I have always wanted to stay in this place, which is in Beaver Creek village proper. Be careful what you wish for.
I had a two bedroom, two bath unit with kitchen and washer and dryer and all the stuff you would expect in a privately owned condo. The interior finish and furnishings were very high-end, but the layout of the unit was bizarre. Very small kitchen with inadequate eating area. Door into master bedroom clunks into the side of the bed, so there is no nightstand or reading light on that side. Not OK for two people if they both want to read. No dresser in master bedroom. Not OK. Second bedroom has two twins but the size of the room dictates that they have to be pushed together. If two people sleep in there, they better be chummy. Balcony was so tiny that it was worthless. Last but not least, most of my windows looked at the side of the adjoining building which was about 15 feet away.
Maybe some of the other units have better floor plans and better views than the one I had but why take the chance? As a better alternative that is also in Beaver Creek village proper, I recommend St. James Place (which is basically next door) if you need a functional kitchen and eating area and your party has more than three people. The St. James units are not quite as upscale as the Hyatt Mountain Lodge, but they are plenty upscale enough for me and far more user-friendly. The St. James public areas are also nicer in my estimation. (That said, St. James does not have an outdoor pool while the Hyatt Mountain Lodge does.)
If you only need one bedroom and don't need a kitchen, I recommend the Poste Montane which is also basically next door to the Hyatt Mountain Lodge.
Bottom line: I wish I could steal the furniture from my unit at the Hyatt Mountain Lodge, but there are better places to stay in Beaver Creek village. (PS: don't confuse the Hyatt Mountain Lodge with the Park Hyatt at Beaver Creek which also has some condo-style units. They are two completely different properties and are NOT next door to each other.)