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
The reason to stay here is one word...convenience. This is a true ski in/ski out with on site ski rental, lift right out the door, and kids ski school located on site. Also, reasonable dining options for those nights when you are too tired to make the trek into town(which is close). The hotel is a bit dated but comfortable. Nice indoor/outdoor pool facility for the kids.
Traveller from Panama City, Florida
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
Made sense to come down from the mountains a day early and stay in Denver before our flight out. Comfortable hotel with good dining options. we enjoyed jazz and drinks in the lobby and dinner in the Ships Tavern. Very good breakfast.
Traveller from Honolulu
This 1892 hotel in Denver's financial and cultural district is one block from the 16th Street Mall and five blocks from the …More
From check-in to check-out, the staff was very kind and attentive to us. After the first night, I got a text message from an employee asking if I needed anything and if I was satisfied. I ended up getting a room upgrade with an amazing city view. The rooms were nice but were slightly outdated. The doorways were pretty narrow, but my biggest concern was parking. Self-parking was $37/night and valet was $45/night. This extra cost adds up and were not expected at all. After a day and a half of valet, I decided to self-park. Self-parking can be difficult to maneuver since the garage in VERY narrow, but it's a lot faster than valet. The valet workers were kind but extremely disorganized. They managed to lose my car more than once. Also, the pool and "game-room" were painfully outdated and seemed to be utilized by no one.
On the 16th Street Pedestrian Mall, the Sheraton Denver Downtown Hotel is close to shopping and entertainment, about 3 blocks …More
Upon arrival staff were friendly, ambiance in the lobby was appealing. The only issue we had was related to the drinks we received from the bar. Myself and my guest had one lemon drop martini and one dirty martini both were below our expectations especially the lemon drop which was not appealing to either pallet. I still highly recommend the hotel but next time will have a beer.
Located in Downtown Colorado Springs, this spa hotel is 0.1 mi (0.2 km) from Colorado Springs City Auditorium and 1.8 mi (2.9 …More
we are a family from south texas. way south texas. the drive was long but it was worth it with all the scenery and beautiful environment. i would gladly drive again to enjoy the wonderful and relaxing time at C.M.R.
Traveller from South Texas
With spectacular views of Cheyenne Mountain and the Rockies as well as Colorado Springs, this lodge-style resort is ideally …More