Sunday, 07 October 2018 00:00

Wyndham Vacation Resorts Steamboat Springs

900 Pine Grove Circle Steamboat Springs, CO 80477 970-879-2931 • Includes Inventory in CLUB WYNDHAM® Access • Managed by Wyndham • VIP Benefits Apply The average temperature is about 105 degrees year-round … in Steamboat’s spring-fed, mineral-rich hot springs. And the climate at Wyndham Vacation Resort Steamboat Springs? It’s always chill, of course. From swimming pools to the steam room to its game room — you’ll find the relaxing and invigorating amenities you crave in between Rocky Mountain adventures, downhill slopes and mountain biking afternoons.

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Sunday, 07 October 2018 00:00

Wyndham Pagosa

42 Pinion Causeway Pagosa Springs, CO 81147 970-731-8000 • Includes Inventory in CLUB WYNDHAM® Access • Managed by Wyndham • VIP Benefits Apply Golf balls definitely fly farther at an altitude of 6,000 feet. Just ask the neighbors. And at Wyndham Pagosa you can golf to your heart’s content on the community’s 18-hole course. You can swim, fish and bike here, too. Beyond the resort, Rocky Mountain National Park — one of America’s treasured playgrounds — awaits your exploration. Its bounty of fun, like skiing and horseback riding, is truly endless. Eagle’s Loft, Elk Run, Masters Place, Mountain Meadows,Ptarmigan Townhomes, Village Pointe

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Sunday, 07 October 2018 00:00

Wyndham Durango

401 East Second Avenue Durango, CO 81301 970-385-9815 • Includes Inventory in CLUB WYNDHAM® Access • Managed by Wyndham • VIP Benefits Apply The train whistle’s blow and the steam engine’s chug will delight the child inside. Careful not to get soot on your ice cream. Wyndham Durango plays along perfectly with its walkable historic district location, so you can easily peruse its shops, pubs and diners. When you’re ready to journey into the wilderness, there are epic mountains and meadows all around — ideal for biking, skiing or hiking.

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Sunday, 07 October 2018 00:00

Wyndham Resort at Avon

75 Benchmark Road Avon, CO 81620 970-748-6600 • Includes Presidential Reserve Suites® • Managed by Wyndham • VIP Benefits Apply Vacation daydreams crest higher than the gondola’s reach, but it’ll give you a good head start. Just step outside to get whisked away. Of course downhill skiing in the Rockies is world-class in the winter, but Wyndham Resort at Avon is a top-tier choice for vacation perfection any time of year. Posh décor, white-glove service and stunning scenery converge to make your stay nothing short of magnificent.

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Friday, 07 September 2018 00:00

Cambria Hotel Ft Collins

Cambria Hotel Ft Collins 2921 East Harmony Road, Fort Collins, CO - 80528 Looking for a hotel near CSU? Take in the beauty of the Rocky Mountains at the Cambria Hotel Fort Collins.

Friday, 07 September 2018 00:00

Cambria Hotel Denver International Airport

Cambria Hotel Denver International Airport 16001 E. 40th Circle, Aurora, CO - 80011 Explore the Gateway to the Rockies at the Cambria Hotel Denver International Airport, a hotel in Aurora, CO.

The Golden Hotel, an Ascend Hotel Collection Member 800 11th Street, Golden, CO - 80401 Treat yourself to a new standard of excellence and a touch of old west charm at the beautiful and unique The Golden Hotel, an Ascend Collection® hotel. Nestled in the majestic Rocky Mountains foothills, this award-winning hotel provides distinctive accommodations in a mountain-lodge style setting. Ideally located in historic downtown Golden, this unique hotel is just 12 miles from the Denver metropolitan business area.

Glenwood Suites, an Ascend Hotel Collection Member 2625 Gilstrap Ct., Glenwood Springs, CO - 81601 The Glenwood Suites, an Ascend Hotel Collection® Member is ideally located in Glenwood Springs, near the John "Doc" Holliday gravesite at Linwood Cemetery. This Glenwood Springs, CO boutique hotel is minutes from Colorado Mountain College, Glenwood Hot Springs Pool, Glenwood Caverns Adventure Park, Hanging Lake, Two Rivers Park and the Glenwood Springs Center for the Arts

Saturday, 17 September 2016 18:17

Raintree at The River Club

Ever since its transformation from mining town to resort destination, Telluride has been one of the major Western hubs for alpine activities. Telluride Ski Resort boasts 1700 skiable acres, 300 inches of snow per year, and a wide variety of terrain that will satisfy beginner, veteran, and expert skiers and snowboarders. The mountain's terrain park was voted 2008 Best Terrain Park in the Rocky Mountains by OnTheSnow.com. Most visitors say that the best part of this wintry playground is that it's never over-crowded; after all, Telluride is the "best kept secret in Colorado".
Overview

The River Club's rustic charm reflects the history of Telluride, nestled in the majestic San Juan Mountains. It is located just along the banks of the San Miguel River at the heart of the historic Depot District. The two and three bedroom residences have all the appointments you'd expect to find in a lavish mountain home, including steam showers and spa/soaking tubs, fireplaces, full kitchens with granite countertops and much more. Let The River Club's fabulous amenities soothe your mind and body.

Telluride, a once-sleepy mining town, is now well known for its activities and events. Its legendary ski areas in the winter and incredible line-up of 20 festivals a year make it a world-famous destination. Ski on world-class slopes with views of 14,000-foot peaks and pristine waterfalls. Treat yourself to a vacation you will never forget at The River Club.

Accommodations


The River Club offers two- and three-bedroom condominiums, which can sleep up to eight guests. Our rooms feature gas fireplace, washer and dryer, cable TV, Wi-Fi, steam showers and spa-style tubs, hardwood flooring, bathrobes, and L'Occitane bathroom products. The resort itself features a Members' Lounge with large stone fireplace, a family recreation room with a Nintendo Wii, a complimentary shuttle service to airport/town, and a complimentary coffee and tea in the Club Room, as well as fitness center, valet parking and an outdoor natural rock jetted tub.

Dining

Most restaurants in Telluride pride themselves on being a grade above the average Rocky Mountains eatery, and their confidence is certainly justified. The Sheridan Chop House, located in the New Sheridan Hotel, is one of the best steakhouses in Colorado. It shares the ground floor of the hotel with the Historic Bar, a venerable establishment that claims to be the oldest bar in the American West. 9545 in Mountain Village serves American fare with French and Italian influences.

For visitors more interested in fine dining, Allred's at the Telluride Ski Resort is one of the premiere restaurants in Telluride, combining a sweeping view of the slopes with dishes like mussel and crawfish appetizers, parmesan truffle fries, and grilled elk. The Cosmopolitan and La Marmotte are two other haute cuisine options that make extensive use of European flavors and use almost exclusively local ingredients.

Destination

Telluride was founded in 1878 as a mining town and quickly became a fixture of the American West. Butch Cassidy robbed his first bank in Telluride, and in 1891, a local entrepreneur joined forces with the famous Nikolai Tesla to build the world's first commercial-grade alternating current power plant just outside of town. Around the turn of the 20th century, a series of labor disputes between the miners and mine owners turned violent and garnered a visit from the Colorado National Guard. Things eventually settled down, and Telluride enjoyed for many decades a peaceful existence as a small, unchanging mountain town.

Then the 1970s came, and brought with them a new crop of entrepreneurs who envisioned a different future for Telluride than a small mining town. In 1972, the first ski lift was installed at the brand-new Telluride Ski Resort, and a new era for this sleepy little town began. Hippies, wealthy tourists, and even drug smugglers began flocking to Telluride, and the anti-growth cries of the local old-timers were drowned out by three decades of explosive economic growth that included a booming skiing industry and the annual hosting one of the most famous international film festivals in the world. By the mid-1990s, Telluride was one of the premier mountain resort towns in the country, and remains so today.

Raintree at The River Club* — Telluride, Colorado — Direct Exchange
ROOM SIZE/SEASONWeek NumbersMONTUEWEDTHUFRISATSUNWEEK
2 BEDROOM
PEAK 7, 51-52 2400 2400 2400 3300 3600 3600 3300 21000
HIGH 1-6, 8-14 2100 2100 2100 2750 3100 3100 2750 18000
MID 21-40, 47-50 1700 1700 1700 2300 2650 2650 2300 15000
LOW 15-20, 41-46 1400 1400 1400 1800 2100 2100 1800 12000
3 BEDROOM
PEAK 7, 51-52 2900 2900 2900 3850 4300 4300 3850 25000
HIGH 1-6, 8-14 2500 2500 2500 3400 3850 3850 3400 22000
MID 21-40, 47-50 2200 2200 2200 2900 3300 3300 2900 19000
LOW 15-20, 41-46 1800 1800 1800 2500 2800 2800 2500 16000

*Supplemental fee per night (paid at the resort): 2BR - $25.00 3BR - $35.00
Full week stays only, with check-in on Saturday for reservations until 5/02/2013 or between 10/26/2013 and 5/01/2014 and check-in on Friday for reservations between 5/03/2013 and 10/25/2013.

Saturday, 17 September 2016 18:03

Raintree at Franz Klammer Lodge

Ever since its transformation from mining town to resort destination, Telluride has been one of the major Western hubs for alpine activities. Telluride Ski Resort boasts 1700 skiable acres, 300 inches of snow per year, and a wide variety of terrain that will satisfy beginner, veteran, and expert skiers and snowboarders. The mountain's terrain park was voted 2008 Best Terrain Park in the Rocky Mountains by OnTheSnow.com. Most visitors say that the best part of this wintry playground is that it's never over-crowded; after all, Telluride is the "best kept secret in Colorado".
Overview

Franz Klammer Lodge, named after the legendary skier, overlooks a valley carved by glaciers, surrounded by the San Juan Mountains of Telluride. After skiing magnificent slopes, slide into an outdoor heated pool or hot tubs, or enjoy a deep pampering massage at our on-site spa. Experience natural majesty with unparalleled personal service at luxurious Franz Klammer Lodge.

Telluride, recognized as one of the top 10 ski destinations in North America, is also registered as a National Historic District, reflecting Telluride's blend of breathtaking outdoor thrills and Victorian charm. Are you in the mood for shopping or dining? Step into the free gondola, waiting to transport you to Telluride.

Accommodations


The Franz Klammer lodge offers two- and three-bedroom condominiums, which can sleep up to eight guests. Our rooms feature custom handcrafted furnishings, Tempurpedic beds, and Italian linens, a master bath with a jetted tub, fireplace, fully-equipped kitchen, and private balcony. The resort itself features access to an on-site private spa and a nearby golf course, heated indoor/outdoor pool, 24-hour concierge service and valet parking.


Dining

Most restaurants in Telluride pride themselves on being a grade above the average Rocky Mountains eatery, and their confidence is certainly justified. The Sheridan Chop House, located in the New Sheridan Hotel, is one of the best steakhouses in Colorado. It shares the ground floor of the hotel with the Historic Bar, a venerable establishment that claims to be the oldest bar in the American West. 9545 in Mountain Village serves American fare with French and Italian influences.

For visitors more interested in fine dining, Allred's at the Telluride Ski Resort is one of the premiere restaurants in Telluride, combining a sweeping view of the slopes with dishes like mussel and crawfish appetizers, parmesan truffle fries, and grilled elk. The Cosmopolitan and La Marmotte are two other haute cuisine options that make extensive use of European flavors and use almost exclusively local ingredients.


Destination

Telluride was founded in 1878 as a mining town and quickly became a fixture of the American West. Butch Cassidy robbed his first bank in Telluride, and in 1891, a local entrepreneur joined forces with the famous Nikolai Tesla to build the world's first commercial-grade alternating current power plant just outside of town. Around the turn of the 20th century, a series of labor disputes between the miners and mine owners turned violent and garnered a visit from the Colorado National Guard. Things eventually settled down, and Telluride enjoyed for many decades a peaceful existence as a small, unchanging mountain town.

Then the 1970s came, and brought with them a new crop of entrepreneurs who envisioned a different future for Telluride than a small mining town. In 1972, the first ski lift was installed at the brand-new Telluride Ski Resort, and a new era for this sleepy little town began. Hippies, wealthy tourists, and even drug smugglers began flocking to Telluride, and the anti-growth cries of the local old-timers were drowned out by three decades of explosive economic growth that included a booming skiing industry and the annual hosting one of the most famous international film festivals in the world. By the mid-1990s, Telluride was one of the premier mountain resort towns in the country, and remains so today.

Raintree at Franz Klammer Lodge* — Telluride, Colorado — Direct Exchange
ROOM SIZE/SEASONWeek NumbersMONTUEWEDTHUFRISATSUNWEEK
2 BEDROOM
PEAK 7, 51-52 2400 2400 2400 3300 3600 3600 3300 21000
HIGH 1-6, 8-14 2100 2100 2100 2750 3100 3100 2750 18000
MID 21-40, 47-50 1700 1700 1700 2300 2650 2650 2300 15000
LOW 15-20, 41-46 1400 1400 1400 1800 2100 2100 1800 12000
3 BEDROOM
PEAK 7, 51-52 2900 2900 2900 3850 4300 4300 3850 25000
HIGH 1-6, 8-14 2500 2500 2500 3400 3850 3850 3400 22000
MID 21-40, 47-50 2200 2200 2200 2900 3300 3300 2900 19000
LOW 15-20, 41-46  1800 1800 1800 2500 2800 2800 2500 16000

*FEES (PAID AT THE RESORT) 2BR - $28.00 NIGHTLY USAGE FEE PLUS $175.00 CLEANING FEE 3BR - $35.00 NIGHTLY USAGE FEE PLUS $210.00 CLEANING FEE
If a reservation crosses over a Sunday, a room change may be required and the cleaning fee will be applied twice. Owners will be notified in advance should a room change be required.

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