Parents Not Allowed: Antlers at Vail grandparents’ discount makes bringing the kids easier
A chance to bond with grandkids – and to give parents an often much-needed break – are two big reasons behind the trend of grandparent-grandchildren travel. In the spirit of oldster/youngster summer fun, the Antlers at Vail hotel is offering a “Parents Not Allowed” additional 5% discount for grandparents traveling with grandchildren during summer 2016 on any size Antlers guest suite (on top of regular seasonal discounts). “Vail is a summer playground for families,” says Antlers GM Rob LeVine. “On top of the excitement around the new Epic Discovery, we’re happy to arrange any kind of outing – from a ‘lunch with a llama’ hiking experience or Bravo! concert with picnic dinner on the lawn to just wheeling around town on our complimentary cruiser bikes.” And all Antlers at Vail’s suites include perfect-for-families comfortable full kitchens, dining areas and living rooms.

You Go(Pro) Girl Getaway: Girlfriends’ outdoor adventure package – caught on video
 Following on the success of Vail’s new just-for-women ski season offerings, Antlers at Vail hotel is introducing a girlfriends’ getaway that offers the best of outdoor Vail –and captures the fun on a GoPro camera. From sipping mimosas in a guest suite with plenty of room to stretch out, to a zipline adventure and choice of guided hiking or fly fishing, the new three-night You Go(Pro) Girl lodging-and-lifestyle package, Aug. 15 – Sept. 30, 2016, provides a perfect opportunity for women to revel in Vail Valley’s fabulous late summer/early fall weather with their BFFs. The price for the three-night getaway is $386/person based on four women in a two-bedroom condominium and includes Zip Adventures zipline, use of a GoPro camera and harness, Antlers cruiser bicycles for around town riding, passes to Vail Athletic Club, half-day of hiking or fly-fishing, mimosas and more. Package is based on availability. Taxes not included, but as always, Antlers charges NO resort fees.

Bikes, Brats and Beer: Top off this zipline and biking “dudeventure” with a cold one
It doesn’t have to be men-only, but Antlers at Vail hotel’s new Bikes, Brats and Beer outdoor adventure package, available Aug. 15 – Sept. 30, 2016, knows how to turn late summer’s sunny days and cool nights into a great guys’ getaway. Grill brats on a private balcony after zooming down Vail Pass on two wheels, ride a zipline or just kick back in front of the fireplace – and living room big screen – while sipping a cold one with this best-of-Colorado lodging-and-lifestyle trip. Price for the three-night package is $445/person, based on four guests in a two-bedroom condominium, including a Charter Sports self-guided Vail Pass bike tour (with bike rental, helmet, map and shuttle to top of the pass), a Zip Adventures zipline ride, use of a GoPro camera and harness, ‘town bikes’ for in-Vail riding, passes to Vail Athletic Club and beer and bratwurst in your condominium suite fridge. Package is based on availability, taxes not included. As always, Antlers charges NO resort fees.

Antlers Goes GoPro: Free GoPro loaners for guests and summer GoPro film contest
Capturing a summer Vail vacation for posterity just got easier – and those who do it best will earn a weekend stay at the Antlers at Vail hotel. The Antlers makes complimentary GoPro cameras (with mounts) available to guests – just one in the hotel’s long list of unusual amenities. And to celebrate the fun of amateur first-person film, the Antlers – also an annual host to the Outside Adventure Film School – is creating a GoPro contest with a grand prize of a free weekend at the Antlers for the best Vail video. Contest details will be available soon. In the meantime, visitors may want to pick up pro tips by planning a Vail visit during the 2016 GoPro Mountain Games, June 9-12.

ABOUT THE ANTLERS AT VAIL:  The Antlers at Vail offers a relaxed Vail lodging experience in a fabulous mountain setting. In addition to being awarded Vail’s highest-level Platinum lodging rating, the TripAdvisor Certificate of Excellence and GreenLeader status, Antlers was recently named a “Best Ski Hotel for Families” by Curbed Ski. With condominiums ranging from studio suites to four-bedroom penthouses, every Antlers unit enjoys a fully equipped kitchen, fireplace, balcony, daily maid service and complimentary Wi-Fi and parking. For more information visit www.antlersvail.com.



Kristin Yantis

Email: kyantis@myprco.com
Phone: (775) 351-7904
MEDIA CONTACT: Rob LeVine, General Manager, The Antlers at Vail, RLeVine@antlersvail.com, 970.476.2471; Anne Parsons, WordenGroup Public Relations, anne@wordenpr.com, 303.777.7667
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