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Comfortably elegant hotel in center of Beaver Creek with walkable access to shops and dining, and to hiking trails.

Lovely place! Perfectly modern amenities but also feels like a quaint place of history.

We have been coming to this property for over 10 years now and it’s always as charming as the first time. From the well appointed and unique rooms, with the sweetest details in every corner, this is by far my favorite destination in Colorado. You feel like you are in a small village tucked away from everything. Jeremy at the front desk accommodated our last minute travel interruptions due to weather and was amazing to work with!!! They offer a wonderful complimentary breakfast and have the best hot cocoa in town(kids favorite), and the staff at this hotel are consistently amazing!! The rooms are pristine and every villa has its own unique charm. You have full access to the the spa across the way and there are so many restaurant choices within steps of the villas. The ice skating rink can be seen from many of the rooms, and skiing is right on property as well. I can’t say again how much I appreciate Jeremy and the rest of the amazing staff here. I always look forward to coming back, and I hope I can keep this tradition for years to come!!!!

This was the first hotel built in Beaver Creek in 1983. If you like dark furniture, dark leather and chandeliers, you will find this hotel attractive. Nothing modern about it. It really was fine- mostly. Well maintained, attractive, clean. HOWEVER- two aspects were poor. The one that was really inexcusable was the included breakfast. This was on par with the cheapest chain hotel in the middle of nowhere, not up to the aspirations of this hotel. Easily improved- it would be no big deal to find some fresh pastries, for example. Another easily issue remedied would be to realize that guests from all over the country are more interested in reading the New York Times, WSJ, or even USA Today, rather than the Denver Post. I wrote this negative review partly in the hope that management would take notice and do these easy improvements. For the money I paid ($145) it really wasn't bad, but if I had paid $250, these small things would have been more irritating.

It was a good place to stay in the village with everything at our fingertips. It has a small cozy atmosphere and it isn't overcrowded are a budget buster. I'll come back to the poste montane on the next ski trip. I enjoyed the short walk to shopping and restaurants and 2 ski lift to get anywhere on the mountain.

We arrived late after checking hours, asked attached pizza restaurant hostess to find us hotel staff, she was very helpful and found the front desk clerk off duty, and he showed us where to find our envelope containing checking in info and code for different doors. We were allowed to leave our car in the front of the Lodge. Hotel room is very spacious and comfortable with lots of European accent, if you try their oversize bath tub, you'll feel the quality & difference comparing with a standard hotel room, very clean, super comfy. The next morning, we met the front desk clerk, he's very professional and friendly, told us the meaning of the hotel, and let us just leave our car at the front door curb so that we could easily load our luggage when leaving the hotel. European breakfast is great with both cold and hot items, land of plenty. The front of the hotel is in a fabulous luxury resort & hotels front doors circle, next to Haytt Hotel and several other property, the back of the hotel is a dining and shopping corridor with skating rink, fine dining restaurant with plenty outdoor sitting, fire place. Just stayed one night, wish that We could stay more, will be back with longer stay. Poste Montane lodge, five stars!

Avondale Lane Avon CO

Hotel highlights

  • Free continental breakfast
  • Free WiFi in rooms and public areas
  • Free covered self parking
  • Onsite dining

Located in Beaver Creek, Poste Montane Lodge is next to Vilar Performing Arts Center and Beaver Creek Hiking Center. This 3.5-star lodge has 24 guestrooms and offers conveniences like free breakfast, a golf course, and free in-room WiFi.


Dining

Free continental breakfast is included with your stay. Enjoy a bite to eat at Blue Moose Pizza, the lodge's onsite restaurant.


Rooms

All 24 heated rooms provide coffee makers, free newspapers, and free local calls. 30-inch LCD TVs are available for entertainment, and guests can stay connected with free WiFi. Beds are dressed in premium bedding and down comforters, and bathrooms offer hair dryers and designer toiletries. In-room massages are available, and other amenities include ceiling fans and safes. Housekeeping is available on request.


Property features

A golf course, a spa tub, and a sauna are featured at Poste Montane Lodge. There's free parking and a free area shuttle. Front-desk staff can assist with access to locker space, securing valuables, and concierge services. Other amenities at this golf lodge include free WiFi in public areas, coffee/tea in a common area, and a computer station.

Room options

1Bedroom/2 Bath Suite

1 King Bed and 1 Double Sofa Bed | Sleeps 4

2 Bedroom/3 Bathroom Suite

2 King Beds and 1 Queen Sofa Bed | Sleeps 6

Lodge Room

1 King Bed | Sleeps 2

1 Bedroom/1 Bathroom Suite

1 King Bed and 1 Queen Sofa Bed | Sleeps 4

Guest reviews for Poste Montane Lodge

Everyone (5) Couples (1) Family (2)
5
Everyone

By on Feb 11, 2021

5
Partner Couples

Comfortably elegant hotel in center of Beaver Creek with walkable access to shops and dining, and to hiking trails.

By , from Fort Collins, CO on Sep 22, 2020

5
Family

Lovely place! Perfectly modern amenities but also feels like a quaint place of history.

By , from Pittsburgh on Aug 30, 2020

5
Family Family with small children

We have been coming to this property for over 10 years now and it’s always as charming as the first time. From the well appointed and unique rooms, with the sweetest details in every corner, this is by far my favorite destination in Colorado. You feel like you are in a small village tucked away from everything. Jeremy at the front desk accommodated our last minute travel interruptions due to weather and was amazing to work with!!! They offer a wonderful complimentary breakfast and have the best hot cocoa in town(kids favorite), and the staff at this hotel are consistently amazing!! The rooms are pristine and every villa has its own unique charm. You have full access to the the spa across the way and there are so many restaurant choices within steps of the villas. The ice skating rink can be seen from many of the rooms, and skiing is right on property as well. I can’t say again how much I appreciate Jeremy and the rest of the amazing staff here. I always look forward to coming back, and I hope I can keep this tradition for years to come!!!!

By on Dec 1, 2019

5
Everyone

By on Sep 21, 2019

2

fine at $140 but not at $250+

Everyone

This was the first hotel built in Beaver Creek in 1983. If you like dark furniture, dark leather and chandeliers, you will find this hotel attractive. Nothing modern about it. It really was fine- mostly. Well maintained, attractive, clean. HOWEVER- two aspects were poor. The one that was really inexcusable was the included breakfast. This was on par with the cheapest chain hotel in the middle of nowhere, not up to the aspirations of this hotel. Easily improved- it would be no big deal to find some fresh pastries, for example. Another easily issue remedied would be to realize that guests from all over the country are more interested in reading the New York Times, WSJ, or even USA Today, rather than the Denver Post. I wrote this negative review partly in the hope that management would take notice and do these easy improvements. For the money I paid ($145) it really wasn't bad, but if I had paid $250, these small things would have been more irritating.

By , from NJ on Apr 18, 2018

Review comment responded on Apr 28, 2018

Carl, thank you very much for your review, we appreciate the feedback. As far as breakfast goes, we believe it provides exceptional value to our guests, as we are the only property in Beaver Creek to provide breakfast complimentary. However we are constantly reviewing our offerings and your feedback will certainly be taken into consideration. In regards to the newspapers we do provide both the USA Today and the Wall Street Journal down in the lobby every morning. Once again thank you for your feedback, we hope to welcome you back soon!

5

great hotel in beaver village next to the ice rink

Everyone

It was a good place to stay in the village with everything at our fingertips. It has a small cozy atmosphere and it isn't overcrowded are a budget buster. I'll come back to the poste montane on the next ski trip. I enjoyed the short walk to shopping and restaurants and 2 ski lift to get anywhere on the mountain.

By , from santa rosa beach, florida on Jan 28, 2017

5

european style mountain resort

Everyone

We arrived late after checking hours, asked attached pizza restaurant hostess to find us hotel staff, she was very helpful and found the front desk clerk off duty, and he showed us where to find our envelope containing checking in info and code for different doors. We were allowed to leave our car in the front of the Lodge. Hotel room is very spacious and comfortable with lots of European accent, if you try their oversize bath tub, you'll feel the quality & difference comparing with a standard hotel room, very clean, super comfy. The next morning, we met the front desk clerk, he's very professional and friendly, told us the meaning of the hotel, and let us just leave our car at the front door curb so that we could easily load our luggage when leaving the hotel. European breakfast is great with both cold and hot items, land of plenty. The front of the hotel is in a fabulous luxury resort & hotels front doors circle, next to Haytt Hotel and several other property, the back of the hotel is a dining and shopping corridor with skating rink, fine dining restaurant with plenty outdoor sitting, fire place. Just stayed one night, wish that We could stay more, will be back with longer stay. Poste Montane lodge, five stars!

By , from CA on Aug 10, 2016

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