Park Hyatt Beaver Creek Review

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136 East Thomas Place, Beaver Creek CO
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Editor’s Review of Park Hyatt Beaver Creek

Beaver Creek, CO

Colorado's Park Hyatt Beaver Creek is a 190-room, chateau-style property that is, literally, a stone's throw from Beaver Creek Mountain and its stellar ski slopes. The sophisticated resort is also steps away from Beaver Creek Village's pedestrian plaza and its myriad restaurants, shops, and 9,750-square-foot ice rink -- open in the winter and summer! With its Camp Hyatt, free afternoon S'mores and convenient ski-in/ski-out access, the Park Hyatt appeals to families. (Just be prepared to spend some dough; this upscale resort will cost you in peak season.)

The resort is about a two-hour drive west into the Rocky Mountains from Denver, or 25 miles east of the Vail-Eagle airport.
Our Editor Loves
  • Winter and summer kids' camp
  • Ski lessons for kids 3 and up
  • Two hours from Denver
Family Interests
  • Bicycling
  • Golf
  • Hiking
  • Museum/Cultural
  • Skiing
Family Amenities
  • Babysitting
  • Children's Program
  • Cribs
  • Kids'/Theme Meals
  • Laundry Service
  • Onsite Dining
  • Pool
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Rooms at the Park Hyatt are spacious, with ultra-comfy bedding, a mini-refrigerator and high-speed internet access (included in your nightly resort fee). Other amenities include spa toiletries (Ginger Peach scent from the Allegria Spa), robe and slippers for mom and dad, and a morning newspaper.

The Park Hyatt has just seven uniquely named suites, so families of five or more are better off reserving two adjoining rooms. While connecting rooms are not guaranteed (they are doled out based on availability), many of the king rooms do connect to rooms with two double beds. The most coveted (and expensive) rooms have slopeside balconies with stellar views of Beaver Creek mountain, terrace dining and the pool/Jacuzzi area.