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
It pains me to write this review, but I don't think this hotel lives up to the Park Hyatt brand. This is our 5th Park Hyatt hotel on this trip alone, and it doesn't even come close to the level of the other hotels. Here are the biggest issues.
1. The front desk assured us that our car and bags would be waiting for us at 8:30 pm when we asked for them. Apparently this was not communicated to the bell desk, because they had no record of this. We are currently late for our flight out of Denver because of this oversight.
2. I find it crazy that a Park Hyatt can't get pressing out quickly. The PH Buenos Aires and New York were able to get our pressing garments to us within 1 hr when we asked.
3. The rooms aren't Park Hyatt quality rooms. The rooms are small and a combo shower/tub is more 3 star hotel than 5 star hotel. I feel like we got a terrible value for what we paid, and we didn't even pay the $1,000 a night you charge in ski season. It feels more like a Hyatt Regency.
4. I was disappointed by the room service. First off, there was no menu in the room so we had to play telephone with the operator to figure out what we could order. Secondly the menu was incredibly limited.
5. The attention to detail was terrible. The Le Labo amenities were all different, some of them saying "for: Park Hyatt Chicago".
This said, the food at 8100 continues to be amazing.
All in all, I am sad to say that this is by far the worst Park Hyatt we have ever stayed at, and we will never return.
Not only was the Hyatt a beautiful hotel, but the staff in ALL areas were helpful and courteous. I'd recommend for family and couple getaway as well as large functions for reunions or a wedding. The setting can be beat with the mountains as your backdrop.
Terrible place. For wedding. Complete Gross lack of communication and misleading presentation. Experience not as described. Entire lobby walled off family unable to gather easily do wedding weekend. Big surprise day before wedding. Tile saws running etc...