About Us

Situated in the heart of North America’s best skiing area, The Landmark is an all-season resort destination in Vail, Colorado. The Vail properties feature a collection of distinct, residential-style vacation rentals in the heart of Lionshead Village.

With one- to four-bedroom vacation rentals ranging from economy to platinum located throughout the village, The Landmark is the perfect lodging choice for ski vacations, groups, family reunions, weddings, executive retreats and small group meetings.

History of Vail

Vail was originally discovered by the Army's Tenth Mountain Division using the area for backcountry survival training. One of these members, Pete Seibert, along with a few others returned to Vail after the war and drew up plans to build a ski resort. By 1966, the Town of Vail was incorporated. Vail had the first gondola in the U.S, along with two double chairlifts which allowed for skiing 6 square miles of terrain.

By the 1970s Vail had earned the reputation of one of Colorado's best ski resorts. Gerald and Betty Ford owned a house in Vail and after Ford was elected President, Vail became recognized world wide as a ski resort. In the 1980s Vail evolved into a year-round resort. Golf courses were built and mountain biking trails were added, gondolas began to transport guests wanting to sightsee.

In the 1990s as part of a partnership between Vail Resorts, the Town of Vail, and the U.S. Forest Service, Blue Sky Basin was opened on Vail Mountain - adding 645 of skiable terrain. Now Vail has two gondolas, one in each village and 31 chair lifts.

Our Partnerships

At the Landmark, we take pride in not just being a resort but a cherished member of the Vail community. Through our robust partnerships with local organizations such as the Vail Valley Foundation, Vail Valley partnership, and our volunteer efforts with the Community Market, and Habitat. These collaborations extend beyond providing exceptional accommodations; they embody our commitment to fostering community growth and celebrating the small town of Vail.