Antlers at Vail released the following press release on its status as a premier destination in Mountain Living on Monday:
Vail, Colorado – July 19, 2021 – Once known as the quieter side of Vail, Colorado, Lionshead Village “has grown into a thriving destination and community in its own right,” according to the July / August 2021 issue of Living in the mountains. A Destination article in the magazine titled “Lionshead revisited“showcases the family-friendly Vail neighborhood, revealing its many popular perks – including the best choice of accommodation Wood in Vail condominium hotel, “the icon of the community built in 1972 and nestled along peaceful Gore Creek” that “recently underwent a $ 5 million renovation,” writes Living in the mountains.
Lionshead, too, boasts an updated version of its original 1969 charm. The neighborhood underwent major renovations in the early 2000s, but retained its Bavarian-inspired architecture – don’t miss the famous celebrations Oktoberfest – easy outdoor access and friendly demeanor, adding award-winning restaurants, fun boutiques and an art and art park – rich pedestrian layout. âCustomers of all ages relish its laid-back vibe, no-car policy, free transportation and short walk to the village of Vail,â according to the magazine.
One of Lionshead’s main attractions is the Eagle Bahn Gondola, which transports visitors to breathtaking views of majestic mountains and provides access to miles of hiking and biking trails for all ages and abilities. levels. Just 150 yards from the Antlers at Vail Hotel, the gondola takes guests to the top of Epic Discovery Mountain for summer adventures as well as to the famous Vail powder snow in the winter. The Antlers’ supreme location on the “quiet side” of Vail, at the foot of Vail Mountain, is also within walking distance of Lionshead’s restaurants and retail. Another favorite Antlers convenience as outlined in Living in the mountains is the large, year-round outdoor pool with two hot tubs, heated deck, sitting area with fireplace, changing rooms, and enviable views of Gore Creek and Vail Mountain.
The renovation of Antlers at Vail has created a new airy contemporary lobby with ‘a common space for relaxation and gatherings’ showcasing a bas-relief work of art specially commissioned by local artist Bonnie Wakeman, the one of Antlers’ growing art collection scattered throughout the hotel’s public areas. The renovation also includes a new spacious reception area, a new high-speed elevator, and a two-story structure that provides cool office space and floods the lobby with light. Living in the mountains also credits the Antlers with “the commitment to exceptional, personalized service” which “attracts multigenerational families to vacation here summer after summer,” noting that some spend “more than 30 days enjoying the property, from studios to four. bedrooms. units, scenic pool and hot tub and free perks.
“Home from Home” is exactly what the Antlers at Vail have sought out and achieved during their nearly 50 years at Lionshead. Each condominium guest suite includes a full kitchen, spacious living room with gas fireplace, private outdoor balcony and an extraordinary list of free amenities that give guests hassle-free access to things like underground parking, a seasonal shuttle to groceries, yoga classes, and free loan of bikes, snowshoes, and sleds. The community partner hotel has achieved Platinum accommodation rating from Vail and achieved Greenleader status for sustainability efforts ranging from an energy efficient laundromat to free charging of electric cars.
Antlers at Vail, summer guests can enjoy walking at Vail Jazz Festival until September 6, 2021, where more than 50 performances by jazz legends deliver an eclectic mix of live music and a relaxed outdoor party vibe. Other Antlers summer entertainment includes the new 5-day deep dive package, available through September 25, 2021, with bucket list activity options for couples, families, and solo fun seekers who want to fully explore the natural beauty of Rocky Mountain West by bike, horseback , on foot or on the river. Meanwhile, guests of Antlers fall angling can enjoy the return of the popular Flights and flies as a two-night, year-round package that includes a guided wading fly fishing trip and more, with special fall rates offered from September 16 to November 14, 2021.