Beat The 2020 Blues at Ritz-Carlton Bachelor Gulch.
Haute Living featured our client @ritzcarltonbachelorgulch as a top ski resort to beat the 2020 blues.
"Colorado has some incredible terrain, and Beaver Creek is hands-down one of the best of its mountain resorts. With an average snowfall of 325 inches, 1,832 skiable acres and 150 trails, there’s more than enough to keep any skier or snowboarder busy. For slope-side access with style, stay at the Ritz-Carlton, Bachelor Gulch, which, thanks to its own chairlift, abundance of outdoor space heaters, twinkling lights and comfortable seating, offers one heck of an après-ski experience. Come to hit the slopes, but stay for offerings like its outdoor Moët & Chandon champagne and raw bar, located mountain-side in front of a roaring outdoor fire; limitless outdoor adventures, including fresh tracks snowshoeing; a world-class, 21,000-square-foot spa sanctuary with a heated outdoor pool and hot tubs; and, new for the 2020 – 2021 season, Sakaba, a sushi lounge serving traditional Japanese cuisine, with fresh fish flown in daily from Japan," writes Laura Schreffler of Haute Living.
Read more about the Ritz-Carlton Bachelor Gulch and plan your next day on the slopes here.
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