Family Luxury In The Heart Of The Colorado Rocky Mountains

 

Nestled in the heart of Colorado’s Rocky Mountains, covered with freshly fallen powder, the luxurious Beaver Creek Ski Resort has established itself as the go-to resort for family friendly luxury.  Crowned “The Consummate Kid Friendly Resort” by Ski Magazine Beaver Creek offers everything you need to spoil yourself and your family this ski season.

I have to be honest, the list of amenities available for children and families are too many to list!  (you can view a complete list of family friendly activities by clicking (HERE)) below are a few favorites:

  • Story hour on the mountain
  • Disco skate night
  • Thursday night lights
  • Family fun fest street fair
  • Fireworks on the square
  • Warm chocolate chip cookies served at the base of the mountain
  • Haymaker Tubbing Hill
  • Oh I almost forgot….. there is also world-famous skiing!

When you are done spoiling the kids get ready for a dining experience like none other.  Child care can be booked with Care4Kids a local professional childcare company offering care providers that will travel to your hotel or condo. All sitters with Care4Kids have had extensive background checks and are CPR certified. You will be confident that your children are happy and safe while you and your honey are snuggled up in an open air sleigh being pulled up the mountain by a snow cat to  Benos Cabin. A truly once in a lifetime dining experience.

When planning a luxury vacation the right lodging makes a huge impact. In Beaver Creek make sure you book your stay at the  Ritz-Carlton Bachelor Gulch . Rated #10 by Travel and Leisure of family friendly hotels,  largely due to their “ski-nanny service.” This home away from home, will be the perfect ending to your families perfect day at the mountain.

Ready to create the Rocky Mountain Experience that you have been dreaming about giving your loved ones? Beaver Creek is there to help.

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