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Insider Tips for Using a Vail Concierge Service

From activity bookings and itineraries to grocery shopping, personal chefs and babysitting, concierges employed by Vail vacation-rental companies and hotels are there to pamper and plan. They’ll not only bring your vacation dreams to life; these pros will secure your gear and have it delivered to you — everything from skis and snowboards to baby cribs.

Here are some vacation-planning highlights:

Vail Vacation Rentals With Concierge Services

While most Vail vacation-rental companies offer traditional concierge services like grocery delivery, ski and snowboard rentals, child-care coordination and airport transportation, here are a few standouts that go above and beyond to provide visitors with planning services.

Triumph Mountain Properties offers curated packages for travel groups of all sizes and budgets. Their expert trip coordinators can set your group up with an in-house chef and private car services as well as in-room massages and seasonal decor (yes, even Christmas trees!).

Most recognized for their first-class grocery delivery, which includes gourmet-prepared and kosher meals, Vail Valley Getaway has partnered with Blue Star Jets to provide private chartered jets for visitors. Through this luxury program, you can arrange a flight from Vail to any destination in the world.

Seeking some post-ski rest and relaxation? Vail Spa Condominiums has its own spa concierge that will coordinate an in-room massage. They’ve also partnered with Trip Hero, a luggage-delivery service that will pick up and deliver your bags, ski and snowboard gear directly to your room, allowing you to move luggage-free on your travel day. You can even ask their planners for help to include procuring concert tickets.

A woman is receiving a spa treatment. She is laying on her stomach and has gel stones on her back.

Looking for more Vail vacation rentals with planning services?

Try these spots:

Exclusive Vail Rentals
The Lion
Solaris Residences
Vail Village Rentals

Hotels in Vail with Concierge Services

Many Vail hotels provide concierge services, too, for things like transportation, dinner reservations, concert and event tickets, and ski and snowboard rentals.

Some hotels, like the Four Seasons Resort and Residences Vail and Sonnenalp Hotel, provide ski- and snowboard-focused concierge services handling everything from pre-selecting your gear to tuning, repairing and waxing your rentals. At The Wren, their team can arrange for private ski and snowboard instruction along with reservations for other things to do in Vail, like snowmobiling, snowshoeing and horseback riding. See this list of ski-in, ski-out Vail hotels and those nearby with ski valet.

A woman wearing a white ski coat hands her skis to ski valet after a day of skiing at Vail Mountain.

Want to see more Vail hotels with concierge services?

Check out these accommodations:

The Arrabelle at Vail Square
Grand Hyatt Vail
Lodge at Lionshead

Vail Concierge Services

If your hotel or vacation rental property does not offer concierge services — fear not! You can use one of these local planning specialists that’ll happily accommodate your group.

Mountain Resort Concierge will make your vacation stress-free with their robust list of services, which includes everything from grocery (and alcohol!) delivery, airport and mountain transportation, ski and snowboard rentals, babysitting services, dinner reservations, spa treatments and personal chefs. Don’t want to leave your fitness routine at home? Ask to be set up with your own personal trainer. Looking for off-the-mountain adventures? They can coordinate a guided backcountry tour for your group. And, if you’re traveling with kids that are too young to hit the slopes, Mountain Resort Concierge can hook you up with a seasonal day camp.

The team at Vail Valley Lifestyle boasts a wide array of luxury concierge services — from recommending and booking lodging based on the needs or wants of your group to transportation, gear rentals, dining reservations, customized itineraries and more. You’ll also find that they have a host of season-specific services, like securing guided fly-fishing and mountain-biking lessons in the summer to snowmobile tours in the winter.

A multi-generational family dines outside in fall. There are food and drinks on the table.

Three Tips for Using a Vail Concierge

1. Plan in Advance: Get started planning your vacation as early as possible, even if you’re using a concierge service, as activities and restaurants can book up, especially during busier times of year. Before your arrival date, confirm your plans with the concierge to ensure everything is to your liking.
2. Be Thorough: Let your concierge know about any important details, like food allergies, likes and dislikes, different levels of mobility in a group, etc. Even if your concierge ultimately can’t deliver on all your requests, providing them with a vacation wish list gives them a solid jumping-off point for planning. And remember, it never hurts to ask!
3. Don’t Forget to Tip: Show appreciation to your concierge for a job well done with a thank-you tip before you go.

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