Ritz Carlton Bachelor Gulch

October 18, 2016  •  Leave a Comment

The Ritz Carlton – Bachelor Gulch

Located right at the base of Bachelor Gulch at Beaver Creek mountain, the Ritz Carlton Bachelor Gulch is a throwback to the classic mountain lodges of old.  However, it has everything that you’d expect from a Ritz Carlton property.  The lobby is fantastic, the rooms comfortable and modern, delicious food, and of course an incredible staff.

With 180 rooms and over 40 suites, there are options to choose from when staying at the Ritz Carlton Bachelor Gulch.  However, one doesn’t stay for the rooms at this property, it is all about the experiences.  In the summer, hiking and biking is at your doorstep.  A naturalist can highlight the best trails for you and help to organize a hike based on your ability, what you’d like to see, and top it off with a delicious picnic lunch.  For those who like to ski, there aren’t many lifts in the world closer to the Ritz Carlton Bachelor Gulch.  The staff will ensure that your skis and boots are ready and waiting for you when you want to head out and there will be no heavy lifting.  Let the staff know that you are done for the day and they will take your skis away and assist with getting those boots off!

It is not just the activities that make a stay at the Ritz Carlton Bachelor Gulch a must for any visitor to the mountains of Colorado.  The food is incredible.  Whether grabbing a bite at Buffalo’s or reserving a private “raclette” dinner at Anderson’s Cabin, the 5 star cuisine is perfect after a long day of activities.  To top it off, the full-service spa at the Ritz Carlton Bachelor Gulch is incredible. The peaceful, inspired by nature, setting immediately puts you into a place of relaxation.  A rejuvenating massage prepares you for another day of activities.

With a staff that is second to none, there is no better place in the mountains of Colorado than the Ritz Carlton Bachelor Gulch to stay, sport, dine, and relax while enjoying one of America’s most amazing mountain properties.


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