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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


Quaint, comfortable and great location!

We stayed at the Osprey while attending a wedding in Beaver Creek. The room was spacious, comfortable and clean. The bed was an above average on the comfort scale. We loved the old school vibe of the place.

The staff was amazing. From the check-in personnel to the housekeeping staff everyone was friendly, accommodating and knowledgeable. While the village has an e client shuttle service to and from local destinations, the staff insisted on transporting us at every opportunity.

This is definitely an establishment at which we would stay again.

Lovely mountain location
Maxine K

Super clean hotel with small pool, hot tub and steam/sauna. We went in July when it was quiet in the hotel so we had the pool and steam room to ourselves which was lovely as the pool is in the mountains. Rooms lovely - clean and comfy with nice toiletries and views of the mountains. Across the road are plenty of eateries and live entertainment, plus ice rink. So good we stayed there twice on our break in Colorado.

Great location in Beaver Creek !

We stayed at the Osprey in one of their 3-bedroom units. The kitchen/great room and bedrooms were large and comfortable. The hotel is right across from Centennial Station which provides local shuttle service if needed. It is also an Easy walk to Beaver Creek Village.