Let’s take a break from all of the warm, tropical destinations and cool off at the Four Seasons Resort Vail, the perfect 5-star ski resort in the Colorado Rockies. Clients used to the fabulous Four Seasons level of service will not be disappointed with this one, which comes complete with, not only a Resort Concierge, but also a Ski Concierge to handle equipment, coordinate ski lessons, and even warm your boots. Talk about service.
The 121-room property includes 24 suites and every accommodation is over the top. Most even feature mountain and pool views, furnished balconies, gas-burning stone fireplaces, and bathrooms with free-standing oval tubs.
The property is steps away to Vail Village, where guests will find plenty of shops and restaurants, and it features a year-round pool with two whirlpools. Speaking of year-round: the property is perfect at any time. Winter-weather lovers can enjoy all their favorite cold-weather activities, like alpine and Nordic skiing, snowboarding, dog sledding, snowmobiling, sleigh rides, snow-shoeing, and even ice climbing. Or, come during the summer to experience mountain biking, fly fishing, rock climbing, hiking, golf, white-water rafting, and hot air ballooning.
So, when is the best time to visit the Four Seasons Vail? That’s an easy one: it’s not a question of summer versus winter, it’s a question of a once-in-a-lifetime celebration. This December marks Vail Mountain’s 50th Anniversary, so the Four Seasons is rolling out the “gold carpet” by unveiling Veil’s new state-of-the-art gondola. The new gondola will feature heated skis, offers Wifi, can carry 10 guests, and will reach speeds of 1,200 feet per minute, making it the fastest of its kind in the world.
To celebrate this occasion, the Four Seasons is offering two great packages for travel between Nov. 16, 2012 to April 8, 2013. The first package, “1962” includes a 50 minute massage at the award-winning spa, a $50 USD credit daily at Flame Restaurant or Fireside Lounge, two 1960s classic cocktails at Fireside Lounge, and an Executive Suite for $1962 per night (minimum 3 night stay). The second package, the “Golden Ticket,” is a peak-season offer with the $50 credit at Flame Restaurant or Fireside Lounge and two 1960s classic cocktails (min. 3 night stay).
If neither of the packages are quite what you’re looking for, or if you’re interested in traveling at a different time of year, don’t forget that we get special amenities at the Four Seasons Vail, like an upgrade if available, daily breakfast, and a $100 spa credit per room!