We had an extremely spacious 2 bedroom condo with a loft. It had a gorgeous back deck and lovely view. There was also public transportation that took you right into town. The check-in staff was extremely friendly, and our room was ready right away. The only negative was that the condo furnishings and unit were a bit outdated (i.e. carpet in the bathroom), and the bed was uncomfortable. I still give it a very good rating because of location, size of the unit, and the ease of access.
Traveller from New Castle, CO
Located near the slopes, this Keystone condominium resort is within 1 mi (2 km) of Keystone Conference Center and Keystone …More
This hotel is in a very convenient location to skiing. Rooms are nice, staff was friendly but the parking is horrible. There is very limited self parking for a hotel and valet isn't very quick or convenient. The elevators are very slow. Plan to wait a while to get to or from your room. It was a bit loud in the morning. The breakfast buffet was okay but there were no breakfast meats of any type. I would stay here again but for the cost, I'm not overly impressed. We stayed two night and in addition to the nightly cost, we paid another $47 in resort fees..... for what I have no idea. Hot tubs were full all of the time, you have to walk out to the street around hills of snow to get to the shuttle and the parking is a mess. This is in no way a resort that should charge a resort fee.
Traveller from Aurora, CO
Located at the Keystone Ski Resort between Lakeside and River Run Village, this hotel is 300 yards from the Mountain House …More
Keystone is the closest resort to Denver, offering three mountains for skiers, all connected by a series of ski lifts and gondolas. Restaurants, bars, and shops can all be found in the resort’s three distinct villages. Golfing, mountain biking, and fly fishing are popular summer activities here.