“A level of style and sophistication more characteristic of New York's Soho neighborhood than a ski town“
The Sky Lodge ResortClub
Developed by Bill Shoaf, a hospitality industry leader whose prestigious belt notches include the reinvention of Robert Redford’s Sundance Resort in Utah and the Bel-Air Hotel in Los Angeles, the five-star Sky Lodge is set to open this month in the heart of pedestrian-friendly Old Town. Boasting a level of urban style and sophistication more characteristic of New York’s Soho neighborhood than a ski town, Sky Lodge has hip restaurants, a 5,500-square-foot Zen spa, and the rooftop, members- and guests-only retreat. Aptly named the Sky Club, it will have a soaking grotto, fire pit, and outdoor kitchen. Chic environmentalists will also be pleased; Sky Lodge’s building and design methods meet or exceed LEED international construction standards. The 22 flats, townhouses, and penthouses reserved for fractional ownership as part of Sky Lodge’s ResortClub are a unique hybrid of Rocky Mountain style and loft living with flat-screen televisions, stone fireplaces, wet bars, and heated decks featuring grand views and private hot tubs. Fractional ownership options start at $300,000.