Winter sports enthusiasts know that “mountain luxury” has a feel all its own. It means stone fireplaces and beds with big, soft blankets. Heavy wooden furniture and rustic accents. Sipping wine in a hot tub while you admire the snow-covered hills in the moonlight.
But on a ski vacation, you also need the basics: a full kitchen, a washer and dryer, and a handy locker for all your sports equipment. You also need easy access to the slopes and the local stores. Lucky for you, Woodrun Place covers all your needs—from posh to practical—with a few extras thrown in for good measure.
Woodrun Place is a luxury condominium complex tucked on a hillside in Snowmass Village, one of Colorado’s premier ski and snowboard resorts. Units come in all shapes and sizes, from one-bedroom flats to four-bedroom multi-story townhouses. Every unit has its own decorating scheme, giving each one a unique personality. Other amenities include high-speed Internet, a hot tub and heated outdoor pool, a fitness room, and a ski rental shop right there in the locker room.
But the icing on the cake is the property’s ski-in/ski-out access, allowing guests to catch the first chair lift in the morning and stay out after the last lift closes for the day. And at a resort like Snowmass Village—with 91 trails and over 3,000 acres of skiable terrain—you’ll want to make good use of every precious minute. At Woodrun Place, you’re only thirty seconds from the slopes after you leave the locker room each morning. Multiple chair lifts are a short ski away, and skiing back in for lunch or an afternoon rest couldn’t be easier.
And the convenience factor doesn’t end there. From Woodrun Place’s prime location, the dozens of restaurants, bars, and shops in Snowmass Village are less than ten minutes away by foot. But if you’re worn out from a hard day on the slopes, one of the friendly employees can get you there in half the time with a trip in the company van.
I could go on and on about the property, but all those glowing accolades can be summed up in just a few words using ski terms. Falling in love with Woodrun Place? Easy. Finding other lodgings with so much to offer? Most Difficult.
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