Ritz-Carlton, Bachelor Gulch renovated

The Ritz-Carlton, Bachelor Gulch in Colorado completed renovations.  With the recent update, this property now has an updated interior design, new lounge spaces and fine dining.

Blue furniture and open spaces now occupy the main lounge area right off the slopes, with the Ritz-blue furniture and accents lightening the space.

Off the newly re-decorated main living room is Buffalos restaurant, which serves breakfast, lunch and dinner. The expanded space that used to house a bar and ski-in, ski-out deli, is now a backlit bar with comfortable seating that allows for mountain views.  Also, new interiors and pops of color were added to Spago's dining room.

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The Club Level also received a facelift, with bright rooms and interior spaces lightening the entire floor.  A move away from the dark woods and rustic interiors, the lighter spaces feel airy and complement the mountainside views of the pool and lift below. From the Club Level Lounge, guests can see the surrounding valley.

One of the newer additions to The Ritz-Carlton, Bachelor Gulch is the Bachelor’s Lounge. Previously the kid’s club, the venue offers both inside and outside spaces.

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