How to Take a Luxury Vail Vacation for Less

Vail is not cheap to visit or live. In fact, it was voted the most expensive city in Colorado in 2018, according to the Cost of Living Index. And that's saying something. Colorado has become a very expensive state.

A Vail vacation can easily drain your wallet, between lodging, skiing, food, drink, and even gas. That is unless you know when and where to go.

See how to take a luxury Vail vacation on a budget!

Know When to Go

The best time for an inexpensive Vail vacation is during the off-season, which Colorados call "mud season" (because the snow melts and creates excess mud on some of the trails). This is just after the end of the ski season (usually late April or early May) and before the start of summer activities (mid-June).

During those months, hotel, restaurant, and entertainment rates are heavily discounted, even in the heyday of luxury resorts like the Four Seasons. You can find lodging and food for more than half the price. Due to low demand, you are more likely to be upgraded to a better room at your hotel. In winter, you would be lucky to find any room, but out of season, you are quite out of place.

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Stay in maximum luxury for an affordable price

The Four Seasons Resort and Residences Vail is ideally located within walking distance between the two Vail towns and within walking distance (or a free shuttle) of everything.

In addition to divine pillows (and firm mattress to meet your requests), top-notch service, the best heated outdoor pool in Vail, and direct mountain views, staying at the Four Seasons can really help you save money. on your vacation.

You can borrow one of the Four Seasons Mercedez Benz cars for free. The eight-car fleet is assigned on a first-come, first-served basis, but that's not a problem in the spring when occupancy is low. Take a day trip to the hot springs of Glenwood Springs (about an hour away) or a scenic drive to Lake Frisco or the historic Victorian town of Leadville. Or take the courtesy SUV Benz out to a nearby trail for a free wildflower hike. Booth Falls is a 10-minute drive away that rewards hiker with a waterfall.

Spring can be muddy, so ask the concierge (also free) for trail recommendations for each day.

Spend a Day Off at the Spa

Here's a luxury travel tip for you: If you're staying at a resort with a spa, chances are you'll get free access to many of the spa's amenities, even if you don't book a treatment.

At Four Seasons, guests can use the state-of-the-art fitness center, multiple outdoor hot tubs, and cozy spa relaxation rooms (with complimentary tea, snacks, and mineral water). Grab your cup of strawberry-infused water and a handful of almonds and relax with a book by the fireplace on your private outdoor deck. Low season means you can have the entire spa to yourself.

Best of all, this Forbes Five-Star spa also includes a water circuit that hotel guests can enjoy for free. Start in the dry sauna and then cool off in the cooler plunge pool, before warming up in the long cave-style hot tub with waterfalls. Sit under the water and let it massage your scalp, before heading to the eucalyptus-infused steam room to cleanse your sinuses and improve your health.

Take your time and get ready in the changing room, which is fully stocked with quality products that will make you feel like you've spent a day at the spa, but with no extra cash in your pocket.

Other Spa Specialties

The spa also often offers treatments with alcoholic beverages. Think beer and bourbon.

If you want to splurge on your trip or are planning a special event like a bachelorette party, a night out with friends, or a bachelorette party, ask about the exclusive Spa Under the Stars. You can basically rent the entire spa for your private event after hours and it stays open late (until 11 pm). It has its own spa butler to meet your needs and can arrange special treatments and food.

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