Now Open | Park Hyatt Beaver Creek Resort

By Collaborate Staff, September 16, 2013

Guest rooms at the Park Hyatt Beaver Creek Resort and Spa in Colorado have undergone a redesign. The multimillion-dollar renovation brings a mountain contemporary look to the hotel’s 190 guest rooms that incorporates the influence from the look of the Colorado Rockies. The redesign includes a complete upgrade of hard and soft goods in the guest rooms. The focal wall of each guest room is a starburst wood-grain pattern, evoking the natural surroundings of the Rockies and fusing the hotel’s interior elements with those of the exterior. In addition, the resort has a multimillion-dollar renovation planned for one of its meeting spaces. Slated to begin in April 2014, Gerald R. Ford Hall will receive a complete refresh, including new carpet and wall treatments, new furniture and remodeled restrooms. The upgrades will be complete in May 2014.

The resort is located two hours from Denver International Airport. It has more than 20,000 square feet of indoor and outdoor event space, an on-site spa, and food and beverage options that include a daily complimentary s’mores happy hour. The resort offers skiing and other seasonal outdoor activities.


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