Associated Luxury Hotels International Adds Colorado’s Gateway Canyons Resort
Monday May 19th, 2014 - 9:53AM B
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GATEWAY, CO—Gateway Canyons Resort in western Colorado has been accepted into Associated Luxury Hotels International (ALHI).
In addition to becoming a new member of ALHI’s worldwide portfolio, the resort is also a new addition to ALHI’s U-200 Gems specialty segment, which now consists of 21 exclusive meeting solutions with fewer than 200 guestrooms. The ALHI Global Sales Organization (GSO), which features 20 global sales offices throughout North America, now provides authorized and dedicated GSO services and sales support to organizations interested in conducting meetings, conventions and/or incentive programs at the resort.
Gateway Canyons Resort is designed and owned by John Hendricks, founder and chairman of The Discovery Channel. Opened in 2008, the resort recently underwent a multimillion dollar renovation including the renovation and expansion of its accommodations, which includes the Kiva Lodge, Kayenta Lodge, and the Palisade Casitas of Gateway Canyons Resort.
Named for the small town of Gateway, which has served as a “gateway” from Utah to Colorado since 1904, the resort offers more than 12,000 sq. ft. of meeting space, including the new Kayenta Conference Center, the Palisade Event Center, the 56-seat Discovery HD Theater and the Mission Bell Amphitheater. The resort has an on-site Adventure Center and an Equestrian Center. In addition, the resort features a signature spa, a fitness center, a salon, three restaurants and the Gateway Auto Museum.
Part of the Noble House Hotels & Resorts collection, the resort is located near Moab Desert of Utah and one hour southwest of the Grand Junction (Colorado) Regional Airport.
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