Westin Hotels’s Snow Collection

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Westin Hotels’s Snow Collection

They are like snow white pearls on a necklace of mountains stretching across North America. Five gorgeous properties, standing tall like castles on snow, the alpine jewels of the Westin family of hotels.

[list-ul type=”star”][li-row]The Westin Riverfront Resort & Spa
Beaver Creek Mountain, Colorado.[/li-row][li-row]The Westin Monache Resort
Mammoth, California.[/li-row][li-row]The Westin Resort & Spa
Whistler, British Columbia.[/li-row][/list-ul]
[list-ul type=”star”][li-row]The Westin Trillium House
Blue Mountain, Ontario.[/li-row][li-row]Le Westin Resort & Spa
Tremblant, Quebec.[/li-row]

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Five hotels synonymous with luxury, comfort and the feeling of home – when home is where your skiing and snowboarding heart is.

Dotted across this great continent, all five of these mountain palaces are located at premier North American ski resorts, each one with it’s own charm and a million great reasons to visit. These properties offer a wide assortment of guest residences ranging from single suites to three-bedroom condominiums complete with custom kitchens and gas fireplaces – and yes, they all have Westin Heavenly Beds which truly are…heavenly!

Here’s a quick peek at what you’ll experience if decide to visit…

The Westin Riverfront Resort & Spa, Beaver Creek Mountain, Colorado

The Westin Riverfront Resort & Spa sits in the shadow of Beaver Creek, Colorado’s famed Birds of Prey World Cup race course – the center of the alpine ski racing world every year in early December.

Ranked #2 on Condé Nast Traveler’s 2013 list of the “Top 50 Ski Hotels” in North America, The Westin Riverfront Resort & Spa is what most luxury ski hotels aspire to be. With it’s own gondola, ski valet, kids club, year-round pool, three infinity edged hot tubs, and luxury spa facilities, all of your pre-ski, on-ski and après-ski needs will be met in the style and comfort you’d expect from a world-class ski hotel.

Oh…and don’t be surprised if you bump into The Riverfront’s “Resident Gold Medalist” ski racing superstar Mikaela Shiffrin working out at the Athletic Club…she’ll be the woman pumping iron with Olympic and World Cup medals jingling and jangling around her neck! [link url=”http://www.westinriverfrontbeavercreek.com/”]Visit Wesite[/link]

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The Westin Monache Resort, Mammoth, California

When you’re a hotel located 45 minutes away from Yosemite National Park, possibly the most beautiful place on earth, there’s a good chance gorgeous panoramic views and incredible vistas will be part of your scenic portfolio.

The Westin Monache Resort, in the heart of California’s sunny Eastern Sierras is just that kind of place. Incredible skiing, riding and breathtaking scenery at a 5-Star hotel smack, dab in the heart of The Village at Mammoth, with everything you need right outside your door.

Restaurants, shopping, and the Village Gondola are just a few steps away. No long walks, muddy parking lot shuttle rides miles from the slopes, and a great airport connected to the hotel by a complimentary shuttle means more skiing – less hoofing – and as we all know, nobody likes hoofing! [link url=”www.westinmammoth.com/”]Visit Wesite[/link]

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The Westin Resort & Spa, Whistler, British Columbia

If location, location, location are your top three must haves on a ski hotel check list – The Westin Resort & Spa, Whistler is the place for you because it has all three!

Located in “position A” as they say in golf parlance, this hotel is just a few yards from the gondolas servicing Whistler and Blackcomb mountains, the twin behemoth’s that hosted the 2010 Winter Olympic Games.

An all-suite, full service hotel and spa at North America’s biggest ski resort (200 trails and more than 5,000 ft of skiable vertical on each mountain) the Westin Resort & Spa, Whistler does however have a down side.

While it’ll take you about 5 seconds to walk to the bevy of gondolas and lifts that’ll take you up mountain – you are at least 7-10 seconds away from the 150+ restaurants, cafes, lounges and bars, and 200+ retail shops in Whistler Village – yes, disappointing indeed! [link url=”http://www.westinwhistler.com/”]Visit Wesite[/link]

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The Westin Trillium House, Blue Mountain, Ontario

You could visit the The Westin Trillium House, Blue Mountain because it’s a luxurious ski-in/ski-out hotel at the foot of a fantastic ski resort connected to an unbelievably bustling village overflowing with shops, bars and restaurants.

You could also visit because you’re hankering for a romantic spa getaway.

But you might also want to visit because it’s located on the spectacular Niagara Escarpment, one of the world’s natural wonders, and recognized by UNESCO as a World Biosphere Reserve, a landscape marked by wetlands, streams, massive cliffs, waterfalls, beaches and beautiful rolling hills.

Situated just two hours northwest of Toronto, Canada’s biggest city, on the shores of beautiful Georgian Bay (the views of Georgian Bay when you’re skiing are incredible!), The Westin Trillium House hotel is part spa oasis, part ski castle. If this hotel’s numerous pools and hot tubs aren’t enough – The Westin Trillium House’s neighbor, the world famous Scandinave Spa, will be a relaxation experience unlike any you’ve every seen before. [link url=”http://www.westinbluemountain.com/”]Visit Wesite[/link]

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Le Westin Resort & Spa, Tremblant, Quebec

Imagine what it would be like to stay an a majestic French Chateau in the heart of a magical pedestrian ski village with colorful buildings, world class skiing, and some of the best restaurants and chic shops just steps outside your hotel.

No need to imagine, this dream is real and its called Le Westin Resort & Spa, Tremblant, a mere 80 minute drive from Montreal, the Paris of North America.

With multi-million dollar renovations completed in 2014, Le Westin Resort & Spa is one of the jewels of Mont-Tremblant – Quebec’s most famous ski resort, voted #1 ski resort in Eastern North America by Ski Magazine for the seventh consecutive year.

Tremblant has it all – skiing, snowboarding, tubing, ice climbing, cross-country skiing, dogsledding, snowshoeing, snowmobiling, skating, ice-climbing, saunas, hot tubs, an outdoor saltwater pool, massages, a world class spa (Amerispa), crepes, baguettes, pain au chocolat, maple syrup taffy on snow, fondue and that amazingly gooey French Canadian delicacy called Poutine (French fries, gravy and cheese curds) – a winter wonderland with a French twist just waiting to be discovered. [link url=”http://www.westintremblant.com/”]Visit Wesite[/link]