The Seasons at Avon3.5 out of 5.0
Recent guest reviews
I absolutely loved staying at The Seasons at Avon in Colorado! Check in process was a piece of cake thanks to Nick and location to our condo was easy! As soon as we walked in the condo very clean, and so nice reminded me of back home, very spacious for us 3 and had a kitchen which I cooked breakfast in everyday. My son slept in the sofa couch, because you can pull it out and turns into a bed. With such a beautiful view of the mountains and fire place kept us nice and warm. At a very good price. Would totally come back to this beautiful condo and hotel w my family.
Our room was great and very spacious, but it was HOT with no air conditioning. We reserved and received a 3br condo with a loft. It was nice except it was 90+ degrees out and no air conditioning. This would be an awesome place to stay in the winter though.
It was a great overall experience! The Seasons at Avon is perfectly located, the staff is great and the unit was cleaned cozy and beautifully decorated, the views of the mountains from the windows and balcony were breath taking. Would definitely stay there again.
Building is old, but location is great, and price was right. 2 BD condo was very clean, and supplied with everything we needed. Clothes washer/dryer was a plus. Staff was very helpful and friendly, took great care of us. Cable tv in living room and master bedroom. Balcony had great view of the mountains and gondola. Gondola is short walk away. Best to rent a car if going to Vail, and to get to/from Eagle airport. Grocery store; nice to drive there, after a long day of skiing, but you could walk it. Family recreation center, indoor pool and hot tub is 1 block away for $7. Condo had heat/A/C noise from huge fans, but i like drone noise, helps to sleep.
We were where is happy with the large two bedroom condominium. Also the balcony had a great view. Transportation from the hotel to the Beaver Creek ski resort is fast and convenient. There is a few shops and restaurants within the walking distance.
Due to construction at the Pines in BC the company decided to move us to a condo at Three Seasons Avon (we did agree to it, my mistake). We found the 1 bedroom condo was noisy, very thin walls that shook whenever someone closed their door. You could here people talking. The bedroom was very bright all night with the outside hallway light shining in. The internet didn't really work (webpages took extremely long to load, or timed out). Our condo had interesting decor. Family photo's from whoever owned it and random nick nacs. The front desk staff was very helpful, as we had been told there would be a shuttle provided for our post race festivities in BC. Even though no one had communicated that to the front desk they happily figured something out and sent us in a taxi paying for both ways. Overall I'd recommend somewhere else. We didn't need a kitchen or one bedroom condo, just a bed. Perhaps this would be a better deal if you were staying more then one night and wanted to cook etc.
We stayed at a 2bd unit for two nights during off season – Memorial day weekend – with three kids. Overall, our experience was positive and we’d consider this hotel again, given the right deal. However, there were few concerns which we’d need to consider in the future and which might change our mind toward another similarly priced hotel in the area. Pros: Check in / check out was quick and efficient. The unit was updated with the exception of bathroom showers – they looked somewhat out of place. We were “upgraded” to a higher rated 2bd unit, though I’m pretty sure the “upgrade” was a result of all other 2bd units being already sold out – I grabbed the last available unit on Expedia. The unit was very spacious with plenty of space on both floors and great views of the mountain. Kitchen was fully stocked and all appliances were newer. Beds, couches, etc were very comfortable and plentiful. The building has a built in garage with security system and all units are easily accessible by elevators. Very nice bonus was lack of any additional “resort fees” and stable and fast WiFi in the unit. Location was convenient for easy access from the highway and to the village (by car). Walkable distance to BC shuttle lot – about 20-25 min by foot or 5-7 min by car. Restaurant and bars within 5-7 min by foot. Cons: Seasons doesn’t have its own shuttle, which is inconvenient to get to / from village. There is a BC on demand shuttle, but we were not able to order it from the hotel either. The 2BD unit that we had was in reality a very spacious, but a 1BD unit with two lofts. Lack of a door to the second level was inconvenient due to noise from downstairs being disruptive upstairs. The second loft had a bed propped to the short wall facing into the main level and was a very dangerous for kids, as the top of the bed was just couple of feet lower than the edge of the loft. It’s got a door, which we ended up locking to prevent kids going to the loft. The hotel still uses metal keys, for which they charge $45 lost fee if one is not returned. Not only the keys are inconvenient to carry around, we were also constantly worried about losing them and being hit with the fee. Yes, it’s probably cheaper for the hotel to maintain (and change locks for $45 if the key is lost), but it’s very inconvenient and, potentially, costly for visitors. Keep in mind that there is no pool. They sell "half priced" tickets to nearby rec center. Wasn't a problem for us, but was very unexpected for the Vail resorts owned hotel in such an area and of such size and quality. Our main problem was not in particular with our stay as with the way hotel management handled our reservation problems. We originally reserved the room few weeks in advance and were aware of hotel’s cancelation policy of $50 fee for canceling up to 3 days of arrival and forfeiting the whole reservation amount after that. Due to unforeseen medical situation, right at that cut off – 3 days prior to arrival – we found ourselves in a situation when we were not sure if we’d be able to come over. We called the hotel asking for an exception to the policy and all we wanted was to push that $50 fee cut off for one day. The hotel told us that they can’t do anything about it since the reservation was made through Expedia and Expedia might be able to make that exception for us. When we called Expedia, they told us that cancelation policy is solely a hotel’s policy but they’d try to work with the hotel to get that exception. The hotel refused to them as well and we had to cancel it and be hit with $50 fee. A day later, our medical situation was resolved and we ended up rebooking again. Luckily, the price was the same, but we ended up paying $50 extra as a result of that fee. Should hotel worked with us (or Expedia), we’d save these moneys. Our issue is not so much with the cancelation policy, which we knew in advance, and not with the hotel not willing to make exception to the policy – once again, the policy was not a surprise. But rather with the management blatantly lying to us about who is able to make exceptions and having us to run around from them to Expedia and having to wait until Expedia is trying to resolve the situation. This experience suggested that the hotel is not interested in making an extra step or work with customers on issues, which are not exactly “by the book”. Expedia was great and assisted us in any way they could. I can’t say the same about the hotel.
We had one of the premium condos for about a week and it was excellent, great place to bring a family and really focus on being a family. The condo was very comfortable and updated and clean. The kitchen was well supplied and we felt like we had a lot of space for our family of 6
It seems from the reviews that some condos are nicer than others. Ours was a dump. Kind of clean. It's like being in college again as long as you are drinking you don't notice these things. Mattresses was hard. Old linens. Old kitchen. Good price for the night, but if I had to stay longer I would be depressed. Give it 3 stars because it's hard to find a place that sleeps 4 with kitchen for that price. Otherwise it would be 2.
Our room was OUTDATED, used and abused! March 2016 stay. The marketing on the website is a bait and switch - Showing a picture of a nicely updated room while the actual room hasn't been touched in 20 years. Additionally, we stumbled on reviews after we booked with similar concerns, so asked at check-in and were assured that all of the rooms had been updated. NOT! Between walls being scuffed from floor to ceiling, the 70s bathroom linoleum peeling up, the calking that looks like it's been repaired beyond repair. The stove not level, old kitchen cabinets most a-jarred on the hinges, lights not working, fireplace not working, a missing remote, rogue nails in the walls all over the place, bed had no support - mattress was beyond wore out, bedroom closet doors off the hinges and a very stained couch for starters. The property itself is in an ideal location and has great potential.
- Walking distance to Beaver Creek Resort
- Free WiFi in rooms and public areas
- Free parking
- Fitness center
Located within a leisurely stroll of Beaver Creek Resort, The Seasons at Avon is within a few miles (5 km) of Eagle Vail Golf Club. This 41-room, 3.5-star condo property has a coffee shop/café, free in-room WiFi, and free self parking. Beaver Creek Golf Course and Beaver Creek Nordic Center are also nearby.
Savor a meal from the privacy of your room with room service, or get a pick-me-up at the coffee shop/café.
All 41 individually furnished condos feature kitchenettes and space to spread out with sitting areas. Guests can expect free WiFi and TVs. Fireplaces and coffee makers are other standard amenities.
The Seasons at Avon offers a fitness center, a sauna, and free WiFi in public areas. You can put free parking to good use if you drive. Staff members can answer questions about accommodations, and also provide concierge services. Additional amenities include a 24-hour business center, free newspapers, and laundry facilities.
Reviews from Trip Advisor
53% of guests recommend this hotelTotal of 59 reviews