Finding an ideal luxury hotel in Beaver Creek does not have to be difficult. Welcome to Beaver Creek Lodge, a nice option for travelers like you.
The rooms offer a flat screen TV, a kitchenette, and air conditioning, and getting online is possible, as free wifi is available, allowing you to rest and refresh with ease.
Beaver Creek Hotel features a 24 hour front desk, a concierge, and room service. In addition, as a valued Beaver Creek Lodge guest, you can enjoy a pool and a lounge that are available on-site. Guests arriving by vehicle have access to parking.
While in Beaver Creek, you may want to check out some of the restaurants that are a short walk away from Beaver Creek Hotel, including Splendido at the Chateau (0.2 mi), Grouse Mountain Grill (0.1 mi), and Blue Moose (0.1 mi).
There is no shortage of things to do in the area: explore popular art galleries such as C. Anthony Gallery and By Nature Gallery.
Beaver Creek Lodge looks forward to welcoming you on your visit to Beaver Creek.
Stayed here fir two nights over the summer. This entire property is in need of updating. Rooms are spacious however decor, furniture, etc. all need modernization. Common areas need it as well. Pool area, workout room, and lobby are all dated and in need of some work. The staff was marginally friendly at best. Great location as the property sits just off of the main village square. Prime spot if you are staying in the winter. There are a lot of other properties in the summer however and I would look elsewhere before staying here in the summer again.
The hotel was great and had great amenities but the hotel staff went above and beyond - especially Sara and Charlie! They were amazing and really made us feel welcomed! Customer service is always the make it or break it and they nailed it!
Here are the top-level items you should know about this hotel: 1. It is not ski-in, ski-out, unless carrying your skis for 5 minutes is ski-in, ski-out. 2. The rooms are pretty dated 3. Wi-fi is very average 4. Most rooms have no meaningful view 5. The main hotel restaurant - Alpine and Antlers - has perhaps the slowest kitchen on the planet. If you want to eat breakfast there (food is decent) and also start skiing by 930a, order your food by 730a. And bring a book. Came here with my family. Expected to be very close to the mountain in new-ish rooms with good amenities. Overall, a disappointment. Furthermore, it was a tale of two front desk staff. One woman was friendly, helpful, went the extra mile. The other couldn't have been less informative or resourceful. Prices during spring break weren't outrageous so can't complain too much about overpaying. I just won't come back regardless of price as it is not a great vacation spot. If you have the money, I'd pay extra and stay at Park Hyatt. Better location, better food, better service.…
This hotel is convenient (ski in ski out) and has great staff. For the price, I was surprised at how dated the interior is. This hotel is in serious need of renovations. The room itself was clean, but common areas often were not.
I am platinum with Marriott...so I decided to use points for two nights at this hotel to celebrate our 20th wedding anniversary. Great location, clean, friendly employees and nice hot tub. We had dinner at the hotel restaurant and it was excellent....great service and good food. I felt hotel room was overpriced...60K points a night...the room is nothing special...they gave me a view looking north...not the best view...and the place wasn't even full....how about treating platinum a little better? The light next to my bed did not work, and it was not the bulb...do they ever check the lights? The light switch in the bathroom barely worked....had to press hard on the switch to turn it on...and here is the topper...there are no plates of silverware in the room...so I requested 2 plates, one spoon, one knife and extra coffee at 0800....Housekeeping made their delivery at noon. After my third call to the front desk before the housekeeping delivery, the front desk guy made his own delivery at 0930.... I never plan to stay here again. I was in Room 502....they said it was an upgrade...and it came with just one roll of toilet paper....would I of have had to wait another four hours for housekeeping to deliver me a second roll of toilet paper if I had the need....fortunately, I didn't have the need.…