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|Distance to city centre||0.4 km|
|Nearest airport||Denver Intl|
|Distance to airport||147.6 km|
|"Enjoyed Frost, the hotel bar."||(in 6 reviews)|
|"Very nice hotel, cozy."||(in 12 reviews)|
|"Staff was extremely helpful"||(in 13 reviews)|
|"Very over priced for rooms and services offered."||(in 2 reviews)|
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|wonderful staff||in 34 reviews|
Everyone there was very helpful and nice and went over and above!
The location is superb. You are bang smack in the middle of Vail village and absolutely convenient for everything within this walkable area. The staff are very helpful and pleasant. Valet parking chargeable but again very convenient.
As others have mentioned, our room did overlook the freeway but did not cause us any problems.
Mountain modern design with perfect location, excellent amenities, and friendly professional service team.
Some rooms face the highway, which could be a bit noisy for light sleepers. However, upon request, they switched us to a more peaceful location and that wasn’t an issue.
- Perfect location in the middle of Vail Village, you don’t need to use your car the entire stay - Very well-kept property, the interior decor is mountain modern and renovated within the past five years - Air conditioning in the rooms, a rarity in mountain hotels but a nice amenity when it’s around 80 degrees in Vail - The pool is very nice, and there are four hot tubs. Serene setting with rock walls, a waterfall and aspen trees - The lobby area is very inviting and comfortable with a big fireplace and a library where they put out coffee, tea and newspapers every morning
- They out coffee each morning in the lobby but weren’t very on top of keeping the regular coffee and creamer full, either myself or another guest had to inform the front desk both mornings to replace the coffee dispenser - We forgot our phone chargers at home and asked the front desk for a “loaner” charger. They said they only had two and had already given those away. A hotel of this caliber should have more than two spare phone chargers. - Usually at hotels like the Sebastian they have an iPhone docking station that also plays music but I didn’t see anything like that in our room - The pool, while nice, is small and there are only about a dozen chairs on the pool deck. On nice days it easily gets quite crowded because it is so small - This hotel allows dogs to stay in the rooms. This wasn’t a problem but we did hear them barking in the halls and saw them on the elevator. If you’re allergic to dogs you may want to reconsider staying here
Location was close to some cute shops and restaurants. Interior of the building was well decorated and interesting to walk around in.
Room was a bit boring, tub was exceptionally small.
The Sebastian – Vail is one of Vail’s newer boutique hotels. This property’s design is an eclectic array of high mountain comfort coupled with chic lines. The woodwork throughout the hotel is meticulously crafted and soften by velvet textures and works of art. Guests at the Sebastian – Vail can take advantage of their concierge service to make their stay more enjoyable.
Visitors staying at the Sebastian – Vale can choose from one of three hotel room layouts or one of their two executive suites or four residential suites. Guests in one of their hotel rooms are treated to either a single king or two queen beds covered in 400 count Egyptian cotton sheets. The bathrobes and slippers make it easy for guests to relax in their surroundings.
Guests choosing the executive suite can choose from one or two-bedroom. Both suites have separate living and gathering areas. The one-bedroom features a single king bed covered in 400 count Egyptian cotton sheets. The two-bedroom suite has a king bed in one bedroom and two queen beds in the second bedrooms. The king bedroom has a private en-suite bathroom while a second bathroom is just off the living area.
In the residential suites, guests will feel at home. Visitors can choose from a one, two, three, or four-bedroom suite, depending on how many people are in their party. All residential suites have a separate living space, fireplaces, balconies with valley or mountain views and an equipped kitchen. Each bedroom has its private bathroom and a flat-screen TV.
based on 342 reviews
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- Professional service
- Stylish hotel
- Friendly service
- Nice building
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FAQs when booking at The Sebastian - Vail
Where is The Sebastian - Vail located?
The Sebastian - Vail is located at 16 Vail Road, 0.4 km from the centre of Vail. Sonnenalp is the closest landmark to The Sebastian - Vail.
When is check-in time and check-out time at The Sebastian - Vail?
Check-in time is 16:00 and check-out time is 11:00 at The Sebastian - Vail.
Does The Sebastian - Vail offer free Wi-Fi?
Yes, The Sebastian - Vail offers free Wi-Fi.
Does The Sebastian - Vail offer free parking?
No, The Sebastian - Vail does not offer free parking.
Does The Sebastian - Vail offer free airport shuttle service?
No, The Sebastian - Vail does not offer free airport shuttle service.
How far is The Sebastian - Vail from the airport?
The Sebastian - Vail is 46.2 km from Vail Eagle County. The Sebastian - Vail is 62.8 km from Aspen Pitkin County.
Can you bring pets to The Sebastian - Vail?
Yes, The Sebastian - Vail is a pet-friendly hotel.
Does The Sebastian - Vail have a pool?
Yes, The Sebastian - Vail has a pool on-site.
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Most popular landmarks
- Sonnenalp 110 m
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- Cogswell Gallery 340 m
- Vail Ski Area 351 m
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|Vail Eagle County||46.2 km|
|Aspen Pitkin County||62.8 km|
|Vail, Colorado||389 m|
|Winter Park/Fraser, Colorado||58.6 km|