Few Types of Meeting Destinations Embody Inspiration Quite like Mountain Destinations.

And Vail Resorts Meetings & Events is the mountain meetings expert, with iconic resorts in Colorado, Park City, Lake Tahoe and Jackson Hole that take meetings and events to new elevations.

A one-stop-shop for meetings and events of 10 to 2,000, Vail Resorts offers planners seamless access to everything their incredible all-season destinations have to offer—from guest rooms and meeting spaces to lift tickets, activities, ground transportation and more—with one simple call or email. Visit vailresortsmeetings.com for more.

  1. Vail, Colorado
  2. Beaver Creek, Colorado
  3. Breckenridge, Colorado
  4. Keystone, Colorado
  5. Park City, Utah
  6. Heavenly, Lake Tahoe, California
  7. Northstar, Lake Tahoe, California
  8. Kirkwood, Lake Tahoe, California
  9. Grand Teton Lodge Company, Jackson Hole, Wyoming

Featured Resort: Keystone Resort and Conference Center

Surrounded by beauty, built for business, Keystone Resort offers the perfect meeting destination for any group. With three unbelievable mountains, plentiful lodging and dining in two unique villages and tons of outdoor adventure—not to mention the largest full-service conference center in the Rocky Mountains—Keystone can meet the needs of virtually any type of gathering.


And with two of the nation’s most respected championship golf courses, Keystone offers groups incredible golf opportunities. Imagine teeing off on what may seem like the edge of the world, launching your ball in the crisp Rocky Mountain air. Rated as one of the best golf resorts in America by Golf Magazine and Golf Digest, you and your attendees will be golfing in one of the most spectacular natural settings in the world.


Keystone at-a-glance:

  • 1,200 total lodging options, including hotel rooms, condominiums and private homes
  • 100,000 square feet of meeting space, including the 60,000-sq-ft Keystone Conference Center—the largest full-service conference center in the Rocky Mountains
  • Unique dining options include the Bavarian-style Der Fondue Chessel, Colorado frontier meets fine dining in an original 1930’s homestead at Keystone Ranch, and Alpenglow Stube, the highest AAA Four-Diamond dining experience in North America
  • Two championship golf courses: Keystone Ranch Golf Course, designed by Robert Trent Jones Jr. and The River Course at Keystone, designed by Dr. Michael Hurdzan and Dana Fry