Valentine’s Day couples with President's Day Weekend and we are thrilled to offer a collection of holiday inspired experiences with a Rocky Mountain twist. Join us in Cascade Village Vail to experience the natural ambiance of the mountains coupled with dining specials, holiday inspired spa services and specials, ski-in/ski-out access and all of the Cascade Village Square activities from ice skating to yurt rentals to axe throwing and more!
Your experience will include a curated menu featuring unique creations from Executive Chef Pierson Shields alongside our talented culinary team.
Valentine's Day activities and offerings include:
The Spa at Grand Hyatt Vail
Gessner Dining Valentine’s Day Specials - Sunday, February 14th
Champagne Knock and Go Room Delivery
Enjoy a dedicated Valentine’s Day champagne delivery menu available Thursday 2/11 – Monday 2/15. Purchase unique champagne offerings and our team will drop them off to your room!
Bustle and Bloom, Florist Pop-Up Shop - Saturday, February 13th
Cascade Village Square Experiences
Enjoy these winter and holiday themed experiences available at Cascade Village Square next to chairlift 20.
Ice Skating – open daily from 3 – 9 pm.
The Bonfire & Ice Bar – open Thursday – Saturday from 3 – 6 pm.
Fire-Pit Reservations – open Thursday – Saturday from 3 – 6 pm.$50 / 1.5 hours
Private Yurt Rentals – open daily for reservations. $350 for 3 hours inclusive of 2 outside fireplaces, gourmet popcorn, a private champagne sabering and food and drink service.
Axe Throwing – open Tuesday – Saturday from 3 – 9 pm.
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DISTINCTIVE DINING at GRAND HYATT VAIL
Food and drink celebrate the culinary heritage of the Colorado Rockies. This delicious blend of cultures echoes Vail’s own heritage.
Open all day, Gessner, the resorts signature restaurant is open breakfast through dinner, showcasing authentic flavors from the Colorado Rockies.
Enjoy breakfast buffets, relaxed lounge lunches and refined dinner experiences all overlooking Gore Creek and Vail Mountain.RESERVE A TABLE