LXR Announces Appointment of Eric Sather as GM

Peaks Resort & Golden Door Spa

. October 14, 2008

AUGUST 24, 2006. Sather will be responsible for overseeing the day-to-day operations of the Four Diamond, 174-room Telluride, Colo. resort. Voted among the top 10 ski resorts in North America by readers of Cond'e Nast Traveler, The Peaks offers both summer and winter adventures with spectacular views of the surrounding 14,000-foot San Juan Mountain Range. The Southwestern interiors of The Peaks Resort reflect the colorful history of Telluride, which was settled by miners in 1888 and soon after became the site of Butch Cassidy's first bank robbery.

In addition, ranked by Cond'e Nast Traveler as one of the nation's two best spas, The Golden Door Spa at The Peaks recreated the distinctive rituals that bring mind, body, and spirit into harmony, with specialized treatments using natural ingredients found only in the fresh, alpine environment of the Rocky Mountain country.

Sather comes to LXR most recently from Robert Redford's Sundance Resort in Sundance, Utah, where he served as general manager for two years.

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