The Inn Blog

Tess Johnson and The U.S. Olympic Ski Team

 The Inn at Riverwalk’s Resident Athlete, Olympic mogul skier and Vail Valley local, Tess Johnson, is one of thousands of professional athletes worldwide who saw their seasons come to an abrupt end. At this point, we all know ...

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To Our Guests, A Note About COVID-19

Dear Guests,We want to share the proactive steps we are taking to minimize exposure to the COVID-19 virus at our hotel property with you because the health and safety of our guests and our employees at the Inn at Riverwalk is our highest ...

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Flash 96 Hour Spring Sale

What a fantastic winter season it has been!To show our appreciation to our loyal guests and make experiencing spring in Edwards, CO a possibility for all, we are offering our followers 20% off any stay in March or April 2020.Hurry ...

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$150 for Meals When You Stay 3 Days

Your meals are covered. Save $50 each night when you stay with us three consecutive nights. With that saving, you are able to indulge at one of our many restaurants in the Edwards Riverwalk. Why not review menus in advance for ...

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$150 for Your Lift Ticket

Consider this a free lift ticket. Save $50 each night when you stay with us three consecutive nights. Fuel up with our Express Breakfast and hop on our skier shuttle to Beaver Creek Mountain then après the right way in our ...

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Extend Your Stay and Save $150

You know the feeling: The snow was perfect and the apres experience was just what you needed. You got out to the mountains and had a stellar weekend...but now you're in I-70 traffic crawling at a painful pace towards home. Why ...

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Alpine Arts Center Cocktails and Canvas Class – Paint Your Pet

Alpine Arts Center is located a stone’s throw from the front door of The Inn at Riverwalk in Edwards. It is an art studio primarily known for its family-friendly offerings like Cupcakes & Canvas, Mommy & Me Get Messy, and various ...

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Things To Do: Snowshoeing FAQs

Can anyone snowshoe?Yes! It’s just one foot in front of the other. Really! Snowshoeing is a true beginner-friendly sport. When you first try snowshoes, it will feel similar to walking with huge slippers or flip-flops 10 sizes too big ...

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