Colorado Ski Resort Takes It up a Notch

The Residences Viceroy Snowmass is adding to its list of world-class amenities.
new fitness center at The Residences Viceroy Snowmass

New fitness center at The Residences Viceroy Snowmass

A luxury ski resort in Snowmass, Colo. is adding to its already long list of amenities.

Related Colorado recently unveiled plans for a new fitness center, owner’s lounge and teen rec room at the luxurious The Residences Viceroy Snowmass condo-hotel resort. The new amenities are set to debut in the second phase of the 152-unit luxury resort’s development.

The new owner’s lounge at The Residences Viceroy Snowmass will feature a flexible lounge space and sales center, two outdoor balconies, as well as a custom living room with fireplace. The owners-only fitness center will include an expansive cardiovascular area, foam and stretching room, all outfitted with state-of-the-art equipment. Last but not least, the resort’s new teen rec room will be a state-of-the-art game room equipped with ping pong table, vintage arcade games, a movie theater, and multiple reading nooks.

“With added world-class amenities and unrivaled service, the new amenities will greatly appeal to our clients and the needs of their families,” Jonathan Boxer, director of sales at Coldwell Banker Mason Morse, said. “The new lounge, rec room, and fitness facilities will certainly elevate the property’s exceptional offerings and will continue to propel the fact that it’s the finest real estate product available in Snowmass.”

The three new additions to the resort at 130 Wood Road in Snowmass Village will only add to the property’s long list of amenities, which also includes a full-service luxury spa, pool and slope-side ski valet, and childcare center, the Treehouse Kids’ Adventure. The Residences Viceroy Snowmass is conveniently situated roughly ten miles from downtown Aspen, and is exclusively marketed by Coldwell Banker Mason Morse. The resort offers studio- to four-bedroom floorplans and was designed by the Rockwell Group.

Rendering courtesy of Related Colorado