VAIL, CO, December 13, 2014 – The Sebastian, Vail is an environment beautiful enough for mom, but seemingly designed with dad in mind. The hotel is designed with leather furniture, heavy tables with sturdy legs, deeply hued wood accents, and a color palate of deep browns, umbers, and burnt orange accents.
There is a nary a scented bouquet in sight.
The Sebastian offers a perfect pairing: incredible skiing in Vail, one of the world’s largest and popular mountains and luxurious lodging and spa treatments
- Nightly lodging for two at The Sebastian
- Welcome amenity upon arrival
- Sweet & savory snacks
- Mini-refrigerator stocked with waters & assorted sodas
- Dinner for two at Leonora*
- Daily lift tickets for two*
- Two 50-minute Bloom Spa signature treatments
- Welcome drinks at Frost bar
- Nightly turn down service with a sweet treat
- On-mountain ski valet offering ski-in/ski-out valet service and access to Gondola One
For relaxing there is the year round heated outdoor pool and hot tubs, fitness center with Free Motion equipment, steam room and sauna and Spa where dad, and mom, can enjoy deep muscle massages or custom designed treatments.
Food is an important part of any luxury weekend and The Sebastian has a variety of offerings. Leonora, an Alpine Bistro & Tapas Bar delivers world-class cuisine along with fine wines from around the world, the ultimate choice for a memorable meal or a lighter social session of tapas and wine.
For casual fare, Market offers a quick, healthy breakfast or lunch in a café-style setting, the perfect option for grab-and-go aficionados. And, if you want to grab a delicious coffee and treat (like beignets!) closer to the slopes, visit Beignet Cafe at The Sebastian’s Base Camp.
With an inviting atmosphere and amazing selection of beer, wine and spirits, Frost Bar is home to Vail’s finest throwback cocktails, perfect for après-ski or a nightcap before turning in.
And of course, The Sebastian offers in-room dining on the occasions when staying home promises the best seat in town.
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