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Schedule Your Family Holiday Vacation With Four Seasons Resort and Residences Vail

Four Seasons Resort Vail

Just a 30 minute drive from Eagle-Vail Airport and a little over a two hour drive from Denver International Airport, Four Seasons Resort and Residences Vail offers 121 suites and guestrooms, a full-service spa, ski concierge, heated pool, restaurant and bar. Spacious and warmly appointed rooms have a garden, mountain or village view, large closets for winter gear, and fireplaces. Some rooms come with a fully-furnished balcony or terrace to take in the alpine scenery.  Guest rooms mirror the mountain landscape with hickory wood floors, headboards and trim, limestone bathrooms and stone accents.

Four Seasons Resort Vail

Nestled in the Colorado Rockies, Four Seasons Resort Vail is perfectly situated between Lionshead and Vail Village and is conveniently located within walking distance to a variety of shops and restaurants. For those seeking the ultimate, luxury winter experience, few Five Star resorts in Vail can compare to Four Seasons Resort Vail in terms of exclusivity, service, on-site dining, spa services, and accommodations. A stone’s throw from Gondola One, the resort’s Ski Concierge makes hitting the slopes so simple, offering top-notch mountain gear, private or group lessons, and trail advice. Your pre-selected rentals will be waiting for you in your personal locker but if you choose to purchase new clothing and equipment, Gorsuch is located in the three-story Ski Concierge building.

Four Seasons Resort Vail

Fuel up for your mountain adventure with complimentary, fresh-baked muffins and coffee, tea, or hot chocolate provided by the Ski Concierge or grab a heartier breakfast from Flame restaurant’s breakfast buffet that operates every day from 7 AM to 11 AM. A la Carte items are available as well such as Steel Cut Oatmeal, an Egg White Frittata or an Açai Bowl. Thursday, Friday and Saturday, Flame operates as a modern mountain steakhouse, offering dry-aged Rosen Farm Lamb Chops, a 14-ounce Bone-In-Bison Ribeye, 8-ounce Filet Mignon, Faroe Island Salmon, and spicy Guajillo Pepper Jelly Glazed Pork Belly.

Four Seasons Resort Vail

Regardless if you spend the day shopping, ice-skating, dog sledding, snowmobiling, skiing, snowboarding or snowshoeing, you’ll want to make an appointment at The Spa at Four Seasons. Sip a glass of chilled champagne in the tranquil lounge before or after your treatment while taking in the beauty of your alpine surroundings.  Tired and dehydrated skin will benefit from an Intraceuticals Facial that promotes healthy cellular turnover by increasing oxygen flow. Aimed toward male clientele, The Spa has teamed up with Crazy Mountain Brewery to offer an Amber Ale Foot Soak and a Brew and Renew Massage inspired by a traditional hot stone massage that incorporates heated cans of Crazy Mountain Brew and massage followed by an ice cold beer.

Four Seasons Resort Vail

Speaking of beer, what is a ski vacation without proper apes-ski action? For locals and guests of the Four Season Vail alike, it doesn’t get any more happening than The Remedy Bar, Four Season’s inviting and alpine-chic watering-hole. Complete with a large patio, outdoor firepits, a modern fireplace, a 165-inch tv and ample seating, The Remedy Bar is the perfect spot to meet up with friends and family after a day on the slopes. Essential treats are the iconic The Remedy Old Fashioned, the Signature “Grilled Cheese” of fois gras butter, taleggio, warm honey and herbs de Provence, The Remedy Burger with black garlic aioli, crispy Raclette, bourbon bacon and onion jam and the award-winning World Famous Remedy Haute Chocolate for those wanting to steer clear of alcohol.

Four Seasons Resort Vail

With the winter holiday season quickly approaching, now is the time to plan your alpine resort getaway. Vail Mountain’s opening day is November 15 and Four Seasons Resort and Residences Vail is offering the 4th night free from now until December 18, 2019.

Carin von Berg

Carin von Berg lives in Los Angeles and writes about food and wine, luxury travel, beauty, fashion and luxury products. She is the editor-in-chief of Luxlife Magazine and the author of the novel Gucci Girl. In her spare time, she works as a lifestyle model when she isn't traveling to some exotic, luxury destination or dining in the latest hot-spot. ...(Read More)

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