Contact Rob LeVine General Manager The Antlers at Vail Darla by somewhereinthemiddle

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									Contact: Rob LeVine, General Manager, The Antlers at Vail, 970.476.2471
         Darla Worden, Media Relations, 307.734.5335

                 Antlers at Vail Hotel Offers Fun, Affordable
                    Ski Vacation with Free Family Flicks




         Vail, Colorado—The old adage, “Teach them when they’re young” aptly applies
to the sport of skiing. Just ask any adult who’s been passed by a group of youngsters
whizzing down a snowy slope, leaving a trail of powder in their wake. In Vail, Colorado,
the children’s ski and snowboarding programs are legendary for helping young skiers
master and enjoy the winter sports. The resort offers lessons for people of all ages –
including children’s programs and daycare – plus ski and snowboard equipment rentals to
outfit skiers of all expertise levels. The mountain even includes special children’s
adventure areas like Chaos Canyon with its exciting bumps, jumps, twists and tunnels.
         The Antlers at Vail is well-known as the valley’s most family-friendly hotel.
During the 2004-2005 ski season, The Antlers offers its Free Family Flicks promotion.
Created for those times when young guests – and their parents – want to take a relaxing
break from winter activities, the hotel offers unlimited free children’s videos from its
rental library. A comfortable, family-friendly condominium hotel, The Antlers at Vail is
conveniently located within walking distance of the scenic Vail Gondola. The resort
property offers affordable condominiums ranging in size from cozy studios to spacious
four bedroom units. Every room has all the comforts of home, including full kitchens,
fireplaces, television, VCR, stereo and CD player, free high-speed internet access and
room to spread out. The property includes a fitness room, ski lockers, saunas, heated
parking garage and a beautiful new $2 million heated swimming pool area with two
outdoor hot tubs.
         The hotel’s friendly staff enjoys helping guests plan activities, from skiing and
snowboarding to ice skating, tubing, snowmobiling, snowcat tours, snowshoeing, cross-
country skiing and sleigh rides. On Tuesdays, different members of The Antlers at Vail’s
staff – including General Manager Rob LeVine – enjoy accompanying the hotel’s guests
to the slopes. They’re also happy to help with family dining suggestions and reservations,
from the myriad of Vail restaurants that serve everything from fondue to tapas to pizza.
In addition to the area’s winter sports, the village hosts a number of fun family activities.
On Wednesday nights, a free winter concert series is a popular attraction in the village,
and Vail’s free in-town shuttle service is a convenient way to explore the town’s fabulous
shopping boutiques, art galleries and museums.
         For more information, call 1-800-843-8245 or visit The Antlers at Vail web site at
www.antlersvail.com.

								
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