Ski concierge program at Hotel Talisa |

Ski concierge program at Hotel Talisa

With seasonal and year-round options, Hotel Talisa's Si Concierge Club offers benefits for skiing, dining, relaxing at the spa and more.
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Membership has its benefits at Hotel Talisa as the new Luxury Collection Resort recently launched its Ski Concierge Club, which includes exclusive on-site offerings. From parking to ski storage and special hotel benefits, the Ski Concierge Club provides a great value to locals, second-home owners and regional day skiers.

“With ample parking and our own on-site lift, offering special courtesies to skiers and snowboarders seemed a natural thing to do,” said John Garth, area managing director for Hotel Talisa. “Although our lift was designed for Hotel Talisa guests, it’s open to the public and provides the most convenient way to access Vail Mountain. And, with ski storage, convenient parking, hotel discounts and more, the Ski Concierge Club is a great value, year-round.”

The Hotel Talisa Ski Concierge Club offers two membership levels: individual and family. Seasonal benefits include:

Free ski storage at Venture Sports (Hotel Talisa location), two pair individual members and four per family

Free parking with one vehicle hangtag per individual membership and two per family

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Ski tune and demos, two per individual and four per family membership

Free Aria Club membership through April 30

One complimentary dinner at Gessner, the hotel’s signature restaurant.

Year-round benefits include:

25 percent off best available rate at the hotel and free room updates

20 percent off of dining in Gessner and the Fireside Lounge

20 percent off treatments and products at The Spa at Hotel Talisa

20 percent off of bike rentals and tunes at Venture Sports

20 percent off of ski and snowboard rentals.

Individual memberships are $4,000 and family memberships cost $5,000.

For more information or to become a member of the Hotel Talisa Ski Concierge Club, call 970-479-5954 or visit

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