Rated 5 out of 5 by ScottyM fantastic hotel and villas
We have stayed at the villas multiple times and after reading the comments from other guests i have to reply.
The villas rooms are all quite large and very well appointed. Any room we have stayed in was always perfectly clean and kept up to date.
As to SPG status, it states when the Villas are booked that certain benefits don't apply. If that is what you are after, stay in the hotel!
Yes, you have to walk from one building to the next for the pool, gym and bar. So! This is also clearly pointed out before you book!
The garage has a key system because it is at the base of a ski resort - not to hard to comprehend why!
Finally, if you live in Denver you should realize October is a VERY slow season in the mountains. IF YOU WANT EVERYTHING OPEN, go in January or go to Disney!
February 25, 2014
Rated 2 out of 5 by Kristian1977 Villas at Westin Beaver Creek
Awesome location in great area but be careful when going in off season because a lot is closed in Beaver Creek.
Hotel/Villas are exactly what you can expect from The Westin and are always a pleasure to stay in.
-No indoor pool.
-Staff was not very responsive nor seemed that eager to help. when speaking to the manager he did not act any different. Had to wait for 30+ minutes for our keys and that was only after asking twice.
-If you are a platinum level don't expect anything more when at a Villa stay then the first time Westin/SPG client. None of your standard amenities or services apply.
The staff really has something to learn from other location when it comes to taking care of its guest, especially Platinum Guests.
October 21, 2011
Rated 2 out of 5 by Plato mixed
The villas occupy a truly beautiful setting, along the Eagle River facing Beaver Creek Mountain. The Hotel facilities are superior. The staff is ultimately hospitable. The units are comfortable, with reasonable size and furnishings, The decks have just adequate size and allow spacious views but the ambiance is ruined by loud, continuous motors (apparently generators or climate control systems) running 24 hours a day and directly adjacent to the villas. The noise is blocked and not audible at the Hotel or the courtyard but is in the villas facing the river. There is plenty of room for a water-wall or other baffle between the motors and the villas. I do hope this will be corrected because I would never return until it is. This is a splendid luxury resort spoiled by a dire fault.
September 7, 2013
Rated 4 out of 5 by csm95 Relaxing
A wonderful location for skiing Beaver Creek. The staff was wonderful, rooms are great and clean. my family had a great time.
January 7, 2014
Rated 3 out of 5 by Golf18 Great location adjacent to hotel, SPG elites beware
My Wife and I stay at this location at least once a year. The Villas share amenities with the adjacent Westin hotel which has a fantastic restaurant and fun infinity Jacuzzis that look up the valley. SPG elite members should be aware they are inflexible on upgrades (which they make clear on their website), but also inflexible on simply changing rooms (ADA room which I don't care for and they would not accommodate a change, not an upgrade, a change... causing an early check-out).
November 5, 2011
Rated 5 out of 5 by SUP4 Gorgeous resort, gorgeous setting
We live in Colorado and have been here many times during different seasons, staying in both the Villas and the hotel. We have stayed in almost every resort in Beaver Creek and this is our favorite, if you haven't been here before, this resort is not right in Beaver Creek Village, which we prefer, but might be an issue for some.
The rooms are new, clean, beautiful. The pool and spa facility are gorgeous as well, we never want to leave. If you are here when it is warm, there is a great bike trail along the river right in front of the hotel and the grocery store is walkable or a three minute drive. We are Gold SPG and have sometimes been upgraded (at both locations), sometimes not. We stay at Westin villas around the country and SPG status doesn't
ever apply at Villa properties, so don't go in expecting that (as prior reviewers seem to have). There is plenty of space for a family of four in the studio, we prefer the studio at the Villas over the resort version of the studio, one bedrooms are about equal, slight edge to the hotel 1 bedrooms in my opinion. Yes, you have to walk outside to get to the hotel amenities from the Villas, but it is a very short walk, shorter than any hotel/Villa properties we have stayed at in other states, and you are presumably here to enjoy the outdoors, right?
The staff has always been wonderful every time we have stayed there, going above and beyond to make things right the one time we had an issue when we stayed for my daughters birthday (pool was closed for a wedding the entire day during Labor Day weekend and that was the only reason she picked this hotel for her b-day) but like I said, they more than made it right when I spoke with the Manager.
I just booked New Year's Eve at the villas and can't wait to celebrate with my family at this amazing property!
December 2, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by JMV1 Wonderful Hotel
We have stayed at this hotel for 4 years in a row.
The staff is friendly and service was excellent. The hotel is beautiful. Convenient access to slopes and ski rental shop. The rooms were clean however the studio suite is slightly small for families. I would highly recommend this hotel.
February 1, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by WineAdvisoryGroup Great Facility and Complex
This is a great spot. I love everything about this place. The rooms are great and you have all of the services of the hotel. Great ski shop right in the hotel, excellent chow, ski lift right there. My family loved the place and so did I, even though I don't ski. Highly recommended.
April 7, 2013