In the Rocky Mountains, just 75 miles from Denver, is Hyatt Place Keystone, nestled within Keystone Resort. Spanning 3,000 acres, Keystone Resort encompasses three mountains: Dercum, North Peak, and the Outback.
The Keystone area from Hyatt Place Keystone. Arapahoe Basin, also called A-Basin, attracts skiers and boarders for what’s called Treeline—North America's highest terrain park—and more than 100 trails backdropped by the Continental Divide. After a day of heart-pumping activity, call it a night at Hyatt Place Keystone
Guests of Hyatt Place Keystone are offered not one, but two on-property all-day dining options:
- 24/7 Gallery Menu offering snacks, soups, salads, hot and cold sandwiches, and all-day breakfast
- 24/7 Gallery Market offering grab-and-go options including bottled beverages, healthy snacks, salads, sandwiches, and more
To ensure the property is prepared to address the realities of COVID-19, they have rolled out enhanced safety protocols designed to provide both guests and employees with a safe and enjoyable experience. The new safety guidelines include limited touchpoints at check in, property-wide enhanced cleaning measures, shared space guidelines in elevators and physical distancing policies.
New protocols include the following: • Guests will be asked to maintain physical distancing guidelines and use face coverings when in common areas. • Elevator usage will be limited to individuals or families traveling from the same household. • Transactions will be cashless. • Room keys will be cleaned and disinfected before they are placed into guest packets.