|By PR Newswire||
|December 28, 2012 08:36 AM EST||
NEW YORK, Dec. 28, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Pesach on the Mountain is currently encouraging vacationers to spend this Pesach relaxing at its exclusive Passover hotel. Located in the luxurious Nita Lake Lodge, the program offers breathtaking views, exquisite food arrangements, and an array of top notch entertainment. More about the resort can be found on the company's website at http://www.PesachontheMountain.com/ski-resort.
"For many people, Pesach is a busy time filled with cleaning, cooking, organizing, and planning Chol Hamoed trips. While any Pesach program will offer a break from the cooking and cleaning, we take things one step further. Our space is limited to ensure that things stay quiet and peaceful, and the accommodations are gorgeous and relaxing. We're located in Nita Lake Lodge, which features large rooms, a multitude of amenities, and the ultimate in comfort for a Passover vacation that is truly relaxing," said Schneur Wineberg, Director at Pesach on the Mountain.
Pesach on the Mountain is located in Whistler, British Columbia at the popular Nita Lake Lodge; the program reserves the entire hotel for the ultimate private experience. The accommodations are tastefully decorated, large enough to live comfortably in for a week or two, and offer breathtaking views of the surrounding scenery. Unlike a Pesach program located in the tri-state area, Pesach on the Mountain takes vacationers away from the hustle and bustle of city life to a mountainside resort that offers quiet and clean air.
Nita Lake Lodge has only 77 suites, each of which is designed to be intimate and luxurious. The basic two bedroom suites are approximately 1,080 square feet and feature a kitchenette as well as a lavish bathroom with a double soaker bathtub and a separate shower. The suites are two floors, with a bedroom on both the upper and lower level.
The Passover hotel's Presidential Suites, the Rainforest and Glade, offer 1415 and 1925 square feet of space respectively. Along with full-sized king beds and oversized bathrooms, these suites also feature kitchenettes, balconies, and lots of entertainment space for a Pesach experience like no other. The Rainforest suite additionally features a full kitchen.
Pesach on the Mountain's dedication to providing a truly relaxing Passover vacation is not limited to the lodge itself, but extends to the various staff and entertainers the company will be bringing in. From concerts by the 8th Day to food from Chef Menajem Peretz, every aspect of the program is designed to be as idyllic as possible. There is even an option of a private in-room seder for those who want to spend the holiday with family only.
To find out more about the various accommodations and amenities the lodge offers or to discover why the Pesach on the Mountain experience is so unique, call the company at 718-635-3534. Details are also available on the company website at http://www.PesachontheMountain.com/ski-resort and the resort can be liked on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/PesachontheMountain or followed on Twitter at http://twitter.com/PesachMountain. The company blog, which highlights various aspects of the Pesach program, can be found at http://www.PesachontheMountain.com/blog.
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