Grand Hyatt Vail offers travelers an exciting lineup of experiences for winter 2022/2023. The property celebrates its 40th anniversary in conjunction with Vail Mountain’s 60th anniversary this December.
New This Winter:
Grand Winter Moments
Dec. 19–Jan. 1, the daily festive activities and dining experiences include ornament and stocking decorating, family movie night, free Topgolf sessions, gingerbread house decorating, a meet and greet with Santa, menorah lighting, live music and hot cocoa and cookies.
Gessner Restaurant and Bar
Delight in alpine-inspired dining at the resort’s signature restaurant. New executive chef Pascal Coudouy presents a reimagined menu with local Rocky Mountain game-meat entrées, lighter fare and hearty soups.
Back For The Season:
Yoshimi Pop-Up Restaurant
The pop-up restaurant received rave reviews during its inaugural season last winter. Returning for 2022/2023, diners can expect to see maki rolls, handmade nigiri, Sapporo on tap and Suntory Highball whiskey on draft.
Après-Tunity in the Moët Imperial Yurt
In its second year, the cozy yurt is an ideal après ski spot. The yurt will be open Wednesday–Saturday, 3–6 p.m. Enjoy fire pits, Champagne, signature cocktails and charcuterie.
In addition to the new offerings, the resort’s returning favorites include ski rentals, daily s’mores, Champagne sabering, spa services, hot tubs and complimentary shuttle service to Lionshead and Vail Village.
“Vail is one of the most sought-after ski towns in the world,” said John D’Angelo, general manager, Grand Hyatt Vail. “Our lineup of winter activities and seasonal amenities was created to enhance our incredible foundation of resort offerings and reflect our commitment to providing a monumental winter season for our guests. On behalf of our entire team, we are eager to welcome travelers for an incredible winter in Vail.”
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