and will most certainly come back. The hotel was perfect and made our stay even more pleasurable. The service was great and it had all the amenities we needed for our visit."

To view more verified reviews and ratings for Vail Marriott Mountain Resort, visit the resort's Expedia page.

Guest rooms at the Vail Marriott Mountain Resort feature comfortable beds with luxurious down comforters and cotton-rich linens — perfect for recharging after an action-packed day outdoors. Rooms also include a mini-refrigerator and 37-inch flat-screen TV with pay-per-view movies and cable channels including ESPN and HBO.

Travelers can avoid the hassle of packing and unloading cumbersome ski gear by visiting the resort's on-site ski and bike rental shop, Charter Sports. After an exhilarating day on the slopes, guests can unwind in the resort's Golden Leaf Spa, which offers facials, massages, body scrubs and more. The Vail Marriott Mountain Resort also features First Chair, a casual American restaurant serving breakfast and dinner, and Avalanche Pub, which offers a variety of cocktails and light hors d'oeuvres in the afternoons and evenings.

The Vail Marriott Mountain Resort is at the base of Vail Mountain, just 150 yards from the Eagle-Bahn Gondola and world-class skiing and snowboarding. During the warmer months, activities such as horseback riding, kayaking and rock climbing are all within walking distance. The resort is also convenient to a variety of casual and fine dining restaurants and eclectic shops featuring the latest ski fashions.

About Vail Marriott Mountain Resort

The Vail Marriott Mountain Resort at 715 West Lionshead Circle in Vail, CO, is a short three-minute walk to the Eagle-Bahn Gondola and the world's best skiing. The resort features 344 rooms on seven floors in addition to 20 meeting rooms with 28,000 square feet of flexible event space. Additional amenities include a spa, fitness center, full-service business center, two restaurants and on-site ski and bike equipment rental. For information, visit www.marriott.com/WHRCO or call 1-970-476-4444. Follow Vail Marriott Mountain Resort on Twitter and like the resort on Facebook.

Media Contact: Sabrina Nelson, Vail Marriott Mountain Resort, 1-480-596-7073, Sabrina.Nelson@Marriott.com

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