Beaver Creek Resort Lodging

Beaver Creek Resort Lodging

Known for its high-end ski resorts, Beaver Creek also boasts a number of deluxe lodging options that are sure to please. Located within easy walking distance of lifts and amenities, most of the lodging is ski-in/ski-out.

Accommodations are scattered throughout three villages that are linked via the slopes, lifts and free shuttle transport. The village of Beaver Creek is the most popular, followed by Bachelor Gulch and Arrowhead Village to the west.

The Lodge

The ski-in/ski-out convenience of staying at a lodge is a big reason why many people visit Beaver Creek each season. They can put their skis on in front of their lodge door and walk out to the slopes without having to leave the resort, which can save them time, money, and a plethora of unnecessary trips down to the lifts.

That said, it’s a little pricier to book these types of ski-in/ski-out hotels than other lodging options, but it’s worth the extra expense if you value being able to get out and ski right away. It’s also a nice way to get some more points in for your stay, especially if you’re using World of Hyatt points.

This all-suite lodge has a brag-worthy concierge service managed by super-friendly staff, not to mention access to a complimentary shuttle around the village. Rooms are a mix of mountain, village and creekside views and they all include access to a heated indoor pool, a steamy hot tub and sauna and top-of-the-line fitness centers.

The Village

If you’re visiting Beaver Creek, there’s no doubt that you’ll want to spend some time in the village. With a wide variety of shops, restaurants, and entertainment options, the village offers visitors an incredible choice for a day of exploring.

You’ll also find a great selection of art galleries in the village, and there are several family-friendly restaurants with indoor and outdoor seating. You can even enjoy a night out at the Vilar Performing Arts Center.

The village is a pedestrian area and is easy to navigate without a car, but you can also hire a ski shuttle. This makes it an ideal place for families to stay and explore the resort.

Aside from skiing, there are a variety of activities to enjoy during your visit including high altitude golf, mountain biking and hiking. You can also participate in events like the Talons Challenge, the Tree Lighting Ceremony and the Birds of Prey Men’s World Cup races.

The Art

Beaver Creek Resort Lodging offers the perfect place to keep your skiing and snowboarding memories alive year-round. This handmade metal mountain wall art is the ideal gift for any skier or snowboarder on your list, hung over their fireplace mantel, above their bed headboard or over a doorway in their ski lodge.

One of the top attractions for visiting guests in Beaver Creek is the European-style village, complete with a range of restaurants, shops and entertainment. It’s also home to a state-of-the-art Vilar Performing Arts Center, with a 530-seat theater.

Another great reason to visit Beaver Creek is the extensive selection of activities for summer visitors, including golf, fishing and whitewater rafting. This prestigious ski area in Colorado is also known for its summer mountain bike and hiking trails, offering breathtaking views of the snow-covered peaks.

Located in the heart of the pedestrian village, less than 5 minutes’ walk from the Centennial Lift, Poste Montane Lodge offers free Wi-Fi and a daily breakfast. This European-style mountain inn features 24 suites. Each is a comfortable retreat with a down comforter, plush bathrobes and spa-quality toiletries.

The View

If you’re looking for a hotel in Beaver Creek that’s as stylish as the mountain it sits on, the Park Hyatt is a great choice. Guests can choose from 190 luxurious rooms and 23 suites that are adorned with warm and sophisticated accents, as well as private balconies where they can enjoy picturesque views of the mountain or village.

When you stay at this property, you’ll be a short walk from the Buckaroo Gondola and Beaver Creek Village. Dining, shopping, ice skating, and the Vilar Performing Arts Center are also nearby.

This is an ideal place to stay if you’re traveling with kids, because the one-bedroom suites have doors that close (which keeps your privacy) and living areas that have pullout sleeper sofas for extra room. There are also double queen-bedded suites for larger families who want to spread out a bit.