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Haute tub: Beaver Creek has the most enviable location (and bottles) in the Rockies

Looking to take your baller status to the next level, but the weather isn’t warm enough to spend your hard-earned cash lounging poolside in a cabana in Vegas flaunting in front of the bikini-clad women?

Luckily you have a new option, thanks to the posh Park Hyatt Beaver Creek Resort, located in the heart of the Colorado Rockies. The resort is introducing a new Haute Tub this ski season, and guests can now enjoy slopeside service directly from the confines of their steamy hot tub at the hotel.

After spending the day shredding up the slopes on the nearly 2,000 acres of skiable terrain at Beaver Creek, what better way to cool down, or better yet warm up, than spending some quality time in the Haute Tub? Guests can reserve one of the five dedicated, slopeslide hot tubs for up to six people when opting for this ice-breaking VIP service. Soakers can choose from a wide selection of Champagne (including Chandon!) or liquor, plus an array of mixers.

After spending the day shredding up the slopes, what better way to cool down, or better yet warm up, than spending some quality time in the Haute Tub? 

VIP guests also receive a dedicated and über-friendly waitress and a sampling of snacks, including the property’s beef brisket sliders, jerk-seasoned wings or famous truffle popcorn. The staff promises not to make you wait the obligatory 30 minutes after eating. Or drinking.

Already contemplating your swift exit from the steamy tub into that cold mountain air? Never fear: Park Hyatt has you covered, providing warmed towels, robes and slippers. Bottle service starts at $300/bottle, and reservations are made in one-hour increments.

Traveling with kids? Park Hyatt is one step ahead of the game yet again. Be sure to check with the concierge about babysitting services so you and yours can enjoy the Haute Tub like never before. Maybe after the kids partake in the 7 pm complimentary s’mores happy hour by the nearby fire pit. 

To help get there faster and easier, American Airlines offers nonstop flights from Dallas directly to Eagle County Airport, enabling guests to fly within 30 minutes of Vail/Beaver Creek as opposed to the 1.5 hours from Denver. For more information on flights, visit FlyVail.com.

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