VAIL, Colo.-- For the first time ever, the Sonnenalp Spa in Vail is offering a discount designed to pamper those who need it most: caregivers and first responders. These silent community heroes can present a valid badge or ID at check-in and receive a 25% discount off of all spa services.
“We are proud to acknowledge the hard work and efforts of caregivers and first responders in our community,” said John Breslin, director of the Sonnenalp Spa. “This is our way of saying thank you.”
Professions include firefighters, law enforcement, active and retired military, teachers, nurses, doctors, EMTs, paramedics, ski patrol, park rangers and mountain rescue. The offer is valid for spouses as well.
Anna Mills, a local nurse, took advantage of the offer and said it’s a great opportunity for other caregivers in the community.
“First responders give so much—they’re such busy people, looking after the needs of others and often don’t get a chance to take care of themselves,” said Mills. “I think what the Sonnenalp Spa is doing is an awesome thing.”
The offer cannot be combined with other discounts or promotions and does not apply to HydraFacial treatments. For more information please contact the Sonnenalp Spa at 970-479-5404 or spa@sonnenalp.com.
About Sonnenalp Resort of Vail:
The Sonnenalp name and tradition of hospitality go back nearly a century to Ofterschwang, Bavaria, where, in a simple ranch house, the Faessler Family opened a hotel that epitomized the finest in personalized service in beautiful surroundings. The spectacular setting in Bavaria inspired the Sonnenalp name – “Sun on the Mountains” – a name that translated perfectly when the Faessler family fell in love with Vail and opened a hotel here in 1979.
Four generations after their humble beginnings, the Sonnenalp Resort of Vail is a thriving part of the family of Sonnenalp Resorts, offering the same warmth and hospitality as the original Bavarian ranch house in a setting of true luxury.



Ariadyn Hansen
Peeples Ink PR, Ltd

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