Beaver Run Resort

3.5 out of 5 stars3.5 Stars

620 Village Road, PO Box 2115, Breckenridge, Colorado, 80424, United States

3 Reviews

Beaver Run Resort and Conference Center
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    Ski In and Ski Out


    If you want a place to stay in town where you can ski in and ski out then this is the place for you. I don't think we ever drove while staying except to buy groceries because the historic downtown of Breckenridge is closeby. I definitely recomment staying here. There are some restaurants inside the resort and a place to buy groceries.

    Unique Quality: There is several outdoor jacuzzis available and a heated indoor swimming pool where you can swim under a wall and end up outside in the pool.

    Directions: Breckenridge Colorado

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    Get close to the slopes


    I stayed there during the very end of ski season so it was easy to get a room and it wasn't too expensive. I got the one bedroom premium suite complete with full kitchen, fireplace and spa tub. You are practically on the slope, it's that close.

    Unique Quality: Great view of the slopes and surrounding mountains. Centrally located in Breckenridge.

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    This resort is great because it is at the base of the slopes and has its own superchair outside.

    Unique Quality: The pool is great it is outdoor/indoor located in a "lodge" themed room that is rugged and cozy. I stayed in a 1 bedroom condo that had a full kitchen which was great . . .there is a shuttle service that will take and pick you up from area restaurants and the grocery store. The hotel has a small market as well but the prices are a little outrageous.

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Overall good experience at Beaver Run

by TripAdvisor Member chukm

My wife and I recently stayed in the Colorado Suite at Beaver Run. This is one of the suites with a jetted tub. The interesting thing is that the jetted tub is in a separate room from the rest of the bathroom and the shower is combined with the jetted tub. Other than that oddity, the room was great. The common area hot tub outside is huge and didn't seem too crowded. I would also recommend the onsite Massage Therapy in Bldg 4.

We absolutely love Beaver Run!

by A TripAdvisor Member

We have been to Beaver Run Resort twice. First time in January, 2004 and loved it so much we went back in January, 2005. We were on a 5 day ski trip 2 months ago and this resort made it a blast! Great for teens to walk around to the food area's, game room, hot tubs, pools, shops, etc. Our first year their, we loved our room (1 bedroom suite) and the second year, we got in and thought it wasnt as nice as the year before, so went to the lobby and they immediately gave us a new room. What a difference! It was slopeside view, brand new furniture, all in all a great room. Seperate beds, one in the bedroom, and the pullout in the living room. 2 different TV's really helped and a full kitchen to save money and make dinner. Spencer's has great food too. If you reserve from their website, it may be a little pricey, but search the internet like we did and find a great deal!! we had the one bedroom suite for under $200 a night. We would return again too!

Enjoyed staying here!

by TripAdvisor Member Odymom

My family just returned from 4 days (March 19 - 22, 2005) at the resort. We loved the Beaver Run.

We had a slope side, 1-bedroom condo with a full kitchen in building 3. This location afforded us easy access to the pool, hot tubs, lockers for ski equipment (a big plus), and view of the Beaver Run Super Chair.

Our condo was nicely furnished. The daily housekeeping cleaned up the kitchen as well as changed linens and other usual services.

We did not eat at any of the onsite restaurants because we cooked in most nights and went out one night.

We definitely liked being at a ski in/ski out resort. Who wants to wait for shuttle buses at the end of a long day of skiing?

We highly reccommend the Beaver Run!

Great Location

by TripAdvisor Member Gripster

Beaver Run is a VERY LARGE resort, so don't expect personalized service--made 4 trips to the front desk to check in (first room was smoking room, key didn't work for second room, ski locker broken--this alone took 2 calls and 2 visits to the front desk). The room was constantly over 80 degrees, meaning we had to keep the patio door open all night. The room itself was very clean and in good repair. The TV was small as was the fridge. The shuttle was hit-and-miss for going to town. That said, the ski-in, ski-out location was fantastic. If your main objective is convenient skiing, this is the place. It's also convenient to the KinderHut daycare/skischool. It's a fairly easy walk to downtown if you don't have little ones.

The beavers need to get busy

by A TripAdvisor Member

Stayed at Beaver Run Apr. 29 to May 1. We rented a one-bedroom condo-style apartment in building 2.
The Good: Friendly young staff at reception. Temporary parking spaces in front of reception. We asked for wood for our fireplace and it was delivered immediately for free, with fire starters. The apartment was spacious (about 1,000'sq.) and well equipped. The view to the south was nice. Nice layout, with living/kitchen area downstairs, bedroom and bath upstairs. Mountain decor and furnishings. Refurbished kitchen was nice and even had a real coffee maker. Spencer's Restaurant at the resort has friendly staff, quick service, a nice buffet and realistic prices. Our meals there were satisfying but not spectacular. The deli is well-stocked and not outrageously priced. Staff was polite and friendly. The apartment was clean except for the carpet. King bed was comfortable with decent, fitted sheets and a warm, clean quilt. There is indoor parking.
The Ugly: Worn, dirty, stained carpet in the apartment. Throughout the resort the carpet was visibly covered with debris. Can't they vacuum? Ski season is over. Reception is dark and unmarked, rather forbidding.
The Bad: Dirty dishes were plentiful on the buffet serving line. Gross. Only a small percentage of the jacuzzi pumps worked. The apartment bathrooms were very worn and out of date and offered only one towel bar. What does the second person do with their towel? The toilet was so small it was like a child's toilet. Time for refurbishing!
Summary: Not a bad resort, but not the best. It obviously exists primarily to serve skiers, so it serves that purpose. But is it worth $200 or more per night in off season? I wouldn't go there again and pay that kind of money.

Loved the location

by A TripAdvisor Member

We stayed there from February 5-9, 2005. The location was wonderful. The resort is right next the lift, thus we didn't need to drive. Just throw on our ski/snowboard clothes and we were good to go. It was close enough to town that we walked a few times to town. There is also a free shuttle that goes around town. The resort has everything...pools/jacuzzi/game room/restaurants/ski shop etc.... In fact, there were several buildings and at times it was a bit confusing--almost like a maze. We occupied a 2 bedroom with full kitchen and fireplace. It was the greatest! The kitchen and utensils looks brand new. We were able to cook our meals everyday. The other bad thing was the elevators. When we first arrived we waited (with 6 luggages and groceries) over 20 minutes for 1 elevator. There was no other elevator except for the one across the parking lot which was for the other building. It was a nightmare! The service itself was mediocre, depending on the staff. Some were absolutely courteous and helpful. Others were just extremely rude. Overall location was wonderful and the resort itself was great. Customer service needs to be improved. Because my priorities are customer service, I probably will not stay in this resort again.

Forum Posts

Season in Breckenridge......Help

by Jubay

Would anyone be able to point me in the right direction in terms of accommodation in breckenridge. Just looking for somewhere cheap (I know, breckenridge is for rich holiday makers that spend $1000 a week, which we cant), warm and in breckenridge or near a bus route if its just outside.

Cant seem to find any information in terms of where to look. Its like they don't have accommodation for people with a normal budget. Any information would be very helpful.

Thank you.

Re: Season in Breckenridge......Help

by zuriga

I'm sorry to hear that Breckenridge has gotten so expensive. It used to be a reasonable ski area like Keystone. I can't imagine what the prices are now in Vail or Aspen!

I'd get some ski magazines. They usually have a real estate section for rentals, and you might find something that way. We did very well one year with that plan. Look around, too, for Copper Mountain and some of the other resorts.

Re: Season in Breckenridge......Help

by kathymof

If you cannot afford $1000 a week, which is frankly pretty cheap for Breckenridge, you might want to go elsewhere. I used to stay in a hostel in Aspen. There are a lot of timeshares in Breckenridge so maybe you could search that way. Breckenridge was a sleeply, nice little town until Aspen Corporation bought it in the late 60s/early 70s and then it woke up and got expensive too.

Re: Season in Breckenridge......Help

by kathymof

Here is a link to a hostel in Breckenridge

Re: Season in Breckenridge......Help

by Duckie92

Those mountain towns have really gotten expensive. Not much you can do.
But, check out It's mostly just an activity site, but they have lodging and accomidation information too. Other than that I don't really know how to help. It usually expensive in Breckenridge. It's ski country. :)

Re: Season in Breckenridge......Help

by castilloismael

I am in the same boat as you! I chose Beaver Run Resort $166.15 per night. This will be my 1st time in Breckenridge. How are you getting to the town from the Denver airport?

Re: Season in Breckenridge......Help

by zuriga

If you don't want to rent a car, take a shuttle bus from the airport. They are dependable and usually fairly inexpensive. Each ski town has them, but I think you have to reserve in advance... at least we did once long ago when going to Vail in the summer. I'm sure your resort will know the numbers.

Re: Season in Breckenridge......Help

by roost

Breckenridge can be expensive at times, especially during the busy seasons. For some vacation packages that included everything, and may save you money, check out Breckenridge


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Address: 620 Village Road, PO Box 2115, Breckenridge, Colorado, 80424, United States