by Hilarey Wojtowicz
Book one of the 208 guestrooms or suites at the DoubleTree by Hilton Breckenridge and enjoy views of the mountains from your cozy accommodations. All rooms feature king or queen beds, with sofa beds upon request, flat-screen TV’s, free Wi-Fi, coffee makers, mini-fridges and deluxe bathroom amenities. Cribs are available upon request, too. Some accommodations are pet-friendly, as well, for an additional $50 per night.
Enjoy onsite fun at the hotel’s pool, or rent bikes, skis or snowboards for an outdoor adventure. Children will also love meeting Ripper Roo, the hotel’s mascot. A complimentary shuttle service will take families offsite to local attractions and activities, too.
Families can dine onsite at the 9600 Kitchen, which is open for breakfast and dinner daily, from 6:30 to 10:30 a.m. and from 3 to 10 p.m.
Check-in is at 4 p.m. and always features warm, chocolate chip cookies. Check-out is at 11 a.m.
Our Editor Loves
- Cookies at check-in
- Complimentary shuttle service
- Onsite bike, ski and snowboard rentals
- Family Room 5+
- Free Wi-Fi
- Onsite Dining
Location to the slopes and the town was perfect. Nice hotel, good hot tubs, hot cookies every time I walked in the front door. Every person that I talked to in the hotel was helpful and friendly. Good price value.
by Terri B
We stayed at the Doubletree last week for a few days of a winter trip. The people here were terrific from the valet, who worked his tail off to the concierge who knew his stuff.
One problem with this property is that it’s obviously had additions constructed over time. There are two ‘towers’. But they only connect with the lobby via a LONG walk to a single elevator (elevators are no where near checkin desk), THEN an elevator ride, to a SECOND LONG walk to a new elevator bank and a SECOND (single) ELEVATOR to your room destination.
This 15 min time investment to get to your room from the only hotel entrance is a big problem- to skiers returning from the runs nearby, dragged down by gear and boots; and to families with kids in tow.
The second issue I had was that the room decor was old and dark. LED ceiling lights cast a blue light. It felt more hospital than winter wonderland. Lamps were 60W at best. Opening the curtains didn’t help much because we our window view was a wall. A shame, given the picturesque Peak 7 location we’d chosen deliberately. Never saw a mountain, a skier or a patch of snow out our window.