Antlers at Vail’s New Package Gives Guests the Chance to Kick Back and Relax
Antlers at Vail’s condominium suites range from studios to four-bedrooms, each equipped with a gas fireplace, full kitchen and space to lounge after a day of skiing.
The purpose of taking vacations is to relax, but make no mistake — there are times where they can still be exhausting. For example, after a day of skiing on the slopes, you just want to take some time to sit down by a nice, warm fire and rest. The Antlers at Vail hotel in Vail, Colo., wants to make that time as enjoyable as possible with its new Room, Boards and Bottles – Stay and Après package.
Through this offering, guests can enjoy a private après-ski experience with a chef-prepared charcuterie board and wine or local beer in their condominiums, which feature a gas fireplace, flat-screen TV and a private balcony where they can enjoy the mountain air and views. The suites — which range from studios to four-bedroom units — also are individually decorated and have fully equipped kitchens, dining areas and living room space.
The complimentary charcuterie board also offers guests a wide range of cheeses and meats, chicken and tuna salad, pickles, olives, vegetable crudité, hummus, gluten-free crackers and a sliced baguette. In addition, the hotel offers guests the opportunity to rest their sore muscles in its two creekside hot tubs and its year-round heated pool.
Anters at Veil starts the Rooms, Boards and Bottles — Stay and Après package at $932 plus tax for three nights in a studio suite. Guests also can order food from local restaurants, including Garfinkel’s, which specializes in traditional American pub food, and El Sabor, which serves authentic Mexican cuisine.
Stay and Après package at $932 plus tax for three nights in a studio suite. Guests also can order food from local restaurants, including Garfinkel’s, which specializes in traditional American pub food, and El Sabor, which serves authentic Mexican cuisine.