The artwork is based on travel and adventure, but the real treasure will be your vacation stay.
The ski slopes are only steps away as are the local shops and all amenities. Aspen is a quick 15 minutes by car, and the free shuttle system and bus stops are all close to the condo.
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|Nov 19 2012||Apr 30 2014||$500||$500||$3,150||-||-|
|Check In: 3 p.m. Check Out: 11 a.m.|
|Lodging tax: 10%|
|Payment Options: Personal Check, PayPal|
Atlanta, Georgia by way of Los Angeles.
January 23, 2010
Unexpected family members joined us last minute, and we were all impressed. We've stayed at Vail, Park City, and now Snowmass Village. We had a 1 BR + Loft for eight nights the second week of January. It was comfortable for 4 + 2, so 6 of us total. First impressions are always important, and here's mine. We called after we arrived at Aspen airport and The Timberline sent a bellman to pick us up. They were trained very well and sorted our luggage problems and carried it all up the three flight of stairs. When we walked in at first sight it felt a little too small for 6 people. After our cousins left, it was perfect for 4 grown adults. Fully stocked kitchen was nice, large island dining table for family meals was great, and my parents liked the larger main bedroom. It was a ski down to the lift, and all we had to do was ride the Express Lift back up and ski down a Green Trail to get back home. The property is above the majority of the other condos and the town's shuttle handled anything the bellman couldn't handle. The service at the front desk makes up for anything that could have been a bad experience. Peter the captain bellman and his crew Davis, Olivia, and the others left us feeling like the most important people at The Timberline. We usually don't go to the same place the next year, but as we were boarding our plane back to Atlanta. I overheard my parents very delighted with thier stay in Snowmass Village. Peace. Mister Han.