There are some properties that simply shape a destination. Whether it’s the grandeur of their architecture, the beauty of their landscape or the history of their corridors, these great hotels are more than respites. They are landmarks. And Solaris – the highly anticipated, sought after residential project – is Vail’s newest landmark.
The ultimate in luxury living, Solaris boasts 79 residential units that sell from $1,500,000 to over $19 million, and lucky for Vail vacationers, many of these units are available for nightly lodging in grand mountain style.
As one would expect, a multi-million dollar residence that dots Vail Village’s quaint town center is not without impressive appointments. Each fully custom designed unit offers big style and every amenity a gal could wish for. From a top of the line chef’s kitchen clad with a temperature controlled wine refrigerator to a Jacuzzi whirlpool bathtub (a welcomed reprieve after a day on the slopes), the accommodations at Solaris are world class. Most residences are owned by international titans of business, and each is uniquely adorned with upscale treasures and décor sure to charm any visitor. These two to four-bedroom homes are perfect for family gatherings or ski trips with friends, and offer special touches like stone fireplaces and floor to ceiling mountain views. Touches that will make your stay equal parts opulent and inviting.
From the indoor heated swimming pool and Jacuzzi, to the private spa facility, Solaris aims to please even the pickiest of travelers. Its most impressive amenity, however, is the personal assistant assigned to each guest. A far cry from your average concierge, these assistants cater to a visitor’s every need, arranging everything from everyday tasks like pre-arrival grocery shopping and dinner reservations, all the way to the extraordinary, such as arranging ice skating lessons with a princess on the property’s rink, or a visit with Santa’s reindeer for your little ones. Whatever you fancy your wish is, quite literally, their command.
In addition to its remarkable residences, Solaris is also Vail’s newest and most celebrated retail and dining hub. Designed around a quintessential skating rink, Solaris is home to celebrity chef Nobu Matsuhisa’s eponymous restaurant, Matsuhisa as well as more low-key options like Bol, a full-service restaurant and bowling alley, Cincebistro, Vail’s only movie theatre that’s also a full-service eatery, and Yeti’s Grind, perfect for a quick cup of coffee or mid-afternoon snack.
The Shops at Solaris offer a retail indulgence for the jetsetting fashionista, art lover or mountain maven. Upscale boutiques like Luca Bruno, Betteridge Jewelers and Manrico Cashmere deliver chic looks that easily transition from a day on the slopes to a nightcap by the fire, and art lovers will swoon over the likes of Carrie Fell Gallery, Tony Newlin Gallery and Vail Fine Art. While there, thrillseekers and outdoorsmen will take pleasure in a trip to the center’s North Face store or Fly Fishing Outfitters.
Solaris Residences, Lodging and The Shops at Solaris
141 East Meadow Drive
Vail, Colorado 81657