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11-06-2008, 08:17 PM #1
Vail area Condo for rent?
I'm heading to the Vail\Breck\Keystone area Jan 14th - 18th. Anyone have a condo they want to rent or recommendations? I usually use Ski Vacations in Colorado ~ Vacation Rentals from Wildernest Lodging which I will probably end up using again. Just wanted to see if anyone has something available. Thanks!-Patrick
11-06-2008, 08:18 PM #2
I have a place in Winter Park if you are willing to change locations. 4 bed 4 Bath. Let me know so I can figure out if its still available for rent.It is vital that we work to a few golden rules. Always work in a small team. Keep a very low profile. Only deal with people who come recommended. And it's like selling anything else: washing machines, hand made shoes, blowjobs. As long as you don't take the piss people will always come back for more. And that is not to say we don't have that special kind of magic that makes two kilos into three. But never be too greedy.
11-06-2008, 08:37 PM #3
I could indeed change the location if the price is right. PM me.-Patrick
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11-14-2008, 10:22 AM #4
have you tried simba run? we've been staying there for like 4 years now, right across highway from lionshead with duplexes and shuttle service01 Mustang SVT Cobra
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12-20-2008, 09:06 PM #5
Call Keystone reservations and ask for something in River Run Village. Often, the Timbers or Lone Eagle condo's will be available as a no charge upgrade, you just have to ask when booking if they have anything over there. If they haven't sold something at $3000+/night, they'll sometimes offer it alot less to keep the room occupied and keep the owners happy with using their listing service (most are privately owned but represented by the resort).
Used to stay in the top center suite each year and with my old connections, would get the 3 BR for under $1000/night. By far, the highest end ski property on mountain I've seen (used to work for Vail and had access to all their inventory). To get anything nicer, you need to go out to a private single residence off the mountain.-Mille162
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