The Westin Riverfront Mountain Villas, Beaver Creek Mtn
What We Love
- The high-speed Riverfront Express Gondola takes you right to the top of Beaver Creek Mountain.
- Spa Anjali, with treatments drawing inspiration from the Rockies, Swiss Alps and Himalayas
- There’s a heated saline lap pool and three outdoor whirlpool tubs
- The south-facing apres-ski public spaces, which overlook the river and mountains
What To Know
- Free WiFi
- This is a condo-style resort; villas have kitchens but there is also an on site restaurant
- Kids are welcome: there’s even a kids' club
- Free WiFi
- Handicap Accessible
- Kids Club
- Parking On Site
Ideal for families and small groups of friends, this mountainside condo resort offers plenty of room to move–even the studios (the smallest category of villa) can sleep four adults. The villas come equipped with kitchens for those who prefer to cook in, but there’s also plenty to love about Cima, the Latin-inspired restaurant where chef Richard Sandoval creates dishes using locally-raised meats and produce. After a day on the slopes, the 23,000-square-foot Spa Anjali is the place to head for a soothing massage or wrap; full-day pampering rituals are also available. Summer visitors have access to just as many diversions, including a bocce court and a 5.5-acre park and bike trail along Eagle River.
In the Area
Skiing and other outdoor pursuits are the prime focus of visitors to Beaver Creek and surrounds, but the area also lays claim to some great cultural institutions, like the Vilar Performing Arts Center, a 530-seater offering an array of shows from Broadway musicals to concerts by visiting artists. Summertime explodes with festivals, including Vail Jazz, the Summer Mountain Games and the Gourmet on Gore food festival. For a more rugged cultural event, grab your Stetson and head to the Beaver Creek Rodeo, held from June to August, which includes team roping, barrel racing, bull riding and great BBQ.
How to Get There
The Westin in Avon, in the valley below Beaver Creek, is a relaxed, friendly, luxurious resort. We visit every summer to hike, golf, and raft in Vail Valley. Like jogging and biking? You can do both along the Eagle River, which is out the “back door” of the resort. Avon is convenient and walkable. The resort is open and comfortable. It’s a great choice for friends, couples and families.
We always enjoy our time in the Avon/Beaver Creek area. We have stayed in both the hotel as well as the villas and definitely prefer the spacious villas. If you are able to get a river view, so much the better. This last time, we had a village view and it still was very nice. We were able to sit out on the balcony every afternoon for our own happy hour. Having a full kitchen and washer and dryer were great benefits. After a morning of hiking, we enjoyed the pool and hot tubs. Pool food was great! Amenities at the resort were top notch.
My wife and I were totally blow away when we walked into the room the first time. A full kitchen with a large dinning table, an awesome bathroom & bedroom and a picturesque view out the window. We loved to sleep with the windows open to hear the sound of the Eagle River below our room. It was rally hard to check out when the time. The only real issue was that our room was on the west end of the build which had a construction project next door. So no sleeping in as beep beep beeps woke us up in the morning. We had access to the Westin hotel facilities next door. It took a little time to figure out the under ground parking as we need to weave around posts & cones to the back corner of the parking ramp. Beware of the valet parking drivers who come whipping around corners at a pretty good clip. After spending a rather disappointing stay in Colorado Springs after our visit, we would spend the entire vacation at this place in a heart beat.
Beautiful views, excellent room, comfortable bed, easily navigated resort, great food! There were no issues so big to take away the relaxation this vacation gave me. The doormen, front desk, housekeeping and Maya staff are especially good. I do recommend this resort.
Front desk and management are horrible at this hotel they don’t care about your needs whatsoever! I am a lifetime elite, owner, and currently and elite + ambassador if they don’t help me I feel sorry for people who have zero status. Property is beautiful and support staff great however. It’s sad the front desk doesn’t take more pride in their jobs!