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The Sebastian, Vail

The Sebastian, one of Vail’s newest and most richly appointed properties. Colourful, welcoming, and pulsing with life, it is being transformed and recreated into The Sebastian — A Timbers Resorts Hotel and Residence Club.

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The guestrooms at The Sebastian Vail are a place for rest and rejuvenation after enjoying the excitement of Vail. All rooms are elegant, comfortable, and inviting, appointed with custom-designed furnishings and luxurious fabrics. Details such as plush terrycloth bathrobes and Egyptian cotton sheets, feather duvets, and flat-screen TVs remind you that our goal is to provide you with a superior experience.

Suites offer an exclusive and elegant vacation experience. Hardwood flooring, granite countertops, and Italian tile are representative of the exquisite design choices. All suites have mountain and valley views and vary from one to four bedrooms in size. It is ideal for families and friends who want to socialize or relax in the living room with a cozy fireplace, in the gourmet kitchen, or on the balcony.  

Along with concierge services, there is a spa, fitness center, new pool area, and gathering spaces for events of all sizes. Many guest rooms offer panoramic Rocky Mountain views, and several are outfitted with private balconies.

The Sebastian Basecamp:
Basecamp offers your guest ski-in ski-out access at the base of the Vista Bahn on Vail Mountain. The Sebastian’s guests’ skis and boots will be stored and made ready for their ski day by our Ski Valet. Return for hot chocolate and cookies, to let the valet tune up your gear, to shed a layer as the sun warms the slopes, or for a mini spa treatment from our pop-up spa. Whatever, whenever, The Sebastian ski valets are standing by.

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2014 Price Guide

  • Sebastian Classic (B)
    2 Share $1238pp
  • Deluxe 2 Queens (B)
    2 Share $1557pp
  • 1 Bedroom
    2 Share $3822pp
  • 2 Bedroom
    4 Share $3247pp
  • 3 Bedroom
    6 Share $3056pp

Costs are per person based on July 31 Early Bird 7 nights accommodation with tax. Staying between
Jan 5 - Feb 14, 2014.
(B) = Breakfast daily.

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Vail and the Sebastian

Written by Harry a Skier from Canberra, Australia
26/02/2014

Had 10 days at the Sebastian in Vail. This was one of, if not the best accommodation I have stayed in at a ski resort. First class and the services and staff were exceptional. If we go back to Vail this is the only place I would stay.

Thanks to Travelplan everything went smoothly including our transfers from Denver.

Vail mountain was good but they could have been better with the grooming.

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5

Vail

Written by Margaret a Skier from Como, NSW, Australia
14/3/2013

This was our first time to Vail and we were dissapointed in how the runs connected. Lots of traversing required. Not much in the way of groomed runs and the blue runs were not as steep or long as Aspen. We had to contend with large crowds at the lift queues and lunch spots. The Sebastian was good, but our room had a ''smell'' about it & the air conditioning was impossible to regulate.

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Fantastic time in Vail

Written by Natalia a Skier from Sydney, Australia
13/3/2013

Our family of 5 (including kids aged 5 and 10) had a fantastic time in Vail in January 2013. We usually go to Whistler and this year decided to try new things. Vail seemed to be a safe choice in terms of how highly it ranks as a resort and indeed it did not disappoint.

The snow conditions were fantastic - bright sun and blue skies - although we wished there was some fresh snow towards the end of our 10-day stay. We bought Local Epic lift passes, which include 10 days in Vail - this was a much more cost-effective option than buying a full Epic pass.

The Vail village is gorgeous, very Swiss Alps-like with a lot of artwork displayed outdoors, which makes a walk through the village a cultural event.

The mountains are beautiful with plenty of very wide runs. We also loved tubing and kids snomobiles - we did both on our last day and it was a great way to end the trip.

Would have liked to see better restaurants at the bottom of the Village gondola - the self-service place with 3 food choices seems like a waste of a prime location.

The hotel had a wonderful homely feel with superb service. Breakfast could have had a wider selection - gets a bit boring after a few days.

Loved the ski concierge - excellent service and a great convenience.

For some reason the village didnt seem busy, even on the public holiday weekend, which was great for skiing, but a little quiet for nightlife. All in all, a wonderful stay and skiing.
 

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Night Life / Restaurants
5
Terrain
5
Kids Facilities
5
Value For Money
5
Rooms
5
Property Facilities
5
Location
5
Restaurant / Bar
3

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Room sizes

  • Hotel Rooms
  • 1 Bedroom Apartments
  • 2 Bedroom Apartments
  • 3 Bedroom Apartments
  • 4 Bedroom Apartments

Room features

  • Full Kitchen - some rooms
  • Fireplace - some rooms
  • Balconies / Patios - some rooms
  • Luxurious Terry Bathrobes
  • In Room Safe
  • Humidifier
  • Hair Dryer
  • Telephone
  • Stereo
  • DVD Player
  • Internet - Data Ports
  • Flat Screen TV

Lodge features

  • Swimming Pool
  • Spa / Jacuzzi
  • Fitness Centre
  • Restaurant/s

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