Winter at The Sebastian - Vail
Vail, United States of America
At a Glance
Stylish 4* luxury boutique hotel, with contemporary artwork throughout
Great location in the heart of Vail Village
The suites are great for families
Well appointed spa, mountain view pool and terrace and hot tubs
Exclusive private ski in/ski out valet service
Keep your eyes peeled for all sorts of abstract art around the hotel – including the alien-like statue out by the pool!Helen McKenzie
Leonora offers an incredible selection of wine from the enormous wine rack in the center of the restaurant!Helen McKenzie
The ski concierge at this hotel means you don’t have to touch your skis all week, apart from putting them on of course!Charlotte Smith
Make sure you pencil in an Apres ski at the Frost Bar this is certainly the place to be seen in Vail.Kate Newman
The amount of Breakfast choices at the Leonora will leave you satisfied each morning.Kate Newman
Meet our specialists
Call us on 858 523 9000 to start planning your vacation to The Sebastian
With its superb central village location, close to the restaurants, shops and galleries, The Sebastian is the perfect base for skiing the vast terrain of Vail - one of North America's premier resorts. A popular place to stay, its exclusive guest list has even included the First Family. Stylishly decorated with a contemporary twist to the traditional style, The Sebastian is just a few minutes from the slopes of Vail Mountain.
With lots of contemporary abstract art and statues around the hotel, The Sebastian is stylish and vibrant with a warm welcoming feel. The heart of The Sebastian is The Library, filled with books, games and art - it's a fun place to indulge in a bit of wine tasting or have a light snack.
Rooms and suites are classic modern in style, with Residential Suites all having a gourmet kitchen, dining area and sitting room where a chef is available on request. Both the Executive Suites and the Residential Suites are perfect for families and larger groups of friends. All the Luxury Plaza Hotel rooms and Executive Suites are comfortably decorated and spacious.
There’s a choice of dining venues – Leonora offers an inviting dining experience of tapas, crudo and Alpine bistro fare, all carefully paired with wines from around the world. Frost is a locals' favorite and is a fun place for lunch, après ski, dinner or a late night cocktail. If you've had an exhausting day on the slopes, and staying in appeals, there are good in-room dining options and a limited room service menu available 24 hours a day.
For après ski relaxation, head to Bloom Spa for a re-energising massage or facial, or make for the chaises longues on the pool terrace after a swim in the heated mountain view pool, or a dip in the hot tubs.
A short walk from The Sebastian right by Gondola One, Base Camp is the hotel’s exclusive private on-mountain ski valet service. An experienced and helpful team, dedicated to making sure you have a smooth start every morning, will have your ski boots warmed and ready to go each morning. And at the end of your day, return for a tune or just drop your gear and go. Whatever, whenever, the ski valets are standing by.
The Sebastian has 100 hotel rooms including 84 luxury guest rooms, 16 Executive Suites and seven 1-4 bedroom Residential Suites. All rooms offer mountain, resort or village views and include premium linens and duvets, a welcome amenity of snacks and fresh fruit, air conditioning, a mini-fridge, Nespresso® coffee service, cordless phone, in-room safe and humidifier. Bathroom features include natural stone counter tops and flooring, hair dryer, plush bathrobes, slippers and custom bath amenities. Nightly turndown service includes a house made sweet treat.
The Classic Rooms have a single queen bed and is well appointed with premium cotton linens, duvets and plenty of plush pillows.
|Luxury Plaza Room||
The Luxury Plaza rooms are furnished with one King size bed or two Queen size beds. The linen is 400 thread count Egyptian cotton sheets, an the entertainment package in each room includes a flat screen TV, DVD player and an iHome clock so you can wake up to your own tunes! Each room has a spacious bathroom.
|Executive One Bedroom Suite||
The Executive One Bedroom Suites features a separate living area. This luxury suite is comfortably elegant and offers guests a sense of home while in Vail. The suite features a flat screen TV, DVD player and a couch that converts to a queen sleeper sofa, and a table that seats four comfortably. The bedroom mirrors the Luxury Plaza King room, offering the finest amenities such as 400 thread count Egyptian cotton sheets, duvet covered king bed with plush pillows and bathrobes with slippers. Entertainment package in each room includes a flat screen TV, DVD player and an iHome clock so you can wake up to your own tunes! Each room has a beautiful bathroom with exceptional storage.
|Executive Two Bedroom Suite||
The Executive Two Bedroom Suites are exceptionally spacious. There are two Luxury Plaza hotel rooms adjoining the living room area. The living room is complete with its own bathroom, a flat screen TV, DVD player and beautiful sitting area, complete with a couch that converts to a queen sleeper sofa, and a table that seats four very comfortably. The master bedroom mirrors the Luxury Plaza King room and the second bedroom is a Luxury Plaza two Queen bedded room. Both rooms offer the finest amenities such as 400 thread count Egyptian cotton sheets, duvet covered beds with plush pillows and bathrobes with slippers. Entertainment package in each bedroom include a flat screen TV, DVD player and an iHome clock so you can wake up to your own tunes! Each room has a beautiful bathroom with exceptional storage.
The Sebastian has been recognized as one of the premier family resorts in the country for all the comforts and amenities extended to visitors of all ages and offers a year-round supervised daily program for guests ages 7-12, Battle Mountain Kids’ Camp. Activities follows a changing daily theme and combines age-appropriate field trips, activities, games and crafts, just to name a few. Also available for families with toddlers to 4 year olds is the Tyke’s Room. This room is filled with storybooks, coloring books and games and features a chalkboard canvas for young artists and an elevated stage with curtains, karaoke and a closet of costumes. Enrolment in Battle Mountain Kids’ Camp and childcare services for a night out on the town can be arranged through the concierge.
The hotel's concierge service is on hand to tend guests' every need. From arranging ski lessons to spa treatments and scheduling a babysitter, nothing is too much trouble.
The Leonora restaurant offers dishes inspired by the French Alps, Spanish Pyrenees and their own Colorado Rockies to create tapas, crudo and alpine bistro fare.
Bloom Spa is tastefully appointed and thoughtfully attended to ensure that each visit is peaceful, memorable and soothing. With décor and treatments inspired by Colorado’s fresh air and beauty, it offers a wide range of services for men and women, including massages, facials and body treatments.
A bistro / wine / tapas restaurant that is headed up by Executive Chef Rosa Provoste. The Leonora uses only the finest fresh, local and organic ingredients for their Alpine inspired dishes and is the place to be in Vail.
The Frost Bar is a lively apres-ski bar offering inventive cocktails, a large selection of spirits and local draughts as well as light bites and burgers.
With treatments inspired by the local wildflowers, herbs and pines indigenous to the Vail Valley. Bloom Spa is open daily from 9 am - 8 pm.
|Fitness Centre and Pool||
There is a state-of-the-art fitness center located on the Upper Lobby Level and open from 6 am - 10 pm.
The outdoor swimming pool and terrace offers great mountain views and has 4 hot tubs with comfortable seating and chaise-lounges. Open daily until 10 pm.
Location & Directions
Vail, United States of America
The Sebastian - Vail is located in the heart of Vail village - a five minute walk from the slopes and Gondola One.
When to go
The ski season in the United States is longer than that in Europe. Most resorts open sometime in November, with Thanksgiving (the fourth Thursday in that month) being a common opening time, and stay open until mid to late April. The Rocky Mountains in Colorado and Wyoming have the highest peaks and due to the semi-arid climate, have abundant snowfall with some great powder. The exceptionally high altitude means December through to February can be extremely cold, with temperatures sometimes reaching as low as -12C, although the skiing conditions remain very good. Warmer temperatures in the Spring mean more variable skiing conditions and softer, forgiving snow.