You'll find ultra-convenient ski-in/ski-out access plus a ski/snowboard rental shop onsite.
Head downtown for Main Street shopping, dining and entertainment. It's a 13-minute walk away (maybe longer in deep snow!).
Thaw out from a day on the slopes in the blissfully warm outdoor pool.
Enjoy a Japanese Facial, massage with essential oils or a foot massage at the exquisite onsite spa.
Six outdoor hot tubs for relaxing – rotate each night and try them all.
Near Hiking Trails
Lace up your hikers and head for Spruce Creek Trail, a quick 12-minute drive away.
Work on perfecting your swing at Breckenridge Golf Club, an 11-minute drive from the resort.
A three-block walk to bustling Main Street Breckenridge, the slopeside Beaver Run Resort caters to fans of the great outdoors and spa-lovers alike. Back from the day’s adventures, but not quite ready for dinner? Get everyone swim-suited up and head for the main indoor/outdoor pool, or take over one of the six outdoor hot tubs outside Building 3 – all open year-round. Need more space for your crew? There’s another heated pool plus a hot tub for 20 (yes, 20!) in Building 4. Getting everyone equipped with skiing/riding gear and passes can be, well, not the most fun part of the trip. But here, the setup is blissfully efficient, with onsite rentals, storage lockers and even a lift ticket office. Sneak in a spa visit between mountain activity days, lounging by the salt water pool and two hot tubs on the garden patio after your treatments if the weather plays nice. There’s also a fitness center with sauna and steam room – plus a seasonal outdoor tennis court and nine-hole mini golf if you’re still going strong after a day on the trails. Plan a night out at cozy Spencer’s for geniously-prepared Colorado game and seafood, or just fill up on drinks and appies at the ski-in/ski-out Coppertop Bar & Cafe après scene.
Each individually owned and uniquely furnished suite gives you plenty of space to shed and stash all your extra outdoor layers, goggles, gloves – the works. Most residences have a wood-burning fireplace, so put your group’s former Eagle Scout (or someone comparably qualified) in charge of keeping the flames flickering. Open-plan suites are equipped with a compact efficiency kitchen that’s more than up to the task, assuming you keep the task relatively simple. And larger, one- and two-bedroom suites give you up to 1,220 square feet, with full size kitchens so you can attempt to keep your hungrier-than-usual crew happy. Full days in the mountain air call for some seriously hearty fare. The Skywalk Market (full pizzas to-go!) and in-room dining are both on standby if the day on the slopes left you too spent to rustle up dinner.
Plan to spend a few afternoons trying on ridiculous hats, stocking up on SmartWool socks, or considering a ski jacket upgrade before deciding on a dinner spot in charming downtown Breckenridge. Surprise your crew with a snowmobile trip or horse-drawn sleigh ride – or find a spot to go night-tubing under the lights. Summer is equally action-packed, with ATV tours, rafting, hot air balloon rides, or touring the mine that made Breckenridge famous.
Cancellation and prepayment policies vary according to room type.
Cards Accepted at Resort
Minimum check-in age is 18.
Cribs (infant beds) available
Pets not allowed
Extra-person charges may apply and vary depending on hotel policy.
Government-issued photo identification and a credit card or cash deposit are required at check-in for incidental charges.
Special requests are subject to availability upon check-in and may incur additional charges. Special requests cannot be guaranteed.
The following fees and deposits are charged by the property at time of service, check-in, or check-out.
- Breakfast fee: between USD 8.00 and USD 18.00 per person (approximately)
- Self parking fee: USD 15.00 per night
- Rollaway bed fee: USD 18.00 per day
The above list may not be comprehensive. Fees and deposits may not include tax and are subject to change.
Located at the base of the Tenmile Range of the Rocky Mountains and offering over 2,000 acres for skiing. The largest and oldest town in Summit County. Visit Main Street for restaurants that range from fast food to fine dining. There are several shops offering unique merchandise and souvenirs.