• Viewline Resort Snowmass Relaunches After $40 Million Renovation

     
    POSTED March 4, 2022
     
  • Viewline Resort Snowmass Relaunches After $40 Million Renovation

     
    POSTED March 4, 2022
     
  • Viewline Resort Snowmass Relaunches After $40 Million Renovation

     
    POSTED March 4, 2022
     

The slopeside Viewline Resort Snowmass has reopened in the heart of Snowmass Village after a $40 million refresh. Previously known as The Westin Snowmass, this prominent property for meetings and events was purchased in December 2020 and has relaunched with a new name, elevated interior and exterior, and enhanced culinary offerings and guest programming.

The Gettys Group, a hotel design and development firm, managed the renovations and infused the 1960s spirit of Snowmass into this longtime resort, and Davidson Resorts is managing both the property and on-site dining.

Hotel Highlights

  • 254 guest rooms, including 20 suites
  • 24,000 square feet of meeting and event space at the resort and adjacent Viewline Event Center
  • Three culinary outlets including Stark’s Alpine Grill, an all-day signature restaurant; Lobby Bar, the après ski cocktail hangout; and First Chair, an independent coffee house
  • Lupine Spa, a full-service Ayurvedic wellness destination with six treatment rooms, a relaxation area and oversized steam rooms
  • 24-hour fitness center
  • Heated mountainside pool with sundeck and terrace
  • Ski and bike concierge
  • Lupine KidsZone

Meeting & Event Options

The 12 venues are distributed across 24,000 square feet of indoor and outdoor function space on-site and in the adjacent Viewline Event Center. The largest option is an 11,800-square-foot ballroom. Groups of 50 to 500 can be hosted, and amenities include high-speed internet, VIP services, customizable audiovisual services, catering, décor accents and a team of event professionals.

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