Driving Directions From Denver
Coming from the east, Vail is generally accessed via Interstate 70 west to exit 176. Go under the highway and at the traffic circle, go east on the South Frontage Road. Just past the Vail Parking Structure, take a right at the stop sign on Vail Valley Drive. Follow Vail Valley Drive to Hanson Ranch Road (the third right). The Tivoli Lodge is located on the corner of Hanson Ranch Road and Vail Valley Drive at 386 Hanson Ranch Road in Vail.
Driving Directions From Eagle
Traveling eastbound take Interstate 70 to exit 176. At the traffic circle, go east on the South Frontage Road. Just past the Vail Parking Structure, take a right at the stop sign on Vail Valley Drive. Follow Vail Valley Drive to Hanson Ranch Road (the third right). The Tivoli Lodge is located on the corner of Hanson Ranch Road and Vail Valley Drive at 386 Hanson Ranch Road in Vail.
Shuttle & Private Car Service
The route to our destination requires driving over several passes, mountain road conditions, and beautiful scenery and if you prefer to not drive yourself you can reserve a shared shuttle or private car service. Our front desk team can assist with recommendations to find the perfect transportation needs for your trip.
Rental Car Recommendations
Rental cars are available from both Eagle County Regional Airport and Denver International Airport. During winter months, vehicles can come equipped with snow tires and roof rack carriers can be requested.
Flying into Vail/Eagle
If you are flying into Eagle County Regional Airport you can enjoy every moment in the mountains with nonstop and direct flights from many major cities including Denver, Dallas/Fort Worth, Atlanta, Phoenix, Los Angeles, Chicago, New York, Miami, and many more. You may get to Vail from the Eagle Airport by taking a private car service, shared shuttle, taxi service, or rental car.
Flying into Denver
It will take about 2-hours to drive from the Denver International Airport to Vail. A route that covers 120 miles, passing through the suburbs of Denver, the foothills of the Colorado Rockies, Summit County, and Vail Pass before arriving at Vail. Transportation options include private car service, shared shuttle, or rental car. The drive is nothing but spectacular.
The Tivoli Lodge offers onsite valet parking to hotel guests only for a fee based on the season you are staying with us. There are two public parking structures in Vail, parking fees depend on the season. Large or oversized vehicles have designated parking in West Vail along the Frontage Road.
Free Bus Shuttle
The Town of Vail Transit Department provides free year-round bus service throughout Vail Valley, making travel within the town of Vail including East Vail, Vail Village, West Vail, and Lionshead, it is so easy a car rental is not even necessary. The bus shuttle runs dailys on all routes every 20-60 minutes depending on the season. You can bring your skis and snowboards in the winter and most bus shuttles are equipped with bike carriers in the summer.