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Park Hyatt, Beaver Creek

Discussion in 'Hyatt Residence Club' started by itap39, Sep 2, 2019.

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Have you stayed in the Park Hyatt Residences

  1. Yes, I’m an owner

    14.3%
  2. Yes, I traded in with CUP

    57.1%
  3. No, but looks nice

    28.6%
  4. Yes, but booked another way

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  1. itap39

    itap39 TUG Member

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    We stayed at the Beaver Creek Hyatt Mountain Lodge last summer, and toured the Park Hyatt, across the street a bit. Wow...it was nice. We were walked through the Residence Wing of the Park Hyatt resort and my new mission is to ski Beaver Creek and stay at the Park Hyatt Residences...can anyone offer tips??
    The rep there mentioned several people sell their weeks on eBay and on 3rd parties, which takes them out of our inventory. I don’t see anything available.

    Looking for a 2-3 bedroom, current platinum/gold owner (3300pts total):

    What’s the best way to stay with Points (CUP reservation)?
    Has anyone had any luck securing a vacation?
    If you have been able to trade into it, how much time did you reserve ahead?
    Does anyone know if they are 100% owned?
    Thanks for the help!
     
  2. Tucsonadventurer

    Tucsonadventurer TUG Review Crew: Veteran TUG Member

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    I think there are only 15 or so in the Hyatt pool. We have stayed there many times but typically spring and fall. Tough to get in in the winter. Usually you see them 6 months out or last minute.
     
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  4. ivywag

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    We have stayed there several times- usually in Oct- Nov timeframe. It’s a wonderful place for Thanksgiving if you can get it. Check on Jan 1. That’s when they post anything available for the coming year. I wouldn’t count on ski season and the off season is VERY quiet. We like it because my husband is a fly fisherman and there are many great rivers within driving distance. Just curious— What reason did they give you for resale units coming out of our inventory? The resale units would stay within the HRC. I don’t believe that the property is part of the HPP.
     
  5. travelhacker

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    We really like the Residences at the Park Hyatt Beaver Creek. They are absolutely top of the line units. Like others have mentioned there are only 15 units, so they can be difficult to get. Fortunately, we live in Colorado so when there are last minute cancellations, we have been able to go and have had a great time.

    Have you stayed at the Hyatt Grand Aspen? While it isn't ski in / ski out like the Park Hyatt, it's much easier to book during the ski season. It's very high-end...I'd consider the Park Hyatt 1a, and the Grand Aspen 1b, and it has a great location in downtown Aspen. It does have the advantage of having good access to 4 different ski areas (Aspen Highlands, Ajax, Buttermilk, and Snowmass). My family actually prefers the pool at the Grand Aspen to the Park Hyatt (much warmer). I'm not sure why, but I just feel a bit more at home at the Grand Aspen / Mountain Lodge than the Park Hyatt.

    How big is your group that would be traveling? Studios can be a GREAT value at the Grand Aspen if you are just planning on going with two people.
     
  6. itap39

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    The rep there said most owners use East/West or Beaver Creek Rentals to sell their weeks...rather than releasing them to the pool. It’s such a bummer. I’m still working on it...someone mentioned on here to check 1/1/2020 for the year, and they are correct. The rep also said they wouldn’t know next years availability until 12/31/2019.
     
  7. itap39

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    I’m thinking 2 families of 4. So we could do a 3 bedroom with kids in one room. I’ll check out the Grand Aspen..thanks a bunch!

    We love the Main Street Station just for its proximity to everything in Beckenridge. But its not to be compared to these two.

    Feedback appreciated!
     
  8. Marathoner

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    You will not get a 3 bedroom at Park Hyatt or at Grand Aspen unless you own the week that you are interested in. You can trade into Main Street Station Hyatt if you have enough Hyatt points.

    This is with regards to the Hyatt internal exchange during winter ski season. During off season you can get 3 bedrooms at all three locations


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