Beaver Creek Lodge, A Kessler Hotel
What We Love
- Steps from the lifts
- Views of the slopes from Rocks Modern Grill
- Gas fireplaces in all suites
What To Know
- Not ski-in, ski-out
- Environmentally friendly
- Top-notch ski and snowboard rentals at Christy Snowsports
- Free WiFi
- Parking On Site
- Room Service
Beaver Creek is an exclusive gated mountain resort with snowcapped peaks, powder-packed runs and World Cup racing during winter and glorious alpine meadows, crystal-clear streams and high-altitude golf courses all summer. Steps from the tony, pedestrian-only village and the lifts, Beaver Creek Lodge’s 72 suites are done in a contemporary mountain style with leather couches, gas fireplaces and kitchenettes. Relax sore muscles après ski in the steamy outdoor hot tub before dinner at the on-site Rocks Modern Grill.
In the Area
Every December the world descends upon Beaver Creek for the Birds of Prey World Cup, featuring one of the fastest downhill courses on the tour. The resort’s Birds of Prey run has signs marking the race course, so strap on your sticks and test your skill on its steeps — no Spandex speed suit required. Colorado is known for its microbrews, and one of the best is Crazy Mountain Brewing Company, the Vail Valley’s original microbrewery. Find the hoppy Crazy Mountain Amber Ale on tap at the Beaver Creek Chophouse. Come summer and fall, Red Sky Golf Club has two of the nation’s most stunning courses, one designed by Tom Fazio and the other by Greg Norman. Crystal-clear tributaries of the mighty Colorado River, including the Eagle river, surround Beaver Creek and afford some of the finest trout fly-fishing in the West. Gore Creek Fly Fisherman has been casting in these streams for more than 30 years and has the Vail Valley’s go-to guides.
How to Get There
Our room looked over the valley. Very comfortable bed. Couldn't ask for anything more. Hotel is right near the Hyatt where the meeting was being held, and the marketplace with stores and restaurants. It is about 3 miles from Avon village with less expensive stores and restaurants.
Suites are quite large, clean & comfortable. Atrium sculptures very cool. Check in friendly & helpful. Did not recognize Platinum status...perhaps because new to Marriott system. Valet prompt. Suite did not have a DND card and because of no valence, light leaks. Renovation in process but no impact on guests.
We stayed here over Labor Day weekend. Our location was excellent with good proximity to the Oktoberfest celebration, access to good restaurants, and easy access to Beaver Creek hiking trails. The hotel was preparing for a major renovation, and it could use one. It is dated, but the staff in the hotel and in-house restaurant were cheerful, thoughtful, and extremely helpful. Service overall is A+. After the renovation is complete, we would like to stay here again. We had no glitches during our stay, and appreciated the fact that the hotel is a Marriott-related property.
Love this place! The location was perfect. The village is a few paces behind the lodge. Also, right outside the lodge door is the bus shuttle stop that goes to Avon every 20 minutes. Apart from the bus shuttle, you can also take advantage of the Dial-A-Ride for rides within the Beaver Creek resort area (I used for a ride to the golf course). There is a valet charge to park your car in addition to a resort fee. The staff was very helpful in assisting me to get my golf clubs out of the car when I needed them. I stayed in a garden king room. I really liked the area outside of my room. The chandelier artwork was very cool. When I walked into my room there was soft music playing. Nice touch! The king bed was super comfortable. The kitchenette area had a microwave, fridge, coffee pot and most importantly, wine glasses. Some may say the room is outdated but for me, cozy and clean outweighs modern decor. I was impressed with the exercise equipment in the workout room. My interactions with housekeeping, front desk, parking and the bartender in the hotel bar were all positive. I would definitely stay here again.
What a moody, elegant, posh little neck of the woods! I’m loving the artwork and bronze sculptures....wood....copper....really immerses you in the Colorado atmosphere of an old mining town - turned - luxurious retreat 😊 We were a group of 6 + loved the service as well as the access to the village. Great location - hint: check out “Revolution” restaurant & bar! Nice 👍🏻