Beaver Village Condos by StayWinterPark are very proud to announce we have been awarded the “Loved by Guest Certificate” from Hotels.com certificate

This award honors businesses that consistently earn top ratings from Hotels.com.  Our guests that have stayed at Beaver Village gave us a rating of 4.3 out of 5.  This overall rating is reflected in the exceptional unit ratings and reviews of our professional front desk, concierge services, and housekeeping.

The Beaver Village condos offer a large variety of accommodations ranging from hotel rooms to fully furnished 4 bedroom condominiums.  All units have been recently renovated to provide a wonderful mountain getaway and include full kitchens (except the hotel rooms), fireplace, balcony, DVD player, hair dryers and complimentary wireless internet.

The Beaver Village Clubhouse also has the main check-in office for the property, indoor pool and hot tubs, guest coin operated laundry, sauna,  lobby area with free wi-fi and fireplace as well as a large meeting room for group gatherings or corporate meetings.

For your next Winter Park vacation, stay with us at Beaver Village and find out why so many of our other guests enjoy this experience and property!

As two longtime Winter Park, Colorado vacation rental and homeowner association management firms combine, Condominium Management Company acquires new management!

Robert Blay, co-owner and President of Condominium Management Company (CMC) and Staywinterpark., announced on Friday April 15th, CMC has purchased the Teverbaugh-Heaton Management Company (THMC) from Kristine Meyer.  THMC operates under the trade names Destinations West and Beaver Village CondominiumsDestinations West at Beaver Village Winter Park CO

“We are very excited to merge these two companies together.  Kristy has built a very impressive business and together we will provide better service to all our homeowner clients.  The primary motivation for this merger is to consolidate the vacation rental marketing efforts of the two organizations to better generate direct bookings”, Robert explains.  The newly combined entity will manage over 200 rental properties.  “We will also achieve some economies of scale from operations but we do not anticipate any reduction in current staffing levels.  Our goal is to bring new guests to Grand County and improve the return for our property owners.”

Kristine Meyer will continue to provide her expertise to the organization for the foreseeable future.  “This sale  is a perfect opportunity for me to pursue some of my other ambitions while continuing to contribute to the success of the business.  Robert and I share very similar business perspectives and i trust that his leadership will guide this combined operation to benefit of the owner-clients and the employees” stated Kristy.

CMC is a local leader in homeowner association (HOA) management with over 30 associations currently under management.  Its sister organization – Staywinterpark is likewise a leader in the ever growing vacation home rental market with over 200 properties available for short term rentals.

The new Lunch Rock restaurant at the Winter Park Resort is the newest exciting addition to the resort.
This brand new 16,000 square foot restaurant is atop the Mary Jane area and offers a state-of-the-art building with much to offer for the 75th anniversary of the Winter Park Resort.

For generations the area known as Lunch Rocky at the top of Mary Jane has been a place for gathering, respite and unparalleled beauty. Beginning for the 2014-2015 ski season it will also be home to one of the newest on-mountain amenities in the country, the Lunch Rock restaurant, where historic legacy and the promise of a spectacular future meet under the watchful eye of the Continental Divide.

Lunch Rock restaurant is a 16,000 square foot marvel of architecture at over 11,000 feet in elevation that embraces its past. An expansive 150-seat deck is perfect for the sun worshippers who have flocked to Lunch Rock for years, while a new state-of-the-art 250-seat indoor restaurant and 28-seat bar brings comfort and convenience. The building offers great amenities that include spacious restrooms, retail area for stocking up on provisions and hydration stations. The biggest attraction – breath-taking views of iconic Parry Peak, James Peak, Parsenn Bowl, the Fraser Valley and the Continental Divide.

Guests can utilize five different lifts to reach this gem. Constructed with a combination of steel, wood and stone, the feel of a cozy mountain lodge is apparent. Environmentally friendly construction included repurposed wood, pine beetle kill and energy and water conservation techniques adhere to the strict eco-friendliness that Winter Park Resort has always held paramount to any on-mountain construction project.

The project began on April 21, before the Winter Park 2013-2014 ski season even ended, with the demolitions of the previous Lunch Rock building, which had stood for more than 25 years. The new facility will be open in November for the start of the new ski season and will be a spot that can be enjoyed year-round, becoming the perfect venue for not only dining and relaxing, but also weddings, retreats and group functions.

Check out the Lunch Rock photo gallery for a complete overview of the steps of construction.

Bonnier Mountain Group and Winter Park Resort are teaming up to hold 2010’s upcoming Nature Valley NASTAR Championships.  This year, over 1,300 racers are expected to compete in a variety of events over a three day period.  Throughout NASTAR’s 42 years the event has been hosted by many different resorts, spending the last four years at Steamboat.

NASTAR, which stands for National STAndard Race Program, is the world’s largest recreational ski & snowboard race program, and allows racers of all ages & abilities, through a handicap system, a way to compare themselves with one another and with the national champion, regardless of when and where they race.

Competitors ranging in age from 3 to 90 have qualified for the 2010 National Championships by earning a top-three ranking in their age division at one of North America’s 120+ Nature Valley NASTAR ski resorts.  Racers from the United States, Canada, Australia, Chile, and England will be competing for a variety of titles in Winter Park this year.  Racers compete within age and gender categories within their division and discipline.  Disciplines include Alpine and Telemark skiing, Snowboarding, as well as Physically Challenged categories.

Both Winter Park Resort and the town of Winter Park are thrilled to have the privilege of hosting the event concurrently with the resort’s 70 year anniversary.  President and Chief Operating Officer of Winter Park Resort, Gary DeFrange states that “Winter Park Resort is extremely excited and proud to be partnering with NASTAR to host the National Championships this March.  With so many people anticipated to attend this year’s event, winter sport enthusiasts will enjoy Winter Park Resort’s tremendous value coupled with our close proximity to Denver.”

Staywinterpark in Winter Park is offering some of the best lodging deals for competitors, families and friends, and literally anyone who happens to be in town for the duration of the championships. Brian Lence, President of Staywinterpark says, “Staywinterpark has developed a solid history of catering to the specific needs of visiting athletes, coaches, families and friends coming to Winter Park for organized competition, and we are thrilled to be given the opportunity of playing our part once more. With up to 5,000 incremental visitors expected for the Championships, Staywinterpark is offering some fantastic specials exclusively for visitors to the Resort during this time. ”

For you skiers and snowboarders, there are only a few days left to qualify!  Get your qualifying runs in by February 15th, and be sure to register for the Championships by March 17th to be eligible!

Staywinterpark is the longest established rental management company in Winter Park, Colorado having provided private vacation rentals in the Winter Park & Fraser Valley for over 37 years.