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Four Seasons Resort Vail

Four Seasons Resort Vail Rating: 5.0 Pearls

The Four Seasons Vail opened in 2011, and is one of the area’s top hotels. All the rooms have warm colors, stone fireplaces, balconies, and huge marble bathrooms with standalone soaking tubs, and almost every amenity impresses, particularly the upscale spa (one of the best in Vail Valley) and lovely outdoor pool area. But it's not directly on the slopes -- guests face a 10-minute walk, or a short hotel shuttle ride.
Sonnenalp Hotel

Sonnenalp Hotel Rating: 4.5 Pearls

Modeled after a traditional spa hotel in the southern German region of Bavaria, the Sonnenalp is one of Vail’s most iconic properties. Operated by Johannes Faessler, whose family founded and still operates the original European resort hotel, the Vail iteration evokes its German counterpart in architecture, decor, facilities, and welcoming atmosphere. Suites are outfitted with heavy oak furniture, gas fireplaces, and heated marble floors in the bathrooms, while the five restaurants offer both German and local cuisine. The hotel is centrally located in Vail Village, within easy walking distance of the gondola and many shops and restaurants. Every component of this luxury hotel has received an award of some sort, from its European-inspired restaurants to its bountiful spa, although some guests find the decor a bit dated and in need up updating.
The Sebastian - Vail

The Sebastian - Vail Rating: 4.5 Pearls

This luxury boutique resort opened in Vail in 2010, and prices are often more than fair for what you get: Beautiful, high-end mountain decor, particularly in the airy lobby and cozy library (no cabin kitsch here); two great restaurants, including the organic tapas bistro Leonora, plus a chic lounge; an outdoor pool; four Jacuzzis; and an upscale spa. But the standard Deluxe Plaza rooms are on the small side, and feel like a bit of a letdown after the gorgeous public spaces. The location right off I-70 could also be a little better: It's within walking distance of Vail Village, the slopes, and the hotel's own Base Camp (with ski rentals and a cafe), but it's not right in the heart of anything.
The Arrabelle at Vail Square, a RockResort

The Arrabelle at Vail Square, a RockResort Rating: 4.5 Pearls

This rustic-luxe, chalet-inspired lodge is one of Vail's premier options, with a location in the heart of Vail Square, near the Eagle Bahn lift. The 62 luxurious rooms feature massive bathrooms, stone fireplaces, and scenic balconies, and both the lavish spa and rooftop lap pool pack serious wow factor.
The Ritz-Carlton Residences, Vail

The Ritz-Carlton Residences, Vail Rating: 4.5 Pearls

The Ritz-Carlton Residences are easily among the most luxurious private condo rentals in Vail Valley. The amenities are top-of-the-line: the large, year-round outdoor pool; the modern, upscale fitness center; the cozy library; and the elegant, lodge-style great room with a bar and fireplace. The huge, privately owned condos come with stainless steel kitchens, balconies (in many) with views of the pool or mountains, and gorgeous marble bathrooms with decadent soaking tubs and separate walk-in showers. In addition, the property has bell service and 24-hour maintenance.
The Lodge at Vail -- A RockResort

The Lodge at Vail -- A RockResort Rating: 4.0 Pearls

One of the Lodge's best assets is its location right in Vail Village, two minutes from the closest ski lift. It's got some great features -- an on-site spa, a huge, modern 24-hour fitness center, two outdoor pools and six Jacuzzis -- but it is an older building and in need of some updating. Rooms in the luxury wing have fresher decor (including rustic details such as wood beams or stone fireplaces) and air conditioning, but other rooms lack air conditioning, are a bit small for the price, and are showing their age.
Vail Mountain Lodge & Spa

Vail Mountain Lodge & Spa Rating: 4.0 Pearls

The upscale, 28-room Vail Mountain Lodge and Spa is located in a serene, creek-side spot in Vail Village, close to the Bahn ski lift. Its rooms, outfitted in understated mountain decor, have nice extras -- namely, plush beds, gas fireplaces, and deep soaking tubs. Its huge, modern fitness center is one of the best in Vail Valley, and the spa is impressive as well -- both pleasant surprises for a hotel this small. (The 25-room Austria Haus, by contrast, has no spa and a tiny, windowless fitness center.) In addition, the excellent, organic Terra Bistro is a favorite with locals as well as guests, and provides free hot breakfasts.
Austria Haus Hotel

Austria Haus Hotel Rating: 3.5 Pearls

This 25-room upper-middle-range boutique offers solid value, with homey rooms featuring rustic touches (such as wood beams and sturdy wood doors) and marble bathrooms with heated floors. While there aren't a lot of on-site amenities, guests get free access to The Lodge at Vail's spa, pools, and Jacuzzis, which are worth the short walk. The hotel's most notable asset may be its great central location in Vail Village square, close to the Vista Bahn ski lift.
Holiday Inn Apex Vail

Holiday Inn Apex Vail Rating: 3.0 Pearls

The Holiday Inn Apex is higher-end than you might expect from the chain, with cozy mountain lodge decor in the public spaces. (Rooms, however, are for the most part typically chain-like, and could use an update.) The indoor Jacuzzi, year-round outdoor pool with beautiful views, and three solid on-site restaurants are all perks, but the location a few miles from Vail and Lionshead Villages is inconvenient.


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