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August 15, 2011 (Girdwood, Alaska) – The transition from summer to fall is always bittersweet at Alyeska Resort. Skiers and riders have started a countdown to opening day, while the avid hikers and bikers would prefer to extend their season for just a few weeks more. Between mid-September and opening day at the ski area, scheduled for Wednesday, November 23, 2011 (conditions permitting), Alyeska Resort offers Alaskans aggressive deals on lodging and a tranquil experience without the hustle and bustle of summer visitors. A short 40 miles, along the scenic Seward Highway, the resort offers Southcentral locals a getaway without the hassle of busy summer crowds.
The Hotel Alyeska’s featured amenities, including the saltwater pool, on-property full-service spa and select restaurants, keep business going strong in the fall. The surrounding nature trails from the popular Winner Creek Trail to the active North Face Trail are open to the public. There will be few scheduled seasonal closures including Seven Glaciers Restaurant, Sakura & Sushi Bar, and aerial tram rides. Information on hours of operation is available online at AlyeskaResort.com. The featured fall packages are valid from September 12 to November 23, 2011 and full package descriptions including any relevant fine print are available online.
New! Breakfast in Bed Package – The Hotel Alyeska is excited to introduce this new package offering a one-night stay in a upgraded deluxe room, in-room breakfast for two and $50 resort credit valid on purchases around the hotel. The package is available starting from $169 per night based on double occupancy.
Getaway Package – The fall season is particularly precious in Alaska due to its short nature. The Getaway Package reflects 30% in savings and includes an one-night stay and $50 in resort credit valid on purchases throughout the resort including dining, shopping, spa services and more. Standard rooms are available starting from $149 per night and deluxe rooms from $169 per night based on double occupancy.
Veuve Clicquot Romance Package – Recognized by Travelocity as one of the most romantic hotels in the U.S. , The Hotel Alyeska tempts local couples with the affordable and luxurious Veuve Clicquot Romance Package. The package includes one-night deluxe accommodation, bottle of chilled Veuve Clicquot champagne, glasses and travel sleeve, and breakfast with a starting price of $199 per night. Guests can also add a 50-minute couples massage to the package for $230 per couple. This package is only available to guests 21 years of age or older.
Alyeska Family Package – The new and improved Alyeska Family Package has doubled the room for any family. This fall’s package includes two connecting rooms and two in-room movies, one large two-topping pizza and sodas, and $75 value in resort credit. The resort credit can be applied for purchases at the resort including dining and shopping. The package is available starting from $289 per night per family.
Stress Relief Package – This package bundles an upgraded room at The Hotel Alyeska with $100 in credit valid for any treatment or service of your choice at the spa. The Spa at Alyeska offers classic treatments such as relaxation or deep tissue massages, Alaska Glacial™ Facials, as well as specialty bundles such as the Trilogy or Art of Lift Packages which combine a number of select services for a complete experience. The package savings is over 30% off regular rates and available starting from $199 per night, based on double occupancy.
Early Bird Winter Savings – With a tease of termination dust already recorded, winter snowsport enthusiasts have even more reason to look forward to the upcoming ski season. Reservations for The Hotel Alyeska made between September 15 to October 31, 2011 for stays during the 2011/12 ski season will receive an additional savings of 25% off.
To learn more about the fall resort packages, please visit www.alyeskaresort.com or call Alyeska Resort Reservations at 800-880-3880 or 907-754-2215.
* The promotional package pricing is based on double occupancy, and subject to availability, taxes and fees. The packages require advanced reservations. Other restrictions may apply.