Beaver Creek Group Venues
Beaver Creek Mountain
Beaver Creek isn’t just a ski mountain. When summer marches through, it brings green hills, whispering aspens and heaps of flowers. Several luxury structures are tucked here and there on the mountain, and they’re available for weddings, parties, functions and any other event that requires stellar views, food and service.
Modeled after a cabin from the late 1800s, Allie’s is no primitive building. The large stone fireplace is a focal point, illuminated by the floor-to-ceiling windows that surround the room. The deck overlooks Beaver Creek Mountain, a stunning backdrop for a wedding. Allie’s Cabin, and Chef Kirk Weems, can accommodate up to 75 people with room for a dance floor.
The new Broken Arrow guards the base of Arrowhead. It was designed to be a mountain lodge, and is available for breakfast, lunch or dinner gatherings. Broken Arrow accommodates groups of up to 100 inside and 200 outside, for anything from barbecues to lobster boils to ethnic meals, all prepared by Chef Curtis Cooper.
Boasting the largest collection of Western artifacts in North America outside of a museum, there’s nothing rustic about the craftsmanship of SaddleRidge. From the burnished butternut interior to the vintage pool table upstairs, the building feels like a four-star saloon. Different rooms work separately or together to accommodate groups of all sizes, from an intimate dinner in the Centennial Library to a large-scale feast in the Clubhouse. Chef Geordy Ogden specializes in wild game and seafood dishes.
Overlooking the Gore Range, Zach’s Cabin is nestled into the forest of Bachelor Gulch. The two-story log cabin has an intimate deck and vaulted ceilings. Chef Tim McCaw is known for his Pacific-influenced American cuisine, which is complemented by the extensive wine list. With the addition of Gunder’s, a private dining room with its own fireplace, Zach’s Cabin can accommodate groups up to 150.