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Excellent location to Center of Copper. Condo was well equipped and comfortable. No Air Conditioning available, so on really warm summer days, even with cool evenings it takes a while to cool the room down. Parking was excellent.

My girlfriend and I stayed at the Copper Mountain Resort over the last 2 days and while we enjoyed our overall stay, we were very disappointed and rustrated by two things. Firstly, the confirmation emails gave us the address of 509 Copper Rd. Copper Mountain, CO 80043 which as not where our room or the front desk was ocated. The phone number provided was only in ervice until 7pm, not late enough for our vacation pan. We were driving around and trying to get in > > the 509 Copper Rd. building for some time, when we > > finally got into the building there was no one there > > and we luckily found a phone and were able to > > contact the main desk and the gentlemen directed us > > to the check-in building. This was relatively > > aggravating and unnecessary had some simple > > instructions and the correct address been given to > > us. > > > > Secondly, and more importantly, the pictures shown > > on your website show rooms having a kitchen. This > > was very important to us and we brought quite a bit > > of food. We found out upon arrival (we were never > > informed throughout the checkout process that our > > room did not have a kitchen) that our room not only > > did not have a kitchen, it did not even have a > > refrigerator. We brought things like cheese, eggs, > > and milk, much of which we could not eat in one > > night and thus was completely wasted.

My girlfriend and I had a nice Valentine's Day up in Copper Mountain. We spent the night near some wonderful restaurants that are within walking distance. Be sure to have a full wallet when you go. It would have been nice to have use of the under-hotel garage, a microwave, or a DVD player in the room. Best location to be near the slopes

For a one night stay in Copper Mt., this was fine. I did appreciate the free pass into the athletic club and spa. Late at night beeping sounds (probably from a low battery in a fire alarm) from the empty room next store. I called the office and maintenance responded quickly.

Not far from the tubing, but loud until 10:00 p.m. It seem more little a dorm room than a hotel.

I have stayed at Copper Mountain Resorts every year for the past 20 years and this unit was in the worst shape I've ever seen. I was very disappointed. The sofa sleeper had ripped seat cushions with the foam bulging out of the sides and we could not get it to fold away during the day. We notified the front desk of several issues during our stay and it took 3 hrs to get the DVD player delivered, several attempts to get the fireplace working, the room phone never did get repaired and the coffee never did get replenished. At midnight (of our last night), the CO2 alarm went off and it took quite a while to reach the front desk since our room phone didn't work and I had to call in from my cell phone. They sent Security to the room and he removed the battery and considered it "fixed."

The room we stayed in was right at the bottom of the ski lift. The location was great. The rooms were very small and pet freindly so if you have alergies to pets you may suffer. There was no refridgerator or anything to cook in so you are stuck going out to eat for every meal.

We were just looking for something close to Copper Mountain ski resort and you can't get much closer than this! The room was small but suited our purpose and being within walking distance of the lifts makes for an easy ski day.

Close to the lifts and easy access to restaurants, but the room was barely large enough to walk around the king size bed for the price we paid.

The Village of Cooper Mountain is just that, a village. So when you book your hotel room you really don't know which lodge you will be staying at. Our location had no front desk and basically few services. The room was worn, it was over the garage so we heard the electric garage door every time it opened during the night. The bathroom was very small. Maid service was not provided on a daily basis. The location was great for ski in and ski out. There was great shuttle service in to the village and the location for skiing is excellent. Parking was a few minute walk and not connected to the hotel. One evening it was filled and difficult to find a spot.

Good area near slopes but room was small and water in shower was uneven. Overall great location but the price for the room was a bit too much.

We were told we would have a sitting area, couch and fireplace. All we go was a room with a bed.

Copper Rd Copper Mountain CO

Hotel highlights

  • Walking distance to Copper Mountain Ski Resort
  • Free WiFi in rooms and public areas
  • Onsite dining
  • Outdoor pool

Located in Copper Mountain Village within a 5-minute walk of Copper Mountain Ski Resort, Passage Point at Center Village by Copper Mountain Lodging is within a 15-minute stroll of Woodward at Copper. This hotel welcomes guests with conveniences like an outdoor pool, free in-room WiFi, and a fitness center.


Dining

The onsite restaurant is perfect for a quick bite to eat.


Rooms

All accommodations feature balconies and afford space to spread out with sitting areas. Guests can expect free WiFi and TVs with DVD players. Fireplaces, microwaves, and coffee makers are other standard amenities. Limited housekeeping is available.


Property features

At Passage Point at Center Village by Copper Mountain Lodging, guests enjoy features like an outdoor pool, a fitness center, and a spa tub. Transportation is made easy with a free ski shuttle. This ski hotel also has free WiFi in public areas.

Room options

Condo, 1 Bedroom

1 Queen Bed and 1 Double Sofa Bed | Sleeps 4

Condo, 2 Bedrooms

2 Queen Beds and 1 Double Sofa Bed | Sleeps 6

Guest reviews for Passage Point at Center Village by Copper Mountain Lodging

Everyone (1) Couples (5) Family (5) Friends (1)
4
Everyone

Excellent location to Center of Copper. Condo was well equipped and comfortable. No Air Conditioning available, so on really warm summer days, even with cool evenings it takes a while to cool the room down. Parking was excellent.

By on Sep 4, 2017

3

frustrating but cozy stay

Couples

My girlfriend and I stayed at the Copper Mountain Resort over the last 2 days and while we enjoyed our overall stay, we were very disappointed and rustrated by two things. Firstly, the confirmation emails gave us the address of 509 Copper Rd. Copper Mountain, CO 80043 which as not where our room or the front desk was ocated. The phone number provided was only in ervice until 7pm, not late enough for our vacation pan. We were driving around and trying to get in > > the 509 Copper Rd. building for some time, when we > > finally got into the building there was no one there > > and we luckily found a phone and were able to > > contact the main desk and the gentlemen directed us > > to the check-in building. This was relatively > > aggravating and unnecessary had some simple > > instructions and the correct address been given to > > us. > > > > Secondly, and more importantly, the pictures shown > > on your website show rooms having a kitchen. This > > was very important to us and we brought quite a bit > > of food. We found out upon arrival (we were never > > informed throughout the checkout process that our > > room did not have a kitchen) that our room not only > > did not have a kitchen, it did not even have a > > refrigerator. We brought things like cheese, eggs, > > and milk, much of which we could not eat in one > > night and thus was completely wasted.

By on Apr 3, 2013

3

nice for a romantic getaway

Couples

My girlfriend and I had a nice Valentine's Day up in Copper Mountain. We spent the night near some wonderful restaurants that are within walking distance. Be sure to have a full wallet when you go. It would have been nice to have use of the under-hotel garage, a microwave, or a DVD player in the room. Best location to be near the slopes

By on Feb 16, 2013

4

just what we wanted

Couples

For a one night stay in Copper Mt., this was fine. I did appreciate the free pass into the athletic club and spa. Late at night beeping sounds (probably from a low battery in a fire alarm) from the empty room next store. I called the office and maintenance responded quickly.

By on Jan 16, 2013

2

copper

Family

Not far from the tubing, but loud until 10:00 p.m. It seem more little a dorm room than a hotel.

By on Jan 1, 2011

1

very disappointing

Family

I have stayed at Copper Mountain Resorts every year for the past 20 years and this unit was in the worst shape I've ever seen. I was very disappointed. The sofa sleeper had ripped seat cushions with the foam bulging out of the sides and we could not get it to fold away during the day. We notified the front desk of several issues during our stay and it took 3 hrs to get the DVD player delivered, several attempts to get the fireplace working, the room phone never did get repaired and the coffee never did get replenished. At midnight (of our last night), the CO2 alarm went off and it took quite a while to reach the front desk since our room phone didn't work and I had to call in from my cell phone. They sent Security to the room and he removed the battery and considered it "fixed."

By on Apr 1, 2010

2

great location

Family

The room we stayed in was right at the bottom of the ski lift. The location was great. The rooms were very small and pet freindly so if you have alergies to pets you may suffer. There was no refridgerator or anything to cook in so you are stuck going out to eat for every meal.

By on Mar 27, 2010

3

great location!

Couples

We were just looking for something close to Copper Mountain ski resort and you can't get much closer than this! The room was small but suited our purpose and being within walking distance of the lifts makes for an easy ski day.

By on Mar 25, 2010

2

like a dorm room

Couples

Close to the lifts and easy access to restaurants, but the room was barely large enough to walk around the king size bed for the price we paid.

By on Mar 18, 2010

2

basic no frills and low on emenities

Family

The Village of Cooper Mountain is just that, a village. So when you book your hotel room you really don't know which lodge you will be staying at. Our location had no front desk and basically few services. The room was worn, it was over the garage so we heard the electric garage door every time it opened during the night. The bathroom was very small. Maid service was not provided on a daily basis. The location was great for ski in and ski out. There was great shuttle service in to the village and the location for skiing is excellent. Parking was a few minute walk and not connected to the hotel. One evening it was filled and difficult to find a spot.

By on Mar 16, 2010

Passage Point at Center Village by Copper Mountain Lodging

509 Copper Rd, Copper Mountain, CO 80443
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