Four Seasons Vail, Vail

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Location - where is Four Seasons Vail

• by the heart of Vail Village • a 5-10 min walk to the ski lifts but ski concierge is at the base of the Vista Bahn so you don’t have to carry your skis • 10-15 mins walk to Lionshead Village

Overview - hotel description - Four Seasons Vail description

The Four Seasons now sets the standard within Vail, this ultra-luxury property sits right by the heart of Vail Village and has its own ski concierge at the base of the Vista Bahn lift - so you don’t have to carry your skis. As is the norm with Four Seasons the rooms are huge, each having a fireplace and phenomenal bathroom. If you choose to take a day off skiing then you don’t need to leave the hotel, the spa is as good as (if not better than) any we’ve seen in the USA, Flame restaurant will serve up excellent cuisine and the Fireside Lounge offers a casual setting for snacks and après ski. Very possibly the best luxury ski hotel in Colorado.

Facilities - Four Seasons Vail features

• ski concierge at the Vista Bahn lift • outdoor heated pool and hot tubs • spa offer a range of massages and treatments (extra charge) with men’s and women’s whirlpool, steam room and sauna • Salon with hair and nail services • fitness centre • Flame restaurant serving buffet breakfasts and fine dining evening meals • Fireside Lounge bar which serves apres ski snacks and sushi • Pool bar • room service • business centre • WiFi • lift • 121 rooms

Room Types - bathrooms beds & sleeping

are huge each gas fireplace, sitting area, balcony, flat-screen TV with DVD player and in-room movies, w-fi access, hairdryer, in-room safe, iron/board, tea/coffee making facilities, robes & slippers, mini-bar and with bathroom with soaker bathtub, separate walk in shower, double vanity and WC
Village view room – sleeps 2: With one king-sized bed and views of Vail Village
Mountain view room – sleeps 2: With one king-sized bed and views of Vail Mountain

Meals - food and drink in Four Seasons Vail

• optional breakfast offered in Flame restaurant

We update Four Seasons Vail's details often, but facilities do change. e.g. some extras listed by the supplier as "free" or included might only be for the first time you use them, or for one time per party, then charged for further use. If any specific feature is essential to your holiday, make sure you ask us to confirm the details of it before you book your holiday.

Resort - about Vail - about holidays in Vail - about ski holidays in Vail - about ski holidays in Vail United States

World class resort 2nd largest ski area in the US Diverse non-skiing options

You’ll be hard pushed to find someone who hasn’t heard of Vail. Rivalling Aspen as the resort of choice for the uber rich and super famous, it’s the 2nd largest ski area in the USA, has a vibrant cosmopolitan town and offers an outstanding visitor experience - one of the best in the world.

Beginner Intermediate Advanced Snowboard

Great for Late season Groups Foodies

Vail webcam

Snow Report: Top 74cm, Bottom 74cm

Snow Forecast: 3cm expected this week

Snow History: December average depth 59.17cm

Vail trail map

Approx. airport transfer times depend on conditions:

Eagle County Airport36 miles, 45 mins
Denver International Airport120 km, 2 hours
Region:US, Rocky Mountains
First opened:1962

Vail lift pass price last reported as $432 (adult 7 day) Can ski Vail plus 9 other resorts, including Breck, Keystone & Beaver Creek. Ask for a quote when booking Four Seasons Vail.
Night skiing: No
Vail has N/S/E facing slopes.
Usually open for skiing November – April.

Town altitude: 2,476m
Top of slopes: 3,527m
Bottom of piste: 2,476m
Vertical drop: 1,052m
Total length of trails:5269 acres, 193 runs
Longest piste:Riva Ridge, 6.4km
Once you visit Vail, it’s very easy to see why this one of the most famous ski resorts in the world. It may not have the rich, mining history of other resorts in Colorado like Breck and Aspen, but still manages to wow guests who stay and is quickly catching up with Aspen as the choice ski destination of the rich and famous. Named after Charlie Vail who built the highway through the valley, it features three village centres at the base of the mountain. The first and main base is Vail village. This pedestriani...
There’s almost too much to say in relation to skiing and boarding here. As the second biggest ski area in the USA, at 5,289 acres, there’s terrain to cater for literally every skill level, and lots of it. Three areas connected by lifts make up this massive expanse – the Frontside, Back Bowls and Blue Sky Basin. With 31 lifts uploading 59,000 people an hour, you should experience quick access with few lift queues outside of peak times. For beginners, the ski school is world class - priding themselves on not ...
Après can be one of the most important factors when deciding on a ski resort – Vail has a variety of options to keep you partying for the whole holiday. If it’s great weather, check out Garfinkel’s for a vast patio on which you can soak in the rays, along with their extensive drinks menu. Los Amigos also plays host to great views, and has in the past had some great happy hour deals to keep patrons returning for more. If you’re over in Lionshead, the well-established Bart and Yeti’s is perfectly situated fo...

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