|Space||950 sq. ft.|
|Minimum Stay||3 - 7 nights|
This ski-in/ski-out condominium is just steps away from the center of the village of Beaver Creek. Amenities include high speed internet, 2 flat screen TVs, 2 DVD players, stereo for CDs and MP3, wood burning fireplace, electric grill on the deck, covered parking, common area outdoor hot tub and an updated kitchen with all new appliances and granite counter top.
Amenities include: High speed internet, TV/VCR, CD stereo, DVD, wood burning fireplace, charcoal grill, full kitchen, covered parking, outdoor hot tub and great mountain views from the balcony. Dial a ride service offers complimentary transportation throughout Beaver Creek.
Reason to Book with us:
1. We have an online concierge that provides a number of free services if you need any assistance planning your trip (i.e. discounted rental car or transportation, discounts on ski rentals & even delivered groceries).
2. We offer the best priced lift tickets available for Vail/Beaver Creek. Date restrictions apply.
3. The convenience of going directly to the property with codes to let yourself in.
4. Family-owned business with local managers.
5. 24 hour emergency on call service for manager on duty.
Keywords: Condominium, Beaver Creek, Beaver Creek Village, Vail, Colorado
Owner of Townsend Place in B.Creek
Berkshire Hathaway Homeservices purchased this condo in 2001
Fabulous ski-in/ski-out location in Beaver Creek. Easy walk to village
Fabulous location. Common area hot tub, easy walk to village, lot of space, can sleep up to 4
We loved the condo and the location. Was a great property especially for the price in Beaver Creek. My only complaint is that I received numerous emails from management, but no return phone call after two messages. I would've preferred less emails and just one return phone call to answer my questions.
The location was perfect walking distance to the ski lifts and so cozy. Very convenient for first time skiers and first time Beaver Creek attendees.
The condo itself is nice - very close to the slopes, great ski storage, nice kitchen and good bathrooms. The couch could use updating (new cushions) as other posters have stated.
The king bedroom mattress should be updated. And the sheets are not very soft. If you like firm pillows you should bring your own.
Hot tub - it's gross. This is not the owner's hot tub but a community one - but they need to know. It smells and although it is one of my favorite things after skiing - we only went the first day then never went back.
Overall - condo is good but needs a few upgrades in our opinion. We weren't looking for 5 star and I'd call this 3 - but couch and mattresses need attention.
Very comfortable, spacious, 1 bedroom condo, in Beaver Creek Village.
Huge en suite master bathroom, plus additional full bathroom.
Very well appointed kitchen, with modern appliances, and granite counter tops.
Easy access to the slopes, with ski in/out, to the Elkhorn Lift.
Would highly recommend for 2-4 person group/family.
Townsend place is a convenient location and allows access to a cat track to the Elkhorn Lift which is convenient but slow start to the day (not an express). The properties in this location have a good floor plan and are spacious but the units are dated and this one in particular needs some TLC. Furniture is old and the pull out bed is only going to work for really young kids. The unit needs a refresh all over. However, the customer service through Berkshire who manages the property is good. I have stayed at other units in Townsend that have been renovated and are nicer, but the price point is good for this unit, you get what you pay for.
The property was close to slopes and village. It was quiet and clean. There were a few things that were not in unit that should have been but otherwise very nice.
We stayed at Townson Place in Beaver Creek for one week. The unit was available on time. It was clean, well maintained and equipped. The unit was fairly close to the area center for shopping and resturants. Unfortunately it was considered too close to provided a shuttle so we had to walk. The resturant scene seemed to be fairly limited to high end resturants which could be an issue to families. Our first morning was spent scouting the area to find the best way to reach a lift and how to get off the mountain and back to the unit. It would have been helpful to have this info available in the unit.