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Beaver Run Resort & Conference Center

3.5 out of 5.0

Recent guest reviews

We stayed here in the off-season, so we knew that we wouldn't have access to all of the restaurants, etc. We were originally given a room that overlooked the parking lot, and I called the front desk to request a different room. The staff was friendly, even after we requested a room with a mountain view, and then we left our room key at the hot tub and I had to go down there in my towel to get another key! The indoor/outdoor pool was closed, but we had access to probably 6-7 hot tubs, and the pool at building 4 was open and heated. Our 9 year-old enjoyed the free mini golf and arcade. The only complaint is that our room didn't have a working thermostat, and it got very warm. We stayed in a Colorado Suite, and the room was comfortable for 3 people, other than the thermostat issue. We just opened our balcony door since we were on the third floor.

Very nice hotel and convenient for skiing and snowboarding. The staff was great and they let us check in early when we arrived since our rooms were ready. The only thing I didn’t like is that it’s a huge complex and it felt like I was constantly walking really far to get anywhere.

Beaver Run is a very well situated hotel with respect to lift access, with easy walk-out access to the Beaver Run chair, which seems to be less crowded than the lifts in the other base areas. The staff is quite friendly and the restaurants are pleasant and, for a lift-side hotel, fairly reasonable. The principal problem with Beaver Run is its layout; I do not believe I have ever been in a more vertical hotel. To get from my room to the lobby or the lifts I had to take three different (and fairly slow) elevators, connected by horizontal hikes, one of which was at least 50 yards. There are of course flights of stairs, but when you are a flatlander dealing with the 9700 ft. altitude stairs are not much of an option, at least going up, and going down long stairs in ski boots is neither pleasant nor very safe. In addition, the last elevator to my room was broken at some point in the day on at least 50% of the days I was there. Fortunately I was only on the 3d floor, so I could make it up at the price of much huffing, puffing and pulls at my can of compressed oxygen (they sell these everywhere in Breck, and they really help). If I had been on the 6th floor I would have been pretty much trapped, and furious.

Beaver Run is a massive complex of four buildings at the base of Peak Nine at Breckenridge at almost 10,000 feet. Though it claims to be a non-smoking facility and that smokers will be fined if caught, my young, male neighbors on the ground floor next to me were smoking weed in their room a few times a day during my four night stay. Didn't infiltrate my room, but I hated the stench in the hallway, and staff didn't bat an eye when I mentioned cigarette smoke I noticed upon checking into my room. One day I heard a guest in the hallway remark to his wife, "Well, I guess it's legal in Colorado now." 200 percent markup on products sold at the market. After buying Advil I noticed the expiration date was January 2018. Boy, I bought that bottle just in time! Overall a nice place, and good value for being ski in and out, but I wouldn't stay there again.

You can pretty much stay on site the whole time with restaurant choices, a small but helpful workout room, and hot tubs. Ski locker is right by the lift so the location is easy. A slight hassle to take the shuttle into town but I mostly stayed on site.

Our room was 2 doors away from the ski lockers but still very quiet. It was so convenient. We'd walk out of the locker room and our feet were practically on Peak 9 already. Staff was super friendly and helpful. It's also just a short walk from downtown Main St. They offer a shuttle but it was close enough to walk. Would never consider staying anywhere else when traveling to Breckenridge!

I stayed here 20 years ago & it felt old then, and now it seems like a 70's movie set

We spent 3 nights and were very comfortable in the two bedroom, two bathroom unit. Plenty of space for two adults and two teenagers. The view off the balcony was glorious. We would stay here again.

We were traveling through the area on our way to Grand Junction for a wedding and decided to spend the night in Breckinridge. After deciding to stay at Beaver Run we realized we made a mistake and should have planned better to be able to stay here more than one night. The facility is wonderful and the staff fantastic! We will try to return soon as this was the most enjoyable resort we have been to.

Great location with shuttles that pick up and drop off in town. Great common areas, multiple pools and hot tubs. Studio was good for two or three might be tight with any more. Overall wonderful property

Room was clean for the most part, but the coffee maker still had coffee in it from the previous tenant! That just mad me concerned about the cleanliness about the rest of the room. Hotel staff was very friendly and nice! Building set up was pretty confusing though.

Fue un tiempo no pase molestia de que se llevarán mi equipaje del cuarto y no me dejaban dormir los que usaban la alberca y gente tomando y en nuestro cuarto por el calor que hacía abrimos las ventanas por qué no hay aire acondicionado en ninguna unidad y también nunca nos fue posible usar red ibalambrica

The bed sucked too hard. Pillows sucked. Room smelled musty. Vending machine took our money we ask a hotel employee to help us but she said she would find us help. We sat for 20 minutes waiting for her never came back!

We stayed in a one bedroom suite. The room was very dated and the housekeeping was very poor. We had to call 3 different days for additional towels. They would come around at 9am to clean and if you had the DND sign out you had to go find them later in the day. We went during Spring Break and the place was completely overcrowded by 9:30am every day. We paid good money through for this package and this resort. You got no benefits toward the slopes or lifts by staying at this resort. They would have bus loads of Spring Breakers and locals in every morning and they had the same rights to lifts as the people staying at the resort. $170ish per day for lift tickets and 45 minute waits all day. Spa was terrible. I ordered a 90min Swedish massage. The lady at the front desk gave me no written confirmation. Next day I show up and 60mins into the massage I painfully realize she had signed me up for a deep tissue (which was $50 more than the Swedish). Average deep tissue at that. My wife was with me when I signed up for it in person, so I know I told her correctly. Restaurants and bars are nice. Concierges were excellent. Everything was overpriced.

Peak 9, Courtest Shuttle, Multiple Jacuzzi, Hot Sauna, Dry Sauna, Unique Indoor Outdoor Swimming Pools.. Was perfect home in Breck!

Great ski in ski out resort! So convenient to lifts, and having the ski lockers, ski school,and equipment rental on site was wonderful! I highly recommend it for anyone looking to ski and enjoy the town of Breckenridge! My only complaint were that the beds were not very comfortable, but that wouldn't prevent me from coming back to Beaver Run!!

Nice hotel but pull out couch was terrible.the over all condition of the hotel was very nice and we enjoyed our stay. Next time we would Get a full kitchen if available.

Room was really nice with a kitchen. Typical high price resort food and drinks like anywhere else. The free shuttle service for the most part worked out great however once and a while there was a long wait (20 min).

Stayed in 21180 where we inhaled exhaust in our room from idling buses and vans all night. Very old, noisy, dirty rooms and hallways. Could hear the men peeing in toilet above us all night. Ticket lines even at the "will call" window took 30 minutes. Parking unbearable and resulted in massive traffic even if you had pre- arranged parking. Massive carbon imprint with lack of recycling and extreme use of plastic everywhere from room service to cafeterias.

First time skiers. Loved the 2 bedroom. Had 6 family member that fit great. Allowed for folks to come and go as they please. Lit fireplace most nights. Walk to town. Ski lockers couldn't fit all our stuff so carried some to rooms. Snowed 3ft. Was like a Christmas card!

620 Village Rd Breckenridge CO

Hotel highlights

  • Free WiFi in rooms and public areas
  • Onsite dining
  • Spa
  • Ski-in/ski-out access

Located in Peak 9, Beaver Run Resort & Conference Center is a leisurely stroll from sights such as Riverwalk Center and Barney Ford House Museum. This 535-room, 3.5-star resort has ski-in/ski-out access, a full-service spa, and a restaurant. It's in the mountains and also close to Breckenridge Ski Resort and Edwin Carter Museum.


Dining

In addition to a meal at the onsite restaurant, you can also enjoy a drink at the bar/lounge. Savor a meal from the privacy of your room with room service, or get a pick-me-up at the coffee shop/café. Start your day off with breakfast, available for a fee.


Rooms

Beaver Run Resort & Conference Center's 535 rooms provide iPod docks, microwaves, and coffee makers. Flat-screen TVs come with cable channels, and guests can stay connected with free WiFi. Bathrooms have hair dryers and free toiletries. Free newspapers, free local calls, and ironing boards are also available.


Property features

Guests of Beaver Run Resort & Conference Center have access to ski-in/ski-out access, a full-service spa, and an indoor pool. If you drive, self parking is USD 15.00 per night, and there's also a free area shuttle. The front desk has multilingual staff on hand 24/7 to help with dry cleaning/laundry, concierge services, and luggage storage. Other amenities at this ski resort include an outdoor pool, a fitness center, and a spa tub.

Room options

Suite, 1 Bedroom

Queen 1 | Sleeps 4

Studio, One Queen and One Sofa Bed

Queen 1 | Sleeps 4

Colorado Suite

Queen 1 | Sleeps 4

Suite, 2 Bedrooms, 2 Bathrooms

Queen 3 | Sleeps 7

Guest reviews for Beaver Run Resort & Conference Center

Everyone (28) Couples (42) Business (3) Family (74) Friends (19) Other (6)
5

enjoyable

Everyone

We stayed here in the off-season, so we knew that we wouldn't have access to all of the restaurants, etc. We were originally given a room that overlooked the parking lot, and I called the front desk to request a different room. The staff was friendly, even after we requested a room with a mountain view, and then we left our room key at the hot tub and I had to go down there in my towel to get another key! The indoor/outdoor pool was closed, but we had access to probably 6-7 hot tubs, and the pool at building 4 was open and heated. Our 9 year-old enjoyed the free mini golf and arcade. The only complaint is that our room didn't have a working thermostat, and it got very warm. We stayed in a Colorado Suite, and the room was comfortable for 3 people, other than the thermostat issue. We just opened our balcony door since we were on the third floor.

By , from Louisiana on May 21, 2018

4
Everyone

Very nice hotel and convenient for skiing and snowboarding. The staff was great and they let us check in early when we arrived since our rooms were ready. The only thing I didn’t like is that it’s a huge complex and it felt like I was constantly walking really far to get anywhere.

By on Apr 4, 2018

Review comment responded on Apr 5, 2018

Dear Traveler, It brings me a lot of pride and joy to hear that you're an avid fan of our resort. We appreciate your business, your loyalty and your trust. We would like to apologize for the resort being quite vast. We hope to welcome you to the resort soon. Thank you again and take care! Brian V. (Guest Relations Manager).

4

nice but with some drawbacks

Everyone

Beaver Run is a very well situated hotel with respect to lift access, with easy walk-out access to the Beaver Run chair, which seems to be less crowded than the lifts in the other base areas. The staff is quite friendly and the restaurants are pleasant and, for a lift-side hotel, fairly reasonable. The principal problem with Beaver Run is its layout; I do not believe I have ever been in a more vertical hotel. To get from my room to the lobby or the lifts I had to take three different (and fairly slow) elevators, connected by horizontal hikes, one of which was at least 50 yards. There are of course flights of stairs, but when you are a flatlander dealing with the 9700 ft. altitude stairs are not much of an option, at least going up, and going down long stairs in ski boots is neither pleasant nor very safe. In addition, the last elevator to my room was broken at some point in the day on at least 50% of the days I was there. Fortunately I was only on the 3d floor, so I could make it up at the price of much huffing, puffing and pulls at my can of compressed oxygen (they sell these everywhere in Breck, and they really help). If I had been on the 6th floor I would have been pretty much trapped, and furious.

By , from Western New York on Feb 7, 2018

Review comment responded on Feb 9, 2018

Dear Guest, Thank you for taking the time to give us your feedback about your stay at our resort. I'm glad that you found our location convenient. I am sorry to hear that you weren't satisfied with the competence of our elevators as well as our resort layout. This critical feedback and suggestions will be used in training our staff. Thank you and look forward to seeing you soon. Brian V. (Guest Relations Manager).

3

enormous conference center slope side

Families

Beaver Run is a massive complex of four buildings at the base of Peak Nine at Breckenridge at almost 10,000 feet. Though it claims to be a non-smoking facility and that smokers will be fined if caught, my young, male neighbors on the ground floor next to me were smoking weed in their room a few times a day during my four night stay. Didn't infiltrate my room, but I hated the stench in the hallway, and staff didn't bat an eye when I mentioned cigarette smoke I noticed upon checking into my room. One day I heard a guest in the hallway remark to his wife, "Well, I guess it's legal in Colorado now." 200 percent markup on products sold at the market. After buying Advil I noticed the expiration date was January 2018. Boy, I bought that bottle just in time! Overall a nice place, and good value for being ski in and out, but I wouldn't stay there again.

By , from Redwood City, CA on Jan 31, 2018

Review comment responded on Feb 3, 2018

Dear Traveler, Thank you for your positive comments and I am pleased that you had a good stay overall. However, I apologize for the inconveniences that you experienced during your stay. I would like to know more and do further investigation concerning that matter. Please let me know and we hope to see you again soon! Thank you again dear guest. Brian V. (Guest Relations Manager)

4

ski in ski out resort -

Everyone

You can pretty much stay on site the whole time with restaurant choices, a small but helpful workout room, and hot tubs. Ski locker is right by the lift so the location is easy. A slight hassle to take the shuttle into town but I mostly stayed on site.

By on Dec 22, 2017

Review comment responded on Dec 22, 2017

Dear Bob, Thank you for your positive comments. I am so glad to hear that you enjoyed your stay with us! I hope your next stay is just around the corner. Thank you again dear guest and take care! Brian V. (Guest Relations Manager).

5

true skin in, ski out

Everyone

Our room was 2 doors away from the ski lockers but still very quiet. It was so convenient. We'd walk out of the locker room and our feet were practically on Peak 9 already. Staff was super friendly and helpful. It's also just a short walk from downtown Main St. They offer a shuttle but it was close enough to walk. Would never consider staying anywhere else when traveling to Breckenridge!

By , from Fort Lauderdale, FL on Dec 6, 2017

Review comment responded on Dec 8, 2017

Dear Traveler, Wow! What a wonderful review, we truly appreciate your business and your trust in us. I am very happy to hear that our staff and service met your needs and expectations. We look forward to welcoming you back to the resort in the near future. Thank you again dear traveler. Brian V. (Guest Relations Manager).

2

old & outdated

Everyone

I stayed here 20 years ago & it felt old then, and now it seems like a 70's movie set

By on Nov 13, 2017

Review comment responded on Nov 18, 2017

Dear Traveler, Thank you for taking the time to write a review. We are thrilled to hear you enjoyed our location. However, we have sent your feedback to the personnel concerned. I apologize for this bad experience. This is very disappointing to hear, but we hope you give us another chance to make it up to you. Thank you again traveler. Brian V. (Guest Relations Manager).

4

beautiful views

Everyone

We spent 3 nights and were very comfortable in the two bedroom, two bathroom unit. Plenty of space for two adults and two teenagers. The view off the balcony was glorious. We would stay here again.

By , from minneapolis on Oct 4, 2017

Review comment responded on Oct 6, 2017

Dear Julie, Thank you for taking the time to write a review. We are thrilled to hear you enjoyed your stay as well as the spacious two bedroom suite. We hope to welcome you back again soon. Thank you again traveler. Brian V. (Guest Relations Manager).

5

colorado wedding trip

Everyone

We were traveling through the area on our way to Grand Junction for a wedding and decided to spend the night in Breckinridge. After deciding to stay at Beaver Run we realized we made a mistake and should have planned better to be able to stay here more than one night. The facility is wonderful and the staff fantastic! We will try to return soon as this was the most enjoyable resort we have been to.

By , from Fort Atkinson, Wi on Sep 28, 2017

Review comment responded on Sep 30, 2017

Dear Bill, Thank you taking the time to write a review. We are thrilled to hear you enjoyed your stay. I hope your next stay is just around the corner with a longer stay. We look forward to welcoming you back to the resort in the near future. Thank you again dear guest. Brian V. (Guest Relations Manager)

4

family friendly

Everyone

Great location with shuttles that pick up and drop off in town. Great common areas, multiple pools and hot tubs. Studio was good for two or three might be tight with any more. Overall wonderful property

By on Sep 6, 2017

Review comment responded on Sep 13, 2017

Dear Guest, We appreciate you taking the time to provide us with such detailed feedback about your stay. Our location is definitely one of the things we are very proud of about our resort. We are also elated to hear you enjoyed our studios. Please visit us again soon. Thank you again. Brian V. (Guest Relations Manager).