It Takes a Village in Beaver Creek

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Sponsored content by Park Hyatt Beaver Creek Resort and Spa

Beaver Creek, an exclusive gated community tucked in the Vail Valley is best known for its intimate alpine village that can be best experienced as a group. A year-round mountain destination modeled after the walking villages of Europe, Beaver Creek provides guests with world-class shopping, restaurants and lodging properties that weave effortlessly with each other in this unique location. 

The unique partnerships of properties and merchants within the village afford meeting and event participants the opportunity to intermingle between restaurants, shops and conference space with ease. This unique village has a history of collaborating to provide attendees an exceptional and seamless experience. The relationship between Beaver Creek Resort Company and Park Hyatt Beaver Creek Resort and Spa is what brings it all together, providing over 20,000 square feet of event space, over 400 hotel rooms, multiple parks and of course the 1800 acres of Beaver Creek mountain all within walking distance. Access to these assets in a campus like environment increases the opportunity for participants to connect with each other in the fresh mountain air while experiencing the high level of service, the culinary offerings, and the beauty of the mountains. 

In addition to traditional meeting spaces, Beaver Creek affords participants and planners the opportunity to experience unique venues not often found in traditional meeting locations. The exquisite Vilar Performing Arts Center, a 532-seat theatre located in the heart of the village, showcases the diversity of venues within the Beaver Creek Village. This off-Broadway theatre can be used for general sessions, concerts, or memorable dinners. Additional venues such as art galleries, mountaintop restaurants, and amphitheater and a variety of outdoor spaces filled with natural light, allow planners the enviable opportunity to craft an event that supports large numbers of attendees while maintaining the intimate feel. 

For a more experiential approach, participants can engage in adventure-themed activities such as Jeep tours to a wine reception, a gondola ride to a mountain-top dinner or even a electric fat bike tour with dinner and a campfire.

Allow your event to capitalize on unique spaces. A gallery tour or one-on-one breakouts on the gondola with the ski mountain as the backdrop adds to that dramatic and unforgettable experience your participants won’t soon forget.

Sponsored content by Park Hyatt Beaver Creek Resort and Spa

Park Hyatt Beaver Creek Resort and Spa partnered with Beaver Creek Resort Company offers a one stop shop resource to pull all the partners and venues together for an unforgettable experience. For more information or to start planning your next event in Beaver Creek, please call 970.827.6650 or visit our website.

How much is too much? At many meetings and events, frazzled and fractured attention spans are put in hyperdrive with a wall-to-wall, dawnto-dusk agenda.

“Things are so rushed in today’s world,” says Angela Coleman, manager of events and meetings for KPMG, LLC in Denver. “Everybody’s got to do five things at once. We’re learning quickly that it doesn’t always benefit our attendees or conferencegoers.”

 

Denver’s McNichols Civic Center Building was decked out Willy Wonka style on June 20, 2017, for the ninth annual International Live Events Association (ILEA) Denver Excellence Awards. Members and guests celebrated the accomplishments of their peers and enjoyed cocktails, dinner and dancing. A team of judges from the Chicago chapter of ILEA selected the winners.

 

For the past five years, Destination Colorado has been switching up its Customer Appreciation Event from golf to experiential. This year, partner suppliers helped host planners for a private dinner reception at Red Rocks Amphitheatre followed by a 1964 Beatles tribute band performance. Nostalgic costume items, a photo booth and a roped-off seating section at Red Rocks were part of the fun.