Letter: Changes to Beaver Creek transportation include free evening parking
December 28, 2018
As we head into the New Year, we've made some significant changes to Village transportation and Village parking to elevate the guest experience at Beaver Creek Resort. Following guest feedback, and to address previous pain points, we've launched Village Connect and now offer up to three free hours of parking after 5 p.m.
Village Connect displays real-time arrival information for the on-demand transportation services within the Beaver Creek, Bachelor Gulch and Arrowhead communities, replacing the former Dial-A-Ride services. The new Village Connect app provides door-to-door, on-demand rides and information to property owners and guests in Beaver Creek, Bachelor Gulch, and Arrowhead. With real-time tracking, estimated time of arrival notifications, and the ability to explore popular points of interest, Village Connect allows for a more seamless Beaver Creek guest experience. The Beaver Creek Village Connect app is now available for download on the Apple App Store or Google Play.
Additionally, Beaver Creek guests can now enjoy up to three free hours of parking in the Ford Hall and Villa Montane parking garages for guests that arrive after 5 p.m. The expanded complimentary parking in the evening will allow our guests more time to explore and enjoy Beaver Creek Village. With an array of evening offerings in the Village, including shopping until 8 p.m., outdoor ice skating until 9 p.m. and palate-pleasing fare from casual to fine dining, there is lots to explore at Beaver Creek.
We're excited to offer these new services to our guests, and wish everyone a happy and healthy New Year.
Managing Director, Beaver Creek Resort Company
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