by Hilarey Wojtowicz
The Grand Timber Lodge in Breckenridge offers families 157 guestrooms and suites with king and queen beds, full kitchens, flat-screen TVs, DVD players, free Wi-Fi, balconies and fireplaces. Accommodations range from studios to condominiums, the largest of which can sleep up to 10 guests.
Onsite fun can be had on the slopes of the Breckenridge Ski Resort, with ski-in/out access, or in the pools, at the playground or via the arcade. There are two indoor/outdoor pools that are heated, indoor and outdoor hot tubs, a separate pool for kids and a water play area for little ones. The children’s playground is located near the larger pool and hot tub area and offers a jungle gym and slides, plus sprinklers during the summer months. The arcade is open daily at 8 a.m. and offers video games and air hockey. Additionally, the Family Fun Center offers guests bumper pool, poker tables, checker and chess tables, Wii games and arts and crafts.
For family meals, visit the Lodgepole Bar and Grill, which serves a variety of American cuisine for lunch and dinner. Families can also cook their own meals on the grills that are provided by the lodge or in their rooms, with the convenience of a full kitchen.
Additional amenities and perks at this property include laundry facilities, a fitness center, DVD rentals and a complimentary shuttle service to local attractions.
Our Editor Loves
- Plethora of activities for kids
- Ski-in/out access
- Spacious accommodations
- Family Room 5+
- Free Wi-Fi
- Game Room
- Kids' Pool
- Onsite Dining
The desk staff was very unorganized and gave us the wrong room. I am a member at Grand Timber and the bonus time availability is almost impossible to get. This is a benefit we were promised to receive when we bought our timeshare.
This is a nice resort however, upon entering the room the smell of rotten meat lingered in the kitchen from an unclean sink and garbage disposal. Had to leave the room until maintenance took care of it. .... ALSO, I feel the $20 per day exchange fee very is excessive. I was told it is a relatively new fee charges to certain guest to pay for the free shuttle and amenities. if that's the case your free shuttle is not free and what resort charges its guest to pay for use of its pool which is an amenity ? In all honesty and I'm sure you will have to agree, this is a junk fee charged by your resorts. I have exchanged all over the world for the past 20yrs and yours is the only properties I have encountered this exorbitant fee. I have stayed at your properties many times yrs past and never encountered this expensive fee until this year. needless to say I will not be back because of it and I will not recommend your property to fellow owners because of it. Future guest beware. Please consider removing this fee. $160 is a VERY expensive junk fee charged to your card at checkout.