RSS (Really Simple Syndication) allows you to subscribe to up-to-date offers, in the form of feeds, based on your interests. The feed is sent through an RSS reader, such as My Yahoo! and appears as a link in your account. When the link is clicked on, you're brought to the Web site containing the offer in its entirety. Listed below are our current Specials & Packages, as well as links to subscribe to each respective RSS feed.
Stonebridge Inn - Specials
Autumn Savings of 30% off!
Autumn is here and the time is right for a mountain of savings! Travel between now and October 12th, and enjoy 30% off for stays of 1-3 nights at The Stonebridge Inn. Read More
Enjoy a Free Night during your Autumn Adventure!
Take advantage of our generosity! Book a stay of 4 or more nights at The Stonebridge Inn and your last night is free! Read More
Enjoy a Free Night PLUS Dinner!
Stay for 4 nights or more, and your last night is on us. Spend only $20 more and the Artisan Restaurant will provide you with a $100 dining credit to spend in the lounge or on dinner, during your stay! Read More
Countdown to Winter Kicks Off!
BEST RATE - GUARANTEED Book your Snowmass winter ski vacation now and save more with the best rates of the season at The Stonebridge Inn. Read More
Holiday Party Savings at the Stonebridge Inn!
Book your Holiday Party with the Stonebridge Inn and receive 10% off your final bill (excluding tax and Gratuity). Think of it as an early gift from us! Read More
Add this feed to:
Stonebridge Inn - Events
There are currently no events available.
Add this feed to:
Stonebridge Inn - Stonebridge Inn Press Releases
Snowmass VIllage 38th Annual Balloon Festival
Snowmass Village, CO (September 4, 2013) – Snowmass will become a hot air balloon Mecca with the highest altitude hot air balloon event in the country for the 38th Annual Snowmass Balloon Festival, September 13-15. Thirty-eight balloons will ascend upon the Snowmass mountain sky accentuating the beauty of an autumn weekend. The free spectators’ delight kicks off on Friday morning with the Carter Memorial Colorado Rat Race, a timed distance race where 25 hot air balloons sail down the Roaring Fork Valley along the 82 Corridor during rush hour from 7:00 a.m. to 10:00 a.m. The weekend also includes the popular evening event The Balloon Night Glow, on Saturday with glowing balloons lighting up the night sky on the new location of Fanny Hill in Snowmass Village. Barbeque foods by Big Hoss Grill will be available for purchase along with free live music performed by soul, pop, rock band and Denver favorite, “PLACES”. Make sure you bring the kids because there’s plenty of things for them to do at the free Kids’ Elevation Station that entertains the little ones with clowns, juggling, face painting, balloon-making. All balloon events are free and are open to the public. The balloons launch each morning from the Snowmass Village Softball Field at 7:30 a.m. During the SnowMASS Ascension and X-Marks the Spot competitions on Saturday, the 38 pilots will attempt to maneuver as close as possible to two different targets (as determined by official judges), based on the winds the morning of competition. Competitors will throw weighted baggies at two different X targets with the goal of getting closest to the middle of both targets. After the competition, the balloons will float effortlessly above the Snowmass Valley for an hour or two offering spectacular views and tremendous photographic opportunities. A café-light breakfast will be available for purchase. The Balloon Night Glow starts at 6 p.m., on Saturday at its new location on Fanny Hill. unday, September 15 - The SnowMASS Ascension and Balloon Dance on Sunday morning consists of a coordinated launch of all balloons participating in the 2013 Snowmass Balloon Festival. Pilots will take off with a partner balloon, each holding one end of flagging tape and the two balloons that remain in the air the longest with the flagging tape intact win this portion of the competition. For more information and a complete schedule, visit www.snowmassballoon.com and for lodging specials go to www.snowmasstourism.com or call 1-800-SNOWMASS (1-800-766-9627). In case of inclement weather, please call 970-922-2239 for the current status of the Snowmass Balloon Festival, from Friday morning September 13 through Sunday morning September 15. The Snowmass Wine Festival/New Location Town Park – September 13 &14 The Snowmass Balloon Festival is also complimented by the Snowmass Wine Festival presented by the Snowmass Village Rotary, which begins on Friday evening at 6:30 p.m., with a four-course wine dinner “Oregon Meets California” at the Viceroy Snowmass. Tickets are $125 per person with group discounts for tables of 8 or more. The Wine Festival continues with a Saturday grand tasting at its new venue, Town Park (soccer field) from 2:00 to 5:00 p.m., with samplings from over 300 different varieties of wine plus fabulous regional cuisine. Music is provided by Bo Hale Band and there’s a live auction with items that include trips to destinations around the world, acclaimed wines and artwork. Tickets for Saturday’s wine tastings are $70 in advance at Sundance Liquor & Gifts in Snowmass Village, Roaring Fork Liquors in Glenwood Springs and El Jebel Beverage in El Jebel, or $80 at the festival entrance on Saturday. For more information, visit www.snowmasswinefestival.com or call 970-315-2383. Ferrari Fall Foliage Tour – September 14 The Rocky Mountain Chapter of Ferrari Club of North America brings their 2013 Fall Foliage Tour to Snowmass. This exciting event begins with the dramatically scenic drive from Denver to Snowmass via Independence Pass on Thursday, Sept. 12. On Friday, the cars will gather for a road rally over beautiful McClure Pass and have lunch in the fruit and wine country of Paonia, CO. Heading back to Snowmass, participants will then be able to enjoy the Snowmass Balloon Festival on Saturday morning and Snowmass Wine Festival in the afternoon. These extraordinary vehicles will be on display at the Snowmass Village soccer field for all to enjoy from 2:00 to 5:00 p.m. on Saturday. Event Schedule: Friday, September 13 6:30 AM Balloons Inflate 6:50 AM Sunrise, Balloons Launch from the Snowmass Village Softball Field 7:00 – 10:00 AM Carter Memorial Colorado Rat Race – Down Valley Distance Race 6:30 PM Four Course Wine Dinner at the Viceroy Snowmass Saturday, September 14 7:00 – 9:00 AM Café-Light Breakfast for purchase 7:30 – 8:00 AM Balloons Inflate SnowMASS Ascension and X-Marks the Spot – Snowmass Village Softball Field 8:00 – 9:30 AM Kids Elevation Station 2:00 – 5:00 PM Snowmass Wine Festival – Town Park/Snowmass Village Soccer Field (NEW LOCATION) 2:00 – 5:00 PM Ferrari Car Display – Town Park/Soccer Field 6:00 – 9:00 PM Big Hoss BBQ and Live Music by “PLACES” Snowmass Village Fanny Hill (NEW LOCATION) 7:30 – 9:00 PM The Balloon Night Glow/Candlestick Glows - Snowmass Village Fanny Hill (NEW LOCATION) Sunday, September 15 7:00 – 9:00 AM Café-Light Breakfast for purchase 7:30 – 8:00 AM Balloons Inflate SnowMASS Ascension & Balloon Dance – Snowmass Village Softball Field 8:00 – 9:30 AM Kids Elevation Station 10:00 AM 38th Awards Ceremony – Snowmass Village Softball Field Read More
The Artisan announces June Prix Fixe, new menu and the legend that is Doc Eason
Snowmass Village, CO (June 5, 2013) The Artisan Bar & Restaurant is open 7 days a week for the 2013 summer season and has some exciting announcements for the coming month. Doc Eason will be performing in the bar area of the Artisan from 6 to 10 on Friday June 7, 2013. In addition to the events taking place with the Mammoth Fest, award winning magician Doc Eason will shock and amaze crowds of all ages with his sleight of hand tricks and time tested routines. It is advised to show up in good time to get a seat at Doc’s ‘bar’ to avoid disappointment! Doc will also be performing every Thursday night from 6 to 10 in The Artisan Bar area starting in July 11th and going all the way through August. This Friday also marks the unveiling of some new items on the summer menu including BBQ Five Spice Ribs, a Grilled Steak Salad and a Tempura Fried Banana Split. From Sundays through Thursdays for the month of June, The Artisan will feature a weekly $26 Prix Fixe menu. The menu will differ each week with Executive Chef Randall Baldwin’s latest inspirations and glimpses of new dishes that will be featured on the full summer menu as it is finalized throughout June. The Prix Fixe menu will be available in both the bar and restaurant area from open to close. For more information visit http://www.stonebridgeinn.com/snowmass-restaurants.php or call 970-923-2427. Read More
Snowmass Summer of Free Music Lineup
Snowmass Tourism is pleased to announce the lineup for the popular Summer of Free Music Series for the 2013 summer season starting on Thursday, June 20. Celebrating its 22nd season, the free concerts produced by Jazz Aspen Snowmass (JAS), will run on Thursday evenings through August 15 on Fanny Hill with one Friday show on July 5. Shows start at 6:15 p.m. The popular Family Fun Zone will return for the kids with free face painting, clowns, a bouncy house and hula hoops. Reasonably-priced Anheuser-Busch beers and Pernod Ricard Wines, a selection of imports, Widmer Brothers microbrews, Jim Beam premade cocktails along with a variety of fine wines will be available for purchase. So dust off those picnic baskets, pull out your summer blankets and low lawn chairs and get ready for a great summer of mountain music in Snowmass! Read More
Full Line Up Iin Place for The 10th Season of Bud Light Hi-Fi Concert Series
Aspen/Snowmass, Colorado, January 9, 2013 – Aspen/Snowmass is celebrating the 10th season of the Bud Light Hi-Fi concert series with a top-notch line-up including Mutemath, Easy Star All-Stars, Brett Dennen, MarchFourth Marching Band and Grouplove. These acts will rock various locations around Aspen/Snowmass this winter as a part of the ongoing free Bud Light Hi-Fi Concert Series and CORE Party concert, now expanded into two-nights. The Bud Light Hi-Fi concert series kicked off with a performance by Reverend Horton Heat on November 24. Aspen/Snowmass has presented over 60 free outdoor concerts since the Bud Light Hi-Fi Series began in 2003 with a different band taking the stage for each event. The bands have been booked in partnership with Belly Up Aspen since 2006. “Live music is a vital component of the Aspen/Snowmass event calendar and this year’s Bud Light Hi-Fi Series line-up raises the bar on providing a fun, entertaining experience for guests and locals of Aspen/Snowmass," says John Rigney, VP of Sales & Events for Aspen Skiing Company. X GAMES ASPEN WEEKEND Bud Light Hi-Fi Concert Series featuring Mutemath – Friday, January, 25, 5:30 p.m. – Gondola Plaza, Aspen Mountain Mutemath makes their Aspen debut reigning from New Orleans as an American alternative rock band that formed in 2003. The band melds hip-hop, moments of grandeur, and vocals that are reminiscent of classic rock to create a sound that is inherently their own. X Games week kicks off at Belly Up Aspen with electro-fusion act Kung Fu on Monday, January 21. Tuesday, January 22 Belly Up is headlining California roots-reggae act Tribal Seeds. Wednesday, January 23 the club kicks into high gear with British indie rock band Bloc Party, presented by X Games Music. Friday, January 25, X Games Music Presents Odd Future's lead rapper, Tyler The Creator performing at 7 p.m. and a late night show with Scottish producer-DJ Calvin Harris (this show is SOLD OUT). Sunday, January 27, Belly Up Aspen closes out X Games weekend with dup-step artist Datsik with special guest Sex Panther. College XPass now on sale at Aspen/Snowmass College students will once again be able to save big and ski/ride for $41 per day in Aspen/Snowmass during X Games Aspen, January 24-27, 2013. The College X Pass is a picture pass valid for two days of skiing or riding during X Games Aspen for only $82 and includes a coupon for 35 percent off equipment rentals at Four-Mountain Sports. Up to 2 additional days can be loaded onto the pass for just $52/day. This pass is good on all four mountains – Snowmass, Aspen Mountain, Aspen Highlands and the home mountain of X Games Aspen – Buttermilk. The College X Pass is valid during X Games dates only - January 24-27, 2013 - and must be purchased by Wednesday, January 23, 2013. PRESIDENT'S DAY WEEKEND Bud Light Hi-Fi Concert Series featuring Easy Star All-Stars: Dub Side Of The Moon – Saturday, February 16, 3:00 p.m. – Snowmass Base Village Internationally renowned reggae act, Easy Star All-Stars brings their superb rhythm with the Dub Side Of The Moon to Snowmass Base Village on Saturday, February 16 for the third free Bud Light Hi-Fi Concert of the season. The show will begin at 3:00 p.m. with a soon to be announced act and Easy Star All-Stars will take the stage at 4:00 p.m. Since their debut in 2003 with their cover album of Pink Floyd's The Dark Side of the Moon entitled "Dub Side of the Moon," the reggae collective has built an ever-growing, international fan base. For President's Day weekend, the Belly Up Aspen brings Grammy nominated Bluegrass band The Infamous Stringdusters on February 14 and New Orleans funk jam band Galactic on President's Day, February 18. SPRING EVENTS 13th Annual Bud Light Spring Jam – March 21-31 The 13th annual Bud Light Spring Jam – the premier spring festival in the Rocky Mountains – brings two weekends of competitions, concerts and parties to Aspen/Snowmass. Brett Dennen kicks off the live music on Friday, March 22 in Snowmass Base Village to celebrate the NASTAR National Championships. This youthful folk/pop singer first won the heart of his loyal fans in 2004 with his soulful lyrics, easy groove and the hit single "Desert Sunrise." The show will begin at 3:00 p.m. with a soon to be announced act and Brett Dennen will take the stage at 5:00 p.m. The eagerly anticipated Bud Light Spring Jam Core Party is expanded into two nights for the first time and will feature a beer garden. The event will kick off with MarchFourth Marching Band playing a street concert in downtown Aspen on Friday, March 29. M4, as their devotees call them, throws itself and the audience into a swirling volcano of high-energy music and spectacle. Grouplove will take to the same downtown Aspen stage on Saturday, March 30. Their live shows sweep up the audience with an energetic blend of upbeat indie-pop, rock and folk. Their shows are kinetic and engaging. DJ Naka G will be performing at 8:00 p.m. each night while the crowd enjoys giveaways from sponsors. MarchFourth Marching Band and Grouplove will take the stage at 9:00 p.m. on their respective nights. At Belly Up, Hunky surfer, singer-songwriter Donavan Frankenreiter will take the stage March 23. On March 24, See-I & Toubab Crewe will co-headline a fun night of worldly sounds. Music festival darlings, The Dunwells also return to the Belly Up on March 26. The Colorado based folk group Elephant Revival will perform on March 29. On March 31, Belly Up brings back their favorite Talking Heads tribute act, THIS MUST BE THE BAND. This show will include a full band performing the album Stop Making Sense in its entirety. Read More
New Inaugural Highlands Skimo Race Series
Aspen/Snowmass, Colorado, January 3, 2013 – The brand new Aspen Highlands SkiMo Race Series, a shortened ski-mountaineering race with both uphill and downhill components, will debut Thursday, January 10, 2013 at 5:30 p.m. The inaugural four-race series will provide an exciting opportunity for athletes to challenge themselves against fellow locals, work on individual race technique, fine-tune transitions and enjoy post-race beer specials at the Highlands Pizza Company. Race Course: Each race will begin at the base of Aspen Highlands. The course will be different for each race and will be announced upon check-in. Each course has an estimated finishing time of 60-90mins. The other race dates are Tuesday, February 5; Tuesday, February 26 and Tuesday, March 12. Start times for each race will be announced closer to the race date. More Details: Registration is now open at www.aspensnowmass.com/highlandsskimo. Registration is $25 per race or $85 for the entire series. All racers are required to wear a helmet. Power of Four Ski Race – March 2, 2013 The Power of Four Ski Mountaineering Race – one of the most challenging events in Aspen/Snowmass – is back on March 2, 2013 and will test athletes’ endurance as they race in teams of two across all four area mountains. The sport division course covers approximately 25 miles and more than 12,000 vertical feet of climbs. A recreational division covers two mountains, Aspen Highlands and Aspen Mountain. “The Power of Four races continue to grow in popularity and people are excited about this year’s race” says John Rigney, VP of Sales & Events, Aspen Skiing Company. “Top tier endurance athletes and weekend warriors converge to tackle one of the most challenging and beautiful courses in the region.” The race starts at 6 a.m. in Snowmass and will continue into the afternoon where athletes will finish at the base of Aspen Mountain. Sport Division Race Course: Teams will start in Snowmass Village and skin up to the top of the Elk Camp Lift. Then racers will traverse from Elk Camp to West Buttermilk. Once at West Buttermilk, athletes ski down to the bottom of Tiehack. From there athletes will cross the bridge by the Aspen Recreation Center and head to Aspen Highlands Village. Skiers will then skin to the summit of the Highland Bowl and ski down to Castle Creek Road via the Congo Trail off of the Grand Reverse. Teams will then cross Castle Creek and head up Midnight Mine Road until they reach The Sundeck. In the final descent of the race, athletes will ski down Aspen Mountain, ending in gondola plaza. Recreational Division: Starting at 8 a.m. the recreational division follows the same course on Aspen Highlands and Aspen Mountain, finishing in Gondola Plaza. This race is perfect for recreational uphillers looking for a new challenge. Registration is now open at www.aspensnowmass.com/poweroffour. Registration is $200 per team until January 7, $220 per team after January 7 until February 17 and $240 after February 17. Alpine Touring (AT) gear, Telemark gear or snowboard Splitboard gear is required. Read More