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Richard Sandoval's Newest Restaurant | Cima in Vail Valley

Dec 8, 2011  |   Contributor: Chad Chisholm

Cima Restaurant is spicing up the mountain food scene in Beaver Creek. The inspired Latin flavorings of Richard Sandoval, the genius behind New York's Maya, join a culinary empire that spans from the East Coast to the Middle East. Cima, Spanish for "peak" or "summit," is heating things up at the Westin Riverfront in Beaver Creek and is a welcome addition to the Vail Valley.... Read More

Top 10 Holiday Attractions in Denver

Nov 25, 2011  |   Contributor: Chad Chisholm

the holidays soon upon us, Denver is offering Mile High deals and attractions for those visiting the city. With rooms going for as little as $52.80 (for our 5280 feet above sea level) at four-star hotels such as Hyatt Regency Convention Center and... Read More

8 Spectacular Restaurant Fireplaces

Nov 8, 2011  |   Contributor: The Daily Meal

This date night hot spot serves an array of tapas-style dishes inspired by a host of Mediterranean cuisines, from Spanish to Greek. The romantic vibe is reflected in the décor as well, with a stone, wood-burning fireplace serving as the central focal point of the restaurant.... Read More

8 Spectacular Restaurant Fireplaces

Nov 8, 2011  |   Contributor: The Daily Meal

Now that the weather is starting to cool off and sweater season is just around the corner, it's time to steer clear of the best restaurants for dining alfresco, and look instead towards those eateries that offer a warmer experience.... Read More

Top 10 Romantic Spots in Denver

Oct 25, 2011  |   Contributor: Chad Chisholm

Denver might not be known as the City of Love but at a Mile High, Denverites have been known to swoon just like any other city. From first dates to engagement spots, anniversary dinners to milestone celebrations, here are what we consider to be the Top Ten Romantic Spots of Denver.... Read More

5 Bites of Telluride

Oct 13, 2011  |   Contributor: The Daily Meal

Not just a ski town (though it’s a favorite during the snowier months), Telluride is a beautiful fall destination with ample opportunity for mountainous leaf-peeping. Their "Main Street," actually called Colorado Avenue, is home to most of the town’s restaurants and boutiques, with spas lining nearby side streets and gondolas running high above. Whether you go for the incredibly popular Telluride Bluegrass Festival in June, stop by for a relaxing fall foliage weekend in October, or hit the slopes in January, Telluride has charm and flavor to offer all year round.... Read More

Uspa Travels From Australia to the Spa at The Broadmoor

Aug 19, 2011  |   Contributor: Chad Chisholm

From the land where eucalyptus permeates the air, tradition and ritual are steeped into the land itself, and where nature is still wild and free, Australia is sending some of its finest spa products to the United States.... Read More

Linger Restaurant of Denver | From Mortuary to Eatery

Aug 18, 2011  |   Contributor: Chad Chisholm

Overlooking the Denver skyline in what is arguably the best view of the city, Olinger Mortuary has been a constant in Denver's history. Opening the Crown Hill Cemetery in 1907, Olinger has become synonymous with beautiful mausoleums, internment services, philanthropy and civic leadership.... Read More

Sheraton Steamboat Springs | Luxury Lodging for Ski or Bike Vacations

Aug 22, 2011  |   Contributor: Chad Chisholm

Steamboat Springs is one of Colorado’s hideaways. Four hours from Denver, or a quick flight into the Steamboat airport, the mountain town is a breeding ground for Olympians, out-of-the-limelight getaway for celebrities, and perfect summer or winter vacation spot for families and business travelers alike. At the foot of the slopes is the recently-renovated Sheraton Steamboat, offering a wide variety of leisure and business services year round.

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Outstanding in the Field Culinary Adventure Hits Vail Valley, Colorado

Jul 28, 2011  |   Contributor: Chad Chisholm

This year's "Outstanding in the Field" in the Vail Valley was just that: simply outstanding. Hosted at Copper Bar Ranch for the second consecutive year in conjunction with the unique farm-to-table concept and actualized by the chefs of Savory Group, the event was a raging success set amidst the 400-acre ranch's lush green valley. Copper Bar Ranch was host to 143 diners, with beautiful summer weather and lighthearted crowd under the wide-open Colorado skies.... Read More

Cedar Breaks National Monument

Jul 20, 2011  |   Contributor: JustLuxe Team

East of Cedar City, Utah is a spectacular surprise. Cedar Breaks National Monument is a relatively undiscovered scenic gem. Resting on top of the Colorado plateau, at over 10,000 feet in elevation, a breathtaking view awaits. Millions of years of sedimentation, uplift, and erosion are carving out a giant amphitheater that spans some three miles, and is more than 2,000 feet deep.... Read More

The Sebastian: Vail's New Resort & Spa Featuring Block 16 Restaurant

Jul 18, 2011  |   Contributor: Chad Chisholm  |  1 Comment

Vail Village is known for its opulence, chic stores and restaurants, and celebrity sightings in this prestigious mountain city. The Sebastian Vail is a new addition to the well-known locale, a Timbers Resorts Hotel and Residence Club that is already creating a buzz since opening in November, 2010.... Read More

Four Seasons Spa in Vail Uses Sweet Mana Candles Heat Things Up

Jul 14, 2011  |   Contributor: Chad Chisholm

Mana has a few meanings: essence of the soul, vital life force, and the ingredient that makes miracles happen. Jamie Tatreau, a massage therapist at Four Seasons Resort Vail, is making miracles happen with her own line of soy-based body candles in the Vail Valley.... Read More

Four Seasons Resort Vail Spa Massage Therapist a 'Hitt'

Jul 11, 2011  |   Contributor: Chad Chisholm  |  1 Comment

Kevin Hitt has been practicing his craft for 11 years. A massage therapist at the new Four Seasons Resort Vail Spa, this talented therapist is changing the face of his industry one client at a time. Originally from Dallas, Hitt has traveled the world picking up training and inspiration along the way which he pours into his clients with the kindness and compassion others only hope to achieve within their careers.... Read More

The Strater Hotel: Victorian Luxury in Durango, Colorado

Jun 17, 2011  |   Contributor: Ray Pearson

In the late 1880s, Durango, Colorado was teetering on the edge of deciding whether to remain a rugged mining town, or become something grander. Henry Strater helped move the decision along when he put his money where his faith and vision were. He built his opulent, four-story hotel in the grand American Victorian architectural style right in the center of town.... Read More

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