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Vail luxury summer vacation

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One of North America’s most popular ski resorts, Vail is renowned for providing exceptional personal and anticipatory service, and that’s no different in the summer months. Imagine yourself enjoying an evening of fine dining followed by a delightful outdoor concert at the Ford Theater, or perhaps a sunset dinner with breathtaking views of the Gore Range from Eagle’s Nest.

Top luxury summer accommodations in Vail

As one of the top resorts in North America, Vail offers a vast array of luxury mountain accommodations that will please the vacationer seeking award-winning service and amenities, convenience to activities and well-appointed, upscale ambiance. Sip on a glass of wine while you soak in the ambiance of your luxury four- or five-star hotel, lodge or private home.

  • Bedecked in alpine furnishings and elegant décor, the Arrabelle at Vail Square, A RockResort is the crème de la crème when it comes to summer mountain getaways. The Lionshead Village property features luxurious hotel rooms, suites and two- to five-bedroom residential suites. All guests have access to the fitness center, spa and rooftop pool, which is the best place to spend a summer afternoon in the sun.
  • Nestled in the heart of Vail Village, the Lodge at Vail, A RockResort is conveniently located just steps from all the hiking and biking trails accessed from Gondola One. This legendary luxury property combines classic lodge atmosphere with world-class service. Most rooms have balconies and offer a courtyard, poolside, mountain or Vail Village view.
  • Four Seasons Resort Vail offers a contemporary style of a luxurious Alpine hotel. With 121 guestrooms, 35 residence units, the Four Seasons Resort Vail features amazing mountain views, a signature restaurant, Flame, and a full-service spa. The Four Seasons is just steps away to Vail Village nightlife, shopping and al fresco dining.

Vail fine dining in the summer

  • The Vail fine-dining scene will delight sophisticated gourmets and discerning palates. Food Network devotees will be delighted to discover that not one, but Iron-Chef heavy weight, Nobu Matsuhisa has a signature restaurant, Matsuhisa, in Vail. Dining al fresco from Matsuhisa's second-story patio provides some of the best summer dining views in all of Vail.
  • A Vail fine-dining tour isn't complete without an evening at Sweet Basil, which enjoys a long-standing reputation of providing Vail’s top fine-dining experience. At Sweet Basil, a modern American bistro menu and exceptional wine list will please epicures.

Vail summer spa

Rejuvenation can be found in more places than a high-alpine wildflower field when visiting Vail in the summer. Walk into one of Vail’s spas and walk out refreshed and invigorated.

  • The Arrabelle's RockResorts Spa® luxurious, 10,000-square-foot RockResorts Spa® pampers guests with its warm and inviting atmosphere, elegant décor, rejuvenating spa treatments, state-of-the-art fitness center and so much more.
  • The Lodge at Vail, A RockResorts Spa®, which is adjacent to the lodge’s existing buildings, reflects an intimate and elegant Colorado feel, with rustic vanities, warm colors and textures and stylish stone and wood décor and accents. The spa treatments are just as warm and relaxing as the design. The 7,500-square-foot, state-of-the-art spa offers eleven treatment rooms.
  • Golden Leaf Spa at Marriott Mountain Lodge & Spa offers a variety of beauty and therapeutic regimes for ladies and gentlemen of all ages. A licensed and educated team of professionals will expertly personalize every guest's therapeutic needs. Amenities include a 24-hour, fully equipped fitness center, heated pools, whirlpools and a steam room privately housed in each locker facility.
  • The Aria Spa at Vail Cascade treatments have a special Rocky Mountain touch upstaged only by the state-of-the-art treatment rooms and unprecedented services. Locker rooms with hot tub, steam, sauna, showers and toiletry essentials provide privacy and convenience. Take in the peace of the sanctuary and the soothing sounds of the cascading fountain.
  • The Sonnenalp Spa is an exquisite resource to rejuvenate mind and body. Walk down from your room in your robe and slippers or use the private lockers. Relax by the fireplace as you await your personal trainer or massage therapist.
  • With more than nine signature treatments, seven different kinds of facials, eight massages and two spa packages available, the Vail Mountain Lodge and Spa has a spa option for every predilection. The spa also offers a salon for all your hair and manicure needs. Features include a 1,800-square-foot fitness facility with state-of-the-art equipment, specialty workout classes, and Vail's only full size indoor climbing wall.
  • Infused with Timbers Resorts hospitality, Bloom Spa at The Sebastian provides soothing ambiance to ensure that each visit is peaceful and memorable. With décor and treatments inspired by Colorado's fresh air and beauty, Bloom offers a wide range of services for men and women, including massages, facials, soaks and body treatments.
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