Set on the site of Vail Village’s very first hotel, at the gateway to some of North America’s top-rated skiing, The Sebastian Vail and its hotel-meets-private-residence hybrid represent alpine luxury at its apex.
Begin in one of the property’s Three Bedroom Suites ($3,450 a night), where 1,850 feet of custom-furnished appointments open to expansive slope-facing balconies.
After you’ve spent an afternoon shredding Vail Mountain’s epic Back Bowls, The Sebastian also offers welcome respite from the mountainside, at Bloom Spa.
Developed in collaboration with San Francisco’s acclaimed Francis & Alexander, Bloom’s six core treatment types—Thrive, Nourish, Flourish, Luxuriate, Glow, and Refresh—are sure to revive aching muscles for another day on the slopes.
Amid the tranquil, chalet-dotted town’s many gastronomic spoils the one-two punch of The Sebastian Vail’s Frost Bar and Leonora Restaurant is unrivaled.
Warm your bones with one of Frost’s signature cocktails (drinkable anywhere on the property) just like local Olympic ski legends have done before you.
Afterward take a seat around Leonora’s 1,000 bottle wine-silo, where Executive Chef Sergio Howland pairs Mexican-influenced tapas with locally inspired entrées like the Lava Lake Lamb, a dish that provides a perfect end to any day, on or off the slopes.