We stayied here for four nights for a ski vacation. My husband and myself along with my 16 year old son, his friend and my 13 year old daughter and her friend went on this trip. We rented a Premium Corporate Suite which was a three bedroom/three bath condo. It rented for about $493.00 per night. It was so worth the price! It was very roomy for all of us and it included a balcony over looking the Beaver Run Chair. We were on the second floor with an elevator pretty much right outside the door which took you down to a locker room where you can keep your skiis. This was really nice so you didn't have to lug them up to your condo. Each unit in Beaver Run is individually decorated and we got lucky. Ours was beuatifully decorated. We went with some friends, who brought four 16 year old girls, and their exact unit, one floor below, was very dated.
Beaver Run is a huge resort made up of four buildings. Our unit was in building four. I would reccommend staying in building four since it is the closest to the ski slope. If you were staying in building one it would be a really, really long walk to the slopes in your ski boots.
The resort had two pools and several hot tubs. The main pool and HT's are located int the middle in Building three. Building four also has a pool and hot tub. We liked the facilities in Builing four much more than the main pool, but all the kids we were with loved hanging out at the main pool since there was a lot more "action" going on there.
There are several places to eat and have a drink at the resort. They even offer a free shuttle back and forth to town, which is only minutes away. This was great!. We didn't need our car at all. The kids loved it too. They would just go into town at night by themselves and we felt they would all be very safe.
I loved the location of the resort since all the kids could just go out the door to the slopes. We would meet them for lunch and back at the condo at the end of the day.
Some areas of the resort are a little dated, but nothing that would make me not go there. The resort is also very clean and the people who worked there are very helpful.
The only thing I would say that I didn't like is that it is so big that you had to walk a long way to get anywhere, but it wasn't that bad.
I would reccommend this resort to anyone! We had a great time and the skiing at Breckenridge was pretty good too.
Breckenridge serves all levels of skiers. At first I really didn't want to go there, I have been there before and remember that it was always crowded. But now that i have been there again i've decided it was pretty good. There was no lines and they have some nice bowls and tree skiing as well as some fun long runs that you can just cruise at the end of the day.
I think it is a great family place, but would also go there with out kids.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Beaver Run Resort and Conference Center is located at the Base of Peak 9 in Breckenridge, Colorado. It is a ski in ski out property and it is a Homeowners Association. Each unit is individually owned. Our 4 Building structure was built over several years, with Building One opening in 1979, with the completion of Building 4 in 1984. Owners are required to maintain an above minimum Quality score to participate in the Rental Program and no two Units are identical. We encourage our guests to request a room change if they are not completely satisfied with the room they are assigned. We have limited number of pet friendly rooms and we do charge a Pet fee. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Beaver Run Hotel Breckenridge
- Beaver Run Resort Breckenridge