The Hythe has 344 luxurious rooms, many of which have a fireplace and a kitchenette. The resort is nestled at the base of Vail Mountain, where guests can easily access the gondola from some of North America’s top skiers, explore a plethora of outdoor experiences designed for each season, or take in the dozens of shops. and art galleries along the charming and bustling cobbled streets of Lionshead Village. The Hythe serves as a gateway to Vail’s most exciting and desirable experiences, whether guests seek to go on exclusive alpine excursions or rejuvenate at the on-site recovery-focused spa.
The namesake of Hythe, “haven,” will be fully appreciated by guests with rooms and suites offering elegant and opulent spaces, creating a real respite. The interiors of The Hythe are inspired by the origin of the village of Vail and the beautiful surrounding nature that has led people to this incomparable destination. The pioneering spirit, camaraderie and mutual love of skiing is felt in every high design element. Adorned with elegant bespoke furniture and artwork, the lobby entrance immerses guests in a majestic and serene setting of the Rocky Mountains. Punctuated with 60s glamor touches and historic ski references, the space brings guests an unprecedented sense of festivity. Visitors will be drawn to thoughtful and clean design details, such as the local Colorado calacatta marble quarried from the Rocky Mountains, the carved wood art inspired by the local pastoral tradition of the Arborglyphs, the textured marble floor to evoke snow which falls on the landscape, the carved black stone of the walls and wood panels of Douglas fir siding inspired by an alpine chalet.
Mile High Well-being
Guests of The Hythe will have access to a world-class spa and wellness offerings focused on recovering the signature Well & Being Spa. The spa will house a recovery salon designed to prep and recover mountain explorers using native ingredients, such as cherry and pine. The spa will offer innovative treatments such as an anti-altitude oxygen bar, halotherapy and Vail’s only Himalayan salt lounge. The spa will keep guests of all skill levels ready for every outdoor adventure that awaits them. With an elegant and calming design, the Well & Being spa is tonal, textured and infused with scents of alpine flora, changing seasonally to match the scents.
Mountain meetings and personal events
The resort features the premier meeting space in Vail with 29,000 square feet of indoor and outdoor space, comprising over 20 sophisticated Alpine-Modern style rooms. Highly personalized service, unique arrival and departure gifts, and signature offerings are shared with guests to honor the same passion the legendary founders of Vail Ski Resort felt upon ascending the summit. Guests of the event will have access to The Hythe’s “Inspired stewards” provide masterful execution, innovation and service to all participants. For couples looking for a unique place to say “I do,” The Hythe will offer rare experiences and truly unique wedding packages. All couples will be matched to a “Steward of romance”, to meet all aspects of their wedding needs, from selecting a venue and booking a musical act, to arranging unforgettable moments for their guests while they are on the property.
Mountain cuisine with Colorado dishes
Offering a series of unforgettable epicurean moments, The Hythe will house four new culinary spaces that blend seamlessly into the heart of the resort. With a friendly and modern feel, The Hythe dining concepts are destined to become the must-see destination in Vail – for hotel guests and visitors alike. Whether it’s fueling up to hit the slopes with a morning coffee, enjoying a multi-course dinner with friends, or having a nightcap after a fun day at Vail, dining experiences at Hythe will be based on a deep appreciation for the local land, its nourishing properties and the passion shared over a meal.
Most notably, The Hythe’s farm-to-table dining concept, “Margie’s Haas,” is a tribute to Margie Haas, resident and beloved local cook of the WWII era. Celebrating her flair for lodging, the restaurant is inspired by the Haas homestead where soldiers of the 10th Mountain Division en route to Denver stopped for one of Margie’s home cooked meals. The restaurant offers contemporary alpine cuisine with a new approach to classic recipes and ingredients. Lit by modern chandeliers accompanied by long farmhouse tables, wood, earth tones with touches of metallic bronze, the feeling of comfortable home in an atmosphere of effortless sophistication will serve couples, families, friends and groups. business. Led by Executive Chef Patrick Dahms, the menu brings a modernized concept from his 35 years of experience in Alpine cuisine, inspired by his upbringing in Germany and his travels in South Tyrol, Italy and the Austrian Alps.