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Timbers Resorts, one of the largest independent developers and operators of private boutique resorts and residence clubs, today announced an expansion of its brand to Kaua’i and plans to develop and manage 450 acres on the island’s southeast coast. Hōkūala, which means “rising star” in Hawaiian, will become the newest resort in the Timbers portfolio, which currently includes the #1 Resort in Europe, Castello di Casole, and the #2 Resort in the U.S., The Sebastian – Vail by Travel + Leisure Magazine. 

The Sebastian-Vail, A Timbers Resort (rooms from $495 per night, executive suites from $795 per night, thesebastianvail.com) has unveiled its 84 redesigned guest rooms, and added a new category of one- and two-bedrooms executives suites. And be sure to invoke the help of the new adventure concierge—they can set up a variety of activities (try curling!).

The Sebastian-Vail, A Timbers Resort (rooms from $495 per night, executive suites from $795 per night, thesebastianvail.com) has unveiled its 84 redesigned guest rooms, and added a new category of one- and two-bedrooms executives suites. And be sure to invoke the help of the new adventure concierge—they can set up a variety of activities (try curling!).

Timbers Resorts recently announed an expansion of its brand to the Hawaiian island of Kauai and plans to develop and manage 450 acres on the island’s southeast coast. Hokuala, which means “rising star” in Hawaiian, will become the newest resort in the Timbers portfolio, which inludes The Sebastian in Vail.

Timbers Resorts recently announed an expansion of its brand to the Hawaiian island of Kauai and plans to develop and manage 450 acres on the island’s southeast coast. Hokuala, which means “rising star” in Hawaiian, will become the newest resort in the Timbers portfolio, which inludes The Sebastian in Vail.

The Sebastian, un autre cinq étoiles qui fait un tabac à Vail, notamment à cause de son bar, le Leonora...

The Sebastian – Vail, ranked the number 12 resort in the U.S. in 2015 by Travel + Leisure, Vail’s newest boutique hotel is popular for its art-filled public spaces, high-end cocktail lounge, and mountain-view pool and hot tubs.

The Sebastian - Vail, a Timbers Resort, trends more Miami than Alpine. Miamians, who are used to being surrounded by art in commercial settings, fell like they're back home with original paintings by famous Mexican muralist Manuel Felguérez and icicle sculptures by Seattle glass blower Scott Chambers.

Back in Vail, check into your well-appointed and cozy room at The Sebastian – Vail – A Timbers Resort. If you still have the energy, take a stroll around Vail’s quaint village (just outside the doors of the hotel), then come back for a massage at the spa. At night, grab a cocktail at Frost, the hotel’s bar, then relax a little more with a dip in the heated pool and hot tub.

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Where to Stay: The hip Sebastian-Vail, A Timbers Resort, recently unveiled its 84 redesigned guest rooms—all featuring high-end touches like iPod home systems and flatscreen TVs.