We had a great après here even though we had some issues with the service.
-The atmosphere is fantastic—with gorgeous views of the Beaver Creek runs. It’s fun seeing the last skiers of the day come down as you enjoy your après adult beverage.
-They have live music and multiple fires going. They also give out free s’more kits for guests to use—and it’s really cute seeing all the kids making s’mores at the fires (and some kids-at-heart as well!).
-It was a beautiful sunny afternoon and we asked to be seated outside in the sun. We were given a table that was about to go into the shade. It was a whole ordeal to get reseated and by the time we did, the sun was almost down already. This was frustrating. They should know which tables stay in the sun when you request that!
-At the new table, we asked them to turn on our heat lamp. The first staff member told us curtly—“if it’s off, it’s broken”. This surprised us considering Park Hyatt is a top luxury brand—why would they just leave broken heat lamps out there and then dismissively say they’re not working. Comically, a few minutes after this first staff member left, one of the waiters was able to turn it on!
-Our actual waiter was very friendly, however after we put our order in, he basically disappeared. It took an extremely long time just to bring our beers out—which was also annoying as we were hoping to enjoy them for a few minutes before our snacks came.
-The beers were nice microbrews that they had on tap—which we enjoyed when we finally got them!
-Shrimp cocktail were jumbo and fresh, with great cocktail sauce—however $3.50 each!
-Fried chicken sliders were addictive, and we scarfed them down after working up an appetite skiing.
-Lobster sliders were decent, but honestly too much meat for the little bun (not a great ratio)—and the bun was dry.
Overall, we had a very enjoyable experience, despite the hiccups.
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