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Get everything you want in Vail this summer
I don't know what it is about The Arrabelle at Vail Square, but that property knows how to put an interesting deal together. The RockResort property is adept at finding new and unusual ways to make itself even more attractive (which is hard to do when you consider the quality of the property and amenities). The latest gig is offered in partnership with Kessler Canyon, a wildlife retreat and luxury resort. So, prepare to head out to Colorado for six nights, all-inclusive, for a diverse experience that will take you from the mountains to the mesas.
The package allows for a customizable itinerary, so it's not as confining as most all-inclusive packages. You can have a blast in Vail, then disappear into the Rocky Mountains for a while before heading down to De Beque to experience the mesas (the last being a somewhat magical concept to a child of the northeast who has never seen this type of natural "structure"). The list of activities is long and includes golf, rafting, off-road tours, horseback riding and hiking. If outdoors isn't your thing, lean toward more luxurious activities such as spa treatments and wine tours.
The price may seem a bit steep at $750 per person per night, but it becomes pretty amazing when you keep in mind that it covers everything – including food and booze. The property will also take you to and from the airport (a major headache if you have to deal with it on your own.
If this turns you on, don't put it off. You have to travel by August 23, 2009 to take advantage of this deal.