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What We Love

  • Amazing spot at the foot of the mountain, with a lift just steps from the door
  • World-class hiking, biking, fly fishing, golf and more
  • Backyard access to almost all winter activities
  • Lively, hip bar scene
  • Looks sharp from the 2008 renovation
  • Lodge-style comfort without the clichés

What To Know

  • Ski from late November to early April
  • The best time for summer activities is from mid-June to October.
  • The Osprey closes in between seasons from mid-October to late November and mid-April to June.
  • Smaller than many ski town resorts, so expect an intimate, personal vibe.
  • Vast valley views from the Superior room


  •  Babysitting
  •  Bar
  •  Free WiFi
  •  Gym
  •  Kids Club
  •  Parking On Site
  •  Pool
  •  Spa
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The Review

Mountain town hotels are a different breed; I have a few requirements when I check into one. The first is easy access to the mountain terrain. There’s been an explosion in this category of hotel across the country lately, but no property I’ve seen has better access than The Osprey.

At the hotel door, you’re shouting distance from the lift. During the warmer months, you can walk out the door and start hiking or biking within minutes. Further afield there’s fly fishing, whitewater rafting and golf. Come winter, you can ski, snowshoe, dogsled and snowmobile — all in the hotel’s backyard.

Next comes comfort, and I don’t mean high thread counts. The 45-room Osprey has a kind of casual-chic welcome. It gets the mountain aesthetic, without cliché. No antler chandeliers or stuffed bison heads on the walls here.

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The Osprey Lounge also has a fun tapas menu, an extensive cocktail list and a young urban vibe. The pool and hot tub function as a second bar hangout, which is unique in the Beaver Creek area.

Certain sacrifices come with picking a smaller ski hotel, such as trading the spa for a homey feel. But the whole Beaver Creek concept was to be a walkable village. Whether you’re in hiking boots or snow boots, you’ll be close to everything at The Osprey.

How to Get There

The Osprey at Beaver Creek, A RockResort
10 Elk Track Lane
Beaver Creek, CO 81620 United States


4.5 Very Good 422 Reviews
A hidden gem in BC
Reviewed 1 month ago

Surrounded by the high prices of the surrounding resorts, the Osprey is truly a hidden gem. I stay here when I come to Beaver Creak for a few reasons. 1. It tends to have the best price and value. 2. Chair lift directly outside the hotel. This hotel has everything you need for a great ski week: valet parking, ski valet, its own chairlift, and excellent rooms. The only thing this place may be lacking is a decent restaurant/apres ski scene as the lobby area is small. ButBeaver Creek is walkable and I tend to just walk across the street to the many other restaurant options.
Their breakfast buffet, however is except, convenient and well serviced. All around the Osprey is a great choice; affordable close to everything, and the rooms are definitely 4star. The pool/hot tub, steam room and sauna are great too.

Best ski week ever
Reviewed 2 months ago

Is the best place to stay in Beaver Creek. Steps away from two lifts that takes you to the heat of the mountain. The service is second to none. The staff is the best, always available and ready to help you in any way the can. The food is great and you have all the options at walking distance so you don’t have to have a car or jump in and out of busses. We’ll definitely repeat this in 2019.

Spring Skiing
Reviewed 2 months ago

An excellent place to stay from beginning to end. First of all the boutique feel with 5 star service makes this our first place to stay while in Beavercreek. It is located right next to the Strawberry lift. The ski valet Ian makes everything very easy before and after skiing. Head into the bar and have Evan and his team prepare you the best wings or pour you an amazing Old Fashion. If you are looking for dinner reservations or a snow mobile tour, look to Stacy.

See you next year...

The Judges

Great Location and Price
Reviewed 3 months ago

Stayed here during a tour of Colorado's "Powder Highway". Very convenient location, underground valet parking included as part of daily resort fee. Beaver Creek Village with shops and deli are close by as are the lift ticket offices and Gondola. Simply walk across the street in your ski boots and you are there.

On the last day, we skied before taking off so we left our bags in the room excepts for two bags which we checked with the bell desk. The front desk then put all of our bags into our vehicle, parked underground, and brought the vehicle to the front of the hotel when we were done skiing. We changed clothes in the hotel restroom and then were on our way.

Loved the location
Reviewed 3 months ago

We have been to Vail for many years & thought we would try Beaver Creek. This hotel was perfect for us. It was easy to get to. The room had a view of the pool, and a fire place-which was nice, but we never found ourselves sitting on the couch by the fire. We asked for 2 double beds, which we could have upgraded to for $50.00 per night. We chose not to.The bed was comfortable and was a king, so we had space. The shower was huge, but no tub, and a private toilet area. They recycle quite a bit, so we did not have little soaps & shampoos, it was all in a big container, like at a gym or spa. While I miss taking the little soaps home, I hate taking off those little tops, trying to get enough shampoo on your head, so I would say a plus. They had robes to use & gave us two, many hotels I find they leave one & you have to ask for a second. The only funny thing about the room was the bathroom area: it had a shower area, the toilet area, but the sink area, it had 2 sinks, but no drawers, & the shelves had towels on them. So all our stuff was all over the counter top. The bigger problem of the sink area was it was not inclosed, so if someone got up early or in the middle of the night & turned on the light, the people sleeping were affected by this. Otherwise it was quite lovely and clean. Even the doors, i look for that.
The ski valet was awesome, he was so helpful & friendly, even stored our slippers for us & almost put them on your feet when you returned. Like everyone else has said, you can not get closer to a lift. If you want to explore more towards the Centennial lift area, it is best you don't try to find away back over the mountain, just ski on the flat area over the bridge, it is quite easy.
You can walk everywhere from the location. We only grabbed a quick breakfast sandwich one morning, and I took it go. So can not comment on the food.
They do have board games in the lounging area, We found ourselves playing Monopoly one evening, we even had a single person asking if he could join in the fun while he waited for his out of town friends. Which non of us had played for many years.
This was a nice comfortable hotel.
We did use the hot tub everyday, It was small, and only had jets working on the one side. The lounge area was comfortable & always warmed by the sun. It has a fire pit in the area, but it was not on in the day time & we did not go in the PM. Yes, I would stay again.