COVID-19 Lodging Safety Information Update
Dear Valued Guest,
Prior to your arrival at any of our six rocky mountain resort locations, please become familiar with the specific impacts due to Covid-19. We appreciate your assistance in following the guidelines below to keep you and the people around you safe:
SUMMIT & EAGLE COUNTY (BEAVER CREEK, BRECKENRIDGE, KEYSTONE & VAIL):
- Mountain Access: These locations will not have a mountain reservation system this season and will load lifts and gondolas at normal capacity, optimizing guest movement around its resorts.
- Face Coverings: Face coverings will be not be required in indoor settings, including in restaurants, lodging properties, restrooms, retail and rental locations, and on buses. Face coverings will not be required outdoors, in lift lines, or on chairlifts or gondolas, unless required by local public health.
- Dining – Reservations: Like last season, guests will be required to book a reservation to eat at many on-mountain restaurants. However, based on current regulations, the company is expecting significantly more seating and dining capacity than last season, and intends to open reservations one day prior, versus the day-of last season.
- Dining – Vaccinations: Guests will be required to show proof of COVID-19 vaccinations to dine at indoor, on-mountain quick-service (cafeteria-style) restaurants. Proof of vaccination will be required for guests ages 12 and over at those locations. This requirement includes those guests 12 and over in ski and ride school programs that include lunch. More details on the verification process will be released ahead of the season on resort websites. Consistent with many other large-scale indoor activities and venues, Vail Resorts believes the vaccine requirement is important for the protection of its guests and employees, given the number of people using these facilities and the fact that guests will not be wearing face coverings while eating and drinking. This is currently the only part of the resort experience that will require proof of vaccination, unless required by local public health.
PITKIN COUNTY (ASPEN/SNOWMASS):
Your upcoming stay is greatly anticipated. From the moment you and your family arrive, we want to try to help you feel — and stay — healthy. So you can focus on what matters most: time together.
In preparation for your vacation, please check current resort status, as this destination may have governmental mandates, such as quarantine requirements. Face coverings are not required. To learn more, please see destination-specific information and reference our Face Covering Requirement information on the Resort Hub. Additionally, amenities and services may be closed or limited during your stay.
With Your Health and Safety in Mind
Throughout your vacation spaces, you’ll experience next-level cleaning and safety standards.
• Hospital-grade disinfectants
• Hand sanitizing stations
• Social distancing guidelines
All aircraft passengers arriving to the United States from a foreign country must provide a negative COVID-19 test result (taken within the required time frame) or certain documentation of having recovered from COVID-19 to their airline before boarding. Please visit the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention website or contact your airline for the specifics of the requirements and additional information. Note: Travel between the continental United States and U.S. territories such as Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands does not require testing per the current CDC order.
Please contact our corporate office with any additional questions. We can be reached at (303) 420-9963 7-days per week from 8:00am - 6:00pm mst.