- 2 Beds
- 2 Full, 1 Half Baths
- 1,567 +/- Sqft
This luxury 1/20th deeded fractional ownership includes one fixed ski week, a floating summer week and another 3 or 4 days during the off season, spring/fall. All hotel amenities included with the ownership as well as exchanging opportunities to other Hyatt Residence Clubs.
About Beaver Creek
Nothing defines “first-class resort” as perfectly as Beaver Creek, with its immaculately groomed slopes, charming village, heated pathways, escalators and some of the best skiing and snowboarding Colorado has to offer. This family-friendly village is just a couple of minutes up the hill from the conveniences found in Avon, but it offers a world-class resort living experience that feels worlds away. The 18-hole premier golf course has some of the most picturesque holes in the valley, while wintertime skiing offers guests a unique village-to-village experience connecting Beaver Creek to Bachelor Gulch and Arrowhead. The Vilar Performing Arts Center attracts big-name acts throughout the winter and summer months, offering a performance schedule so diverse that it rivals what you’d find in large cities. The Resort’s slogan, “Not exactly roughing it,” captures its elegance and luxury perfectly. Real estate includes condominiums near and around the Village’s core, where European architectural influences transport residents and guests abroad. Impressive ski-in/ski-out homes scattered around Beaver Creek’s base areas, as well as golf course properties below the village core, round out this gated community that’s quaint in size but massive in its beauty, luxury, privacy and charm. Beaver Creek Resort is consistently ranked among the best ski areas in North America. Known for its impeccable service, pristine grooming, steep-and-deep runs, and the Vail Valley’s home to World Cup alpine skiing with the annual Birds of Prey men’s ski races, Beaver Creek offers a skiing and snowboarding experience that’s hard to match anywhere in the country. When bakers serve warm chocolate chip cookies every day at the base of the mountain to boot, who could complain?