Part of the Collective Retreats brand of luxury camping retreats located in stunning locations--places where traditional hotels simply can’t exist--offering luxury tents with 1,500 thread-count sheets and over-bed chandeliers and locally sourced decor, (yes, there are beautiful bathrooms, too.) Collective Retreats provides chefs to create a farm-to-table feast under the stars each night, which leads into gourmet s’mores around the campfire.
Collective Vail is a stunning glamping site near Vail, Colorado, just 25 miles west of Vail and 20 miles east of Eagle Airport. Tucked away in the breathtaking Colorado mountains, this property is both a breath of fresh air and a chance to try something new. Because this is not an area filled with hotels, guests will get a unique, outdoor experience, and they’ll truly escape the rest of the world for a bit. Collective Vail, a Retreat at 4 Eagle Ranch, offers a remote escape in an easily accessible location. This retreat overlooks 1,000 acres of working ranch land, and gives guests the uncommon opportunity to connect with nature while also enjoying five-star comforts.
Available accommodations offer a little something for every travel style, from the rustic comfort of the Summit Tent to the eclectic elegance of the Journey Tent. The luxury tents are uniquely outfitted with local decor and furnishings and feature plush king beds, outdoor private decks with Adirondack chairs, and private en-suite bathrooms. Your stay includes a complimentary breakfast, which is served at Three Peaks Dining Lodge and includes a mix of healthy and hearty options such as seasonal fruit, yogurt, omelettes, and plenty of fresh juice and coffee. Their staff offer a variety of lunch and dinner options at additional cost, including a nightly farm-to-table dinner under the stars. Each evening, all guests are invited to join sunset campfires with complimentary gourmet s’mores and beverages, and they are also happy to arrange private dinners or other custom experiences.
Set on a working ranch, Collective Vail is the perfect place to reconnect with nature, yourself, and maybe even try out some of the best mountain dweller activities. From horseback riding to hiking and wine tastings, there’s a wide range of entertainment and activities to make you feel like a local.