Chilean resort Valle Nevado offers bonus nights to North American guests this winter

Posted By: The Ski Channel on July 6, 2010 7:59 am

Valle Nevado, located just 37 miles from your flight into Santiago, Chile, is offering U.S. and Canadian skiers and snowboarders an incredible promotional deal: Buy five nights, and receive two nights free on its all-inclusive packages during the regular season (mid-season), when snow conditions are best and events such as Chilean Wine Fest are in full swing. This promotional deal is available for Friday to Friday stays from July 30 to August 27 and includes lodging, lift tickets, breakfast and dinner, access to our fitness center, evening activities, day care and après ski.

Prices are listed per person, and start at $1,305 for the Hotel Tres Puntas ; the 4-star Hotel Puerta del Sol at $1,555; and the newly renovated 5-star Hotel Valle Nevado at $1,950. Rates are for singles and doubles, and in the Hotel Tres Puntas triples and quadruples; the promotional deal does not apply to “additional” rates or child rates, and is subject to availability.

For North Americans, there is no need to pay full price at Valle Nevado. This year the resort will also offer its Kids Stay Free Promo during the week Sept. 10 – 16, whereby one child under 12 is free if staying with 2 parents. Also during the weeks of Aug. 27 to Sept. 3 and Sept. 17 to 23, if two people share a double room the second person pays just 50% the package price; with rates starting at $919 per person.

Valle Nevado has just finished a complete renovation of its three hotels, lounges, and restaurants, and this year installed two new lifts providing five new runs apltly named “Happiness,” “I’m in a Meeting,” Chao Smog,” “The Kiss,” and “Full Lungs,” the latter referring to the highest run at the resort approaching nearly 12,000 feet. Valle Nevado currently offers one of the most extensive lift systems in South America and access to 7,000 acres, the largest skiable domain in South America.

For package details, snow updates and webcams, please visit the Valle Nevado site at www.vallenevado.com.

 

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