by Lissa Poirot
As its name implies, the Grand Lodge is located on Breckenridge’s Peak 7 and provides residential-style accommodations for families looking to enjoy the mountain.
Onsite dining can be found at Sevens Restaurant. The lodge features an aprÃ¨s ski bar, private movie theater, full spa and a Family Fun Center with arcade games, pool table, Ping Pong, outdoor shuffleboard a lounge area to relax in and enjoy when not on the slopes. Both an indoor and outdoor pool are available with an outdoor grotto pool with large, landscaped hot tubs for a true resort feel. The lodge’s ski-in-ski-out property provides complimentary Wi-Fi to all guests, and a Library with computers, board games and books is available. Guests may also rent from a large DVD library to watch movies back in their rooms. A shuttle can get guests to the slopes or to town.
Accommodations at the Grand Lodge vary from one- to four-bedroom suites. Each residential-style suite features flat-screen TVs, fireplaces, private balconies, and stainless steel appliances in the fully equipped kitchens. Rooms have washers and dryers in the unit, as well. The suites offer families room to spread out with separate living, dining and bedroom areas.
Our Editor Loves
- Residential suites
- Free Wi-Fi
- Family Fun Center
- Family Room 5+
- Free Breakfast
- Free Wi-Fi
- Game Room
- Onsite Dining
Stayed here for 2 weeks to get in some late season skiing. Booked via interval international and was pleasantly surprised by the hotel. Staff were courteous and helpful. Room was large enough for the 2 of us and very well laid out with just about everything you could need ( except a potato masher ). Great ski in/out facilities. Sevens restaurant is ok. Food was nice but a bit on the pricey side. $50 for 2 starters and coffee seemed a bit much. It’s a shame the gondola into Breckenridge doesn’t operate until later as it’s a bit secluded on the hillside. There is a shuttle if you want to go into town. On the whole a very enjoyable stay.
As you sit in the outside hot tubs and watch the late skiers come down, what's not to like?
In the morning go down to the ski locker room, put you boots on, walk 50', click into you skies and you are gone.