I stayed here in summer of 2006 and had lovely memories. Not so much this time. We were exhausted after two nights of no sleep. With no AC leaving the windows open is a must in summer. But with the chatter, loud music, and cigarette smoke wafting in from a wedding lasting until 11pm- it wasn’t possible to leave the windows open so we were much too warm to sleep well. Not to mention some drunk wedding guest getting loud around 2am. We figured Sunday night would be much better. No such luck. The room next to us seemed to be a large group of young people having a party. We called the front desk at 11:30pm and they did come by and knock on the door promptly. This did nothing to stop the noise however which went well after midnight, ceased briefly, and then a lot of crashing around and door slamming started up in the middle of the night. Not to mention the pot smoke that wafted in both at around 10pm then again before 8am in the morning. We used the hot tub the first night. The hot tubs look pretty old and worn out. The wood deck is substantially worse with what appears to be some rotting areas. There was also some other kind of social function taking place on Sunday night that had people milling around the hot tub area so we didn’t feel like using it in the middle of the party. Housekeeping didn’t come until well into the afternoon the second day. When we called to ask when they would be arriving we were told that they prepare the rooms expecting new guests first. There were empty beer bottles in the hallways and in the parking lot that were not cleaned up for a long time. Someone dumped a bunch of ice on one of the landings and also, inexplicably, dumped an emptied suitcase in the bushes by the stairs. We started to think we were in Cancun over spring break. And we’re too old for that. The views are outstanding, the employees very pleasant, the beds comfortable, and the summer rates are a huge bargain, which is probably what attracted the young party crowd. Still, we were exhausted after our little vacation. We may not return.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Welcome to The Lodge at Breckenridge, your resort for magnificent Rocky Mountain adventures. Located 90 miles west of Denver, 5 minutes from historic downtown Breckenridge and minutes away from some of the best skiing in the Rocky Mountains. Situated on a forested cliff at 10,200 feet, The Lodge overlooks Boreas Pass, Breckenridge Ski Resort and the Ten Mile Range. Here guests will find all the comfort and services they would expect from a world-class ski resort in a charming boutique hotel -- perfect for a romantic getaway, family vacation, mountain wedding or corporate retreat. Winner of The Knot's 2015 Best of Weddings. The on-site Meridian Spa offers massages, spa treatments, and signature packages perfect for pampering yourself. Traverse Restaurant & Bar serves up innovative fresh, local and seasonal culinary creations. Open Thursday - Sunday at 4:oopm. Open seven days a week starting mid-June. Whether you're coming for a vacation, corporate meeting, wedding, special event or ski trip The Lodge at Breckenridge is the perfect place to start planning your Rocky Mountain getaway. ... more less
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- The Lodge And Spa At Breckenridge Hotel Breckenridge