Our 1 bedroom remodel continues steady and strong; thanks to all who have contributed. Since May 6th, you can now see its progress and direction.
Still not yet a kitchen
Close to being the vanity
So far, a great looking shower
As the snow melts and the sun plays peek-a-boo, the Antlers at Vail is still at work. Besides staying open and preparing for the summer season, our need to keep the Antlers in full bloom consists of remodeling. Currently, one of our 1 bedrooms is undergoing construction in which there will be a new kitchen, bathroom vanity, and bathroom. Because the construction continues, there are only pictures of before and now…
STAY TUNED FOR ITS PROGRESS.
Antlers offers Free Lodging for June ‘Voluntourism’ WeekendThe Antlers was recently awarded “Vail Valley’s Green Business of the year”. One of many green programs we do each year is our Highway Clean-up in June. This year if you wish to join us for Saturday/Sunday June 20-21, we’ll pick up your room bill for Sunday night ($235 value) ! All you have to do is join us for a couple of hours Sunday morning and help us pick-up the highway. A bonus is that the Antlers has the section up on Vail Pass with some of the best views in the state. We start around 10am and finish around noon. Last but not least, when we return to the Antlers, we all enjoy a free picnic lunch down at the Antlers pool.
You Can book this on-line June 20-21 or just give us a call.
Vail All The Love campaign is making it even more possible for you to enjoy Vail as your backyard. Perks include spectacular savings on Vail Snowsports School, mountain dining venues, and Adventure Ridge outdoor activities. For example:
Piney River Adventures Snowmobiling is offering 15% off any general or lunch snowmobiling tours, now through February 8 Adventure Ridge fans can enjoy 50% off any activity like tubing, ski biking, kids snowmobiling, and more, and also the Arrabelle is giving 2 for 1 ice skate rentals.
If we don’t offer you a Vail All The Love card at check-in, please remind us. For a detailed list of savings from other businesses, visit www.vailallthelove.com.
The Colorado High Country exploded with color once again this past September/October . Usually all the leaves are down in the Vail Valley by the second weekend in October, but we have a good grove of aspens across Gore Creek from the Antlers that are still hanging on.