We stayed for 2 weeks at the beginning of February for a skiing trip. This was our first time in Vail and at the Sebastian, and it won't be our last. From when we checked in, the staff were the most charming and helpful of any hotel I've ever stayed in. Our room was spacious (we were upgraded at no extra charge) and the free drinks and snacks are a lovely touch. Some reviewers have complained of road noise at the front of the hotel - our room was at the front and the noise was negligible. We could hear the snow plough but we very quickly became accustomed to that and it didn't bother us at all.The bed was incredibly comfortable and there were plenty of pillows (always a bugbear of my fiance's!).The hot tub area is a great place to meet other residents and talk over the day's fun on the slopes. We met Lance, the delightful manager, at the drinks reception on the Friday evening (which we enjoyed far more than expected) and he recognised us whenever we bumped in to him subsequently, which made us feel valued. The spa is a wonderful place to relax and unwind (although the treatments are not inexpensive!) and the massages we received were uniformly excellent. Once we realised that the Mountain Games were going to make finding a table a little tricky over the weekend, we asked the concierge to book tables for us for the rest of our stay, which was done with no fuss and exactly to our requirements. The buffet breakfast is superb, especially the pastries which were as good as I've had outside France, and caters to many tastes. Possibly the best plus is the slopeside concierge - no walking to and from the hotel in boots carrying skis. It's all stored for you about 50m from the gondola, leaving you free to head straight for the bar for the abundant apres action Vail has to offer. We are getting married next year and intend to come back here for our honeymoon. I can't wait!