Car Rentals in Beaver Creek

Airport Shuttle


Beaver Creek is located just minutes from exiting Interstate 70 in Avon, Colorado. A rental car will offer you the convenience to explore surrounding mountain towns.

Whether you are renting a car in Denver International Airport, Vail/Eagle Airport or driving your own vehicle to the mountains, be sure to check for real-time road conditions or call 877.315.7623.  You can also download the COTRIP app for additional information to make your journey smooth and easy.

Beaver Creek GMC


Located only 25 miles from Beaver Creek, you'll enjoy a short 30-minute drive without driving over mountain passes.

Major airlines offer flights here including American, Delta, and United with flights from Dallas, Los Angeles, New York, Chicago, Atlanta and more depending on the season. There are also daily flights to and from Denver International Airport to allow connections through Denver.


Located 130 miles from Beaver Creek Resort via I-70 (2 hr 10 min). DIA is the region’s largest major airport and serves as a hub for United Airlines and Frontier Airlines. It is served by most major air carriers and several regional airlines.

United schedules daily flights from Denver to Vail/Eagle Airport (EGE). Alternatively, car rentals, shuttles, and private car services are also available.

EGE Airport
Denver International Airport


Many of our guests discover they don’t need a car once they’ve arrived to the resort. Complimentary Village Transportation can take you anywhere within Beaver Creek and Bachelor Gulch with just a quick call.

Many of our properties are ski-in/ski-out or within walking distance to the Village. If you do want to venture out, options abound to get you out to see the rest of the Vail Valley.

Arrival Information

Park Hyatt

We are 100% committed to making your stay at Beaver Creek as enjoyable, as easy, and as memorable as possible. We have the privilege of managing some of the most desirable properties within Beaver Creek. Often costing less than a hotel room, vacation rentals afford guests significantly more space, personal amenities, and privacy, while offering many of the benefits of a hotel.

Your check-in location is detailed in your confirmation email. For late arrivals, please refer to the instruction in your confirmation email. For travel delays, please call your property.

Packing for the seasons


March through May gradually gets warmer each month with high temperatures ranging between 35-60 degrees.  While occasional snowstorms persist in March and April, typically longer, sunny days mean softer snow and the ability to reduce ski layers. Jackets, pants, and helmets with vents are ideal for cooling off in the lift line. Sunscreen is key as the longer sunnier days at our high altitude increase your chance for sunburn or the dreaded "goggle tan."


September to November begin to cool off towards late September ranging from 40 - 75 degrees. Days remain hot in early September but quickly drop at night. Summer clothing is still ideal, but bring layers and pants, and long sleeve shirts for variable weather. In October and November, expect an occasional rain or snowstorm as mother nature starts to prepare for the winter.


June through August temperatures can range from 60 - 90 degrees in the daytime. These warmer temperatures mean tank tops, dresses, t-shirts, shorts, and sandals. Pack a light jacket or cardigan for cooler nights. If you plan to hike, pack hiking shoes for the trails as normal sneakers may not provide enough cushion and support. Bring a water bottle, sunscreen, and bug spray if you will be venturing into the woods. A pool or hot tub is always a great option post-workout so pack your swimsuit too!


December through February are the coldest winter months with temperatures ranging from 0 - 35 degrees. Days are shorter, but these are the months that are ideal for all snowsports. We suggest packing heavier outerwear, underlayers, face coverings to protect your skin, boots, hats, gloves & mittens. Sunscreen, lip balm, and body lotion are great to have on hand in a high, dry climate. Apres-ski in the hot tub? Pack your swimsuit.