Solaris Residences: Luxury vail Ski Accommodations

This property has some of the newest and most expensive vacation rentals in the Vail Valley. The Solaris Residences and public plaza were completed in 2010 and this quickly became one of the most notable building in Vail Village. Guests who are staying here enjoy easy foot access to the mountain and surrounding pedestrian village.

Solaris Residence Accommodations

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These multi-million dollar residences are all privately owned. They are all brand new and feature the latest technologies and luxury decor. Most of these residences were priced in the $5 million – $15 million range when they were built. These residences have all of the amenities of a custom home. Studios have a spacious 900 sq ft of room. The largest penthouses have as much as 6,600 sq ft.

Here are some of the common features that you will find in all of the residences here…


Recommendation; If this type of luxury residence property interests you, you should also check out the Four Seasons Residences in Vail Village and the Ritz-Carlton Residence Hotel in the Lionshead Village base area.

Solaris Property Amenities

Solaris has a private spa with 3 treatment rooms that is only open to guests who are staying at Solaris. Experience a full range of spa treatments, enjoy the indoor pool and hot tub located on this property.

See further down on the page for more information about the world-class restaurant; Matsuhisa!.

Solaris Plaza

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This public plaza is located just outside of the Solaris Residences and this newly created area is a focal point of Vail Village. There are a wide variety of gift shops and restaurants surrounding an outdoor ice skating rink here. Highlights include Bol; a new stylish bowling alley and bar unlike any other, and Cinebistro; a movie theater/restaurant that is also located by the ice rink. Cinebistro has a full service restaurant that serves dinner right at your movie seat.

During the summer months this ice skating rink is covered with an astro turf and this functions as an event space for concerts and other village events.

Solaris Guest Services

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Many of these services can be summoned via the smart home controls in your residence. By all accounts the staff here seems to be operating at a 5-star level. You can expect that they will be able to accommodate all of your needs.

Solaris Restaurants and Bars

Matsuhisa Vail – This Japanese restaurant is owned by world-renowned Chef Nobu Matsuhisa. Matsuhisa is located inside of the Solaris building on the main level, and this is surely the best sushi restaurant in Vail. Diners can enjoy wonderful views of the mountain and village through the floor to ceiling windows. Most of the Sushi and Sashimi dishes are about $10. Entrees are generally in the $30 – $40 range. Don’t be shy, try some of the Japanese specialty dishes that have helped to make Nobu a world famous chef.

Bol – Located in the plaza outside of the building; this unique bowling alley and lounge is open during the evening serving appetizers, entrees, and specialty cocktails. The kitchen will stay open until 11pm and the bar and bowling alley will be open a bit later.

Cinebistro – This venue is even more unique than Bol. This movie theater serves a full dinner menu to guests while they watch a movie. The theater is equipped with a state of the art sound system. Cinebistro is located in the Solaris Plaza amongst the storefronts that surround the ice rink.

Nearby Conference & Meeting Facilities

Here are some of the nearby conference centers that are best equipped to host a large group event or corporate meeting.

Vail Cascade – The largest conference center in the Vail Valley – this resort has its own chairlift and the most extensive fitness facility in the Vail; including an indoor basketball court, indoor tennis courts, mini running track, and a long list of different workout facilities.

Vail Marriot (Lionshead) – This is a great meeting and conference facility in Lionshead Village. This big advantage of this hotel over the Vail Cascade is that it is located in close proximity to the ski mountain and right in the base area village. This is likely one of the top 3 most popular conference venues in the Vail Valley.

Sebastien Hotel – Located on the edge of Vail Village; this hotel can accommodate large group functions with as many as 350 people at a time. Guests have quick access to Vail Village and the in-town shuttle.

Solaris Check-In/Check-Out

Check-in: 4 PM

Check-out: 10 AM

Solaris Luxury Condo FAQ

Where can I find vacation deals on Solaris condominiums?

Click on the “Check Rates” links at the top and bottom of this page to look for deals at Solaris, also on the main Colorado Ski Deals page.

How long does it take to get to the Gondola from here?

Gondola One (formerly the Vista Bahn Express) is about a 5 minute walk away through Vail Village. The Eagle Bahn Gondola requires a short bus ride and walk through Lionshead Village – this journey should take less than 15 minutes. You can find more info about the gondolas here – vail gondola info.

How many people can sleep in one of the Solaris luxury condos?

3 bedroom vacation rentals can sleep up to 6 people. 4 bedroom rentals can accommodate 8 people

Are there ice skate rentals available here?

Yes, there is a venue that rents ice skates next to the rink.

Is there onsite parking for non-guests who are coming to Cinebistro, Bol, or Vail Village?

Yes, a portion of the Solaris parking garage is designated for the public. There is a cost for parking, but if you are visiting one of the Solaris shops or businesses you can get your parking validated. The Vail Village transportation center is also located a few steps away from the Plaza.

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