Covid19  changes  and updates at Vail International.

Vail International - front of building

We know that you don't book a trip to the mountains expecting to cancel. However, there are a lot of uncertainties with travel with Covid19.  Vail International has relaxed our policies so that you can cancel your booking up until 14 days prior to arrival with no penalty. We don't want to add more stress to your life.

Vail International offers free parking for one vehicle per reservation. When you bring your car, you can park it close and for free.


Eagle County went into an amended Phase 2 reopening of the Covid19 Transition Trail Map on June 22nd.  This allows for an unlimited number of non resident visitors in short term lodging as well as for restaurants to be open with indoor seating, as long as social distancing is maintained. Face coverings are strongly recommended by the Eagle County Commissioners , but are required in certain situations. Click here for Eagle County's current policies on face coverings. 


Our outdoor pool opened on May 29th. The hot tub and steam rooms will be closed per Covid19 rules to maintain social distancing until the rules change from Eagle County.  

We will be updating our policies as the situation with Covid19 evolves, trying to make improvements to that everyone feels safe while staying at Vail International.

Disinfecting wipes at Vail International

At the property, we are doing the following;


In the units:

  All units are professionally cleaned and disinfected prior to each arrival.
  Soap is provided at each sink.
  Disinfecting wipes are provided in each unit.
Common areas
  Lobby, elevator call buttons and control panels, workout room and all other high contact surfaces are disinfected regulary.


Social distancing at check in

  We try and have all payments processed prior to arrival so that guests will receive a check in packet with the keys to their unit which minizes the time spent at the front desk.




Daily housekeeping service is on request to take out the trash and change the towels.  If you would prefer to not have the housekeepers come into your unit during your stay, you will have the option to swap out the towels in your unit with fresh ones that will be left at your door and to take out your own trash to the receptacle on each floor.


This information comes from Eagle County's Public Health Order, Phase 3,  updated 6/22/20.


For Short Term Lodging the following provisions apply:

1. Short Term lodging is not limited to 50 persons, and may fully open, as long as all other applicable provisions of this order are met.
2. Short Term Lodging operators must inform guests about the restrictions in this Order, including by:
   i. Providing all guests with information about the Five Commitments of Containment.
  ii. Explaining the Special Provisions for Visitors in Section IV(D), above.


5 Commitments of Containment:
1. I will maintain 6 feet of social distance.
   2. I will wash my hands often.
   3. I will cover my face in public.
   4. I will stay home when I am sick.
   5. I will get tested immediately if I have symptoms.


Per the Eagle County Commissioners as of 7-2-20

*More than a moment: The spread of COVID-19 is most likely to occur when in close contact with an infected person for periods of time approaching 15 minutes or longer, not from momentary circumstances such as walking past others.

* Mask up in public: When entering any place of business or public indoor environment (e.g. retail or grocery store, post office, library, government buildings, theater, etc.).


* Mask up outdoors - requires all individuals to wear face coverings in public outdoor spaces when less than 6 feet of physical distance from non-household members is expected to continue for 15 minutes or longer.

* Distance is better than masks: Masks are not required when walking in your neighborhood, or on trails, when you can adequately maintain 6 feet of distance from non-household members.

*Mask up for others: For those who are not afraid of COVID-19 or don’t want to wear a mask, remember the mask protects others, not yourself.