All rooms at the hotel have air-conditioning, tea/coffee making facilities, hair dryer, bathrobes and slippers, bathroom amenities, personal safe, flat-screen television, DVD\CD player, telephone, wi-fi internet access and a twice daily maid service.
- Rooms: 97
- Room View: Mountain, garden or village views
- Facilities: 575ft² with one king-size or two double beds.
- Rooms: 24
- Room View: Village or mountain views
- Facilities: Ranging from 842ft² to 2,727ft², each with king-size beds.
Private Residences :+
- Rooms: 16
- Room View: Garden, mountain or village views
- Facilities: Two-bedroom residences are between 1,842ft² to 2,069ft² and each has two king-size beds
Three-bedroom residences are between 2,667ft² to 3,010ft² and each has either two king-size beds and two doubles, or two king-size beds and one double bed, or three king-size beds.
Two four-bedroom residences are between 3,505ft² to 3,564ft² with three king-size beds and two double beds.
Health & Fitness
The Alpine Spa at Four Seasons Vail offers an organic-focused menu of treatments to counteract the effects of the high-altitude. Within the spa there are thirteen treatment rooms, two having a whirlpool and cosy fireplace – perfect for couples. There’s also a sauna, steam rooms and additional whirlpools. Definitely try the unique cranial massage and foot therapy which includes a foot-wrap in warm towels infused with pine and juniper oils and an intense head massage - a particularly good treatment if you suffer from high blood pressure or have difficulty with high-altitude locations. In-room spa services can also be requested daily.
A valley once hunted by Ute Indians and pioneer hunters, Vail is now the largest ski resort in the USA. Vail is also the world’s most groomed ski region with four daily-groomed terrain parks in its eleven-kilometre vicinity. Skiers have access to seven back bowls and snow boarders have the Golden Peak Terrain Park, amongst others. Here you’ll find a gigantic 130 metre-long Superpipe with five-metre walls. In addition, Vail plays host to over one-hundred dining venues, you can even enjoy dinner whilst sitting on a sleigh if you wish, and with an average of 300 days of annual sunshine you’ll have plenty of opportunity to enjoy mid-ski lunches and hot mugs of cocoa outdoors.