Vail ski mountain opens with at least one run (we hope for more!) on Friday November 19th. Snow is expected most of this week, so we are keeping our fingers crossed. For opening weekend, the Antlers at Vail lodge is offering a Vail lodging special $168 rate on all Studio suites and One Bedrooms. They all have mountain views and a full kitchen. There will also be giveaways and a band, called the Big Gigantic, in Lionshead opening weekend.
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As part of the Vail Restaurant Month the Antlers at Vail will be presenting a seminar on healthy diet for your dog. For most of us our pets are an extension of our family, and like our family we want to keep them as happy and healthy as we can for as long as we can.
Ben Nelson, DVM, with over 34 years of experience as a practicing Veterinarian, will cover Diet necessities for your dog to live a long, healthy, and active life. Dr. Nelson, a Biology professor at New Mexico Highlands University along with his General Veterinary practice, has extensive hands on and educational experience with many of the common canine ailments.
This event will feature a 45 minute presentation by Dr. Nelson and a 45 minute question and answer session.When: Sunday October 3, 2010 Time: 10:00am to 11:30am Cost: Lodging package $145 for a studio condominium and 1 space for seminar. Additional attendees or without lodging $25 per person. $20 for Eagle county residents.
For the Week of September 27 – October 3 Antlers will be feature some activites to help you and your family get back to “nature” first is a Yoga class lead by instructor Tracy Long, this class will be for beginner and and experienced a like followed by a lunch presented by Antlers in house caterer Chef Barry Robinson. Over lunch participants will learn about some healthy cooking techniques and Chef Barry will share some of his favorite healthy recipes.When: Saturday October 2, 2010 Time: Yoga 10:00am to 11:15am Lunch starting at 11:30am. Where: Antlers at Vail Swimming Pool Deck (weather permitting) Cost: Lodging Package $170.00 for a studio condominium and 1 space for yoga and Lunch. The fee for additional attendees or guests without lodging is $50 (including Yoga Class and Lunch
Market to Table Week September 20th through 26th!
During this week Antlers at Vail will be featuring a cooking demonstration, learn how to prepare a simple yet tasty meal using the freshest of ingredients. After the Demonstration participants will be able to enjoy the wonderfuly prepared meal.
First Course: Gore Range Summer Salad, Organic greens and vegies with grated Cortija Feta, seasoned lightly and left to macerate for 30 minutes
Second Course: Shaved Tuna Ceviche, Herbal Garden Greens, Avocado Salsa and Organic Blue Tortilla Chips
Dessert Course: Best Natural Banana Ice Cream with fresh berries and a Grand Marnier Juice
When: September 25th
Where: Antlers at Vail Swimming Pool Deck (Weather permitting)
Time: 1:00pm to 4:00pm.
Price: $170 Lodging package includes Studio or 1 Bedroom condo for either the night of Sept 24 or 25th and entrance for one person to the demonstration. Additional people are $50.
Please join the Antlers in house caterer, Chef Barry Robinson for an afternoon of great food. Special packages and rates available please contact the Antlers at Vail for more information at 800-843-8245 or email us at email@example.com
For more information on other events happening around Vail during the Restaurant Month visit www.vailrestaurantmonth.com
Congratulations to April Ramker, winner of Vail Restaurant Month’s “Great Yoga Sweepstakes” sponsored by all of us here at the Antlers at Vail (http://www.antlersvail.com/)! Our karmic winner receives a transcendentally blissful fall package for two, including lodging and tickets for a complete day of nirvana at the Antlers at Vail hotel on Saturday, October 2: Hatha Yoga Class, Healthy Recipe Seminar and an Organic Live Food Luncheon & Tea! For more information on all of the activites happening around Vail during this event please visit the Vail Restaurant Month web site, www.vailrestaurantmonth.com
Stop the Presses. What a Deal. How Can We Do It? A Night Free and It’s This Much Fun? Save The Date. COMING UP THIS SATURDAY
If you’ve never participated in a highway clean-up, you don’t know what your missing. The Antlers is offering a free nights vail lodging if you would like to join us for a couple of hours in the morning to “pick up” our adopted stretch of I70 at the top of Vail Pass.
All you need to do is join us around 9:30 AM on Saturday the 21st of August. We will be transporting all the lucky participants to the promised land, we do our deed, and then enjoy a BBQ lunch afterwords. We have been doing this since 1988 and the party gets better every year. The best part is you get to keep anything of value you might find along the road ( money, tires, sweatshirts, un-opened pop cans, to name just a few things ).
Check out the SPECIALS tab at the top of our web page for the greatest deal in August ever offered.
Antlers at Vail Offers Value, Autumn Adventures for Canines & Companions
Vail, Colorado – May 10, 2010 – Kenneling the family dog during a vacation can be ruff — er, rough on everyone. That’s why the Antlers at Vail hotel has licked the dilemma by welcoming four-legged guests and stocking a bottomless bowl of dog biscuits in the front lobby to help canines feel at home the minute they arrive. “We recognize that many people consider their dogs to be full-fledged members of the family,” says general manager Rob LeVine, owner of Magpie, a 15-year-old dog of ‘mixed’ descent. ”We offer dedicated rooms just for pet owners, and our staff is always happy to recommend canine-friendly activities in the area.”
Many families travel to Vail in the autumn, when the Rocky Mountains are blanketed in gold as the region’s famous aspen trees change color. There are a number of spectacular areas in and around the Vail Valley to view the glorious foliage, including plenty of pet-friendly hiking trails. Ania Savage, author of “Best Hikes with Dogs: Colorado” recommends a trek to nearby Wheeler Lakes as a scenic half-day hike for families and canines. “The meadow and the lakes offer a lovely spot for some dog frolicking and a picnic lunch,” she says. For a day hike, Savage suggests Pitkin Lake as a “strenuous-yet-satisfying hike because of the continuous presence of clear, gurgling Pitkin Creek, the shaded trail, and meadows where there is plenty of room to romp and roll among the summer grasses and wildflowers.” The Antlers at Vail staff can provide guests with additional information and directions to both trailheads.
The Antlers offers special savings of 25% off on autumn lodging from September 7 through November 17, 2010, with rates for a one-bedroom pet-friendly suite starting at just $210 per night. Autumn is a wonderful time to experience the Vail Valley; summer crowds are gone, the days are sunny, the evenings are cool — and the values can’t be beat. Along with the stunning scenery, Vail has numerous autumn festivals and events including the always-popular Oktoberfest (Sept.10-12 and 17-19, 2010) and new this year, Vail Restaurant Month (Sept. 20 – Oct. 17, 2010).
Since 1972, the Antlers has offered a unique Vail lodging experience in a relaxed mountain setting. Recently named the ‘Green Business of the Year’ by the Vail Valley Partnership Success Awards, the Antlers Vail condominiums is also proud to be a Green Star-rated business. With condominiums ranging from studio suites up to four bedrooms and plenty of space to spread out, each room at the Antlers offers all the comforts of home including fully-equipped kitchens, fireplaces, outdoor balconies, free Internet access and free parking in a heated indoor garage. The Antlers Vail is conveniently located in the Lionshead area of Vail with numerous restaurants, galleries and shops within walking distance, and the free Vail town shuttle stops just footsteps away. For more information, call 1-800-843-8245 or visit the Antlers web site at www.antlersvail.com.
Antlers at Vail’s spring ski deal offers excellent value, up to 50% off
Vail, Colorado —March 8, 2010—Cherry blossoms may be budding in some parts of the country, but Colorado gardeners know that April is typically the state’s second-snowiest month. The biggest April snowfall on record was in 1933, when the state received a whopping 33.8 inches of snow. This April, the Antlers at Vail – just footsteps from the ski resort and gondola – offers its ‘Spring Snowball Savings’ deal with lodging discounts that increase incrementally for longer stays. Coupled with Vail’s abundant snow and springtime sunshine, skiers can enjoy Vail’s best at amazing prices.
Offered April 11 – 18, 2010, Antlers Vail lodging discounts range from 10% to 50% off depending on the length of stay:
Stay 1 night – save 10%
Stay 2 nights – save 20%
Stay 3 nights – save 30%
Stay 4 nights – save 40%
Stay 5 nights or more – save 50%
More good news for skiers and boarders: Vail Resorts is offering deeply discounted multi-day lift tickets from April 12 through closing day (tentatively scheduled for April 18) for just $199, good for up to 7 days of skiing. Vail’s closing day party is a longstanding tradition; each year, hundreds of revelers – many in costume – gather at the top of Vail Mountain to celebrate another great season. “It might be snowing sideways or bright and sunny, but one thing is a constant: the party will go on,” says Antlers GM Rob LeVine, a Vail local for more than 30 years.
Since 1972, the Antlers has offered a unique Vail lodging experience in a relaxed mountain setting. The Antlers Vail condominiums – With condominiums ranging from studio suites up to four bedrooms and plenty of space to spread out, each room at the Antlers offers all the comforts of home: fully-equipped kitchens, fireplaces, outdoor balconies, free Internet access, complimentary parking in a heated indoor garage, a heated pool and hot tubs with million-dollar views. The Antlers Vail is conveniently located in the Lionshead area of Vail with numerous restaurants, galleries and shops within walking distance, and the free Vail town shuttle stops just footsteps away. For more information, call 1-800-843-8245 or visit the Antlers web site at www.antlersvail.com.
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