|Minimum Stay||3 - 6 nights|
This gorgeous two bedroom plus loft style condo has all new appliances, fixtures and furnishings. If you want lodging for ten, and in a great location, this is the place for you! Loaded with sleeping space, this two bedroom plus loft has a queen-sized bed in the master, twins in the loft, and a Captain’s bunk in the second bedroom. Only a short walk to all the hotspots, this third-floor ski condo has access to an outdoor heated swimming pool and hot tub. This condo has newly purchased furnishings, awesome views of town, a wood burning fireplace, color TV, VCR, stereo, nice bar area, and full kitchen with dishwasher and microwave. Just walk across the street to the slopes, or catch the free town shuttle. The Sundowner goes for a great price and is in a great location!
VisitBreck is the largest vacation home management company in Breckenridge – created from a partnership between Breckenridge’s premier luxury home builder, Pinnacle Mountain Homes, and the oldest and most respected rental management company in the area. With 100+ years of combined experience, we manage over 100 properties with the largest inventory of private home rentals in Breckenridge. In short, we are redefining expectations for vacation home management in Breckenridge.
Place was great for a 5 night stay at Breckenridge for 6 riders, staff was helpful throughout. Less than 10 minute walk uphill to the lift, and about 2 minute walk back from end of 4 O'clock trail. Pt has a queen bed in the main bedroom, a twin and a set of bunks in the other bedroom, two full beds in the loft, and a pullout queen bed in the living room.
The only major complaint is that the apartment can handle easily up to 8 people, but you are only allowed one parking pass. The other cars have to park about a 5 minute drive away and pay daily at a meter.
Place was great, plenty of room. 3 decks!
3rd floor, corner unit. We referred to it as the penthouse all weekend long, plus you have limited neighbors. Walk through kitchen was highly ideal, so no one got trapped in there during meal times. Plenty of sleeping space, do not get excited about the pull out sofabed, it's flimsy, a bar sticks out in the middle of your back and the end curves upright. The Reindeer on the wall added some serious conversations, as well as some "wintery ambiance." Cable was tricky to figure out and if you want to listen to music, you best be bringing a boombox because there is nothing. Oh except the atrac player in the master. No seriously it didn't project to the whole house, and who has any atrac tapes? But the thing was totally retro, cool as hell and not to mention the hipster points...9/10! We had a blast, plenty of cookware and dishes, and W/D, always a plus. Parking was a bitch, they only gave me one parking pass, so I had to go to the office and grab another. Seriously though, 8 people and only 2 cars....not likely. Other than that, place was dope. Hot tub and pool were excellent as well. The only other knock on the place was the loft. Yea the loft is fun and the stairs can provide some comedy if you've had a few (vacationing in a ski lodge, you'll probably have a few) but there is no door or closure. And it is right off the living room, so once you are up there you are still very much apart of what is going on in the kitchen/living room. 4 out of 5 stars, I'd stay there again.
Nice place. As described. Kudos to owner. Enjoyed the property and easy access to town. However, we had a myriad of challenges with the management company that really tainted the overall experience.1.) Checked in on Friday and no WI-FI until they got someone out to fix it on Monday. Not a big deal, but needed WI-FI for work. The managment company was attentive and gave us a credit of $25 per day for 3 days.2.) Rented the place for 8 nights and there was a total of one roll of toilet paper and one extra garbage bag for the place. Once again, not a big deal, but if you rent a place for 8 nights and spend $1400, I think it would be reasonble to have more than one roll of toilet paper (especially for two bathrooms). We checked with the management co. and they said we are responsible for providing our own toilet paper and garbage bags. I agree that this is fine, but at least give us a heads up to bring our own TP and garbage bags or give us enough to at least get the week started. Or better yet, charge me an extra $20 on my rent and keep $15 of it and spend $5 on TP and garbage bags. 3.) Our building exterior was being painted during our stay. The managment co. didn't even know that the building was being painted. When we brought it to their attention, their response was "No way that it is being painted. We would definitely know about it." Therefore,they didn't do anything. Since the painters notified us that we wouldn't have access to our building because they were blocking off the stairway and taping off our front door, I brought it to the managment's attention a second time. The head maintenance guy said he would look into it and get back with me. He never did. On the day that I came back to my place and couldn't get access because my front door was taped off, I went to the management office and they sent someone out to give me access to the property. That night, since all of my windows and doors (except the front one) had plastic in front of them for prep for painting the next day, we couldn't get any air flow through the property and it was burning hot in the place. The following day, the painters asked us to be out of the property by 8:30am so they could block off our front door again to start painting. In all fairness to the management company, they offered to "comp us" one nights stay, which I declined. If you wonder why,I feel it woudn't be fair to them to write about my experience in exchange for $150.
Nice place,but needs better managment company
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