Living room inside a Four Seasons Residence

Four Seasons Resort and Residences Vail introduces three custom designed residences available to guests beginning in November. These residences were previously only available to those wishing to purchase at the Resort.

“Ranging from two to five bedrooms, these residences can accommodate families and groups who enjoy all the comforts of home,” commented General Manager Mark Herron. “We invite you to experience the Four Seasons lifestyle for an overnight stay or for several weeks.”

The new residences, named after some of the highest mountains of the Gore Range, are as follows:

Mount Solitude: 5-bedroom, 5 bathroom, 4,400 square-foot 10th floor residence with mountain views and luxurious master bedroom sanctuary. (Mount Solitude is the highest member of “Solitude Ridge” at 13,090 feet.)

Mount Keller: 3-bedroom, 3 bathroom, 3,000 square-foot 10th floor residence featuring a terrace with sweeping mountain views. (A summit to the east of the range crest, Mount Keller rises to 13,085 feet.)

Mount Valhalla: 2-bedroom, 2 bathroom, 2,500 square-foot 8th floor residence with expansive living space and rich natural finishes. (At 13,180 feet, Mount Valhalla is the centrepiece of the beautiful Deluge Lake Basin.)

Vail-based Slifer Designs is creating the new “Mount Solitude” interior, noting that its palette is inspired by rich jewel tones of jade green, deep blue and rich reds. With a nod to the 1960s, the interior is not your expected Colorado mountain design. Donning faux furs and textured fabrics, the residence will showcase a worldly look of found, collected interiors from the world traveler.

Another Vail design company, Worth Interiors, created a clean, modern aesthetic for Mount Keller—still appropriate for a mountain location. The furnishings are elegant but comfortable, and the color palette is neutral but infused with splashes of bold accent colors like red, violet and cobalt blue. Worth Interiors integrated contemporary lines with organic and rustic accents for Mount Valhalla; they incorporated industrial pieces and a warm and earthy color palette. Textures were combined to create handsome spaces in Mount Valhalla, such as steel, burlap, live edge wood and leather.

“Whether it is a ski trip, a summer getaway, or holiday retreat, these new residences will feel like a second home with our signature Four Seasons service,” finished Herron. “The mountain views from these residences are breathtaking, especially of the Gore Range, visible from almost any place in Vail.”

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