Six Senses & Four Seasons Pitched for Development
The Mountain Village Design and Review Board (DRB) is considering several hotel projects in the Mountain Village. Both are right in the core, but are massive projects and will reshape Mountain Village as we know it. Read more about the two proposed hotels below.
This hotel, designed for lot 109R is currently in the very beginning stages of the approval process.
The applicants have requested several amendments to the PUD, including adjustments to density, increasing the average height of the proposed development, and requesting a replat to adjust boundaries around the property.
The proposed design concept has a minimum of 62 hotel rooms, employee housing, condos, lodge units and commercial space. The proposal has been submitted by Six Senses, a luxury hotel brand.
The current design sketches submitted for review include a curved, multi-floor building with a flat roof. The PUD from 2010 allowed a building height of 88 feet and 9 inches, and the current design is 96 feet and 8 inches. Additionally, the original PUD approved one employee apartment, while this project has a current request of 18 dormitories that would sleep three people each, as well as two employee apartments.
Click here for more information on the current proposal and project and take a look at the lot below.
The Four Seasons project has been in the works for a bit, with the land acquired and approved in 2021. The 2.8-acre property, Lot 161C-R, is adjacent to the gondola and Village Core and was sold by the Town of Mountain Village to the developers for $9m.
However, in February, the Mountain Village DRB decided they needed more time to discuss the proposed development on Lot 161 CR and the adjoining Pond Lots near the Village Center. The current application includes a 50-room hotel, 46 residences, 37 lodge units and 31 condominiums. Current concerns include the height variance of 95.5 feet, gondola access, loading dock and garbage area, the flat roof and materials used.