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The Sebastian - Vail
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Why Stay At The Sebastian - Vail
Just steps from Colorado's 11,570-foot Vail Mountain, the stylish 100-room Sebastian hotel is a convenient hub for outdoor pursuits, from skiing to hitting the green.
The new Sebastian hotel encompasses 100 rooms, seven suites, and, should you prefer more permanent lodgings, a 36-unit private residence club. Not unexpectedly, interiors are decked out with exposed wood beams, natural-stone countertops and flooring, gas fireplaces, and the now de rigueur iPod and iPad docking stations. But the Sebastian hotel's trump card is its proximity to the slopes. After powering through the powder, guests can retreat to the property to sip smoky scotch at Frost bar; snack on gourmet cheeses and breads from the Market deli; or dine on seasonally influenced, farm-to-table food at Block 16. In addition, the concierge service and staff (including an on-the-mountain valet) can't be beat.
A stay at The Sebastian gets you 20 percent off gear from Black Tie Ski Rentals, which will deliver snowboards and skis directly to the hotel.
Take advantage of the Sebastian hotel's slopeside Base Camp, an on-mountain tent staffed by adventure valets who will warm your boots, store your skis, and massage tired feet at the on-site pop-up spa. Services are available exclusively to hotel guests.
Arrive at Eagle County Regional Airport (EGE), which is approximately 35 miles (40-60 minutes) from the hotel. You may also elect to arrive at Denver International Airport (DEN), which is approximately 120 miles (2.5 hours) from the resort.16 Vail Road, Vail, Colorado, United States
Hotel FeaturesBack to Top Property Amenities
- Ski Concierge
- Outdoor Heated Pool
- Outdoor Whirlpools
- Spa on Property
- Housekeeping Service
- Laundry Service
- Flat-Panel TVs
- DVD Players
- iPod Docks
- Luxury Linens
- Bathrobes + Slippers
- Wireless Internet
- Mini Refrigerators
- Coffee Makers
- In-Room Safes
- Hair Dryers
- Air Conditioning
- Poolside Dining
- Private Dining
- Room Service
- 2-person occupancy
- All hotel taxes
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Why We Love Vail
With more than 5,000 skiable acres, 200 trails, seven bowls, and nearly 350 inches of annual snow, Vail—the nation's largest ski resort—is a perfect pilgrimage for skiers and snowboarders.
Vail Mountain Resort. 1-800-475-4543
Full-day lessons from $135.
Where to Shop: In addition to having top skiing, Vail has more than a hundred shops in the walkable main village. Stop into Kemo Sabe for custom Stetsons and shoes in ultra-soft leather.
230 Bridge St., Vail
Boots from $350.
Where to Eat: Restaurant Kelly Liken, by the Colorado prodigy chef, is known for seasonal dishes, from elk carpaccio in winter to summertime's seared Gulf Coast shrimp with corn grits.
Suite 100, 12 Vail Rd.
Dinner for two $150.
Where to Drink: The ultra-modern Bōl, unexpectedly set in a bowling alley, is where revelers come for live DJ sets, fusion fare, and inventive cocktails. Try the Palisade Smash (mint, Western Slope peaches, and aged bourbon).
141 E Meadow Dr., Vail.
Drinks for two $24.
Why Go Now
April 3-6, 2013
23rd Annual Taste of Vail Festival
Sample a taste of the world-class Vail lifestyle.
July 28 - August 10, 2013
Vail International Dance Festival
A star-studded opening night celebration featuring a variety of festival performers kicks of the 25th year of this festival.
Vail Soul Music Festival
Celebrates the heart of Soul Music with top musicians, empowerment events and cultural activities.
September - October, 2013
Vail Restaurant Month
Tastings, readings, art gallery receptions and a myriad more one-of-a-kind activities happening this fall in one of the world's most beloved mountain destination.
Various restaurants and venues around town.