The Sebastian - Vail Is Offering Early Booking Deal on Winter Vacations

The Sebastian Vail Resort

Though snow won’t be falling in the Rocky Mountains for a few more months, The Sebastian-Vail is providing an incentive for travelers to book their winter and ski vacations to Vail early—to the tune of 40 percent savings. Travelers who book their winter vacation by September 29 at The Sebastian-Vail can save more depending on how long of a stay they book. Here are the guidelines:

  • Book 14 nights and save up to 40 percent 
  • Book 10 nights and save up to 35 percent 
  • Book seven nights and save up to 30 percent 
  • Book five nights and save up to 25 percent 

Rates for a 10-night stay at The Sebastian-Vail start at $239 per night for a Sebastian Classic room; five-night stays for the same room start at $249 per night. Staying at The Sebastian includes accommodations, amenities, a stocked mini refrigerator, nightly turndown service and ski-in/ski-out access through Base Camp, the property’s slopeside adventure center.

The Sebastian-Vail is a Timbers Resort and has 84 luxury hotel rooms, 16 executive suites, seven residential suits and a 36-residence Private Residence Club. Also on the property are the haute bistro and tapas bar Leonora, the Frost bar, the full-service Bloom Spa and a mountain view pool with four hot tubs.

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The Sebastian is located in the heart of Vail Village with easy access to Vail Mountain. The ski resort itself offers more than 5,200 acres of ski and snowboard terrain, seven famous Back Bowls spanning seven miles and the most groomed terrain in ski country.

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