Vail Cascade Resort & Spa Announces $30 Million Renovation

Gregg Pate, managing director for the Vail Cascade Resort & Spa, recently announced the property will undergo a $30 million transformation over the next 18 months to enhance the leisure guest experience and position the resort as a leading meeting facility in the Vail Valley. The Vail Cascade will be significantly updated with physical and experiential improvements that will capitalize on its distinctive setting along Gore Creek. The renovations at the Vail Cascade will be implemented in two phases over the next 18 months to minimize impact guests. The first phase of the renovation begins this summer and ends in December prior to the holiday season. Phase one enhancements include a new coffee bar and market, an executive conference facility, enhancements to existing meeting space, fitness center locker rooms, as well as the guest room upgrades. Phase two of the renovations begin the spring of 2008 with the air conditioning upgrades, enhancements to Chap's deck, the Fireside Bar, pool and deck renovations, as well as the expansion of the Creekside meeting room. Visit [www.vailcascade.com] or [www.destinationhotels.com].

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