The Antlers at Vail hotel is located in an incomparable setting on beautiful Gore Creek in Lionshead, facing Vail Ski Resort. The Lionshead Eagle Bahn gondola is just 150 yards away, taking you for a scenic ride to the top of Vail Mountain for day of exhilarating skiing, hiking or mountain biking. The new Epic Discovery Vail also awaits you at the top of the Eagle Bahn Gondola. The free in-town bus is just steps away from the Antlers at Vail, taking you to the many fine dining and shopping establishments located throughout Lionshead and Vail Village. For more information on all that the Vail Valley has to offer visit our Vail Guide.
680 Lionshead Place, Vail, Colorado 81657 USA
How far is Vail from Denver Airport? The Antlers at Vail is almost a straight shot west 121 miles on I-70 from DIA. But this can take varying amounts of time depending on traffic.
Take I-70 WEST
Take EXIT 176
Go around the 1st traffic circle and back under I-70
At the next traffic circle, go 1/4 of the way around and take the 1st right onto the FRONTAGE ROAD towards Lionshead.
Take a left on WEST LIONSHEAD CIRCLE approx. 3/4 mi. on the Frontage Road. (It is immediately following the Pedestrian Bridge)
Follow the road as it curves to the left and the Antlers is at the bottom of the hill.
What is the Eagle to Vail distance? From Eagle to the Antlers at Vail it is 34 miles. Eagle airport is very convenient. And, the shuttle services also run from the Eagle Airport to the Antlers at Vail. If you are driving here are step by step directions:
Take I-70 EAST
Take EXIT 176
At the next traffic circle, take the 1st right onto SOUTH FRONTAGE ROAD WEST towards Lionshead.
Take a left on WEST LIONSHEAD CIRCLE from the Frontage Road. (It is immediately following the Pedestrian Bridge)
Follow the road as it curves to the left, and the Antlers is at the bottom of the hill.
Other Modes of Transportation from Denver to Vail
Once you arrive in Vail Village, there’s very little need for a car. Parking is limited, and can be expensive. Although the Antlers does provide one complimentary parking space per condo in our garage for guests who book directly with the hotel.
Here are other ways to get to Vail that can be more convenient for visitors to Vail.
Denver to Vail Shuttle
There are convenient shuttle services that take guests from the Denver Airport directly to the Antlers at Vail. These include Epic Mountain Express and Peak 1 Express. Especially in the winter, guests are probably better off enjoying the mountain views from a shuttle on I-70 rather than tackling the (possibly snowy) drive themselves.
Bus from Denver Airport to Vail
There is also now a bus service from Denver Union Station to Vail called the Bustang. And, there’s a train from Denver Airport to Union Station. Though most visitors to Vail would likely prefer the luxury of one one the shuttle services above.
Do you need a car in Vail?
As we mentioned above, there’s not much need for a car once you arrive to Vail. It is a charming cobblestone walking village with heated sidewalks and a modern free bus system. The only thing you really might want to access out of the village is a larger grocery store. Antlers does have a seasonal shuttle to take guests to and from the grocery stort.