IMG_9593IMG_9596IMG_9716Letter from the Assistant General Manager:

Summer is flying by and as I sit here and type this it’s hard for me to believe that September is here.  But don’t despair there is still plenty to look forward to this month, including Oktoberfest!

Oktoberfest is one of our favorite fall festivals and we look forward to welcoming all of our guests and owners back year after year so they can enjoy the festivities! This year’s Oktoberfest in Breckenridge will be from September 11-13.

  • The following is a list of owners that have won $500 from our weekly drawing: Ilaine Siegel, Pat, Kim Davey, Kent and Dawn Dorr, and Bob and Sharon Boehmer. Please contact our On Property Concierge at 970-453-4440 ext. 3012 for details on how you can be entered to win!
  • Have you stopped by the Refresh Spa recently? The spa underwent a huge remodel in the summer of 2014 and the results are absolutely spectacular! Whether you are looking for a relaxing massage, a rejuvenating facial, or it’s time to get your nails done, look no further than the Refresh Spa at Grand Timber Lodge. They also carry a variety of top of the line products you can sample such as Zents body care products out of Boulder, CO. Be sure to check with the Concierge desk to see what specials they’re offering!
  • Did you hear the good news? Refresh Spa now offers oxygen treatments for our guests and owners! If you’re suffering from altitude sickness while here stop by the spa for a 30 or 60 minute oxygen treatment. We have also added new Altitude Adjustment Treatments which focus on relieving sinus and headache pressure associated with altitude sickness. For more information on these treatments go here.

Here are some property updates:

  • We have completed the exterior painting of Building 6 and are pleased with the results. We are currently working to schedule the next building.
  • Our landscapers have been working hard to keep the property looking well-maintained and manicured. You may have noticed the beautiful landscaping this summer around the main entrance, circle area by the main lobby, and the pool areas. In an effort to conserve water, we have elected to leave certain areas around the outside of the resort in a more “natural” state. We believe the local wildflowers and native grasses are a beautiful reflection of our local scenery and should continue to thrive in their natural environment.

Michelle Ellis
Grand Timber Lodge Assistant General Manager