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Reviewed 5 November 2017 via mobile

We spent a pleasant afternoon visiting the Village. The area has numerous shopping, dining, and lodging options from which to choose. The ambiance is upscale Alpine village; offering many of the amenities those who consistently inhabit such places, come to expect.
Being off-season, the traffic (human & auto) was minimal; and parking was easily obtained. There are many places to sit, relax; and watch the few people who were walking about. It was also interesting watching the workers engaged in maintaining the ice-rink.
We enjoyed excellent pizza at Blue Moose, and some decent bargains at Giovanny Alexander (1 day before their closing for seasonal transition). We even indulged in the touristy act of being photographed by the bridge over-the-stream.
All and all, it was an engaging way to spend an autumn afternoon.
This is a great place to spend an afternoon; as well as, a vacation.

Stayed: October 2017, travelled as a couple
Thank RICART75
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Reviewed 7 May 2017 via mobile

This quaint village, designed with an Alpine appearance in mind, has almost everything a vacationer would want for a weeks vacation. It has hotels, restaurants, clothing shops, jewelry and art stores, and a general store to mention just a few things. It offers a world class performing arts theater with shows and performances from all over the world, and an outdoor ice skating rink that is open 10 months a year--even on the hottest evenings in July!
It's the gateway to great snowsports (skiing, snowboarding, Nordic, and snowshoeing) in the winter and good hiking in the summer. Except for the performing arts theater, its nightlife is pretty dull. It's not for those who like to stay up late partying, then roll into bed. However, within minutes of the village are Avon, Vail and Edwards, all with bars, movies theaters and musical bands. Don't select this vacation spot if you're on a tight budget. It is pricier than most resorts, but worth it for those who prefer higher end lodging and service.

Stayed: May 2017, travelled as a couple
1  Thank Skibumdude
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Reviewed 20 January 2017

We were in the area for a family Thanksgiving get-away. We were there on Thanksgiving day and it had snowed the night before. Everywhere you looked was a "Kodak" moment. Many interesting shops, restaurants, and recreational choices. Also, there were many "goodwill ambassadors" readily available for any help. And then the cookies were constantly being passed around. A lovely village

  • Stayed: November 2016, travelled with family
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Thank James P
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Reviewed 26 December 2016 via mobile

This Master-planned Alpine Village features pedestrian walkways / escalators / glowing firepits . . .

Too many amenities & activities to list ~ Vilar Center for the Arts • Ice Skating Rink ~ a superior experience to all other ski towns.

Daily @ 3pm BC Village Plaza comes alive with Apres' Ski & those famous

European Charm / Incomparable Elegance / Upscale Accommodations:: private homes / condominiums / lodges / exclusive hotels /

Summers are very popular too & many family activities are planned.

You MUST experience Beaver Creek Village to see the difference . . .

Stayed: December 2016, travelled with family
1  Thank ChanEvan
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Reviewed 28 July 2016 via mobile

If you like to people watch this is a good place to start. Ice skating is located near the center of village. Beautiful place at night. Stop at The Golden Eagle restaurant for a bite to eat. Great food and service. Sit outside on the patio and enjoy a lunch special.

Stayed: July 2016, travelled as a couple
Thank June H
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