This ski-in/ski-out resort is perfect if your passion is the slopes. The resort offers chateau-style comfort that incorporates the beauty of the Rocky Mountains into the elegance of the resort. From skiing and other winter sports, to golf, dining, and spa treatments, this hotel offers it all. The Park Hyatt likes to think it stands out among the numerous Vail resorts in the area. No matter the season of your visit, there is plenty to do. Outdoor recreation is the draw of this resort, so if you love the Colorado mountainside, choose a guest room at this resort. There are 190 guest rooms and suites that offer either slope side or highland views. You will sleep each night on the trademarked Hyatt Grand Bed, and enjoy the conveniences of signature spa products and an iPod docking station in your room. There is a full-service business center with Wi-Fi and an e-concierge for those who are unable or unwilling to leave the office behind. The hotel staff is multilingual and the hotel runs a shuttle service to Beaver Creek.
There are numerous dining options at the resort, some of which are the finest restaurants in Colorado. The 8100 Mountainside Bar & Grill specializes in delicious organic, natural dishes made with local ingredients and served with Colorado microbrews and other drinks. The Antler Hall Lounge is a cozy place where you can sit by the fire for a drink and enjoy live entertainment is this watering hole that is a favorite for many in the area. The Cafe features an array of fruits, cheeses, sandwiches, salads, and specialty snacks. This is a great place to grab a quick bite before you hit the links, or halfway through a busy day of skiing. The kids will love the S'mores Happy Hour which is an event hosted from 4 to 5 pm each day by the fire pit. Finally, guests can try out McCoy's, the ski up restaurant that serves breakfast, soups, sandwiches, and warm beverages.
In addition to skiing, the resort is located near number other recreation activities like biking, rafting, golfing, and hiking. There is a heated outdoor pool on site, as well as hot tubs and saunas. Camp Hyatt provides babysitting services for parents who want to enjoy some activities without worrying about keeping the kids busy. There is also a fitness club on site for those who want to incorporate exercise into their mountain getaway.
Of course, it is Colorado, so skiing is going to be one of the biggest draws to the resort. You can ski nearby Vail or Breckenridge, visit the Ski Hall of Fame, or tour the Alpine Gardens and Beaver Creek Village. In addition to the mountains, try cross-country skiing, snowboarding, and snowshoeing. The town also plays host to art festivals and various performance events.
The resort is an ideal location for meetings and special events. There is over 20,000 square feet of indoor and outdoor event space. Professionals are onsite to assist with meeting events and the audio-visual team will assist you with set up and implementation. For special events like weddings and parties, there are three bedrooms and a ballroom with floor to ceiling windows that offer views of the Rocky Mountains. There are wedding packages available that include all you need to make your big day something special.
The next time you are thinking of visiting the Rocky Mountains and you want the best resort that features something for everyone in your party consider the Park Hyatt Beaver Creek.