Not one, not two, but three of the top travel trends for 2018 are addressed in the latest package being offered by the amenities-packed and Platinum-rated Antlers at Vailhotel in Vail, Colorado. ( more)
Ski season 2019-20 just got a lift from the announcement by Colorado’s Antlers at Vail hotel that the popular and affordable Vail Valley lodging will soon embark on a $4 million renovation. As soon as Vail Mountain Resort completes its 2019 closing festivities in April, construction will begin on Antlers’ lobby and connected areas – including an efficient new elevator – that will raise the guest welcome experience to the same Platinum-level status the guest suites have enjoyed since 2015. ( more)
To give guests a top-of-the-line meeting and events experience, Lion Square Lodge, managed by Wyndham Vacation Rentals, announced the start of a $1.25 million renovation of its meeting space. The project will include significant upgrades and design enhancements that embrace the property’s rustic lodge atmosphere and stunning surrounding scenery. ( more)
An emphasis on travel that offers “more personalized, transformative experiences, intended to inspire even the youngest adventurer and his or her parents” is a top 2017 family travel trend according to international family travel website essentialkids.com. In keeping with the trend, a new summer vacation package from Antlers at Vail promises to test family mettle with active adventure in Colorado’s Rocky Mountains from the back of a horse – and on an alpine coaster and zipline – all while capturing the memories on a GoPro camera. The Horsin’ Around family adventure is available June 15 – Aug. 15, 2017, offering three nights' comfortable lodging and two memorable days’ activities starting from $1,460 for a family of four. ( more)
For the third year, Antlers at Vail hotel will host a special free mountain getaway weekend for Colorado nonprofits – and the list of invitees continues to grow. “We keep adding to our list,” says former Antlers at Vail GM Rob LeVine, who conceived the idea of a May “Pay It Backward” event – a play on the more familiar “Pay It Forward” concept – to thank those who work so hard to help others. The recently retired LeVine continues to be involved with Pay It Backward, this year inviting almost 50 Front Range organizations to participate in the May 12-14, 2017, weekend escape.
The hidden hikes, the best steak in town, the off-the-beaten-track bars, the unbeatable shopping bargains – these are all insider tips that visitors to the Vail Valley wish they had from the get-go. Now they can, with the Ultimate Vail 30-Day Live Like a Local package from Antlers at Vail. ( more)
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