Lodging destinations in the Vail Valley are cutting rates and minimum night requirements. Vail Resorts cut their minimum night stay over the busy season from 7 to 5 to promote reservations. Beaver Creek West in Avon, CO at the base of Beaver Creek has eliminated their minimum stay requirements completely so that they can accommodate a variety of travelers during the upcoming holiday time period: “We have eliminated the minimum night requirements to try to fill some reservation gaps during December and early January” – Beaver Creek West GM Mike Bennett states. Beaver Creek West is also offering Ski Packages throughout the season that include: Lodging, Lift Tickets, and Ski Rentals for a discounted price throughout the season. Skiers and Snowboarders of all abilities and places in the country can now come to Vail and Beaver Creek without the ridiculous expenditure associated with a normal trip to the Vail Valley. and The upcoming season will be a treasure for those who make it to the area because Beaver Creek and Vail will be less crowded and more affordable than EVER! With reduced and eliminated minimum night stays, people who can only make it for a short stay will still have lodging choices available during the busy times this season.
A nice and sunny day in the Vail Valley turns into cold snowy paradise. We had our first glimpse of what is coming in the near future for the 2008-2009 ski season. With Vail set to open in less than one month, on Nov. 21, 2008, and Beaver Creek announces they have started making snow to provide the best conditions possible on their Nov. 26, 2008 opening day. A beautiful white morning forecasting an epic season in Colorado. Don’t miss this!