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Montaneros

684 W. Lionshead Circle
Vail, CO 81657
Price Range: $650,000 - $2,000,000
Sq Ft Range: 700 - 1,750 sq ft
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BUILDING DETAILS:

  • Location to Slopes:  Walk to slopes
  • Building Type:  Condominium
  • Built Status:  Immediate Occupancy
  • Number of Bedrooms:  1, 2, 3 + loft
  • Year Built:  1972
  • Number of Stories:  5
  • Number of Units:  42
  • Real Estate Transfer Tax:  1%
  • Heat:  Electric
  • Elevator
  • Front Desk
  • Hut Tub / Jacuzzi
  • Pool
  • Sauna
  • Pets Allowed
  • Parking:  Unassigned garage
  • Vail Mountain Views

For those looking to escape the hustle of everyday life and to experience the peaceful, picturesque setting of the mountains, Montaneros is the place to stay in Vail, Colorado. Situated at the base of Vail Mountain, and just steps away from the Eagle Bahn Gondola, our expansive 1- to 4-bedroom Vail condos in a boutique property are complete with first-class service and luxurious in-room and on-site amenities.

Montaneros was constructed in the early days of Lionshead.

Opening its doors in 1974, Montaneros right away embraced its reputation as a family boutique condominium property. Some of the original or very early owners are still owners today. Montaneros has endured the test of time and technology, and over the years owners have kept up with changing unit styles by renovating their units when necessary.

In 1999, an extensive pool and elevator replacement was completed to emphasize one of the nicest pool areas in the Town of Vail.

In 2005, with Vail’s "New Dawn" just taking shape Montaneros jumped to the forefront and completed a multimillion dollar exterior renovation.

In 2007, they completed a lobby remodel, that completely changed the look and feel in the lobby. Montaneros has truly stood the test of the last 34+ years and is ready to take on the next 34+ years.

Montaneros Condominiums in Vail, Colorado is a boutique property, offering the finest in Vail resort condominium lodging. Privately owned and beautifully decorated, these condominiums are the perfect choice for any Vail vacation.

Montaneros condos have all the amenities you need to be ensconced in comfort, pampered and well-rested.

Montaneros offers you a satisfying range of amenities, to ensure that you have a pleasurable stay in our Vail condominiums. We are located steps from the newly rennovated VAil Square in the heart of Lionshead Village and the base of the Vail Gondola.

Call us today at (800) 525-1891 or use our handy vacation planner to reserve your Vail vacation. Book now!

 

PROPERTY FEATURES & AMENITIES

 

 

  • Charter Sports for discounted ski rental and sports accessories (winter)
  • Outdoor heated swimming pool, hot tub and sauna
  • Adjacent to award-winning Arrabelle Spa for massages
  • Complimentary access to nearby state-of-the-art fitness room
  • Complimentary coffee and tea service in the lobby
  • Ski room with overnight boot dryers & ski tuning area
  • Complimentary Hot cocoa & Popcorn served in the afternoon (winter)
  • Front Desk and Concierge services
  • Computer with internet access and printer in the Lobby
  • Complimetary High speed, wireless access throughout property
  • Guest fax and business services
  • Complimentary newspaper delivery
  • Complimentary underground parking
  • Grocery delivery service available (winter)
  • Valet laundry service and laundry facilities
  • Movie rentals
  • Meeting room (seasonal)


* One Bedroom Condominium - Sleeps 2-4 people
* One Bedroom Plus Loft - Sleeps 4-6 people
* Two Bedroom Condominium - Sleeps 4-6 people
* Two Bedroom Plus Loft - Sleeps 6-8 people
* Three Bedroom Condominium - Sleeps 6-8 people
* Three Bedroom Plus Loft - Sleeps 8-10 people
* Four Bedroom Condominium - Sleeps 8-10 people

 

Plus all these great condominium amenities:

 

 

  • Full Kitchens
  • Conventional Oven
  • Microwave Oven
  • RefrigeratorsElectric Range
  • Dishwasher
  • Dining ware
  • Spacious Living Room
  • Gas Log Fireplace
  • Private Balcony
  • Remote control color televisions, cable and DVD
  • Terry bathrobes in all units
  • In-room safe
  • Humidifiers and hairdryers
  • Irons and ironing boards
  • Outdoor barbeque grills
  • Complimentary in-room coffee upon arrival
  • Radio/CD player
  • Voice mail
  • Housekeeping service

 

Vail History

 

 

Vail was founded by Pete Seibert and Earl Eaton in 1962, between the town of Eagle, Colorado and Vail Pass, which was named after Charles Vail, designer of the highway that passed through the valley. Seibert joined the U.S. Army's 10th Mountain Division during World War II, which trained at Camp Hale, just southeast of Vail. During Seiberts' and Eatons' time with the 10th, they trained at several resorts around the Vail area, such as Loveland, Keystone and Aspen. While roaming the area mountains, Seibert and Eaton discovered a peak that had the perfect location and base area for a resort, they named this peak "No-name Mountain", but it would eventually become Vail. Construction of the Vail resort began in 1962 in a valley devoid of civilization. It opened just 6 months later on December 15th. There were 3 lifts upon opening, one gondola that ran from the frontside base to the peak, a lift from mid-mountain to the peak, and a lift that brought skiers back up from the back bowls. In just 7 years, Vail had grown to become the most popular ski resort in Colorado, and a village had started forming at the base, near the gondola, which had been replaced since its opening. Also at that time, the construction of the infamous I-70 highway had begun.

During the 1970s, Vail had blossomed into a Super-resort, and skiers and vacationers had started paying Euro-trip prices for a Colorado vacation. Subsequently, Vail's Euro-esque village began construction and expansion.

In 1972, Vail and Beaver Creek were slated to host the Skiing portions of the 1976 Winter Olympic Games. However, the voters of Colorado shot down the idea, and the 1976 Winter Games went to Innsbruck, Austria.

On March 26th, 1976, Vail’s success was tainted by a gondola accident at Lionshead. A carrying cable snagged on a support tower and caused two cabins to snag and derail off the high towers, killing four and injuring eight. The gondola closed the remainder of the season until the Von Roll Lift Company installed a state-of-the-art monitoring system, preventing any further accidents.

In 1982, Vail had another chance to be the center of attention of the international skiing community when it hosted, to incredible hype and success, the Alpine Skiing World Cup. The Cup was held in Vail again a decade later, to even bigger fanfare.

In 1985, Vail opened 5 high-speed detachable quad lifts on the mountain, the second mountain in the country to use them, after Breckenridge.

1996 marked a huge change for the Vail Valley area ski resorts, as Vail Associates bought Vail Breckenridge Ski Resort and Heavenly Ski Resort. The parent company allowed skiers to buy an all-mountain pass that granted admission to all of their resorts.

In 1998, the Earth Liberation Front set fire to the resorts' Two Elk Lodge, Camp one, Ski Patrol HQ, and 2 lifts, causing US$12,000,000 in damage. A new Two Elk Lodge was built in place of the old one, as well as a new Camp one and ski patrol HQ, Poma Ski Lifts Co. was brought in to replace the 2 destroyed lifts with high speed quads.

In 2000, Vail unleashed Pete Seiberts ideal skiing vision, the Blue Sky Basin, an intermediate-expert backcountry area which offers mogul, gladed and tree skiing, and glorious cliffs and ridges. It has been heralded as one of the best skiing experiences in the world.

Vail has been declared the #1 Ski resort in the US 14 times over the last 17 years.

According to a press release on August 1, 2006, Vail began offsetting all of its power usage by purchasing wind power. They were the 2nd largest corporation in the United States to do so as well.

In summer 2007, Vail replaced the Highline double chair with a high-speed quad.

 

 

RESORT STATISTICS

 

 

ELEVATION

* Base: 8,120 ft (2,475 m)
* Summit: 11,570 ft (3,527 m)
* Vertical Rise: 3,450 ft (1,052 m)

AVERAGE ANNUAL SNOWFALL: 346 inches (8.8 m)

TRAILS

Skiable area: 5,289 acres (21 km²)

Trails: 193 total (18% beginner, 29% intermediate, 53% advanced/expert)

Longest run: Riva Ridge - 4 miles (6.4 km)

Terrain Parks: 4

1 Superpipe


BOWLS: 10 (7 official)

Sun Down Bowl

Sun Up Bowl

China Bowl

Siberia Bowl

Tea Cup Bowl

Inner Mongolia Bowl

Outer Mongolia Bowl

Pete's Bowl

Earl's Bowl

Game Creek Bowl


LIFTS: 34 total

1 Gondola (12 person)

16 High-Speed Quads

1 Fixed Grip Quad

2 Triple Chairs

5 Double Chairs

10 Surface Lifts

Questions? Just Ask!