The Spa at Four Seasons Resort and Residences Vail

Colorado-inspired bliss in Vail
While skiing remains one of the hottest reasons to visit Vail, what you can do après-ski also proves popular. One such activity is relaxing in a hot tub or spa to work out all those sore and tired muscles. In these parts, one of the best places to do that is at The Spa at Four Seasons Resort and Residences Vail.

From the lounge to the treatment spaces to the locker rooms, the entire spa has been designed to mimic Colorado's natural surroundings. With stone walls, a beige and brown color motif and warm, natural light, the spa does an excellent job of promoting the mountain spirit. This is especially apparent when you sink into one of the two the outdoor hot tubs or take a dip in the heated pool, all which look out toward the peaks and are surrounded by aspens, seasonal flowers and the sky.

One also gets a sense of nature when curled up by the grand stone fireplace with a cup of herbal tea in hand after indulging in one of the superb services the Forbes Travel Guide Four-Star spa offers.
Our Inspector's Highlights
  • One unique aspect to the Vail spa comes in the form of booze, that is, beer and bourbon used in services. Turns out, the hops that make beer tasty prove great for skin care, too, which is why Four Seasons offers brew and renew packages.
  • There is a healthy list of treatments crafted especially for men.
  • Seasonal specials give us an excuse to visit the spa multiple times throughout the year.
Things to Know
  • While any guest of Four Seasons Resort Vail can enjoy the outdoor pools and gym, the spa area is only open to those who have booked a service, something you definitely want to do while visiting Vail.
  • Peak season takes place November to April, when travelers flock to Vail for breaks during Christmas, New Year's Eve, Presidents' Day and Spring Break. Lodging fills up rather quickly during this time, so the sooner you book your reservations, the better.
  • Winter temperatures tend to average in the low teens early in the morning and late at night, and daytime averages are somewhere in the 20s and 30s.
  • There’s plenty to do in Vail during the summer — the Teva Mountain Games, hiking, biking, rafting, fly-fishing and summer concerts at the Gerald Ford Amphitheater are among a few fun activities.
The Treatments
  • Book a locally themed treatment that not only relaxes and revitalizes, but also speaks to the spa's surroundings.
  • The Spirit of the Rockies involves a face and body mask of clay, corn and balsam fir, and then incorporates massage with a warmed river stone.
  • Another special Vail treatment is the Alpine Rejuvenation, which takes the scent of evergreen trees to enhance an earthen mask, exfoliation and massage.
  • Treat snow-burned skin with one of the Four-Star spa's extra-luxe facials featuring the renowned Natura Bissé skincare line. The Intraceuticals Oxygen Rejuvenation Facial is particularly helpful for revitalizing dull skin in Vail's high-altitude climate. 
The Facilities
  • After any treatment, you are invited to enjoy the amenities of the luxury spa as well. This includes a long indoor hot tub with soothing waterfall features, sauna and steam room.
  • Women can visit the salon for hair styling and nail services, while a barbershop is available for men.
  • The fitness center has the best equipment to get a heart-pumping workout and a sauna to rejuvenate sore muscles afterward.
Getting There
1 Vail Road, Vail, Colorado 81657
The Spa at Four Seasons Resort and Residences Vail
More At This Location
Check Availability