Wish you were here?
An exceptional ski experience awaits you in the Colorado Rockies, just a short, scenic drive away from Denver International Airport. The Lakeside Village condos in Keystone Resort can be your home base as you explore the award-winning slopes of three magnificent mountains. Situated in Keystone’s original village on the lake, these roomy condos are at the hub of all the action in Keystone. When you’re ready to relax, you’ll have gorgeous mountain views to enjoy from the comfort of your condo. Many of the units also offer views of the lake.
LocationKeystone - Lakeside Village
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.
Non-U.S. Domestic Bookings - Taxes and fees are included in your vacation price.
Minimum night stay restrictions may apply.
Reservation changes may not be permitted unless authorized by the hotel.
A mandatory hotel-imposed fee of $15 plus tax per room, per day will be charged and collected by the hotel either at check-in or check-out. This fee is not included in your package price and is subject to change. Valid for Domestic U.S. origins only.
Resort Fee Includes: Granola bars, resort transportation, business services at condo front desks, coffee service at the desks and in units, hot chocolate at desks, sun screen packets, 24-Hour guest services, wireless internet services, post cards and mailing services, parking and local calls.
Ratings & reviews
TripAdvisor traveler rating109 reviews
Average Condo Great Location
We stayed in Willows Unit 1704. Average because it’s a bit run down and lacks amenities available in other condos (no pool, spa, gym). But great location, views, comfortable and met our expectations. Future renters should be aware of three things: (1) It’s a first floor unit and you can hear the people upstairs walking around; (2) We were there in the summer and slept with the windows open. It’s was very comfortable; (3) A flock of geese which reside in the pond, will make their morning salute at the first sign of daylight. They were very loud, but shouldn’t be a problem if you’re an early riser.
First Time to Keystone
Lakeside Village was conveniently located near a couple of restaurants and Mountain Base. Nowhere Pizza is the best! We ate there twice during our stay. I recommend figuring out the bus routes prior to arriving. Also, parking at River Run is free while Mountain base is not. Found out the hard way when we got a $25 ticket. Rooms were clean and had a mini-fridge, microwave, and coffee pot. I did not realize when I booked that our room had Murphy Bed's, but it was not a big deal. It was nice to access to the pool, hot tub and sauna at Keystone Resort and Spa, which was only a couple of hundred feet away. I thought it was the perfect place for new skiers and families. My 9 year, after 1 day of ski school, was able to ski from the peak on Schoolmarm, which is 3.5 miles long. She had no issues. Very family-friendly. Tubing is a must-do. At most, there was a 2-3 minute wait to get on the lifts. We rented equipment from Mountain View Sports in Keystone. They were a bit cheaper than renting from the resort. They were very friendly and accomodating. I would recommend eating at Nowhere Pizza and Dillon Dam Brewery. They both had great food and family friendly.
Charged twice - no real device
We were charged DOUBLE on a fully paid reservation booked through Priceline. This reservation for three nights in a two bedroom condo was paid weeks in advance and this was verified upon check in. Two days AFTER we checked out, the card they requested for incidentals was charged for the entire stay. I was never notified of the charge and were. i called to dispute it I was told my only recourse is so send them an email. The room was cute, well designed and we enjoyed staying there though the phone in room didn’t work and when we would call to ask questions (example: is the hot tub accessible any other want than the icy one lane road my kids fell on? What are the included amenities we can access with the wrist bands given at check in?) No one knew the answers and didn’t get back to us. There WAS another way to hot tubs that we found the day we checked out. Don’t risk the headaches involved in staying here.
Dated, Broken, Noisy
Difficult check-in, more than a mile away from the location. Room numbers not shown. Guessing game to find your unit. In ours, 1706, Willows, many electrical outlets weren't working, the electronics to the outside door broke, making entry difficult. Asked for extra firewood; it never arrived. Very loud; heard people in hallway, in unit above. Heating difficult to adjust to desired temperature. Just a really mediocre, overpriced place.
Contrasting condo conditions
We booked two condos for our family between Christmas and New Years. Argentine 1525 was warm, cozy, somewhat updated, very comfortable. Both condos looked out on the lake and were close to the ski shuttle. However, Argentine 1517 was a DUMP! No updates, looks like the owner hasn't done a thing in 25 years. Old drapes were broken and hanging off the wall, fireplace didn't work, baseboards were missing or broken, carpet upstairs was worn and stained, plugs were loose or unusable, pots and pans were old and minimal and badly need replacing, no rug outside or inside the entry door, no rugs inside the condo on the main floor, no bathroom rugs, the coffee maker leaked, a humidifier in the bedroom leaked a huge puddle of water on the carpet. We paid the same high price for both condos, and this one was awful.