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Hotel overview

This slopeside mountain getaway offers the ultimate in convenience, accommodation and fun ideal for families, spa-lovers and active travelers alike. Boasting an award-winning restaurant, après ski hangouts, a contemporary bar, daycare, hot tubs, spa, a free shuttle and two high-speed chair lifts just outside the back door guests experience unforgettable winter vacations at this polished mountain retreat.

Location

Breckenridge - Slopeside
Colorado Springs, CO, USA - Colorado Springs Munic : 116 miles
Denver, CO, USA - Denver International (DEN) : 104 miles
Vail/Eagle, CO, USA - Eagle County Regional (EGE) : 60 miles

Property information

Year Built: 1986
Last Renovation: 2019
Accessible rooms: 2
Floors: 8
Total rooms: 550

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Hotel details

Dining

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Amenities

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Activities

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Hotel advisories

Advisory Breckenridge Ski Resort closes near the end of April each year due to the end of the ski season. Hotels in the surrounding area are open and fully operational during all seasons. Please note that dates are subject to change without notice.
Advisory A hotel imposed fee of 19.01% (per room, per day) is included in your room rate. This policy is subject to change without prior notice. For a detailed description of what is included in the resort fee, please see hotel policies.
Advisory A minimum parking fee of $42.00 per day, per vehicle will be charged and collected by the hotel at check-in or check-out. The fee is subject to change without prior notice. The information published here is to give the client an estimate of additional fees they may be responsible for but not a guarantee of the final amount due.

General policies & fine print

Check In: 4:00 PM
Check Out: 11:00 AM
Minimum Check-In Age: 18
General Policies:

Check-in Policy: Hotel requires a credit/debit card authorization or cash deposit upon check-in for incidentals; this will place a hold on your funds.

Convention Policy: 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.

General Information: 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.

Pet Policy Pets Not Allowed

Ratings & reviews

TripAdvisor traveler rating

4.0 2641 reviews
  • 4.0 star tripadvisor rating
    Huge Complex, Good Location, Mixed Service

    I stayed here for a week with my ski club. We mostly had 2 BR/2 BA units with one 3 BR/3 BA unit. All our rooms were in buildings 2 and 3 so descriptions may be slightly different if you were in building 1 or especially building 4, because you can ski directly to that building and it has its own pool. It's hard to beat the location of Beaver Run. It's right at the base of the Beaver Run Superchair or you can ski down to the Quicksilver Superchair at the base of Peak 9. The complex is massive and there are units ranging from hotel room-style all the way to four bedrooms. Our units all had mountain views, which was nice, but that comes at a price. The price is that the bedrooms are all up a narrow flight of stairs on the floor above. This was a surprise to us and, given the average age of our group, we'd likely have opted for the rooms across the hall that don't have the view but are all on one level. The units facing the slopes can get quite warm on sunny afternoons. With no air conditioning, the only way to cool it down is to open the door to the balcony and running the ceiling fans. In some units the master only has a window that opens over the living area so there's no real way to get cool air in except by opening the door to the balcony, which is really not practical to do overnight. Another reason the rooms that don't face the slopes might be better for those who like a cooler temperature. While each condo is decorated by its owner, in general the decor was fine. Importantly for our group the second bedroom had two queen beds and access to the bathroom in the hall. The master bedroom had its own en suite. It would have been nice if there had been a half-bath downstairs in the kitchen/dining/living area but there really wasn't room for one. Some units had an owner's closet under the stairs while other units had that space open - a great spot for storing luggage! There's a ski locker room down by the exit to the slopes but there is only room for skis there overnight. Wear your shoes down there to leave in the locker while you ski and carry your ski boots because it is a LONG walk from the rooms. It was also a pain that there were only two keys for the ski locker, even though the condo slept 4 people. Not everyone who rooms together skis together and that called for some creative communication on where to find the keys at the end of the day. There are seven small hot tubs on the patio by building 3 and they get crowded fairly quickly. Pro tip: walk through building 3 to building 4. There's hardly anyone in that hot tub/pool and you're right beside the slopes. Pool towels are provided so you don't have to lug one from your unit. The hotel has several restaurants, a small market, a coffee shop, an arcade and a sports bar in addition to ballroom/meeting facilities. It's also only about a 10-minute walk into the town of Breckenridge though there's a free on-demand shuttle that will drop you just about any place you need to go in town. We did have communications issues with management. We'd made final adjustments to our rooming list two weeks before our arrival yet when they issued room keys, it was made using an old list. We were supposed to have a welcome party and after some phone calls were told the resort person knew nothing about it, yet we later found one of the banquet rooms set up and a pre-printed sign with our group name, hors d'oeurves and a bar set up inside! Later in the week we had a group dinner in the same room that went off without a hitch and the food was quite good. We talked with some folks at the hot tub who'd been coming to this resort for years without issue but said they did have some problems on this trip. I'm not sure if management recently changed or what, but apparently there are some kinks to be worked out. While I can't say I loved the long walk from the room to the slopes, I thought it was a decent trade-off so we didn't have to ride a bus to reach the slopes or walk a long way in our ski boots. Others in my group disagreed (the bedrooms being upstairs were a particular pain point) and would not care to return to Beaver Run. But based on the price we paid and the complex's location, I'd be happy to stay here again though in the rooms that are all on the same level.

    May 28, 2024
  • 2.0 star tripadvisor rating
    The only reason to stay here is the proximity to the lift; skip it off season

    Over the last few years, we have stayed here during the winter season and this week we stayed during the "mud season". Big mistake. First, this is not an "A" property, but a B at best. Some units are updated from their 1970s decor, but generally speaking it doesn't offer the amenities or cleanliness of more modern properties. We came in the off-season expecting to get a choice of rooms, but absolutely not. First floor facing the parking lot, refused to even consider letting us be on the back side facing the mountain. We virtually were the only people in the place. The front desk was completely less than honest saying that "this is the only room we have clean". At the end, they sprung on us the resort charge and we had to pay for parking. If you come in the ski season, be prepared to keep your window open at night; there is no air conditioning and the heating system is baseboard; yesterday's news. The only reason we stay here is because we are older and don't like to walk far in our ski boots. Don't pay a lot of money to stay here, it's a second to third class property.

    May 25, 2024
  • 5.0 star tripadvisor rating
    You will be spoiled at Beaver Run !!

    We have been going to Beaver Run skiing since 2007. The resort further compliments the skiing with ski-in, ski-out literally onto the slopes! Accommodations are very nice and they have all the amenities one could ask for, likes restaurants, lounges, wifi, great views, ample parking, free shuttles around Breckenridge, indoor/outdoor pools, hot tubs and a fine Spa with several masseuses and programs. Ski shops, a market and Starbucks too.

    May 11, 2024
  • 2.0 star tripadvisor rating
    Rundown hotel with poor service in a good location

    Room was really rundown and the service is comically slow. For example, the curtains were torn up and falling off our curtain bar and looks like the windows have never been cleaned. The carpet was all stained too. When we arrived, there was a half eaten pizza in our room and it took over 24 hours for the pizza to be taken from our room. When we called for a humidifier, it took over 7 hours to get one. Someone smoked in the room next to ours all weekend and the hotel never did anything. It’s a real shame such a nice location doesn’t put some money into their rooms or train their staff better.

    Apr 14, 2024
  • 1.0 star tripadvisor rating
    Find another place to stay

    One of the worst facilities I have ever stay at. Except for the location, this facility is a terrible value. Rooms are in disrepair, hotel staff untrained and some don't speak or understand English, doors to hotel room did not shut properly which is clearly a safety and fire danger. Housekeeping was poor. They clearly did not clean the room for the week I was there. Coffee maker did not work, lights did not work, carpet was dirty, no air conditioning, room was very dated.

    Apr 02, 2024