Beaver Creek & Park Hyatt This Summer

A guide to enjoying these high country Colorado locales throughout the warm season
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Beaver Creek Lawn

Imagine stepping out on your private patio into the cool summer mountain air. Taking a sip of coffee, you remember that it’s 100 degrees at home, which makes this feeling even sweeter.

Life is very sweet in Beaver Creek and extra special at the dog-friendly Park Hyatt Beaver Creek Resort & Spa.

Park Hyatt sits at the base of the mountain and is a bright jewel in Beaver Creek Resort’s crown. The resort hotel welcomed a new executive chef this winter, and Sontosh Koradi brings his creativity to every meal served at 8100 Mountainside Bar & Grill. From Tandoori Chicken Tacos to succulent salmon, every bite here is memorable and foodies are sure to be pleased.

Families are always welcome at Park Hyatt, and a new kids’ menu at 8100 Mountainside Bar & Grill is evidence. There is a DIY kid-cuterie and mac-n-cheese bowl. The menu brings a fun new meaning to “playing with your food.”

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Beaver Creek Park Hyatt

Other dining opportunities exist, including the popular Brass Bear Bar in the oversized lobby area. With floor-to-ceiling windows overlooking the mountain and frequent live music, this is an excellent place to meet up with friends for a cocktail or to wash down a burger and beer.

Families vacationing at Park Hyatt this summer can make s’mores together at the hotel’s outdoor firepits. Complimentary s’mores kits are available at the front desk.

Exhale is Park Hyatt’s onsite spa, which takes self-care to another level. There are all the usual services like facials, massages and a salon. However, the Aqua Sanitas Roman Baths are an experience fit for a queen or king. Whether after a long day skiing or hiking, Exhale Spa is a delight for the senses and therapy for sore muscles.

Beaver Creek Park Hyatt Waterfall Jacuzzi

Beaver Creek Park Hyatt

The large pool area features five beautiful hot tubs. This is the perfect opportunity to splash with friends, entertain the children, or take a serene soak.

While a guest need never leave Park Hyatt, with its spacious and luxurious rooms, and even roomier suites, Beaver Creek has much to explore. In the summer, the village is in full bloom with colorful flowers by the thousands spread throughout this charming space.

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Photo by Jack Affleck

A new Mountaineering 101 Package will have Park Hyatt guests learning how to “bag a 14’er” during a three-day program that includes a recover and revive day at Exhale Spa.

Beaver Creek Photographer Jack Affleck

Photo by Jack Affleck

Of course, everyone is welcome to just start hiking. There are lots of trails near Beaver Creek Resort to choose from, whether it’s a short wildflower hike or a longer, more strenuous route, the entire region is littered with trails.

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