Rebranded Vail Hotel Reaches New Wellness Heights

The Spa at Hotel Talisa

Hotel Talisa, Vail (CO), the 285-room luxury hotel formerly known as Vail Cascade Resort and Spa, opened its doors following a $60 million renovation and rebrand. Among its highlights is The Spa at Hotel Talisa.

“Our focus on guest experience is paramount at the resort," says Andres Szita, chairman of Laurus Corporation. "That experience comes from the details... an onsite team that is prepared to anticipate and exceed every guest’s wishes, innovative cuisine that sets a new standard in the Vail Valley, a spa that is as luxurious and serene as the location, and most importantly, a commitment to the finest details that may go unnoticed that allow Talisa to deliver a consistently outstanding luxury experience.”

The spa features 10 treatment rooms, a relaxation room overlooking Gore Creek and the nearby mountains, and separate men’s and women’s locker rooms that include aromatherapy steam rooms and salt saunas. The mountain setting is highlighted in each service by infusing fresh mountain air and indigenous ingredients into every treatment, in particular via signature services like the invigorating Elevate Your Altitude ($365, 2 hours) experience, which incorporates high-altitude oil infused with peppermint, ylang ylang, tangerine, and fennel; Himalayan salt stones; and a concentrated oxygen boost following the treatment.

Products used at the spa include Comfort Zone, Hydrafacial, and HydroPeptide. Caneel, the exclusive salon where guests can take advantage of hair, nail, and cosmetic services, uses Dazzle Dry and Kevin.Murphy products.

 

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