Slide into this first class lounge on the slopes.
Mr. Luxury Ski
As posh and seamless as a Beaver Creek vacation already is, a new level of amenity is taking hold on the family-oriented mountain.
This season marks the launch of the new White Carpet Club, billed as "the premier Beaver Creek ski experience." Where most high-end hotels boast a ski concierge and ski valet, the WCC is an autonomous enclave hidden in plain sight just below the slope side level of the resort.
Enter an exclusive code to access the 1,229-square-foot facility. Greet your concierge by flashing your laminated credentials, grab some coffee and pastries, set up at your locker, and hit the slopes. A club employee will have brought your skis up to the ski valet at the base of the lifts, so you don't need to carry a thing.
When the ski day is over, locate the WCC tent at the Centennial chair lift, drop your skis off, and head back to the lounge (again, they'll be transported between there and the club for you). Charge your phone, get some work done using the WiFi, and grab some of Beaver Creek's famous free chocolate chip cookies in the afternoon (the club gets a priority delivery at 3pm). The staff can help facilitate preferred reservations to the toughest tables to get on the mountain (we recommend Beano's Cabin, accessible only by snowcat-pulled sleigh), first track experiences, and of course, lift tickets.
Only 30 reservations are available per day at a daily rate of $150 for a family of four (there is a three-day minimum). Weekly reservations ($750) are an option as well. Contact the reservation team here.
This article originally appeared in Town & Country