Pros: Ourdoor Fire Pit and Smores and the patio with the fireplace - great place to watch Football.
Pros: The location and ski butler guys were fantastic!!!
Cons: The walls were a bit thin. The people in the room next door to us got into a major fight. A woman, man and young child. All were quite vocal and used very colorful language. We ended up having to go to the bar, but this was in no way the hotel's fault
Sad to see ordinary people treating people rudely when they are no different than customers that pay their wages.
Pros: THE VIEW. Not really, we asked for an upgrade, told we would have a view, only to be on the the second floor with a view of the road in front on the 'hotel'.
Cons: so many things.... it was on a reduced rate to allow others without wealth to enjoy the pleasures normally afforded to those with money to enjoy their life style. The staff knew the going in price and treated us as cattle.
The 180-room Ritz-Carlton, Bachelor Gulch provides a unique setting for a mountain retreat. The resort was inspired by the grand lodges of the west and captures the essence of the surrounding national forest. The year-round resort offers unlimited activities with skiing six months out of the year, preferred tee times at two 18-hole championship courses at the Red Sky Golf Club and unlimited summer adventures such as fly fishing, whitewater rafting, hiking, mountain biking, nature tours and culture events. With 19 treatment rooms and a co-ed, rock-lined grotto with lazy river hot tub, the 21,000-square-foot Bachelor Gulch Spa is the perfect place to relax and rejuvenate after a day in the mountains.
Pros: Very spacious and open. Bathrooms were very clean. Has plenty of kitchen necessities and extra pillows. Garage parking is a huge plus and great location. Only a 15 minute drive to vail. Would stay again.
Cons: Check out is at 10 am
Enjoy spectacular mountain vistas and discover the many pleasures of a Rocky Mountain vacation home. You'll be within easy walking distance of quaint shops and galleries, fine dining, nightlife and an endless menu of cultural events. Over 6,000 acres of Colorado Rockies ski heaven and numerous other winter sports are all within minutes of this resort. Summer also brings a wealth of recreational pastimes including golf, hiking, mountain biking, rafting, rock climbing and more. Your spacious two-bedroom, two-bath villa is designed with your comfort in mind. Whether you're warming your toes by the fireplace or spending an evening on the patio gazing at the starlit sky, you'll be cozy at this mountain retreat.
Pros: Food reception and supporting staff were excellent!!!
Pros: The cleaning staff was very nice. The front-desk was very nice. The concierge was so-so (female).
Cons: Rooms were a bit small.
Pros: Everything! Beautiful place, love the vire, fireplace and location.
Pros: Stayed here with my adult daughter. We got a very good rate. Shuttle for Beaver Creek ( free) picks up across the street. Wonderful restaurants within walking distance. Enjoyed the hot tub and steam room as well. Overall a great stay
Pros: The rooms have a unique layout. Traveling with a 11 month old, the room layout provides a really good setup for a crib. It's a huge bonus to have a washer/dryer and kitchenette. The room rate is AMAZING! You get a huge room with lots of perks for a great value. Most of the staff is very pleasant.
Cons: Some of the amenities have very strange hours. The pool and hot tub area doesn't open until 9am, even so the hot tubs are in the same room as the fitness area, which opens earlier. Our baby was up really early, so we thought we would take him for a swim to burn off some energy. We were somewhat rudely told to leave, even so people were working out in the same area. Same with the game room. So if your kids don't sleep well in hotels, you have no where to take them. Also, noise from neighboring rooms is awful. Our room needed a deep cleaning. I found a gobstopper under the bed skirt, and lots of dusty areas. There was goo in the knife block, it was just a dirty room overall, but we were so happy about everything else, we did our best to overlook it.
At the base of Beaver Creek Mountain lies Avon, Colorado, the hub around which all activities in the Vail Valley revolve. Sheraton Mountain Vista Villas is comfortably nestled into the spectacular alpine scenery of the area. Perfectly poised to deliver the best the Vail Valley has to offer year-round—from skiing, sleigh riding and horseback riding to hot air ballooning, fine dining and gondola rides, an endless menu of adventure awaits. The villas at Sheraton Mountain Vista all feature a kitchen, a separate dining area and a breakfast bar with seating for two. Some may have a whirlpool bath in the master suite and a screened terrace.
Pros: We really enjoyed the whole stay. Was a nice, clean and quiet. Didn't stay long enough to really rate the overall facility. The room and bed was comfortable. Much nice than your average hotel room.
Cons: The AC was slow too cool the unit. Bay window looks into the hallway. There are blinds but it felt less private. Kinda a strange feeling. There is $22 resort fee which I expect anywhere in Beaver Creek, but there is an additional surprise charge of $25 per night for valet parking. I was under the impression that valet was included in the resort fee. That information was not offered up to me when I checked in. Expect to pay an additional $47+ fee on top of what you book the room for. I'm pretty sure you run into this at every resort in BC, so it's hard to knock the Lodge for what is pretty normal. Still don't like or appreciate it though.
Pros: I have stayed here several times and keep coming back. Very pleasant staff. Great ski room operation and just steps from there to the lift. New restaurant in the hotel is very nice for breakfast or dinner.
Cons: Wifi was fine but you have to sign back in every time you leave the room which is a hassle and should be fixed.
Sublimely located in the village at the base of Beaver Creek Mountain, the Beaver Creek Lodge is a premier Colorado mountain resort. An ice rink is located next to the resort and shopping, dining and entertainment venues are within one-block of the resort. Fabulous mountain vistas invoke an unparalleled serenity that visitors return for year after year. Outdoor fun includes biking, fishing, horseback riding, hot-air ballooning and golf at a Robert Trent Jones Jr. designed course. Vail's Tyrolean-style village, 12 miles 19 km from the property, boasts trendy shopping along with fine restaurants and the obvious recreational pursuits.
Guests are greeted into a stylish lobby with deep red accents, hand-carved furniture and exquisite artwork. An atrium gallery features interesting sculptures depicting rock climbers ascending the six stories to the top.Revolution serves up regional cuisine and cocktails with garden views, and Revolution on the Run offers ready-to-go meals. The resort boasts an indoor/outdoor pool, a jetted tub, a sauna and a fitness center. Ski and golf club storage is available and there are sports and gift shops on site. Conference space is available and wireless Internet access is offered in public areas. Other amenities include concierge service, valet parking (surcharge), and guest laundry facilities. This hotel is a smoke-free property.
All of the 68 soundproofed guestrooms feature contemporary décor, gas fireplaces and kitchenettes with sinks, refrigerators, and microwave ovens. Two televisions in each unit come equipped with cable and DVD players, with video-game consoles available upon request. Wireless (high-speed) Internet access is complimentary.
Cons: hot water not working. Late check out not offered to Villas. Shuttle pick up was on the street in the rain
Unwind and recharge at our captivating, mountainside resort. A restorative retreat in the heart of Vail Valley, it is nestled at the base of Beaver Creek Mountain, near Eagle River, Avon and numerous inspired skiing, shopping and dining destinations. Take advantage of our holistic approach to wellness. Relax at the 23,000-square-foot spa with lap pool and Jacuzzis, or energize in the state-of-the-art gym with cycle and yoga/pilates studios while young guests stay active at the Westin® Kids Club. Delight in 68 fully furnished villas. Boasting all the comforts of home, they house spacious living and dining areas, a kitchen or kitchenette, and a washer and dryer—plus signature features, like a Westin Heavenly® Bed and Westin Heavenly® Bath.
Pros: Reasonable commuting distance to Vail (15 minutes). Hotel has everything you could imagine under one roof.
Cons: Parking on the hotel property is valet only. Overall though, the hotel and staff are so wonderful, that it's not a big deal.
Cons: 2 Things 1. Valet wrecked my truck's back bumper. 2. What in all holy hell is a $30.00 hotel fee?? The hotel employees had absolutely no answer.
Cons: Charge for parking
Cons: couldn't regulate the heat in the room
Pros: It's a beautiful setting especially the view from the lobby.
Pros: Great hotel. Enjoyed our stay
Pros: I thought all the staff with the exception of housekeeping were fantastic. Starting with the valet guys, proceeding to check-in and concierge. The staff were amazing.
Cons: Housekeeping for my room was poor. I slept on the same sheets for the complete stay and trust me I didn't put the 'go green' door hanger out. We had to call down for more shampoo and conditioner. In my opinion this is expected for a 2 star hotel.
Pros: Great hot tubs, gym, steam room, fire pits and view. Nice staff. Good shuttle to slopes as well as gondola option. Well appointed rooms.
Cons: Didn't know about $28 resort fee and $25 required valet parking fee.
Pros: Ski concierge, own gondola to mountain, gym facilities, hot tub, service
Pros: The staff was amazing and friendly. The rooms are larger then the park hyatt. There is a gondola to the lifts, which is awesome!
Cons: Mandatory Valet
Pros: Location and aminities and very clean
Cons: Room a bit small
We are located in the heart of the Vail Valley, known for world-class skiing, shopping, dining and other mountain activities. We offer direct access to skiing via the Riverfront Express Gondola out our back door and stunning views of Beaver Creek. We offer a 27,000-square-foot spa replete with mountain-inspired services and natural ingredients—plus a lap pool and three Jacuzzis, a gym with cycle and yoga/pilates studios and state-of-the-art equipment, a kids' club, and activities for all ages. Our guest rooms feature mountain-modern décor with simple lines, rich fabrics and warm colors. Room types provide a choice for every guest: Traditional, Studio, or One, Two and Three-Bedroom. Custom kitchens and fireplaces are found in all suites.
With ski-in/ski-out access, Bachelor Gulch Village allows you more time for downhill skiing and cross-country skiing, plus you'll be within a 10-minute drive of Beaver Creek Resort. After returning from the slopes, guests can soak in one of the 2 spa tubs or grab a bite to eat at one of the 4 restaurants. Condos offer upscale touches like fireplaces and jetted tubs, along with kitchens and washers/dryers. Skiers will appreciate access to ski storage.
Located within a 15-minute walk of Beaver Creek Resort, Ridgepoint Townhomes by East West puts you near winter activities like downhill skiing, cross-country skiing, and snowmobiling. Guests can visit the health club for a workout, and freebies like WiFi and self parking mean more money for fun in the snow. An outdoor pool and a spa tub are other highlights, and condos offer upscale touches like fireplaces and soaking tubs. Ski storage is also available.
Located within a 15-minute walk of Beaver Creek Resort, Falcon Point puts you near winter activities like downhill skiing, snowboarding, and cross-country skiing. Guests can visit the fitness center for a workout, and freebies like WiFi and self parking mean more money for fun in the snow. An outdoor pool and a sauna are other highlights, and condos offer conveniences like sofa beds and refrigerators. Ski storage is also available.
Cons: I had a personal affair that did not let me attend the reservation, and they did not give any refund at all.
Cons: shower curtain would not stay up causing water to go everywhere. Obviously had been defective for some time as there was wateer damage on the walls, wall paper peeling off and loose tiles
Pros: The room was comfortable and everything worked well. It was clean and the service was good. Breakfast was also good.
Pros: Rooms clean and large, beds good, breakfast included hot items. I did not sample outdoor hot tub or pool, but both seemed popular. They were left uncovered overnight, which seems irresponsible.
Cons: Breakfast area too small for number of rooms, there was significant crowding. Defined parking spots were too narrow, autos/pickups were too close together.
Cons: The lobby and breakfast required going outside to get to which in the winter is tricky.
Pros: Great hotel for the price
Cons: Too far to vail & beaver creek ski resorts
Relax, refresh and get ready for anything when you stay at our Comfort Inn near Vail Beaver Creek hotel in Avon, CO. Our pet-friendly hotel offers easy access to the Vilar Performing Arts Center, Riverwalk Theatre, Colorado Ski and Snowboard Museum, East Lake Creek Trailhead and Vail Mountain. Each guest can enjoy our free breakfast, free WiFi, outdoor heated pool, fitness center, free weekday newspaper and laundry facility. Unwind after a long day in one of our spacious guest rooms, all of which feature a flat-screen TV, hair dryer, coffee maekr, microwave and iron and ironing board. Sign up today for our Choice Privileges program today and start earning rewards with your next stay. *pets and laundry facility may require an additional cost. Pet Accommodation: 25.00/stay. Pet limit: 2 pets per room under 50 lbs. Hotel has new carpet, drapes and bed spreads.
Avon Village is a condo-style resort just steps from the Eagle River in Avon, Colorado. Serving as the entrance to the Beaver Creek resort area, Avon is nestled in the Vail Valley, which features some of the best skiing and mountain recreation areas in the world. An ice rink, shopping, dining and entertainment venues are located in Beaver Creek, just two miles from the property. Fabulous mountain vistas invoke an unparalleled serenity that visitors return for year after year. Outdoor fun includes biking, fishing, horseback riding, hot-air ballooning and golf at a Robert Trent Jones Jr. designed course. Vail's Tyrolean-style village, 10 miles from the property, boasts trendy shopping along with fine restaurants and the obvious recreational pursuits.
The resort features a fitness center with cardio and weight-training equipment and a steam room. Conference space is available and there is a game room on-site. The staff at the 24-hour front desk can provide concierge services and the resort offers complimentary shuttle service to ski areas and into town. Other amenities include safe-deposit boxes at the front desk and guest laundry facilities.
Each of the one-, two- and three-bedroom condos have fireplaces and balconies. Full kitchens come with refrigerators, ranges and microwave ovens. Other amenities include cable television and VCRs.
Townsend Place allows you more time for skiing with ski-in/ski-out access, plus you'll be just a 5-minute drive from Beaver Creek Resort. The spa tub makes for a relaxing end to a day on the slopes, and freebies like WiFi and self parking are great perks. Condos feature kitchens, fireplaces, and balconies. Ski storage is also available.
Pros: We liked the location. Close to stores, restaurants. The shuttle stops right in front of the lodge.
Cons: Full disclosure, I booked having read that their cancellation policy was to charge 100% fee if changes occur after 14 days prior to my stay. Since being ordered by the military to fly a mission was the only way possible I would cancel, I booked. Unfortunately, that's exactly what happened. I tried to give Christie Lodge a heads up immediately to see if they could give me a break due to my situation, and to give them the chance to sell the room, but they were unwilling. I told them it was going to be difficult to rebook them under those circumstances, but from the sound of it, they seemed to think I was just trying to get out of paying. We were looking forward to the stay, the location looks good and the hotel appears pleasant. We'll be returning to Beaver Creek soon as avid snowboarders, but will have to stay elsewhere.
Pros: Convenience of close shopping and easy access to ski shuttle.
Conveniently located in the heart of the Vail Valley, the Christie Lodge in Avon, Colorado offers affordable one and three bedroom suites with easy access to Vail and Beaver Creek Resorts. Complimentary high-speed wireless internet, free parking and no resort fees create added value in this world class mountain destination.
Spacious one bedroom suites average 421 square feet and feature a queen bed, kitchenette, wood-burning fireplace in the winter and air conditioning in the summer. Three bedroom suites offer two additional bedrooms containing a queen bed, each with an en suite bathroom. All accommodations offer two flat screen TV’s, a queen pullout sleeper sofa, and a private balcony.
Christie Lodge amenities include heated indoor and outdoor swimming pools and four hot tubs. The lodge also provides a variety of activities including a kid’s activity center, ping pong tables, and foosball.
Our 24 hour front desk, knowledgeable concierge staff, local in-house sporting goods shop, on-site car rental and complimentary shuttle service to Beaver Creek Resort highlight the services Christie Lodge provides to our guests.
The Hyatt Mountain Lodge is a fifty-unit luxury timeshare property consisting of studios and two and three bedroom floor plans. Located in the heart of Beaver Creek Village, steps from shopping and restaurants. Concierge services are available year round as well as morning continental complimentary breakfast. Snow conditions permitting, the lodge is a ski-in/ski-out property.
Oxford Court by East West allows you more time for skiing with ski-in/ski-out access, plus you'll be within a 10-minute drive of Beaver Creek Resort. Guests can visit the fitness center for a workout, and freebies like WiFi and self parking mean more money for fun in the snow. An outdoor pool and a spa tub are other highlights, and condos feature fireplaces and kitchens. Skiers will appreciate access to ski storage.