Park Hyatt Beaver Creek Resort and Spa
What We Love
- Ski-in/ski-out access to Beaver Creek Resort in the winter; whitewater rafting, kayaking and fly-fishing in the summer
- Mountain-inspired treatments at the Allegria Spa
- Daily free s’mores happy hour throughout the year
What To Know
- Ski season at Park Hyatt extends through early April; check Beaver Creek’s website for exact closing dates
- You’ll need to book a Slope View room for direct mountain vistas
- Flights to Eagle County Regional Airport are seasonal; check for availability
- A $25 resort fee per night will be collected at the Jetsetter checkout
- Free WiFi
- Handicap Accessible
- Kids Club
- Parking On Site
- Room Service
Modern lodge. Walls of stone and timber and towering ceilings lend a grand scale, especially in the Antler Hall with its 750-pound antler chandelier. But the look is invitingly upscale with overstuffed armchairs in moss green and buttery leather and thick-pile rugs in bright botanical prints.
Bed & Bath
Each of the 190 rooms has a dreamy signature Park Hyatt bed, from which you can watch falling snow or fading sunsets from the cozy sandwich of a plush pillow-top mattress and a down duvet. Soothing, earthy tones and soft textiles—high thread count cotton, leather on the headboards—add to the cozy feel. Bathrooms have double marble vanities and ginger peach products from the hotel spa.
When you’re battling the elements, it makes all the difference to have a staff that anticipates your every whim. During winter, toasty, dry ski boots are lined up at the ready each morning, and just-baked cookies are on offer at the end of each run followed by s’mores around a fire pit. Parents will love the hotel’s Allegria Spa, a destination in itself with mineral pools and steam rooms. The Park Hyatt’s dining options are just as satisfying. Throughout the year, the chefs at 8100 Mountainside Bar and Grill host grilling demos, complete with wine pairings. The menu has dishes like grilled elk loin, and the bar serves a full selection of Colorado microbrews.
How to Get There
My family visited Park Hyatt Beaver Creek on a whim while returning from Aspen to catch our return flight home from DEN and we couldn’t have been happier. The resort is filled with activities for all ages. The hotel is impeccable maintain, and the staff went out of their way to make our visit special.
Beaver Creek Hyatt is an amazing resort perched right at the bottom of the gondola ski lift. The ski valet makes skiing so easy and enjoyable. The views from the hotel are spectacular, the food and rinks are amazing, and the beds are so comfortable. I have been staying at this hotel 3 times per year (Nov, Jan, April) since 2016, as it is so convenient for our skiing.
Granted, I visited in the spring for an April ski trip, a time when they are likely a lot busy, but I can only speak of my experience. Everything was first rate, from the decor, the vibe, the facilities and the service. The lady at the front desk was nice enough to give us a free pass for the following day because we had been out skiing and didn't have the time to take advantage of the facilities. The spa closed at 8 pm and we had booked a 2 hr massage.
My massage therapist (deep tissue/swedish) was Mike Green and I cannot recommend him enough. I have been skiing for 30 yrs and rarely skip a massage: I can honestly say that this was one of the most effective and satisfying that I have had. I have a big/muscular build and I'd skied hard for 2 full days without much of a break (coming from sea level) and it takes a lot of work to set me right but I was pretty much a new man the next day. Mike was personable, hard working, highly skilled, and professional.
My only disappointment (not major) with the spa is that the Caldarium had no heat control (felt much cooler than a sauna) and the waterfall feature at the indoor jacuzzi area was lacking in volume/power -- nonetheless, it provided a sense of serenity.
If Mike should ever catch this review, the book I recommended was 'Mountains of my Life' by Walter Bonatti, truly one of the great reads for adventurers and lovers of the outdoors. Thank you to the Hyatt spa team at Beaver Creek...catch you next time
Hotel will be undergoing a significant lobby renovation beginning in April through August 2019. The hotel is intentionally hiding this fact, but be prepared to be greeted by a construction site if you plan on staying during this time. Further, construction noise can be expected during all hours of the work week. Recommend you look for other accommodations unless you want to spend your summer vacation at a construction site.
Stayed here for 4 nights. We can’t fault services provided by every department of this hotel. Location is great for family. Beaver Creek is totally our speed albeit restaurants options are rather limited yet is fine for 4 nights. Love cookies at 0330pm and mashmellow provided for guests for Apes ski. Special thanks to Steph at concierge who tirelessly accommodate our requests from restaurant reservations to notary services which needed to be done during our stay. We will definitely come back again if the the area.