New Luxury Ski Resort Joins Marriott


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This is great news for those who like ski locations and Marriott loyalists who like to burn points skiing! It is always exciting to me when chains who I am loyal to (and have tons of points with) add new and exciting destinations and properties! Here is the latest from Marriott. Marriott announced today that the Hotel Talisa, in Vail Colorado has joined Marriott as a Luxury Collection property. The “the luxury ski-in/ski-out resort offers an on-property chairlift, on-site rentals and ticket office, and a world-class ski concierge.

New Luxury Ski Resort Joins Marriott

Per Marriott News,

The Luxury Collection®, part of Marriott International, Inc., today announced that Hotel Talisa, a top luxury ski resort in Vail, Colorado, has joined the brand’s glittering ensemble of world-renowned hotels and resorts deeply rooted in their destinations. Introducing Vail’s only true ski-in/ski-out luxury resort, Hotel Talisa is the newest addition to The Luxury Collection’s portfolio of diverse hotels in North America, ranging from the picturesque Las Alcobas in Napa Valley to the Perry Lane Hotel, a charming escape in Savannah.

Hotel Talisa offers sleek sophistication in an idyllic setting, with interior design by LEO A DALY, reflecting Vail’s rich history and the spirit of Rocky Mountain adventure. A hidden gem nestled in the heart of Colorado’s rugged Gore Mountain Range, Hotel Talisa is designed to feel like a private oasis from the outside world. With a creekside setting ideal for active and meditative guest experiences, the luxury ski-in/ski-out resort offers an on-property chairlift, on-site rentals and ticket office, and a world-class ski concierge.

Vail Hotel Partners LLC, a private real estate investment firm, has invested over $65 million in renovating and rebranding the hotel. Formerly known as the Vail Cascade Resort and Spa, the 285-room property will reposition as Vail’s newest luxury Resort.

New Luxury Ski Resort Joins Marriott

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Bottom Line

Marriott just added a new property to choose from, A Luxury Collection, the Hotel Talisa, in Vail Colorado. Check it out!

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Comments

  1. i miss one of the best arbitrages within SPG for skiing – 12k old-SPG points per night at Westin Whistler. The cents-per-point value I’ve gotten at one reservation even exceeded many of the most coveted resorts in places like Maldives or Bora Bora.

  2. Statement say ” Vail’s only true ski-in/ski-out luxury resort…” Can anyone who’s been there verifiy that and how that cam be? aside from having a chairlift right there I don’t see how it can be in that category. Maybe lift-in and lift-out but not ski-in/ski-out.

  3. This guy is a farking moron and has deleted comments to prove what a waste of life blogger he is. Get a life dude. Seriously.. what is your purpose ??? Asshat.

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