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Breckenridge’s Best Boutique Stays

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Breckenridge, Colorado is a mesmerizing spot. Initially formed to house the miners of the gold rush, today the small Summit County town is a magnet for fitness enthusiasts. Hike, bike, and fish in summer or ski in winter, it’s easy to see why Breckenridge is a year-round holiday destination. Here are Breckenridge’s best boutique stays.

BlueSky Breckenridge

BlueSky Breckenridge differs from other Breckenridge hotels. The rooms are more than just a place to sleep; each living space comes with a well-equipped kitchen, dining area to enjoy family meals together, private bathroom, and a patio or balcony. You can ski straight out of the apartment on to the slopes, no gondola required! You can also use the shuttle bus service to tackle any of the alternative 187 trails.

Wayside Inn

For a rustic and comfortable stay in Breckenridge, Wayside Inn is the boutique hotel for you. One of the main draws of this property is the homely fireplace, perfect for warming up after a session on the slopes! The views don’t hurt either. Come summer, the natural beauty of nearby Copper Mountain surrounds the hotel and during winter, guests can view the snow-powdered peaks. Complimentary breakfast is available from Thanksgiving through Easter, and the hot tub is available all year round.

Beaver Run Resort & Conference Center

With several swimming pools, six hot tubs, a tennis court, and a fitness suite, you can see why Beaver Run Resort & Conference Center is a hit with sports fans. The rooms come equipped with climate control. Each room also offers designer toiletries, a hair dryer, iron with board, and gourmet coffee to help kick-start the day. One of the main benefits of this hotel is that it sits at the base of Peak Nine, the second highest mountain of the linear Tenmile Range, a prime spot!

The Lodge at Breckenridge

The rooms at The Lodge at Breckenridge mirror their surroundings. With carved wooden bedposts and stone coloured accents throughout, the décor adds to the holiday in the hills experience. Each room offers a flat-screen TV, Wi-Fi, and crib (on request). One of the highlights of your stay will be breathing in the fresh air and soaking up the 360 degrees views of Boreas Pass, Breckenridge Ski Resort, and the Ten Mile Range from the wraparound balcony!

Main Street Station

Options for Main Street Station guests include booking one of the 51 hotel rooms or renting a condo, which would be ideal for families looking for an easy vacation. The resort has a gym, steam room, heated indoor and outdoor pools, as well as a cosy fire in the Pioneer Club and a 16-seat movie theater. This hotel lies on historic Main Street, which has over 100 shops, restaurants, and attractions. For those looking to spend their leisure time on the slopes, Main Street Station arranges transportation and offers ski equipment storage.

Breckenridge's Best Boutique Stays Brian via Flickr

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This article is part of a series for Hipmunk.com. Hipmunk.com is low-cost and budget travel service, which I am thrilled to write for and hope that you find this lowdown useful. I certainly am salivating over the luxury!

Where have you stayed in Breckenridge, Colorado?

Gemma and Craig are full-time workers with a life-long travel habit. Flirting with 30 and let loose on the world! Gemma writes, Craig looks good in the photos.

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