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The Ritz-Carlton Bachelor Gulch is a luxury spa and ski-resort lodging facility in Beaver Creek, CO containing 117 hotel rooms, 50 condo/hotel units, and more than 26,000 sf of meeting space. The property opened in 2002 and features distinctive amenities such as Wolfgang Puck’s Spagos restaurant and ski-in/ski-out access to the Beaver Creek Mountain resort. Ritz-Carlton Bachelor Gulch is recognized as one of the best ski-resorts in Colorado; winning the prestigious AAA Five Diamond Award, Condé Nast Traveler’s “World’s Best Places to Stay: 2012 Gold List” and ranked No. 1 on the Travel + Leisure 2013 World’s Best Awards list of Top Hotel Spas in the Continental U.S.
- The name Bachelor Gulch is based on the legend and lore of seven single men who moved to the area to mine silver and raise cattle.
- From the early 1920s until the Great Depression, Bachelor Gulch-grown lettuce was shipped by rail to the East Coast of the U.S..
- Constructed with indigenous hewn-timber and stone, Ritz-Carlton Bachelor Gulch was the first resort to be built in the authentic Parkitecture style in more than 50 years.