06 Jun

Guide to a Luxury Ski Vacation in Vail: Where to Stay, Eat & Shop

Vail, the largest ski resort in the U.S., is celebrating its 50th anniversary with a series of special events, concerts, ski races and other exciting activities. There has never been a better time to visit Vail one of the most iconic, top-rated ski destinations in the world. A haven for skiers of all levels, Vail offers something for everyone, including non-skiers who simply want to enjoy the alpine experience, luxurious accommodations, great restaurants, spas and boutiques.

Featuring 5,289 acres of skiable terrain consisting of seven legendary Back Bowls spanning seven miles (with wide open skiing and amazing views), Vail offers 193 conventional trails (including one run that is more than four miles long) and a newly opened 22-foot half pipe. As Vail Mountain averages 348 inches of snowfall and 300 days of sunshine per year, its conditions are considered among the best of in the world for skiing.

Vail contains an endless selection of trails from which to choose, regardless of a skier’s ability level. Even better, one common lift ticket enables a skier access to Vail as well as Beaver Creek, Bachelor Gulch and Arrowhead, which offers vacationers a European style village-to-village experience. Vail?s Ski and Snowboard school is world-renowned and caters to all ages and levels of ability. Group lessons are offered as well as private instructors, who are available for both half and full days for up to six people.

Perhaps the most exciting addition to the resort is its brand new high speed gondola lift “One” which offers heated cabins, free Wi-Fi and a speedy and comfortable seven and a half minute long trek up the steep mountain. The state-of-the art gondola, manufactured by Leitner-Poma of America, is the first and fastest of its kind in North America, increasing uphill capacity by 40%. Each cabin comfortably holds ten passengers and travels from the base of Vail Village to Mid-Vail. The gondola also provides a comfortable mode of transportation for anyone wanting to dine on top of the mountain or just enjoy the spectacular views.

One of the most luxurious ways to visit Vail is to stay in a residence that is part of a hotel property. JustLuxe recently visited Vail and its sister resort, Beaver Creek, and found the following to be excellent lodging options, particularly for families:

The Arrabelle at Vail Square (a RockResort) was architecturally inspired by the grand hotels of Europe’s historic alpine villages with its multi-terraced facade. This world-class hotel, which is located in the heart of Lionshead, features 32 lavishly decorated, comfortable guest rooms with canopied beds, fireplaces and private balconies. The Arrabelle also has 25 private residences that range from one to five bedrooms and 1,600 to 4,700 square feet in size. Each residence is outfitted with a gourmet kitchen complete with granite countertops and Viking appliances, fireplaces, steam showers and jetted soaking tubs.

The hotel’s 10,000-square-foot RockResorts Spa is arguably the best in the Vail Valley while its rooftop pool affords beautiful views of the mountains. We were wowed by the Arrabelle╩╝s expansive and luxurious accommodations and were impressed by the ski valet who will warm up your skis and have them waiting lift-side at your command. Nightly room rates range from $399 to $1,599; two-bedroom residences range from $599 to $3,200; four-bedroom residences range from $899 to $6,900; five-bedroom residences range from $1,200 to $6,500.

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The original hotel in Vail, the Lodge at Vail, offers cozy hotel rooms, though its greatest advantage is its central location and proximity to the base of Vail Mountain, a short walk from the new gondola. The Lodge at Vail also offers spacious three-bedroom condominiums adjacent to the property that feature wood-burning fireplaces and are located two minutes by foot from the Vista Bahn Chairlift. Condo guests have access to all hotel services, including use of its in-room dining and housekeeping service, spa, pool, fitness facility, valet parking and concierge. Nightly rates for a Lodge room range from $299 to $1,200; three-bedroom condos range from $799 to $4,500.

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The recently renovated Osprey is an intimate, elegant, modern luxury boutique hotel that is also the closest hotel to a chairlift in North America. The Osprey offers 47 oversized guest rooms and suites (many of which have steam showers) and a two-bedroom penthouse that sleeps six and is equipped with a full gourmet kitchen. Nightly rates for a Lodge room range from $199 to $1,200; two-bedroom suite ranges from $699 to $4,000.

The Pines Lodge is a boutique 60-room lodge with a slope side location that offers breathtaking mountain views and ski-in/ski-out access. The Pines Lodge also offers townhouses and condominiums that feature one to four bedrooms gourmet kitchens, spacious living areas, washers/dryers, fireplaces and balconies. Nightly rates for one-bedroom suites range from $499 to $2,400; Three-bedroom residences range from $799 to $3,900.

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Located at the base of the mountain, the Ritz-Carlton Club features Bavarian-style architecture. The property offers luxurious residences with two, three and four bedrooms, modern, open kitchens with granite countertops, formal dining areas, fireplaces, balconies, steam showers, soaking tubs and laundry rooms. There’s even a grocery stocking service that fills your refrigerator with all of your favorite foods before your arrival. Each unit was professionally decorated in a unique style. Guests receive personalized attention from the property’s concierge as well as twice daily maid service. Nightly rates for two-bedroom residences range from $499 to 3,200; four-bedroom residences range from $799 to $6,000. Note: Several units are available for purchase, ranging in size from two bedrooms to five bedrooms, with prices from $2.3 million to $8.9 million.

Situated long the slopes of Bachelor Gulch and only a few steps away from the Bachelor Gulch Express Lift, Snow Cloud condominiums are ski-in and ski-out units with full access to the adjacent Ritz-Carlton, Bachelor Gulch as well as all of its amenities. Snow Cloud condos are outfitted with gourmet kitchens, spacious and luxurious living areas with wood beamed ceilings and stone fireplaces. Nightly rates for a four-bedroom condo range from $1,500 to $5,000. (Photo courtesy of Snow Cloud)

There’s nothing better than indulging in a relaxing spa treatment after a hard day on the slopes. JustLuxe visited several spas during our visit to Vail. Here are the ones that impressed us the most:

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Arguably the most luxurious spa in Vail, this stunning facility offers eleven treatment rooms, his and her wet rooms equipped with oversized steam rooms, saunas, whirlpools and beautifully furnished relaxation rooms. There’s also a fitness center with state-of-the-art exercise equipment and weight stations. We were impressed by the spa’s attention to detail, including the slices of cucumbers atop the iced washcloths in the wet rooms and the delicious grapefruit sorbet served to guests upon the end of a treatment.

This spa is conveniently located in the heart of Vail Village and a short walk from the base of Vail Mountain. The 7,500 square foot spa features eleven treatment rooms, beautiful his and her wet areas featuring several steam rooms of varying temperatures, saunas and whirlpools. It also offers a 3,500 square foot fitness center and a movement studio for yoga, stretch and Pilates classes.

Vail has a wide variety of restaurants from which to choose, but we narrowed down the selection to include only our favorites:

Vail’s newest on-mountain restaurant is a ski-in ski-out fine dining experience complete with table service. At the 10th, skiers are able to take off and store their ski boots and borrow a loaner pair of comfortable slippers to wear while they dine. The restaurant features spectacular views of the majestic Gore Range as well as the Look Ma and Challenge Trails. The 10th offers modern alpine cuisine and is open for lunch and dinner as well as for après ski. Non-skiers can reach the restaurant via the new “One” heated, high-speed gondola. Lunch is offered daily, though dinner is only offered Tuesday through Saturday. Reservations are recommended. (Photo credit: Ric Stovall, Vail Resorts)

Located in the Lodge at Vail, in the heart of Vail Village, Elway’s is a fairly new restaurant in town and arguably the best steakhouse west of Denver. Its menu features hand-cut prime steaks, fish, crustaceans as well as a delicious dessert menu, an innovative cocktail menu and an extensive wine list. Reservations are recommended.

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Known for its stunning views, Game Creek, which is a private club open only to members for lunch, offers a restaurant open to the public for dinner on Tuesday through Saturday. The beautiful restaurant features American style cuisine made with regional and seasonal ingredients. Located on Vail Mountain, the restaurant is only accessible by the club’s “Club Cat” Snowcat. Reservations are required.

This namesake restaurant was opened by celebrity chef Nobu Matsuhisa in collaboration with Nobuko Kang and is located in a stunning modern setting in the Solaris Building of Vail Village. The restaurant offers a sushi menu in addition to wide array of other Japanese specialties ranging from Broiled Black Cod with Miso to Australian Wagyu Beef Tataki. We suggest making reservations.

This restaurant, which opened in Vail Village in 1977, remains one of the most popular restaurants in town. Its eclectic menu features contemporary cuisine made with organic ingredients and sustainable food sources. Reservations are suggested.

The newest restaurant in Vail, Mountain Standard was opened by the owners of Sweet Basil, one of Vail’s veteran restaurants, in January. Set in a contemporary tavern setting with a state-of-the-art open kitchen, Mountain Standard specializes in dishes made over a wood burning grill and rotisserie. The restaurant also offers an extensive wine list and a wide selection of locally produced beer on tap. The restaurant is open for both lunch and dinner as well as for après ski. Reservations are recommended.

There are many interesting boutiques, ski shops and art galleries in Vail, but our favorite by far is Gorsuch. One of the original retailers in Vail Village, Gorsuch features home furnishings as well as the latest in fashions, for men, women and children, for both on and off the slopes, from such international designers as Brunello Cucinelli, Etro, Montcler, Frauenschuh, Roberto Cavalli and Bogner, among others. The company was founded by Renie and David Gorsuch who met as members of the 1960 US Olympic Ski Team. The company, which also includes a mail-order and online business, remains family-owned and operated.

There’s no better time to visit Vail than during its 50th anniversary during which a whole host of events are planned.

A fascinating documentary about the history of Vail and its founding will be shown at 5:30 pm on January 31, February 7, February 21, March 7, March 21, April 4 and April 11 at the Lionshead Welcome Center. The film, by Vail-based filmmaker Roger Cotton Brown, was made in honor of Vail’s 50th Anniversary Celebration and features interviews with the resort’s founders and other notables. Tickets are free of charge on a first-come, first served basis on the day of each show and can be picked up at the Lionshead Welcome Center beginning at 9:00 am.

The Winter Mountain Games from February 8 to 10 will feature performances by professional and amateur athletes as well as music, art and other activities.

The Burton U.S. Open, the world-renowned snowboarding competition will take place in Vail from February 25 to March 2, marking the first time the event has not been held on the East Coast since its founding thirty years ago. The event will draw more than 100 of the world’s best riders for four days of progressive Halfpipe and Slopestyle competitions.

Ski Heritage Week will take place from April 8 to 14, and feature the U.S. Ski & Snowboard Hall of Fame annual induction ceremony.

The annual ╩╗Spring Back to Vail” annual party from April 8 to 14 will close out the ski and snowboard season with concerts, parties, pondskimming and more.

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31 May

No Splinters Here: These 5 Luxury Log Cabins Are a Must-See

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Once upon a time, the words "log cabin in the woods" brought to mind a rustic getaway built from rough-hewn logs, with a fireplace inside and an outhouse in the back.

But now that rustic chic has gone upscale, the humble wooden cottage has given way to the multimillion-dollar wooden lodge. These luxe properties offer high-end amenities like screening rooms, music rooms with grand pianos, wine cellars, chef’s kitchens with double islands, and even smart home systems that you can operate from your phone.

About the only thing these opulent abodes have in common with their humble predecessors is their street addresses. Think countrified names like Frying Pan Road, Possum Kingdom, Lariat Road, and Rustic Canyon. And they’re still found out in the woods, among trees that mirror the logs in the walls. Come with us on a tour of some of the sweetest private mountain lodges you’ll ever see.

Price: $7,995,000

Lodge-inspired home in Los Angeles Realtor.com

The most expensive cabin we’ve seen lately sits smack dab in the middle of a mountainous area of Los Angeles known as Rustic Canyon, between Santa Monica and Pacific Palisades.

Modern or Mediterranean-style homes are the norm in this area, so this cabin is a refreshing anomaly. The neighborhood—which once served as a bohemian retreat for Hollywood icons such as Walt Disney, Clark Gable, and Will Rogers—is dotted with 1920s cabins from movie sets.

Owners Marla and Larry Butler wanted to preserve the California coastal-meets-country lifestyle by constructing a 6,195-square-foot estate on a property that once housed one of these cabins. They used original materials from the cabin, such as the stones that now surround the grand fireplace.

Eucalyptus trunks flank a seating nook and support the balcony above.

The split-log framing is made of fallen lodgepole pines from Montana. Elsewhere in the home, original furniture and several light fixtures, windows, and a double Dutch door, have also been incorporated. There are even original cartoons of the neighborhood’s pioneers, including Rogers and Harry Haldeman.

Cartoons of the men who founded the place. realtor.com

The new home, with its six bedrooms and 5.5 baths, was completed in 2014.

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Price: $2,750,000

This luxe log cabin is far bigger than it appears.

Don’t let the main cabin exterior fool you—there are 7,207 square feet of living space in what could be described as an Alpine village in Island Park, ID, near Yellowstone National Park. The main cabin was built in 2003 and comes fully furnished, from the china to the grand piano.

Two-story great rooms and stone fireplaces are common in luxury log cabins.

It also features a theater room with a stage, a chef’s kitchen with an indoor grill and barbecue, a game room with an ornate billiard table that will remind you of an old saloon, plus six bedrooms, all powered by a geothermal heat pump. It’s the perfect luxury take on an Old West adventure.

This posh lodge near Yellowstone even has a home theater.

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Price: $3,800,000

A luxury stop between Aspen and Vail realtor.com

Located almost halfway between Vail and Aspen, this property includes 118.93 acres of forested land. There’s hiking, Alpine skiing, and fishing—the latter in your own recirculating pond or the nearby Ruedi Reservoir. There’s also a large workshop where you can tinker with your snowmobiles.

The kitchen has a massive fireplace and top-of-the-line appliances.

The cabin has four bedrooms and 3.5 baths, with fireplaces in the family room, bedrooms, and kitchen. The mountain views from almost every window are stunning.

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Price: $1,995,000

This cabin near Telluride is a ski-in, ski-out property. realtor.com

Located near Telluride, CO, this posh property allows owners to live in luxury while they attend the world-famous film festival in the fall, or hit the slopes in the winter. There’s a ski run just a short way down the drive and across the street. The potential rental income from discerning vacationers could cover monthly payments and then some.

A large spa on the deck is a year-round luxury. realtor.com

Spring and summer in the lush woods are no hardship, either. The retreat has four bedrooms, 4.5 baths, a living room with a fireplace and vaulted ceiling, a chef’s kitchen, and an office/living/bunk space in the loft. There’s also a spacious caretaker’s unit.

Kitchen and dining area realtor.com

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Price: $2,600,000

This lakeside cabin in Texas is massive. realtor.com

Everything is bigger in Texas, and this log "cabin" is no exception. It sits on Paradise Point in the town of Possum Kingdom Lake. Though the town’s name may sound a little creepy, there is nothing odd about this waterfront home in a planned community that includes equestrian activities, tennis, volleyball, a skeet range, softball, a restaurant, and a marina.

A big cabin in Possum Kingdom Lake realtor.com

The luxury home has five bedrooms, six full baths, and two half-baths in 7,805 square feet of space. There are unique, high-quality finishes throughout. The rooms are big enough to herd cattle, if you weren’t worried about them gouging the Venetian plaster walls.

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25 May
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5 Reasons to Plan a Summer Vacation in Vail, Colorado

Vail might first come to mind as a fantastic luxury ski locale (indeed, it is!). But don’t be fooled by this seasonal reputation: It’s also an incredible destination for families in the summer months. In fact, visitors are often surprised to find they love it even more at this time of year.

The views and the summer activity options in Vail are limitless
Best Summertime Things to Do in Vail, Colorado

It’s easy to spend a full week in Vail with children of any age, as there is a nice balance of beautiful scenery for leisurely downtime and high-energy activities that the kids will be talking about well into the school year. We’ve outlined five favorite ways to spend time in Vail in the summer, as well as our insider tips.

Ropes courses, ziplines, tubing and alpine coasters are a few of the activities offered at Epic Discovery, Vail’s mountaintop summer experience
Mountaintop Adventures

Our review of Vail’s recently developed Epic Discovery mountaintop experience is detailed here. This is an absolute must, and worth both the time and financial commitment to experience with kids. Plan to spend at least one full day immersed in all there is to see and do. Epic Discovery is accessed by the Eagle Bahn Gondola (included in the Epic Discovery pass); as of2017, kids ride the gondola free with an accompanying adult. There’s also a new 36-foot rock climbing wall.

Our expert Family Vacation Advisors can book vetted kid-friendly accommodations, create a custom itinerary and more. Click to send us a request >

TIP: Book your Epic Discovery pass for the beginning of your trip so that if weather doesn’t cooperate, you can make adjustments. It also gives you time to book a second day if one day isn’t enough!

Vail has amazing fly fishing opportunities, so families should consider booking a lesson
River Activities

What goes up must come down, and in Vail, all that snow leads to the gorgeous Gore Creek that runs right through the village. On summer evenings, it is common to see families spread out on blankets on the grass areas that line the creek bed, with kids splashing around in the gentle rapids. You can also arrange for fly fishing lessons and river rafting experiences in the area.

TIP: As long as the kids are wet from the creek, make a stop at the Children’s Fountain in Vail Village for more water fun. Don’t forget a change of clothes!

Betty Ford Alpine Gardens is a great all-day destination for relaxation and fun

My favorite discovery of my summer trip to Vail was the Betty Ford Alpine Gardens. This is an absolute gem for families with kids of all ages and interests, but especially those with children a bit too young for some of the action on the mountaintop. It is completely free — wander in from your village accommodations or drive in if you’re staying elsewhere in the region. Here you’ll find botanical gardens, natural play areas, sports fields, nature centers, concert venues, treasure hunts, easy hiking paths and more. Pack a picnic and a soccer ball, and plan to spend a day here enjoying it all.

TIP: Yoga in the Park takes place here throughout the summer, if you’re looking for a unique exercise experience.

Vail has two villages: Lionshead and Vail, both of which feature pedestrian-only avenues perfect for family strolls
Village Exploration

Families come to Colorado in summer for the mountain air and outdoor adventure, but spending time exploring Lionshead Village and Vail Village makes for a nice change of pace. It’s easy to get between the two by hotel shuttle, public bus or a short walk. In Lionshead, don’t miss Rimini Gelato for a sweet treat. In Vail, be sure to devote at least one afternoon/evening to playing on the field turf in the center of the village, following by a nice dinner (I loved Matsuhisa and Mountain Standard). There is also a pirate-themed playground for really young kids. In poor weather, try the upscale cinema and bowling alley right in the village.

TIP: The Vail Public Library in Lionshead Village allows anyone to get a library card, even non-residents. It’s a perfect place to stock up on books or DVDs to enjoy during your stay.

There are hiking trails and bike paths to suit every age and ability in Vail
Hiking and Biking

Round out all these wonderful adventures with some amazing hikes — you’ll find great trails at the tops of the mountains and many throughout the valley region. The wildflowers are really impressive throughout the summer, and most of the region is protected national forest. Mountain biking is becoming increasingly popular here in the summer as well, and you can easily rent bikes to fit all sizes. If you’re worried about steep uphill climbs, know that the gondolas can accommodate bikes (you need a special pass); just ride down the mountain afterward. There are also more than 15 miles of paved recreational paths in the area, should you want a more leisurely biking experience.

TIP: If your kids hate the effort of long hikes, consider booking a llama-riding experience. Such a unique and memorable way to see the beautiful mountain scenery without all the complaining about tired legs!

Colorado residents have a saying: Come for the winter, stay for the summer. Visiting families will find they feel the same after a summer trip to Vail.

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Browse all family-friendly accommodations and activities in Colorado on Ciao Bambino

Mountain-style comfort for families at the Lodge at Vail

Editor’s Note: Nicole was hosted by Vail Mountain. As always, opinions are our own at Ciao Bambino. Photos by Nicole Wiltrout and Vail Mountain.

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24 May
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Luxury Cabin Vail Options For Your Particular Needs

Do you know where to find luxury cabin Vail options? There happen to be quite a few on the market at this moment in time and most times so you need to look into this right away. This is especially true if you plan to get a cabin anytime soon and want to make sure you’re making the right decision.

Learn how much you are going to need to spend to live in an apartment every month. It is very important that you do not spend too much money because if you don’t have enough to rent a luxury cabin then you could end up getting evicted from it. It is a much better idea to factor in the cost of electricity and anything else you will be responsible for so that you don’t end up losing your luxury cabin when you least expect to have something like that happen.

There are a lot of cabins on the market right at this point in time so you have to look through the listings carefully until you find what you want. When you are looking at listings make sure you sort them by the latest time so you get the most up-to-date information on what is on the market. If you are having a little trouble finding something then you may need to check again in a few days. Sometimes people take a while to move out of a cab and and a lot of people are renting the same cabins at the same time. It’s a matter of getting lucky sometimes, so don’t give up if you don’t find what you need the first time you try.

The more careful you are with how you do your work on researching this kind of thing, the better. You really want to make it a point to get an awesome luxury cabin, especially if you are spending a lot of money on this.

24 May
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Luxury Cabin Veil Choices You Can Make

If you want to get luxury cabin Veil places to rent or to buy, you need to know what to look for. When you are trying to get a cabin that is luxurious you need to be careful because some are good and some are not going to be that well received by you and your family.

You are going to need to carefully research the cabin before you rent it. See if you can find out more about its history and who owned it in the past. You can generally find out a lot about a cabin on the Internet if you search for the name of it. It’s important that you don’t rent a place until you understand what it comes with, how big it is, and what it looks like. And you should always go to check it out in person so you know whether or not it has a problem you should know about.

Is the cabin actually going to be that much different than a regular cabin? What does it come with when you rent it? Some places will come with furniture and everything that you need even if you are just running the place. This can make a great vacation home if you need one or you can just use it to stay at when you want to get away from the city for other reasons. Contact the company that is renting the cabin out to people and see what they say about what it comes with and why it’s a good idea to write.

Look carefully at every option you have in the way of luxury cabins in Veil. You’re going to have to do a lot of research because you don’t want to rent a place that is going to end up not meeting the needs that you and your family has when it comes to renting a cabin.

23 May
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Boulder-based InvitedHome works like a high-tech Airbnb for million-dollar homes

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Through a combination of technology and hospitality, InvitedHome creates an effortless rental experience for guest and host alike.

BOULDER, Colo. – It’s safe to say that Airbnb is one of the best-known names in vacation rentals but a Boulder company is quickly making a name for itself as a leader in the high-end rental space.

InvitedHome began in 2008 as a vacation rental management company in Lake Tahoe and has since grown into a full-service management and booking service for million-dollar homes in some of the country’s most popular destinations.

CEO and co-founder Michael Joseph says the company grew out of a desire to make it easier for homeowners to rent out properties they don’t use during most of the year.

“Owners of high-end luxury homes needed a company that could care for their home and maintain their home and really be the primary caretaker of the property,” Joseph said. InvitedHome does all that and moved the entire process online.

Unlike similar services like Airbnb and VRBO, InvitedHome takes care of every aspect of the rental, from marketing and reservations to cleaning and maintenance. A property’s owner barely has to lift a thumb and guests can rest assured that everything will be on the up-and-up.

“We made it as easy as staying at a hotel,” Joseph said.

Given the high level of service and the fact that homes rented out through InvitedHome are generally valued in the $1 to $10 million range, the price tag is higher than Airbnb and other services. Joseph said the average price per night in Telluride last winter was $970 a night. In Telluride alone, hosts earned $1.9 million during the season, compared to $1.4 million for Airbnb hosts, and with far less inventory.

“Our homes are all hand-picked and we focus only on high-end luxury homes in luxury resort destinations,” Joseph said.

The service is currently available in 10 locations: Vail, Colorado; Beavercreek, Colorado; Jackson Hole, Wyoming; Breckenridge, Colorado; Maui, Hawaii; Telluride, Colorado; Santa Barbara, California; Lake Tahoe, California; Steamboat, Colorado; and Emerald Coast, Florida.

In each city, InvitedHome has staff who can help with any issues or even make recommendations for places to eat or things to do.

A big part of what sets InvitedHome apart is its recently-launched proprietary HomeCraft technology, which Joseph said is “purpose-built for the needs of luxury homeowners.” The system tracks everything you can possibly imagine: What’s stocked in the kitchen, individual cleaning needs of each room, the make and model of every appliance and instructions for using various pieces of equipment. It even determines rates based on supply and demand.

The system coordinates cleaning before and after a rental and also keeps track of everything in a home that might need maintenance – like appliances or the home’s roof – and sends the homeowner an alert when an item needs to be serviced or replaced.

“It’s the equivalent of going straight from horse and buggy to driverless car,” Joseph said.

Joseph said InvitedHome has lofty goals for the future. The company aims to make its way to more of the country’s top vacation destinations – think Utah ski towns, California wine country and the eastern seaboard – within the next two or three years.

“Our goal is to really become the undisputed leader in luxury vacation rentals,” he said.

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