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May 12, 2008 — With still more than three months to go until opening, the Westin Riverfront Resort & Spa announced last week that more than 65 percent of its luxury residences have been sold.
Situated on the banks of the Eagle River at the base of Beaver Creek Resort, the Westin Riverfront includes 210 wholly owned residences ranging in size from studios to three-bedrooms, all designed with a custom “mountain modern” d้cor, fireplaces, kitchens and five-piece bathrooms. Prices for the remaining units range from $350,000 to $2.1 million.
Other highlights of this $500 million resort include:
Avondale, a restaurant by acclaimed chef Thomas Salamunovich.
A 23,000-square-foot Spa Anjali and the Center for Wellness.
The hotel is on track to be the first luxury resort in Colorado to achieve LEED certification. Innovative “green” programs include the use of roof tiles made from recycled tires, guest recycling stations on every floor and preferred parking for hybrids.
Guests have direct access to Beaver Creek Resort via the Riverfront Express Gondola.
Other amenities include a ski valet, an activity concierge and an on-site fly fishing center.
Developed by East West Partners, The Westin Riverfront Resort & Spa is designed by the architectural firm of Hornberger & Worstell of San Francisco in conjunction with OZ Architecture in Boulder. The interior is designed by Skidmore, Owings & Merrill, LLP, an internationally recognized leader in interior design.
For more information, visit the sales gallery at 126 Riverfront Lane in Avon, or contact Slifer Smith & Frampton Real Estate at (970) 748-5420.
The Westin Riverfront Resort & Spa is also now accepting reservations for this fall, with introductory rates starting at $119 per night and early ski season rates from $249 per night. To book a stay, call (866) 949-1616 or visit www.westin.com/riverfrontavon.
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