C Lazy U, Colorado’s Original Luxury Guest Ranch, Announces Grand Reopening of “Lazy U” Spa & New Menu Featuring Seasonal Handmade Treatments

April 10, 2012

Download Press Release as PDF fileDENVER, Colo. – April 10, 2012 – Today, C Lazy U, Colorado’s premier luxury guest ranch getaway, announces the completion of its Lazy U Spa renovation including a stunning collection of four treatment tents, a sunny relaxation lounge and more, resting in the meadow along the banks of Willow Creek. The spa now features newly renovated tents, a separate shower and locker room and a new addition to the spa menu featuring homemade seasonal herb spa treatments.

The newly renovated Lazy U Spa will include massage tents providing guests with the ultimate in western relaxation, weather-protected canvas tents, separate shower and locker rooms, as well as signature treatments such as the “Cowboy Soak,” a relaxing moonlit soak in deep copper tubs overlooking Willow Creek, complete with champagne and strawberries.

“Even though we are located just two hours from Denver International Airport, our unique location provides guests with a true retreat from everyday life, “ said Connie Dorsey, general manager of C Lazy U guest ranch. “The renovation of the Lazy U Spa will continue to allow our guests to fully relax while vacationing with us.”

In addition to enjoying other signature treatments such as massages, facials, manicures and pedicures, and a myriad of wraps and scrubs made from scratch in the Ranch’s kitchen, Lazy U spa goers can now enjoy new homemade treatments, offered seasonally. Uniquely designed to celebrate the fresh herbs and ingredients inherent to each season, these treatments include the “Cowboy Coffee Body Scrub” featured in the spring and comprised of freshly harvested honey, yogurt and oatmeal, and the “Pumpkin Pie Mask” made of pure pumpkin and fresh papaya and offered in the fall. No matter the time of year, The Lazy U Spa provides guests with the ultimate all-natural spa experience, all within the unique tent setting only found at C Lazy U.

C Lazy U features a collection of 38 rustically-elegant cabin accommodations, fine dining, the full-service Lazy U Spa, and 8,500 acres of adventurous activities. No matter the season, guests are never short of experiences, most of which are included within the price of their stays.

About C Lazy U

Known for its “5-Spur Service,” C Lazy U is Colorado’s premier luxury guest ranch getaway. Located in Grand County and easily accessible from Denver, C Lazy U is one of the few remaining places where guests can experience a vacation far from the stres ses of everyday life and filled with the rich traditions of the American West. C Lazy U features a collection of 38 rustically-elegant cabin accommodations, fine dining, a full-service “Lazy U” spa, and 8,500 acres of adventure. Limitless family activities include horseback riding, a second-to-none children’s program, swimming, tennis, bicycling, hiking, fishing, hunting, yoga, a zip line and ropes course, trap shooting, archery, Snowcat excursions and skiing, sledding, snow tubing, ice hockey and skating on a Zamboni -groomed pond, snowmobiling, snowshoeing, cross-country skiing and more. For those who visit C Lazy U and never want to leave, private ownership opportunities are also available. For additional information, visit www.clazyu.com, or call (970) 887-3344.

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