Catering

Think of our catering staff as your family reunion dream team, taking care of every last delicious detail so you can focus on enjoying your gathering. Whether you need box lunches for a group hike or an outdoor barbecue for 200, our master chefs have decades of experience creating unforgettable meals.

The rich traditions of Sun Valley are not limited to the landscape and architecture. Many of Sun Valley’s master chefs have been in our kitchens creating mountain masterpieces for well over 20 years. Whether your group desires the rustic ambience of historical Trail Creek Cabin, a memorable wedding in a romantic setting or simply a continental breakfast in one of our many meeting rooms, our experienced staff is eager to provide you with the efficient and professional service necessary to make your event a success. We specialize in menu planning, meeting arrangements, audio/visual needs, wedding coordination, wine selections, entertainment, room gifts and assistance with recreational activities.

Since many groups return to the Sun Valley Resort year after year, space fills quickly so we recommend reserving your desired meeting, restaurant or wedding space as far in advance as possible.

 

Sun Valley Conference and Event Planners

Director of Catering:
Joseph Armeen
(208) 622-2991
jarmeen@sunvalley.com

Catering & Convention Service Manager:
Maritza Bluma
(208) 622-2990
mbluma@sunvalley.com

Catering & Special Events Manager:
Katherine Stansberry
(208) 622-2039
kstansberry@sunvalley.com

Catering Administrative Assistant:
Jaymee Norman
(208) 622-2014
jnorman@sunvalley.com

Catering & Convention Service Manager:
Christina Vandenboorn
(208) 622-2102
cvandenboorn@sunvalley.com

Wedding and Special Events Coordinator:
Megan Gergen
(208) 622-2101
weddings@sunvalley.com

General Catering Office
(208) 622-2020
(208) 622-3700: fax
cateringrequest@sunvalley.com

Catering & Convention Service Manager
(208) 622-2895
(208) 622-3700: fax
cvandenboorn@sunvalley.com

Spring Break in Sun Valley


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Vacation in the mountains By Kitt Doucette  
Where are we going for Spring Break this year? It’s a great question to ask and an even better one to answer.
Sure, there are the traditional options like Hawaii and Mexico, but consider this; 
Do they have days on end of crystal clear, piercing blue, Idaho mountain skies? 
Can you ride corn snow so soft and smooth that it often gets compared to butter? 
What about soak in a hot pool at a historic lodge and sip on a cold local beer with beautiful snow covered peaks all around? 
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