Upscale lodging with a Four Diamond restaurant near Beaver Creek
Named for the stand of trees in which it's hidden away, The Pines Lodge offers guests luxury and seclusion with access to prime Beaver Creek activities. Guests feel pampered from the moment they step into the rustic lobby. A full-service concierge furthers that pampered feeling, as do full amenities such as room service and in-room massages (fees apply). Guests enjoy access to Beaver Creek resort lifts in winter, and an exclusive golf club in summer (fees may apply).
On-site equipment rental available
Access to Beaver Creek Golf Club
Ski-in/ski-out access to Beaver Creek Resort
Heated outdoor swimming pool and Jacuzzi
Voted top 10 North American resort by Conde Nast Traveler
Whether it's a penthouse condo or a lodge room, guest rooms at The Pines Lodge are amply sized and well appointed. Beds feature richly patterned bedspreads and premium linens. Each room has a balcony, be it a French-style affair or full walk-out. All rooms have refrigerators, ski-boot heaters, plush bathrobes and signature RockResort amenities. Bigger rooms feature sleeper sofas and sitting areas, while penthouse rooms offer fireplaces as well. Wireless Internet service is featured in all rooms (fees apply).
From concierge service to dining, The Pines Lodge offers travelers luxury services and amenities. A spacious outdoor heated pool and Jacuzzi, plus fitness center with weight room, help guests keep fit before and after an invigorating day outside. Guests can opt for a massage at the hotel's spa, or in the privacy of their room.
The Pines Lodge is home to Grouse Mountain Grill, an AAA Four Diamond and Zagat award winning restaurant featuring regional, seasonal cuisine and an extensive wine list. The grill, with mountain views and a lodge-luxury decor, serves breakfast, lunch and dinner daily. This restaurant also handles room service for The Pines Lodge.
Eagle County Airport (26 mi/16 km)
Denver International Airport (120 mi/72 km)
Colorado Mountain Express shuttle service (fees apply)
Vilar Performing Arts Center (0.4 mi/0.7 km)
Betty Ford Alpine Gardens (12.7 mi/20.4 km)
Vail Mountain (15 mi/24.1 km)
White River National Forest (15.6 mi/25.1 km)
Wireless Internet access available (fees apply)
Meeting rooms, with mountain views, accommodate 10 to 200 guests
State-of-the-art audiovisual support
Event catering by Grouse Mountain Grill
Policies and fees
All guests are responsible for paying the property's daily resort fee of $30 USD per room upon checkout. This taxable daily resort fee includes parking, Internet access and other services and amenities.
This is not a comprehensive list of fees. Any amounts listed above may not include taxes and are subject to change.
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Grouse Mountain Grill
An evening at the Grouse Mountain Grill will not fade from memory very quickly. The restaurant is always featured during the Beaver Creek Culinary Festival and has been recognized as one of the best in the region by the exclusive Zagat survey for several years. Elegant cuts of game, beef, fish and fowl prepared in his signature rustic style are the specialty of executive chef Rick Kangas, who is well-known for his high quality meat and produce, a notable wine list (called "outstanding" by Wine Spectator since 1996) and creative menus. With windows over looking the valley and a comfortable dinner room available for private dinners, this restaurant is not to be missed.
Terms and conditions
Rates quoted in currencies other than the hotel's base currency are subject to the rate of the international exchange. Rate may change throughout stay. Rate may reflect average nightly rate. Extra charges may apply. Incidental charges, such as room service, are not included in the rate.
The amenities and/or facilities may not be located at the hotel, but within a reasonable distance, and additional charges may apply for use.
We only stayed at The Pines for one night, but it was so relaxing! Because it was "mud season" and the hotel wasn't at capacity, we were upgraded to a suite and it was fabulous! I was told that the room would normally go for $500/night during ski
season. We got an amazing deal and we wish we could have stayed for days!
Hotel features (5 = best, 1 = worst):
Short drive from hotel
There is a wonderful Thai restaurant called 'PHO' downtown just a short drive from The Pines. The food is amazing and they do carry-out. So so yummy!!!
The hotel and location were exquisite. The scenery and weather were stunning.
No complaints about the hotel or amenities, just that the staff could have been a little more friendly (I think it was mostly college students on summer break). They
weren't rude by any means, just very typical college kids.