Westin’s new birthday package designed for up to 10 kids
The Westin Riverfront Resort & Spa in Avon is ready to help plan your kid’s next birthday party with a new Birthday Slumber Party Package for groups of up to 10 children.
This overnight getaway features accommodations in a two-bedroom condominium with festive decorations and a variety of entertaining activities, from a Make Your Own Pizza Food Cooking Class and s’mores to kids yoga or a dodgeball game. The crew can wake up to fresh pancakes the next morning and everyone loves to splash in The Westin Riverfront’s heated outdoor pool and three infinity hot tubs.
Pricing starts at $599 per night.
The Westin Riverfront’s Birthday Slumber Party package includes:
Overnight accommodations in a 2-bedroom residence
A cooking class where kids can make pizza, Mexican food or healthy fare
A make-your-own-sundae bar or birthday cake
Balloons and polaroid photos
A 45-minute kids yoga class or a dodgeball game
Pancake breakfast the next morning
Located in Avon overlooking the Eagle River, The Westin Riverfront features 230 luxurious guest residences, which range in size from studio suites to three-bedroom condominiums, each featuring a custom kitchen, five-piece bathroom, gas fireplace and Westin Heavenly Bed.
For parents, The Westin Riverfront is home to Maya, a modern Mexican kitchen by chef Richard Sandoval, the Lookout lobby bar, a Starbucks and the Lift cafe. Spa Anjali offers an extensive menu of healing mountain treatments, and the Athletic Club at The Westin offers more than 60 group exercise classes weekly including Pilates Reformer, Peloton, Barre, Vinyasa and AIReal Yoga.
To book a birthday party getaway, call the resort at 970-790-2000. For more information on the Birthday Slumber Party package, visit http://www.spaanjali.com/blog.
For more information on The Westin Riverfront, visit http://www.westinriverfront.com.
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