Since 2020, vacation rental properties grew in popularity at a steady rate and are expected to continue rising into 2022. New York University and the Family Travel Association conducted a study and found a growing trend in vacation rental properties throughout the pandemic. The study noted vacation rentals surged in popularity because they required fewer touchpoints, allowed for longer stays and often included kitchens for guests to prepare their own food.
As 2022 begins and vacation rentals remain a coveted form of leisure travel, finding the right vacation rental property is essential to enjoying your travels, wherever they may be. East West Hospitality, with more than 3,400 residences and vacation rentals throughout Colorado, California and Hawai’i, invite you to stay at one of these luxurious properties.
One Beaver Creek, Beaver Creek, Colorado
Beaver Creek Mountain Lodging offers an array of options for guests wanting to stay in the mountains, but the property’s Residence 54 is marked as one of Beaver Creek’s finest rentals. The residence features a complete renovation to create all-new luxurious bathrooms, kitchen, furnishings and fixtures from The Valley’s finest designers. The lodge sleeps up to 12 people with four bathrooms and bedrooms total.
The residence lies on the slope side of Beaver Creek Village with direct elevator access, gas fireplaces and a chef’s kitchen with a Sub-Zero dual zone wine fridge and Sub-Zero refrigerator. Overlooking Centennial ski lift, the residence also includes a heated balcony.
Old Greenwood, Lake Tahoe, California
Old Greenwood offers guests stunning views of North Lake Tahoe in this mountain estate. Guests can choose from a cabin, townhome, villa or private home in Old Greenwood. The residences come with floor-to-ceiling windows, a chef’s kitchen, radiant concrete flooring, gas fireplace and a game/media room complete with a pool table and wet bar.
The deck features a BBQ for fun nights with family and friends, and the residences lie just steps from The Pavilion, a center filled with swimming pools, a water slide, spa, golf course and hot tubs. The residences sleep 8–13 people depending on the residence chosen.
Mauna Kea Residences, Hawai’i Island
Mauna Kea Residences consists of 35 residences within Mauna Kea Resort with an additional 85 residences in the homecare program. Each residence comprises two to seven bedrooms for both an intimate vacation and a large-group trip. From condos to townhomes to estates, guests can choose which setup they prefer.
Many of the residences offer private pools, lanai spaces for views of the ocean, a golf course and mountains. Guests staying in Mauna Kea Residences have access to two Big Island beaches, two pools, two fitness centers, two golf courses and a number of restaurants. The Mauna Kea Spa by Mandara is also open to guests staying in the residences. Residences come with luxury amenities from a full chef’s kitchen to an elegant bathroom, each bright and airy to maintain that Hawai’ian feel throughout the entire experience.
Solaris Residences, Vail, Colorado
Solaris Residences lies in the heart of Vail Village, each penthouse providing rare views of the mountains and town. With soaring cathedral ceilings, sliding glass balcony doors for indoor and outdoor mountain living, a stone-clad fireplace and luxurious kitchen, Solaris Residences offers guests the ultimate vacation.
Guests will have access not only to the amenities within the penthouse but also to amenities throughout the resort. Staying at Solaris Residences means having a shuttle to Golden Peak and Lionshead, complimentary morning pastries, coffee, cookies and hot chocolate, preferred reservations at Matsuhisa & Bol, access to a private spa, indoor pool and hot tub, and laundry service.
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