We arrived for our 6 night trip excited to spend time together as a family of 6 to our 2 bedroom unit. On arrival we felt the unit was a little small and felt dirty. The kitchen however was beautiful for a small unit and meet all our needs. Inside our unit we came across a few housekeeping and maintenace issues that the hotel resolved for us in a professional and timely manner. The hotel management took our comments seriously and took care of our needs. Things they could not fix but should be addressed is the furniture in the unit was very beat up. The dresser drawers in the queen room were broken and would not close smoothly. The coffee table had nicks and scuff marks all on it and looked like something from a thrift store. The view from the unit was beautiful and entertaining as we could see the lifts operate and skiers coming down from the mountain. The property shares amenities with one ski hill which is a short gondola ride away which meet our needs and expectations better then crystal peak's amenities did. We didn't mind saving money and staying at crystal peak and being able to use those amenities still. Overall crystal peak is a great property and a better location on peak 7 for for experienced skiers. I prefer peak 7 for the smaller base crowds, more advanced skiing (blue runs only) over any other peak in breckenridge. I do believe the hotel needs to step up their housekeeping and maintenance and the property will be more pleasing to "picky" people like me.
Traveller from NC
Located in the mountains, this Breckenridge hotel offers ski-in/ski-out access within 3 mi (5 km) of Breckenridge Ski Resort …More
Hotel and rooms are dated. Ice machine never worked on our floor.
Should have live music for Apres ski .
Outdoor spa area needs attention.
This hotel is excellent for families.
Hotel shuttle was very convenient.
Traveller from TN
Situated at the base of Breckenridge's Peak Nine, this ski-in/ski-out resort is just 50 yards from the Beaver Run Super …More
The good news is that the hotel has a beautiful lobby. The bad news is that if you are trying to sleep, the noise from the lobby is very loud into the wee hours of the night. I was there on a Saturday night and needed to get up for an early flight. Noise from the lobby area lasted until after midnight and was very loud (I was on 4th floor.)
This 1892 hotel in Denver's financial and cultural district is one block from the 16th Street Mall and five blocks from the …More
"We like breakfast & shuttle service at this hotel"
This was a quick trip to deliver a sculpture - stayed overnight, took shuttle to 16th Street Mall and headed home after hit breakfast. No yogurt or oatmeal this time but good fruit, eggs, tortillas and green chili.
Traveller from colorado
Located just north of Downtown Denver at the crossroads of highways I-25 and I-70, the Quality Inn Central Denver is minutes …More
Great location to walk to shops and restaurants, and close to I-70.
Shower flooded the bathroom, but engineering quickly came up and fixed the problem. Miss the cookies and milk. Either I missed the breakfast or they don't have it anymore- not really sure. Front desk and valet staff super friendly and helpful.
Traveller from Boston, MA
This downtown, nonsmoking boutique hotel is 1 block from 16th Street Mall and a little more than an hour's drive from Summit …More