Vail Cascade is very nice, but not spectacular. There are much nicer properties, but they don't have a chair lift in front of their building. It is very easy and convenient to stay there for the skiing aspect, but there is not much to do so you have to head into town for entertainment. Basically, you're happy you stayed there in the morning, just not at night. The service was great and the people were incredibly friendly. The ski concierge staff were fantastic!! The facility itself is a little dated, but the heated pools and hot tubs are great. Your decision as to whether or not to stay here comes down to entirely how important skiing is to you. If you want to be able to ski in and out, perfect, but if you want to be in the center of the action, Vail Cascade is not the place for you.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Hotel Talisa, Vail’s newest luxury hotel, following a $60M + renovation, offers the epitome of elevation with 285 new guestrooms and suites with sophisticated décor, luxuriously appointed bathrooms and delightful turn down traditions – the perfect home base for year-round adventure and escape. Savor enchanting global culinary creations and breathtaking views within, Gessner, the new restaurant and lounge, an inventive après scene, blissful spa treatments, a premiere skiing offering including an on-property ski lift, ski concierge, rentals and ticket office, and experiences for all ages inspired by our beloved mountainside setting and culture. All just a mere 5-minute drive from Vail Village. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Vail Cascade Resort And Spa
- Vail Cascade Hotel Vail
- Cascade Resort