Park Hyatt Beaver Creek Resort & Spa -
This resort and spa is a very popular Beaver Creek venue. The five-star hotel offers a year-round retreat and it’s an unforgettable place to host a memorable event. It’s a warm and inviting place to have all of your guests. There are elk chandeliers, wood paneling, and crackling wood-burning fireplaces. The best part about this venue is that you can have your wedding indoors or outdoors.
For small groups, The Aspen Grove and the Crooked Hearth are the perfect intimate venues. For larger groups, the Sawatch ballroom has mountain views, a great outdoor patio, and modern fixtures.
Beano's Cabin -
Beano’s Cabin is a luxurious log cabin and restaurant tucked away on the slopes of Beaver Creek Resort. There is an open lawn and a wraparound deck at the foot of the Grouse mountain. Your guests will be in awe of the beautiful scenery and the towering aspen groves. If you’re looking for a more secluded private venue then this one's for you.
SaddleRidge is a rustic wedding venue with soaring forty-foot vaulted timber ceilings that creates a western feel for your guests. You can have up to 120 guests for a seated ceremony and reception. This venue has a warm atmosphere, with historic western artifacts to make guests feel as though they have stepped back in time.
Beaver Creek Chapel -
The natural beauty that surrounds the Chapel is what makes this such a perfect venue for a couple to say their “I Do’s”. This is right down the road from the Park Hyatt & SaddleRidge making it the perfect place to have your ceremony. The chapel seats approximately 200 in the main sanctuary and 50 in the balcony. There is a beautiful organ and a grand piano that is available for use, but if that’s not your style then arrangements for musicians can be made. One of the highlights of the Beaver Creek Chapel is the charming doors and windows that set the stage perfectly for your wedding.
The Ritz-Carlton Bachelor Gulch -
At The Ritz couples can wed on their iconic skiers bridge which overlooks Colorado’s vast mountains. Their lawn is the perfect stage for a tented event with 5 star food and beverage service. They also have several beautiful and grand ballrooms for those who prefer to dine inside. Another great venue that the Ritz provides is Anderson’s Cabin. This is the original home of John Anderson, one of seven bachelors who settled the Gulch in the early 1900s. This rustic cabin & lawn is the perfect setting for smaller groups wanting to dine al fresco.
Spruce Saddle and Beaver Creek Wedding Deck -
High above Beaver Creek village, this is an exceptional venue that provides your guests with breathtaking views. This venue is great for larger wedding parties because it can hold up to 250 guests. With Spruce Saddle comes the Beaver Creek Wedding Deck. The Wedding Deck is located mid-mountain on top of the Centennial Express Lift. Your guests can board a gondola in the village to Spruce Saddle and then they can walk/shuttled down to the wedding deck. This venue has the perfect lighting for a late afternoon or early evening wedding.
Whether you choose to get married outdoors on the wedding decks high above Beaver Creek Resort, or are planning a more intimate, indoor ceremony, you can’t go wrong with choosing a venue in Beaver Creek.
If you want to get married atop a beautiful mountain or feel secluded nestled in the lush White River National Forest, then a Beaver Creek wedding venue is perfect for you. Beaver Creek weddings offer the opportunity for you and your guests to enjoy year-round activities. There are several venues to choose from whether you want a sunny patio, a charming chapel, or a rustic cabin, your perfect wedding awaits.
Sydney + Jake tied the knot at the luxurious 10th restaurant, at the top of Vail Mountain.
Amy and Doug hosted their magical Vail Winter Wedding at the Donovan Pavilion and Vail Interfaith Chapel. Click to see the video from Benjamin Saheed.