TripAdvisor traveler ratingbased on 2463 reviews
LocationBreckenridge - Slopeside
Wish you were here?
General policies & fine print
Hotel requires a credit/debit card authorization or cash deposit upon check-in for incidentals; this will place a hold on your funds.
Individuals attending a convention cannot book this property for their stay. If found attending a convention, guests may be subject to higher room rates upon arrival.
Hotel Spring Break Policy:
This hotel cannot guarantee a spring-break-free environment.
Room taxes are included in vacation price.
Minimum night stay restrictions may apply.
Reservation changes may not be permitted unless authorized by the hotel.
A hotel-imposed fee is included in your room rate at time of booking this hotel.
Resort Fee inclusions:
• In-room coffee
• Complimentary Internet access in all guest rooms, lobby, and Base 9 Lounge
• Complimentary in-town shuttle
• Resort recreational facilities, including 2 pools, 7 hot tubs, workout facilities, steam room, and sauna
• Complimentary local newspaper
• Complimentary firewood delivered to your room
• Complimentary use of ski locker facilities located only steps from the Beaver Run Super Chair
The above list may not be comprehensive. The hotel can provide current fee and inclusions when you check-in.
Ratings & reviews
TripAdvisor traveler rating2463 reviews
My teenage son and I stayed here in March and it was a great location for us. We could ski on and off - our ski locker was steps from the Beaver Run lift. We did not bother with a car and were able to use the free shuttles to get around and there are also good options right there in the resort when we didn't feel like leaving. We took advantage of the kitchenette to make breakfast in the room each morning which was convenient and cost effective for us. The rooms were clean and comfortable. We stayed in a Colorado Suite in building 4 and felt like it was a very good value.
Great centre for winter holiday
Stayed for ten nights in February (sorry for delay) and had a wonderful time - very friendly and helpful staff, comfortable suite, great views, and right on the piste. My wife and I were walking for the holiday, the younger members of the family were skiing and boarding and had a great time with regular powder top-ups. Food on site was great, in the town wonderful and great places to choice from. Would recommend this resort. Many thanks to manager Brian for a wonderful gift to mark my birthday, very much appreciated, and to the friendly bell boys especially Romaine (?)
Cosy place with a great location
Stayed at Beaver Run for 10 nights at the end of Jan/beginning of Feb. The hotel is vast with walkways linking between the buildings, including the main building that contains restaurants and a mini market and building 4 which contains the swimming pool, jacuzzis and sauna. From the main reception, building 4 is a bit of a hike, but it’s all indoors through the walkways and is well signposted. We stayed in building 4, floor 5 in room 4524 which was a self catering room, to allow us to cook. The room contained ample storage for clothes and cases, a vanity area with a separate toilet, a large separate shower room and dining/living area and a small galley kitchen with hob, microwave combi oven, toaster, stove top kettle, coffee machine and an under the counter fridge. There was plenty of crockery and cooking utensils and the coffee/tea/sugar supply was topped up daily by housekeeping. A tv was located in the bedroom area as well as the living space. There was a huge selection of channels and you were able to watch some complimentary movies without adverts (similar to sky movies) which was a bonus. The room was very clean and the bed was made each day, the kitchen and bathroom/shower areas were cleaned/towels replenished daily. The room also had plenty of dishwasher powder, washing up liquid and a tea towel. Housekeeping attend everyday and usually whilst you are out. You can put a door sign out requesting that they don’t disturb you/ if the room can be cleaned. All of the staff were really friendly and always spoke to you when passing. Beaver Run also encourages guests to recycle items which can be collected by housekeeping each day but there are also recycling bins o the ground floor outside that you can use as well. The temperature of the room could be controlled but was difficult to get right sometimes. At night, the room was like a sauna and proved uncomfortable to sleep. As well, the fridge in our room was extremely noisy when it cut in at intervals during the night, which disrupted our sleep. The side tables in the living space were worn and had unstable feet, but were useable. In my opinion, these rooms could do with updating to match the rooms opposite us. They appeared to have marble countertops and were more modernised. We had a nice view of the green run down to the hotel and had a large window in our room to view the scenery. Some rooms do have balcony’s and it would’ve been nice to have had this option. The front of house and concierge were always helpful, friendly and welcoming. The porters were also on hand to help take your luggage to your room, if needed. We visited the mini market on a couple of occasions and we enjoyed a large turkey wrap and a hoagie when we arrived late evening. And on our final night we ordered a take out pizza which was delicious, but also huge. The cost of items in the mini market is higher than if you went to the City Market, but it is very convenient. Our pizza cost around £24, which isn’t too dissimilar to Dominoes prices but tasted way better! The location of this hotel is fantastic, with ski in, ski out and has the added bonus of its own chairlift. It also has a large ski/snowboard locker area, which is complimentary and your locker number corresponds with your room number. You are given 3 keys in your room to allow access to this. There are signs requesting ski’s and snowboards are not stored in the rooms. The locker room exit is directly onto the piste, allowing you to ski/board down to the chairlift a few metres away. The hotel also offers free shuttles for guests into Breck and other stops along the way including Breckenridge station. Feel free to tip the drivers if you want to as they have a basket next to them when leaving the bus, but I don’t think it’s compulsory. I used the shuttle once which was excellent, but I usually walked to the centre as it only took 20mins. Breck also offers free transportation to help visitors get around. There are a number of drop off points at Beaver Run including right by the chairlift. These shuttles run up until 22:00 and from around 08:00. I’d advise downloading the “free ride” app as you can look at all of the available routes, see what times they run and their frequency. As well, free transportation allows you to head down to Silverthorne which has a number of outlets with discounted items for example, Under Armour, Columbia, Levi’s and Ralph Lauren. Given the excellent location to the pistes, the amenities on offer and the friendly and welcoming staff, I will definitely be returning to Breck and Beaver Run. We thoroughly enjoyed our time there and hope to return soon. Thank you Beaver Run!
First timers to Beaver Run
Family of three stayed 4 days and 3 nights. Stayed in bldg. 4 and it was a nice size for 3 of us. However, the unit did not have a place to store clothing or groceries. No dressers! We were disappointed we had to live out of a suitcase x 3 people! As a result the bedroom was hard to get around because it had suitcases in it. We dragged in dirt from outside daily despite trying not too. We had to call and ask them to come back and vacuum. Again, no area to place your dry grocery goods. Nice unit but not carefully thought out for storage. We had friendly ski staff and housekeeping staff. I don't recommend this unit for a group larger than 2 unless the 3rd is a child. It is small due to no storage and suitcases will be everywhere. View from room was awesome.
Great skiing but a tired looking hotel
Our family stayed in Building 4 at Beaver Run. The best part was the ski-in/ski-out location with a separate locker room to Buildings 1-3. Having skied extensively across Europe the groomed slopes and tree lined runs here (plus our day trip to Vail) have been the best skiing we’ve experienced. What’s not so hot – quite literally – is waking up to ice on the single-glazed, metal framed windows. The general appearance of the hotel is now tired and dated and although everything worked (fridge, microwave and oven) our teenagers said that the sofa bed was not comfortable for our week-long stay. We had an evening meal at Spencer’s and a couple of breakfasts at the shop but would recommend going into town for better choice and value. The hotel’s free shuttle service to / from town is really convenient and the drivers are great characters. Overall, Beaver Run offers convenience but needs to work harder to deliver value for money.