One of the best vacation experiences I've ever had. They upgraded me to a room with a balcony and view of the gorgeous mountainside for free. They also helped me with my proposal to my now fiance by decking the room out with flowers, candles, champagne, etc. Concierge was very helpful and helped us plan some really fun activities as we're not big skiers. WOULD DEFINITELY RECOMMEND!!!
Can't really say anything negative, the stay was great. I guess if I had to choose something I could say that the property was too big. You honestly need a map just to walk around, but that's not really a negative.
Comfortable, relaxing, beautiful
On the Gore River, with pool, spa, and restaurant facing beautiful Aspen mountainside. The sound of the river aded to the relaxation. I rode my bicycle on the Gore Valley Trail, which is located immediately adjanct to the hotel. We had breakfast two mornings at the outside seating of the restaurant. A beautiful and delicious way to start each day. Saturday afternoon there was live acoustic music at the pool area that was great. Regular free shuttle service to Lionshead and Vail Village. All the staff with whom we interacted were very attentive and nice. My wife enjoyed her pedicure at the onsite Aria Spa. The room was quiet, attractive and comfortable. We are thinking of returning once the Aspen leaves turn so we can stare at a mountainside of yellow Aspen.
Friendly staff, decent accommodations.
Located out of the way a bit but the shuttle was nice. Also, the hotel was a little dated
Phenomenal River Views!
Absolutely beautiful views of the river since property sits right on edge! Great pool and hot tubs, wonderful spa and great ski access as well!
Restaurant was disappointing, terrible service but decent food
On-site dining was amazing! Relaxed atmosphere with high-quality, unique and well-prepared dishes for a bargain price! Rooms were clean and well-appointed. We had a small balcony opening to the river (recommend this, rather than court yard views).
Pool was overrun by family pitching a football despite the crowd and small children getting hit and splashed. Staff could/should have stepped in for the comfort of all. We relocated to the health club which has a quiet pool and hot tub.
We had a great family get away! The pool there is great and super family friendly. We love to stay here!
The staff was very nice and the view of the creek was very pretty. If you do not have to do any work while on vacation then this is a fine place to stay.
There is no business center. From 7 am- 7 pm you can use the computers in the coffee shop but once it closes you have to go to the second floor and pay $5 to start the computer and $.50 for every minute after that. I don't mind paying for a nice place to stay so the fact that it was a little more in price doesn't bother me, what bothers me is that it cost more and the quality was poor. There was nothing overly exciting about the room (in which the phone didn't work and there were holes in the curtains) and the food in the restaurant was okay, nothing compared to what it should have been for the price. If you're going to stay here (although I suggest otherwise since you can pay the same amount for another resort) don't count on having a business center and eat as much as you can in town where there are good restaurants.
It's got its own chairlift.. Enough said
The service was excellent and very knowledgeable when it came to choosing a restaurant. The facilities such as the infinity pool and hot tub were unbelievable. Loved every bit of our stay. Look for those rare off season rates for a fraction of the cost.
Great place to stay in Vail
The location was excellent and the price for a hotel adjacent to the lift was definitely worth it. The service from the valets was outstanding.
The room was pretty small and the service from some of the staff was poor, especially the gift shop/cafe.
Old World charm
I love the decor and the spaciousness of the rooms. The ski concierge and the lift adjacent to the hotel are both very convenient.
The resort is maze-like and the signage is difficult ti see. The carpets need an upgrade
Home away from home..
Everything. I stay here often (approx 8 weekends during ski season), and I am treated as such. There is a warmth about this place that feels like home. The beds are heavenly, and having the ski valet and the lift right outside of the hotel make this place a complete package.
The hotel was amazing it has really pretty views it was fun to explore the whole hotel and it has a really nice pool and jacuzzi. The restaurant inside the hotel seems pricey but it really wasn't for the two of us and the food was amazing.
don't try the ramen place it was way over priced and didn't even taste good they make you believe it's good but its not but it's not related to the hotel. The only thing was this hotel was a little distant from where the mall and everything was but they did have a bus but if your wanting to go out and walk around this may not be the best place from you.
Nestled at the base of Vail Mountain amid pristine forestland, Hotel Talisa, stands along the banks of Gore Creek in Cascade Village. Winter and spring yield an average of 300 inches of snow—much of it powder-perfect—in a wonderland that is easily accessed by the onsite Cascade Village Lift, Chair 20. During warm summers and cool falls, guests enjoy hiking, running, mountain biking, rock climbing, swimming, rafting, golf, and tennis. Just five minutes away, Vail Village is an inviting place for shopping, dining, entertainment, and touring art galleries. Eagle County Regional Airport (EGE) is 33 miles away, and Denver International Airport (DEN) is 122 miles away. The resort’s world-class skiing facilities include a ticket office and equipment rentals, plus the assistance of a dedicated ski concierge. Body and mind are harmonized by blissful, invigorating treatments in our meditative alpine spa. The resort also boasts racquetball and squash courts, indoor volleyball and basketball courts, two heated outdoor swimming pools, and three hot tubs. Our exceptional dining venues entwine gourmet international cuisines with indigenous Colorado Rockies ingredients. More than 40,000 square feet of engaging indoor and outdoor space can accommodate a wide range of business meetings, galas, and other special events. The resort’s 285 exquisitely appointed guest rooms allow stunning Vail views as well as convenient onsite ski-in/ski-out access. Thoughtful touches include benches and equipment storage, as well as rollaway beds for additional guests. Refreshment centers are stocked with delicacies beloved in the Alps. Friendly, personalized service—including delightful turndown traditions—creates unmatched comfort and a sense of home throughout the year.
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