The Westin Riverfront Resort & Spa at Beaver Creek Mountain4.5 out of 5.0
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This property has perfected the luxury mountainside resort experience. A few friends and I traveled to Beaver Creek for a long weekend getaway in the mountains. We opted for a two-bedroom suite with the River + Mountain view which did not disappoint- you simply can't capture it in a photo. The view was bewilderingly gorgeous, and morning coffee on the balcony was invigorating. Beds were pillow-soft, room was dark with curtains drawn, and we never heard a single noise. The room service menus boasted a great selection to choose from and order to delivery timing was very reasonable. Every associate seemed genuinely happy and we were always greeted upon arrival/departure cheerfully. There is a lift immediately outside of the hotel, but we missed the snow by one week. I absolutely cannot wait to return to this resort during ski season! My family and I are thinking about doing Thanksgiving here.
I'm a huge fan of this property and not only because it smells good. Seriously, there's no better smelling resort in Colorado! I've stayed here twice and both times were pure bliss. I've also visited Spa Anjali twice and both times were heavenly. This is probably one of my top three favorite spas in Colorado and it's vying for first place. My first stay was during ski season with my husband and the second stay was this summer with my mom. Maya is great for dinner and despite being foodie it won't break your bank. Their patio has top notch views. This is as close to an all-inclusive resort that you'll find in Colorado and it includes an amazing pool and hot tub area, which are rather rare in this state, especially at a ski resort destination. Leave your car with the valet and cares at the door. With multiple restaurant and bar options, including a poolside bar & grill, this is the type of place one could live happily ever after. At least I could!
Stayed at the Westin for two nights and was pretty impressed. As a SPG gold member I've stayed at many Westin properties in the past and they seem to vary, the flagship properties are great but the not so flashy ones are ehh. The Westin Riverfront is definitely one of the best Westin's I've stayed at! Really beautiful very clean many many amenities and really beautiful setting of the property! Special thanks to Christian at the valet, his level of personable service was something that I wish we would see more of in the industry! Mekal at the front desk and Marla at the concierge were both amazing as well! Looking forward to our next trip to Avon!
I wanted to spend my 30th birthday in a little bit of luxury, mostly relaxing and looking at stunning views. The Westin was the only hotel (in my price range) that had a beautiful outdoor pool looking out onto the mountains. It also has a top-rated spa, which tilted my decision in its favor. We stayed two nights and were able to check in a little bit early on Saturday. Overall, this stay was everything I wanted. Here are the highlights and to-be-awares: Highlights: >>Amazing main area with tons of comfortable seating, a nice bar and a great outdoor deck with firepits overlooking the pool. >>Exceptional pool area - the views really make it. >>Spa - AMAZING. I had the Kundahari back treatment and it was honestly the most relaxing 75 minutes of my life. Great relaxation room, treats, tea, sauna and steam room while waiting. Expensive, but worth it for a special occasion or splurge. >>Fitness center - I didn't work out (I was RELAXING, remember?!), but my husband did and he said he felt like a kid in a candy shop wanting to workout for hours. Apparently very beautiful facility with tons of equipment. >>Service: They definitely treated me well for my birthday. Left a bottle of champagne in the room with a note and offered free champagne throughout my spa service. To be aware of... >>This is a very family-friendly resort. Most of the guests seems to be younger families with children, so just know that the pool area is going to have children splashing and jumping and yelling and crying. It didn't bother me a ton, as it's a hotel and I can't expect it to be adults-only. But just something to note if you want a quiet retreat. >>Parking - only option really is $30 valet >>Rooms - the rooms are nice. Beds were really comfy, nice size bathroom. I definitely think you pay for the amenities and location, not the rooms. >>There is a Starbucks onsite and the Maya restaurant onsite, which was pretty good. Amazing service there, really loved the people. There are a few restaurants in walking distance (nothing really for breakfast), but we ended up going to Edwards to Zino for our second night. HIGHLY recommend it. I'd come back here again for a weekend getaway!
This hotel is a beauty. I stayed in the summer off-season, so I received a pretty decent rate on a suite with a view of the mountains. The room is absolutely stellar, with possibly the most comfortable hotel bed I've ever slept in. The bathroom is glorious with a separate tub and shower. Overall, this hotel and the room was super luxurious and clean. The lobby was gorgeous and the huge pool was a welcome pleasure on a hot summer day.
It was lovely! The spa, gym, pool, hot tubs and smores were great! Get there early, though, because if they are busy they will overbook and you won't have a room. This almost happened to us, but they made room instead of moving us to the Osprey because we have a small dog and the Osprey does not accept animals.
This is one of my favorite properties anywhere. The staff is exceptionally friendly, the rooms are spacious and comfortable, the small touches (bedside lavender oil) are always on point and the food is very good. The property is beautiful with an exceptional pool and fitness center. Starwood is my favorite brand, and specifically Westin.
Just finished a 3 night stay at this hotel with my wife and 7 year old daughter. I had some trepidation based on some reviews I'd read. I left feeling that they were, measured by my personal experience, largely if not completely unfounded. I booked a paid 3 night stay. I knew that this was a resort that had valet only parking and a resort fee and no offset for Plats because I'd done some research. I also knew the place was almost fully booked so I: 1. Booked the room I wanted (a one bedroom suite) and 2. Did not expect a further upgrade. There were a couple of service failings, but overall we left feeling it was the perfect hotel for us and what we wanted to do. I'd go back again, plan to go back again, and recommend it. We arrived at 11:00 on a Saturday. Our room wasn't ready...oh well. I left my cell number and we went out for some activities. When we returned at 4:10 we were told that the room wasn't ready and that we hadn't been fully 'pre checked in' which is why it wasn't ready. We were given a $50 voucher to use at Maya, so we went to the veranda and had a few drinks and a snack until our room was ready at around 4:45. The room was in great shape. Full kitchen and washer/dryer were awesomely handy. The pullout bed, already made unlike 90% of the other hotels I stay in including five diamond / 12 star places, was great for my daughter and she loved the gas fireplace (we loved having a timer on it). We ate at Maya two times for dinner. One time, we had a fail on a steak but it was rectified. Plat breakfast is in Maya as well. It is good for the cont buffet. My daughter and I had it two days in a row, and both days I was handed a bill for $1.68...the tax on the buffet I guess. Oh well, it allowed me to throw a couple of bucks at the staff for, well, breaking with the definition of cont breakfast for my daughter. We used the pool two times for a total of 5 hours. The pool and three hot tubs were very well maintained. The drink and food service outside was prompt and efficient. The valet staff was pretty on top of things except during peak arrivals and departures which is understandable. We took the shuttle to Vail one night for dinner at Elways; easy transport option. We had lobby drinks a couple of times and found the service to be above average. We had Starbucks each morning. We didn't use the spa or the work out world at all, but walked by it and envied those with the fortitude to break a sweat while on vacation! So overall, a real good stay and a very nice hotel. Would definitely return, and are talking about doing so during the winter.
Right on a river so nice walking path. Treated our dog like the Queen she is! Mex themed restaurant on site-pricey but delicious. Try the guacamole, prepared at your table. King bed suite included small kitchen area. Really enjoyed our stay.
We stayed here for six days on our 25th Anniversary trip. Vail and Beaver Creek are great, but this hotel is a train wreck. It advertises as an escape for couples, but really caters to large events, and as a result, we were totally invisible. Our plan was to spend the days hiking, then return to the hotel as a retreat, and not have to leave much. We arrived on a Thursday, and the one restaurant was sold to a corporate outing. We eneded up at a nice Italian place, so it worked out. On Friday, we returned from a full day of hiking to find a fifteen minute line just to get to the valet stand, because the hotel hosts a locals happy hour. The place was completely over-run, and a total zoo. We cleaned up and tried to walk to a restaurant, but got soaked in a storm. We returned to the hotel restaurant, and got a table, but could not even talk because the place was so load. It took 25 minutes just to get anything to drink, other than water. The food was luke warm when it showed up, and the service was terrible. That night, i complained a bit, and was assured that the resort would "calm down." That was a bald-faced lie. The next day, a Saturday, the place was over-run by large groups, when we returned from our hiking. About 6:30, a bass drum starting beating outside our window, and continued with a band until 10:30. We tried to watch a movie but stopped, because the music was so loud. We also ordered room service. For $85, we got two orders of pesto pasta that was so dry it probably was microwaved, served in aluminum "to go" cartons, with one of those little single paper napkin/spork combos you might get at a fast food place. At one point I asked the front desk when the music would stop, and was told "by 9." This was not true as the band continued (it was for a wedding) until 10:30 and even Bose noise canceling head phones could not shut out the noise. The next morning, we tried to leave, but the resort insisted they would have to charge us for our full stay. The front desk staff were not interested in us, and could not have cared less about whether we were happy or not. Our family has a long history of staying at Westin resorts, but that ended with this stay. All in all, we were incredibly disappointed and I would avoid this place like the plague.
- Steps from Beaver Creek Resort
- Free WiFi in rooms and public areas
- Onsite dining
The Westin Riverfront Resort & Spa at Beaver Creek Mountain places you next to Beaver Creek Resort and within a 3 miles (5 km) of Eagle Vail Golf Club. This 230-room, 4.5-star resort has 3 restaurants along with conveniences like a full-service spa and an outdoor pool. It's on a river and also close to Beaver Creek Golf Course and Beaver Creek Resort.
Enjoy dining at Maya, Modern Mexican, one of 3 onsite restaurants. Savor a meal from the privacy of your room with 24-hour room service, or get a pick-me-up at the coffee shop/café. Start your day off with breakfast, available for a fee.
All of The Westin Riverfront Resort & Spa at Beaver Creek Mountain's 230 rooms are air-conditioned and have an array of amenities, including iPod docks, coffee makers, and free local calls. 32-inch flat-screen TVs come with satellite channels and first-run movies, and guests can stay connected with free WiFi and wired Internet. Bathrooms offer deep soaking tubs, hair dryers, and designer toiletries, and pillowtop beds with premium bedding and down comforters ensure a restful night. Free bottled water, safes, and ironing boards are other standard amenities.
Guests of The Westin Riverfront Resort & Spa at Beaver Creek Mountain enjoy a full-service spa, an outdoor pool, and a 24-hour fitness center. Valet parking is available for USD 30.00 per night, and there's also a free area shuttle. Multilingual staff at the front desk are standing by 24/7 to help with dry cleaning/laundry, concierge services, and luggage storage. Other amenities at this ski resort include a spa tub, a sauna, and free WiFi in public areas.
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86% of guests recommend this hotelTotal of 1085 reviews