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50 West Thomas Place
Avon, CO 81620
Nightly Rates: ( 735.97 - 827.44 )
The Park Hyatt Beaver Creek® Resort and Spa...reminiscent of the captivating charm and alpine grandeur of a European village...nestled in the foothills of its own beautiful mountain. Enter the quaint village of Beaver Creek®, set against a backdrop of snowcapped Rocky Mountains, stretching toward azure skies...just 10 miles from Vail...in an enchanting village mountain away from reality.
For reservations, room rates and availability, click the Reservations icon above. To speak with a Hyatt representative personally, call (800) 633-7313. If calling from outside the US, obtain international reservation numbers at www.hyatt.com/hotel_reservations/reservations_numbers.html.
· American Dollars is the native currency.
· Check in time is 4PM
· Check out time is 12PM
· Time Zone is MST
· Opened in 1989
· 190 rooms.
· 0 suites.
· 0 floors.
* Located in the heart of Beaver Creek®, a self-contained village* Mountain resort nestled at the base of the 11,000-foot peaks of the Gore Range Mountains* 10 miles from Vail* 2 hours from Denver, via Interstate 70* 20 miles from Eagle County Airport* 127 miles from Denver International Airport
A credit card guarantee is required to complete a reservation. Your credit card will be charged if cancellation policies are not correctly followed. The amount charged may equal the cost of 1 (one) or more nights plus applicable taxes.
Cancellation policies vary based on day of arrival. When making reservations, please read the rate rules given immediately after selecting a specific rate. Policies are provided before the reservation is complete.
The Patina features Southwest cuisine with Pacific Rim influences. Open for breakfast, lunch and dinner.
This cafe is for the action-oriented guest, providing picnic baskets for mountain hikes and rides.Lobby Bar
The real focal point for all socializing is the resort's spacious lobby where the awesome view mesmerizes as you sip an aperitif and listen to soft music.
This lounge and eatery proffers an array of delectable pizzas and "finger foods", in an inviting atmosphere enhanced by a large fireplace, mountain views, and live entertainment.
The Park Hyatt Beaver Creek® Resort and Spa provides 23,000-square feet of meeting space.
* 5,000-square foot prefunction space * 10,000-square foot main ballroom * 16 meeting rooms * Most meeting rooms have windows and access to the outdoors * All meeting rooms have multiple microphones, telephone and electrical outlets as well as individual controls for climate and sound
A truly magnificent mountain, Beaver Creek® offers 60 plus ski trails plus several open bowls and gladed ski areas for all levels of expertise...all within easy access, right outside your door at the Park Hyatt Beaver Creek® Resort and Spa. If cross-country skiing is preferred, 12 miles of double-set track wind along aspen and pine-lined trails just waiting to be explored.Allegria Spa
Allegria spa, a luxurious health spa, with state-of-the-art equipment, fitness classes with expert instructors...even aqua aerobics in the heated outdoor pool. For total relaxation, try the open-air Jacuzzis, enervating body massage, or exotic herbal wraps. www.allegriaspa.com
The warm days and cool nights are inspiration for the popular local adage, "Winter is why we come to Beaver Creek®, summer is why we stay." Explore the beauty and splendor of the mountains on horseback or by hiking, bicycling, 4-wheel drive...and even chair-lift riding. Enjoy golf enveloped by mountains peaks...or cast your line in bubbling streams for exhilarating trout fishing...or opt for white-water rafting.
* Downhill and nordic skiing * Golf guaranteed times, based on availability * White-water rafting * Snow-mobiling * Ice skating * Indoor/outdoor pool * Whirlpool, sauna * Tennis * Jogging paths * Camp Hyatt® - daily, fun-filled, educational activities for children
Truly a year-round destination, you'll discover a charming alpine village at this breathtaking resort in Vail Valley. Experience old-world elegance in a rustic setting. Activities at this ski-in/ski-out location include a year-round pool, whirlpools and a fitness center. In summer enjoy horseback riding, four-wheel-drive tours, rafting, hiking and golf.Adventures in Rafting
One of the best ways to stay summertime cool is rafting. Several outfitters offer trips on local waters as well as rivers in other parts of the state. 1000 Lions Ridge Loop; (303) 476-7645.Colorado Ski Museum
Offering an overview of the history of skiing especially in Colorado, this small museum has excellent exhibits, including historical photos and examples of century-old equipment. Check out skis used by early Colorado miners in the 1880s, early "beartrap" bindings, the first buckle boots and metal-edged skis. Vail village at the corner of Vail Road and East Meadow Drive; (303) 476-1876.John Dobson Ice Arena
Skiing is not the only winter activity for Vail Valley visitors! The skating arena is open daily. 321 Loinshead Circle; (303) 479-2270.Hiking
A short, but still visually rewarding two-mile hike to Booth Falls, a 60-foot waterfall that's the highlight of a series of cascades on Booth Creek. From Vail Village, go east, crossing over to the frontage road on the north side of Interstate 70, and continue to Booth Falls. At the other end of the spectrum is the demanding climb to the top of Mount of the Holy Cross -- about 12 miles roundtrip. At just over 14,000-feet, the peak offers wonderful views of the surrounding mountains. Holy Cross Ranger District Office, 401 Main Street, Minturn; (303) 827-5715.Pedal Power
Vail is ideally suited to cycling, with excellent paved bike paths and hundreds of miles of backcountry trails for mountain bikers. Also, many ski shops rent out bikes instead of skis in the summer. 555 East Lionshead Circle; (303) 476-6633.Piney River Ranch
View the backcountry without taxing the ol' ticker -- on horseback. Local outfitters offer a variety of rides -- from easy one-hour trips to more demanding, multi-day adventures. (303) 476-3941.Spraddle Creek Ranch
Snowmobile tours and rentals. (303) 476-6941.Vail Associates
Those yearning for a thrill might want to take a ride on the 3,200-foot-long bobsled course. The four-person sleds reach speeds of 40 mph; helmets and instructions provided. Liability releases for riders 18 and younger are required and riders must be at least four-feet tall. (303) 949-5750.Vail Nature Center
Popular nordic center offering low-key touring on an eight-mile track snaking along Gore Creek. Features natural-history exhibits and equipment rental. Take Vail Valley Drive (Frontage Road) east from Vail Village; (303) 479-2261.