Breckenridge off-season specials

Breckenridge Lodging specials spring

The lifts have stopped running, but it’s still a good time to head to the mountains. Why? It’s actually snowing up there right now. If you’re willing to walk uphill a bit, you’ll get some of the powder that eluded us most of the season.

Exercise and skiing aside, perhaps the best-kept local’s secret is that the off-season, those shoulder months between skiing and mountain biking or hiking or other summer sports, delivers unbeatable deals on lodging and food.

One of the best deals going now is at Breckenridge, where you can get 20 percent off when you stay three or more nights. Whether you’re booking a studio suite at the Village or a deluxe room at One Ski Hill Place, this deal is a steal.

Confused about where to stay? Read on for a quick lodging guide. Then hurry up and book. Whether you hit a late-season storm or are rewarded with stunning sunny days, you’ll see why the off-season is no reason to stay home.

1. One Ski Hill Place

Look no further than One Ski Hill Place, A RockResort located at the base of Peak 8. This elegant ski in/ski out resort is accessible by road or gondola, features contemporary mountain design in hotel rooms so comfortable you truly won’t want to leave.

2. Mountain Thunder Lodge

This elegant ski-in-ride-the-gondola-out offers high-end luxury condominiums. With a state-of-the-art gym, outdoor pools and hot tubs, ski lockers, and more, this is a comfortable, elegant place to stretch out with family and friends.

3. Crystal Peak Lodge

Located at the base of Peak 7, this is another ski-in/ski-out residence with condos ranging from one to four bedrooms. Rugged and refined, this is the spot for those wanting a traditional mountain home experience.

4. The Village at Breckenridge

You will love the independence this location affords—it’s only steps from downtown and the mountains. Better yet, there’s no need for a car when staying at the Village, a sprawling lodging complex featuring regular hotel rooms, condos, and ski-in/ski-out access.

–Rachel Walker