Keystone is a ski resort located near the Continental Divide in the Rocky Mountains of Colorado, only 90 minutes drive from Denver International Airport that has excellent meeting facilities and a conference center. Though known for its snow packed slopes of winter, Keystone has quickly become a vibrant summer destination as well. From hay rides to cross country biking, ice skating on the largest Zamboni-maintained outdoor rink in North America to skiing and tubing at Adventure Point – the outdoor recreational fun never ends, year round. And when you want to unwind enjoy their 10,000 square foot luxury spa in the Keystone Lodge, offering the ultimate in pampering and relaxation. Keystone offers convenience to the business traveler as well as touring guest – with outdoor recreation, restaurants, spas, lodging, and shopping all within walking distance in their two villages.
Keystone Resort has 100,000 square feet of meeting, exhibit, and event space including the Keystone Conference Center – the largest conference site in the Colorado Rockies – an all-encompassing solution in a productive business setting with wireless internet throughout. Keystone Lodge and Spa offers a 5,700 square feet of flexible space in its ballroom and ten free standing rooms. The Inn at Keystone has three meeting rooms for smaller groups, and throughout the resort custom venues can be created – be it a mountain top tent or a gazebo by the lake. And there are 1,200 lodging units all within walking distance to the Conference Center – ranging from elegant four-diamond hotels to bed and breakfasts to secluded condominiums.
Summer in Keystone is packed with fun – including the Wine and Jazz Festival, Blue Ribbon Bacon Tour, Bluegrass and Beer, Blues and Art Festival, Dancin in the Rockies, and more. And winter brings a variety of entertainment as well including Live Music Fridays, Betty Fest, Helly Hansen’s Big Mountain Battle, and the Winter Culinary Festival. The opportunities for fun and adventure abound at Keystone.