WINTER SEASON 2017-2018
Contact: Joni Dykstra
KIDS FREE AT ALTA LODGE DURING EARLY SEASON
Free Lodging and Meals for Kids 12 and Under – save over $200 per night
Alta, UT–Taking the family skiing can feel like no vacation–where to stay, where to eat, how to get there, and how to get the family from the lodge room to the mountain all seem like obstacles. Recognizing this, when Bill Levitt bought Alta Lodge in 1959, he wanted the Lodge to be a place where families were always welcome and where parents could relax and enjoy their ski vacation with their children. Since then, multiple generations of many families have returned to Alta Lodge for their annual ski experience together.
Alta Lodge offers special savings for families from opening day to December 15, 2017 and from April 8-15, 2018. Book a reservation of four nights or more, two kids ages 12 and under stay in their parents’ room at no additional charge. Full breakfast and four-course dinner are also included daily at no charge. With two kids, this is a savings of over $200 per night.
Alta Lodge always has a free supervised Kids’ Club with activities after skiing, a special kids’ dinner, after dinner activities and shuttle service to and from the Alta Ski Area Children’s Ski School. Alta Children’s Center also offers day care for non-skiing children.
Let’s not forget the convenience of Alta Lodge – no car is needed, either to get here or after you’ve arrived. Shuttle service can be arranged from Salt Lake City International Airport, bringing guests to the door of the Lodge in less than an hour. Alta Lodge is ski in and ski out: just walk out the door of the ski locker room, step into your skis, and ski to the lifts. A short rope tow brings skiers back to the Lodge.
Since 1940, skiers have made Alta Lodge their home. Owned and operated by the Levitt family since 1959, the Lodge offers fine food, traditional lodge ambiance and a place in front of the fire to tell of the day’s adventures. For more information, visit altalodge.com, or call 800-707-2582 for reservations.