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2205 Cordillera Way Edwards, CO 81632
2205 Cordillera WayUSColoradoEdwards81632
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Overlooking the stunning Vail Valley and Sawatch Range, The Lodge & Spa at Cordillera is one of the most luxurious retreats in the world. Inspired by a chateau in Belgium, this Edwards, Colorado resort offers breathtaking views like no other.
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Upscale mountain resort hotel with elegant rooms, plus an indoor & outdoor pool, spa & restaurants.- Google
"If you do stay here take a look at the tennis courts below the Lodge."
"Elegant rooms."
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3 months ago
My wife booked a special with the Lodge at Cordillera for $99 per night for 3 nights during the summer. We were looking forward to staying here mainly due to the exclusive name and the surrounding properties. However, once we arrived we were disappointed. Walking through the hotel you could tell no one had vacuum the carpets and stains were every where. Also, trash bins were full and over flowing on a Saturday. Overall, the property looking tied and the motivation to up keep it was 't there. I will say the food was good. We had the happy hour specials and they were pretty good. If you do stay here take a look at the tennis courts below the Lodge. They have just let them go -- completely deuteriated. Look at staying somewhere in Vail, Beaver Creek or Avon.
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Micah Fonoroff
2 weeks ago
All of the staff are friendly and helpful. A great off season getaway for peace and quiet.
Tom Loudis
a year ago
Stayed there July 12 - July 14 and it was just okay. Needs updating in the worst way from the worn carpets to the "old style" television sets. The hotel building itself is pretty cut up, having to walk through 2 buildings, up an elevator to 3rd floor to another building, then down the elevator to the 2nd floor. Good thing I only had 1 piece of luggage. For the money I would rather have stayed some place else.
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Mark Hargrove
a year ago
After a stay at the Lodge many years ago that was quite delightful, we were really looking forward to visiting it again this past weekend (August 2-3). It was a pretty serious disappointment. As other reviewers have noted, the hotel has not maintained the property very well -- worn carpets, flaking paint, very dated fixtures and furnishings in the rooms. The staff just doesn't seem to care about service at all, from indifferent reception staff at the registration desk and spa to pretty-much incompetent wait staff in restaurants. It's really pretty sad to see, because the location is beautiful.
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Jamie Cooper
5 months ago
This should be an incomparable vacation spot. The views are stunning. But, it all goes down hill after that. The property hasn't been maintained. And the staff don't know the meaning of the word customer service - laissez-faire reception staff, incompetent spa staff, the non existent bar service. A spa worker recommended that we NOT eat at the restaurant. Good grief, really?
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Todd Wyscarver
a week ago
Love this place. It's off the beaten path. Feels like Colorado.
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Ben Farmer
a year ago
What was at first a relaxing weekend away turned into a disaster after we found someone had backed up into our car at their parking lot and bashed in the back of our car. The parking low is a complete mess of snow and ice and it's not surprising someone would have a hard time driving in it. And then the hotel says they have no responsibility even after knowing how bad their parking lot is. Shame on the big resorts choosing to say they have no responsibility even though they know they should maintain the parking lot better. And shame on the person who did what they did and not leave insurance information.
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Debra Kadel
a year ago
We booked through a third party and drove from quite a distance to NOT HAVE a room. We were supposed to be contacted by management after they contacted the third party that we booked through and make it right for us. I NEVER heard back from them.