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Park Hyatt Beaver Creek
Avon (Beaver Creek), ColoradoEnter your email address and zip code for pricing and availability
Why Stay At Park Hyatt Beaver Creek
This ski-in, ski-out resort is well suited for both families and spa-goers, and the location as the centerpiece of Beaver Creek's European village can't be beat.
To be a standout for families and spa-goers may seem an odd combination, but this 197-room, native-stone-and-timber Park Hyatt at the base of Beaver Creek Mountain (just 200 feet from the peak's ski school) pulls it off with luxury to boot. Wander past the lobby's elk-horn chandelier to rooms with oversize beds and baths featuring products from the hotel's Allegria Spa. The spa, with a $12 million overhaul in 2006 that practically doubled its size to 30,000 square feet, is the perfect place to wind down after skiing to the hotel's doorstep and handing off your gear to the ski valet. But kids are decidedly a focus here, with activities organized by Camp Hyatt (for kids 3-12), the village's best heated outdoor pool and four hot tubs (two are adult-only), and daily story time in front of the Great Room fireplace, complete with complimentary hot cocoa.
In the mornings, stop by the ski valet for complimentary hot cocoa and advance reservations for lunch on the terrace. Spending the day on the slopes? Arrive early for the après-ski scene at the hotel. Live music performances and oversize margaritas lure the see-and-be-seen crowd.
Gather round the fire pit for gourmet s'mores (yes, you can make your own, with a choice of milk or dark chocolate and a selection of handmade marshmallows in vanilla bean, crème de menthe, Grand Marnier, and toffee).
Arrive at Denver International Airport (DEN), which is approximately 130 miles (2 hours 30 minutes) from the hotel, or Eagle County Airport (EGE), which is approximately 30 miles (40 minutes) from the hotel. Colorado Mountain Express offers transfers to/from Eagle County Airport (EGE) for $70 each way.136 East Thomas Place, Avon, Colorado, United States
Hotel FeaturesBack to Top Property Amenities
- Spa on Property
- Multilingual Staff
- Kids Club
- Business Center
- Currency Exchange
- Laundry Service
- Laundry Facilities
- Flat-Panel Televisions
- Work Desk
- Ceiling Fans
- Bath Robes
- In-Room Safes
- Mini Refrigerators
- Air Conditioning
- 4 Restaurants
- 2 Bars
- 24-Hour Room Service
- 2-adult + 2-children (under 18) occupancy
- Bottle of wine upon arrival
- Wired and wireless internet in guest rooms and designated public areas
- Toll-free and local telephone calls
- Incoming and outgoing faxes
- Bottled water
- S'mores Happy Hour from 4-5 p.m.
- Access to the fitness center at Allegria Spa
- Complimentary Aqua Sanitas with any spa or salon service, Allegria's healing waters sanctuary
Snack Spot: The Blue Moose is a favorite among families and ski bums for steaming pizza pies and hearty calzones. No matter the weather, locals brave the conditions for takeout. Dinner for two $25. 970/845-8666. 76 Avondale Lane.
Outdoor Activity: For a break from the ski school, opt for a spin on the village ice-skating rink. Skates and helmets are available for rent, and lessons are offered. From $5 per person. 970/845-0438.
Where to Shop: In a mountain town with a bevy of high-end boutiques it can be a challenge to find the basics, but in-the-know travelers head straight to Beaver Creek Market for everything from house-made ice cream to alpine souvenirs. 970/949-0742. St. James Place (near the ice-skating rink).
Why Go Now
Thursday nights, June 30, 2011 - August 18, 2011
Beaver Creek Rodeo
Fun-filled Wild West activities such as barrel racing and bull riding, plus barbecue. Avon behind Chapel Square (free shuttles are available from the covered bridge in Beaver Creek)
July 22-24, 2011
Rocky Mountain Antique Festival
Beaver Creek Village Plaza
September 2-4, 2011
Enjoy the polka tunes and overflowing beer steins with the Rockies as a backdrop