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While many venture to the Rockies to hit the world-renowned slopes, there’s still plenty to do out of your ski boots too. One hotel, in particular, American Express Fine Hotels & Resorts property Park Hyatt Beaver Creek, has managed to offer its guests the best of shredding some powder and apres-ski for three decades. And to celebrate their 30th anniversary, the property is going above and beyond to highlight the best of the property and the destination with a $30,000 package.
So, what’s included in the extravagant offering? Well, for starters, you get three nights in the luxurious 1,760-square-foot Rial Oxford Suite with panoramic views of Beaver Creek Resort and an in-room private chef dinner. Not to mention you get true ski-in, ski-out privileges that prime you for experiencing the best the mountain has to offer.
Speaking of winter-themed activities, you get two days of skiing at the Beaver Creek Resort, including lift tickets, private ski instruction, and high-end rental equipment from Gorsuch. There’s also one day of cat skiing with Vail Powder Guides included too.
When it comes to apres-ski experiences, you’ll get “over-the-top” spa services at the property’s Allegria Spa, a $3,000 shopping spree at Gorsuch, including a personal shopper, and dinner for two at Beano’s Cabin, Beaver Creek’s exclusive on-mountain restaurant accessed by an open-air sleigh ride. Of course, there’s a private butler available to you for the entirety of your stay to cater to your every whim and need.
This five-figure offering is just one of the ways the property is celebrating its milestone. The 190-room resort is also putting the finishing touches on a complete lobby renovation, slated to finish next month. And the timing couldn’t be better as Eagle County Airport—a 30-minute drive from the resort—just completed a $35 million renovation and are planning on adding more flights, making it even easier to get to the area for a ski vacation.