Save Up To 50 Percent with Antlers at Vail Hotel’s 2012 Spring Snow Package

Up to three nights free, Vail springtime events give skiers plenty to cheer about

Spring skiing at the Antlers at Vail hotel

Photo: JRM353

November 16, 2011 – Vail, CO – “Lighten up” takes on a whole new meaning during spring snow season, when Vail Resort’s 193 trails are uncrowded, lift lines are short, skiers and boarders shed heavy outerwear for lightweight vests and turtlenecks (or for some hardy souls, shorts), and a lighthearted joie de vivre abounds.

“Spring is absolutely one of the best times to experience Vail,” says Antlers at Vail hotel General Manager Rob LeVine, a Vail local for three decades. “April is actually Colorado’s second-snowiest month, and we often have magnificent snow days with plenty of sunshine late in the season.” The conveniently-located Antlers Vail offers its popular ‘Design Your Own Ski Package’ from April 8 to May 20 in 2012. Pay for three nights and the fourth, fifth – and even sixth night is free. A one-bedroom bunkroom that sleeps four people starts at just $355 per night for the first three nights, with up to three additional nights free. Coupled with Vail Resorts’ deeply discounted spring lift tickets and passes, late-season values can’t be beat.

Along with reduced rates, Vail Resorts’ “Spring Back to Vail” promotion features plenty of end-of-the-season activities including on-mountain snow events and street parties. The best party of the year is held at the top of Vail Mountain on closing day – tentatively scheduled for April 15 this year – when many revelers arrive in costume to celebrate another great season. Other attractions include end-of-season concerts, Vintage SkiFest at Beaver Creek, and the World Pond Skimming Championships.

Since 1972, the Antlers has offered a unique Vail lodging experience in a relaxed mountain setting. The Antlers Vail condominiums – named Green Business of the Year by the Vail Valley Partnership Success Awards – is also proud to be a Green Star rated property. 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.

Media Contacts: Rob LeVine, General Manager, Antlers at Vail, RLeVine@antlersvail.com, 970.476.2471; or Darla Worden, WordenGroup Strategic Public Relations, darla@wordenpr.com, 307.734.5335

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Big, Bigger and Biggest Savings

Antlers at Vail’s spring ski deal offers excellent value, up to 50% off

Photo by Jack Affleck

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.

Media Contacts: Rob LeVine, General Manager, Antlers at Vail, RLeVine@antlersvail.com, 970.476.2471; or Darla Worden, WordenGroup Strategic Public Relations, darla@wordenpr.com, 307.734.5335

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