Westin Riverfront offering women’s wellness package
AVON, Colorado – The Westin Riverfront Resort & Spa at Beaver Creek Mountain wants to empower ladies this fall with a special Women’s Wellness Getaway to rejuvenate the spirit with spa treatments and unlimited yoga, cycling and Pilates classes, with an added bonus of making a positive difference in the community. For every night booked, The Westin Riverfront will donate 5 percent of the package price to Vail Valley’s Bright Future Foundation, which strives to empower individuals and families affected by domestic violence and abuse.Starting at $269 per night, The Westin Riverfront’s Women’s Wellness Getaway offer includes: accommodations in a traditional guest room with two queen beds; choice of either a facial or massage at Spa Anjali for each guest; unlimited fitness classes at the Athletic Club at The Westin; a bottle of wine; valet parking; a 5 percent donation to Vail Valley’s Bright Future Foundation.The mission of Vail Valley’s Bright Future Foundation is to empower individuals and families affected by domestic violence and abuse to lead safe, productive lives through prevention services, advocacy, crisis intervention and recovery services. For more information, visit http://www.brightfuturefoundation-ec.org.The AAA Four Diamond Westin Riverfront features 230 finely appointed guest residences ranging from studio suites to three-bedroom condominiums. Amenities at the dog-friendly resort include an outdoor pool and three riverside hot tubs. The resort is also home to Cima, a contemporary Latin kitchen that blends traditional Latin flavors with global ingredients and cooking techniques.The Westin Riverfront’s Women’s Wellness Getaway can be booked until Dec. 13, based on availability. For more information or to make a reservation, visit http://www.westinriverfrontbeavercreek.com or call 1-866-949-1616.
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