Winter Park > Any City Park
Winter Park Mountain Lodge • Winter Park, CO
- A Two-Night Stay for Two in a Mountain- or Forest-View Deluxe Room from April 23 to June 14 ($139) or June 15 to September 15, 2012 ($159)
- Bottle of Champagne
Dictionary.com defines a park as "an area of land, usually in a largely natural state, for the enjoyment of the public." And enjoy you will with an Escape to Winter Park, Colorado.
While the surrounding mountains may be extremely rugged, the accommodations at the Winter Park Mountain Lodge are anything but. Take in the view of the soaring peaks from floor-to-ceiling bay windows during a two-night stay for two in a mountain- or forest-view deluxe room ($139 from April 23 to June 14, 2012; $159 from June 15 to September 15, 2012), complete with a bottle of champagne and access to amenities like a pool, hot tub, and sauna.
A two-wheeling excursion is a must, considering the area is one of the best mountain-biking destinations in the Rockies, and three chairlifts give you access to more than 37 miles of downhill trail action at Trestle Bike Park. Kick back with your fishing pole, zoom down Colorado's longest alpine slide, or raft the thrilling Colorado River.
Free summer events at the base of the mountain include Cowboy Sing-A-Longs, Nature Talks, and Family Movie Nights, and pints at the Cheeky Monk Belgian Beer Cafe promise to please.
While many visits to parks include picnic fare, you'll find much better fixings at the lodge's Moffat Station Restaurant and Brew Pub, where you can dine on dishes with local flair—such as buffalo meatloaf or blackened trout—and enjoy mountain scenery.
The next day, once you are acclimated to the altitude, hike Byers Peak for a nice reward: views of the Indian Peaks Wilderness, the Gore Range, and Middle Park.
Far better than any city park or greenway, the grass is, in fact, greener and the pines are taller in Winter Park. Consider the Rocky Mountains your newly adopted recreation area with this week's Escape.
"The staff was friendly, knowledgable, helpful, and pleasant, including the restaurant staff. The location was excellent and quiet, and frequent door-to-door shuttles made getting around easier."-- TripAdvisor
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the fine print
- Vouchers may be combined to extend stay
- Reservations required; subject to availability
- Not valid on group or existing reservations
- Merchant cancellation/re-scheduling policy of 7 days in advance of scheduled arrival; voucher subject to forfeiture
- Based upon double occupancy; fees apply for each additional person
- Blackout dates: July 4-7, 2012 and July 20-21, 2012
- Voucher cannot be combined with any other discounts, vouchers, or gift certificates
- 4.1% resort fee and 8.9% tax not included and will be collected at redemption
- All deal components must be redeemed during one stay
- Other conditions apply • PAID AND PROMOTIONAL VALUES EXPIRES ON September 15, 2012 • PAID VALUE DOES NOT EXPIRE • PAID VALUE EXPIRES ON September 15, 2017 • PROMOTIONAL VALUE EXPIRES ON September 15, 2012 • Enjoy By September 15, 2012
Other conditions apply
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• Cannot be combined with any other offer or promotion
• Tax and gratuity are not included
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- 51% savings