|Space||693 sq. ft.|
|Minimum Stay||2 nights|
New Construction in 2009, Platinum Rated which is Copper's highest accommodation rating! This condo is perfect for a fun family getaway or a great time with friends. Only the best amenities for the perfect stay; In Floor Radiant Heat, 3-sided Gas Fireplace, fully Furnished Kitchen, 2 Flat Screen TVs, DVD player, Washer & Dryer, Covered Patio with Seating & Gas Grill, 9-Foot Ceilings, and Ski & Snowboard Closet.
There is also a community Hot Tub & Heated Changing area just below condo after a long day of fun. 2 Parking Spaces are provided so you can pull right up to the condo after a long drive.
The condo is located right in the Village of Copper just a short walk to the Kokomo & High Point Ski Lifts, the School House Ski School, Restaurant, Bar, and Coffee Shop. If you crave more excitement just walk toward the center of the village for more Bars, Restaurants, Shops, & Fun.
I am person who loves to travel, specifically snowboarding or surfing. Having had the opportunity to snowboard in Colorado and loving the terrain and the village setup I bought a place. I want to share this great community with people looking for a great time. (Took my picture hiking, with Copper Village in the background.)
Christian Dreyer purchased this condo in 2009
I love the outdoors and but I like having all the creature comforts close by. You can spend all day outside; skiing, snowboarding, hiking, rafting, etc. Then you have hot tub, restaurants, shops, bars, nightlife, etc. All of it right at your fingertips as you walk out the front door.
If you have children this is the place to be. With the ski school and slopes across the street you can go ski yourself or drop them off, sit at the bar/restaurant, or go back to the condo and relax.
The unit was clean and the location was great - just a very short walk to the Union Creek lift, and you could ski almost all the way in, just had to cross the parking lot. The kitchen could have been a little more furnished, but we just ran the dishes every night so we could have bowls and cups for the next day. We had to get toilet paper and we ran out of trash bags. I'm sure we could have called and had that stuff brought, but we didn't. The Owner was very responsive and quickly replaced the hair dryer when we informed him the one in the unit was not working. The sofa bed was probably the most comfortable I have ever slept on and there were plenty of blankets and pillows. Overall, the unit was more than adequate and comfortable, but I wouldn't call it exceptionally furnished.
We really enjoyed our stay here with our two kids. It fit us perfectly! It was so convenient to the Ski school and all the green runs. We also really enjoyed the fireplace to warm up after a cold day on the mountain. Overall, a great place to stay!
The unit is not very old but has not been taken care of very well. It is in need of a good deep cleaning. The comforter on the bed needs to be thrown away and replaced. The left over salt/pepper, paper products in the cabinet needs to be cleaned and organized and/or just thrown away.
There is no ice maker or trays to even make ice.
Location was great and everything in the unit worked fine. We enjoyed our stay and apartment was in good condition not like described by one of the previous reviews. Some of the glasses were in need of replacement but we found plastic cups in the cupboard and used those instead. I think the dishwasher and the hard water are the problem and leaves the dishes with white film on them. Some of the pots to cook are really small and could use in upgrade. Would stay again at this apartment when in the area.
We had a great time staying at this condo at Cache at Union Creek. It is in the West Village which was very convenient for us since my husband was just starting to learn to snowboard (the West Village is where the ski school is and has the easier green runs). It was about a 5 minute walk to Center Village which has a lot more of the restaurants and shops. The only complaint I have is that it was hard to stabilize the temperature in the condo. It would take a long while for it to heat up and/or cool down. We were never cold though because the fireplace put out some great heat! It was more of an issue for it to cool down after the fire place had been on.
This was the worst rental experience we've ever had, despite the fact that the condo COMPLEX was in a great location. Here are a few of the reasons why:
- Walked in and the door was ajar. Not a good way to walk in to a unit!
- Sheets and blankets were unwashed, covered in hair, smelled disgusting. Had to wash all in small wash/dry units upon arrival, which was in the evening - so we were up very late washing everything on Christmas day!
- Pet hair, food particles, trash, dirt all over the floors. Refrigerator was grimy and dirty inside.
- Dishes/glassware/cutlery were dirty but put away, had food crusted on them. Had to wash all before using.
- Cheapest, most flimsy kitchen tools and things we've ever seen (and we stay in HomeAway rentals a LOT!)
- Little to no supplies available. Exactly 4 incredibly threadbare towels left for use. Had to go to the supermarket in Frisco and buy everything to set up a new house! And I mean EVERYTHING!
This was, by far, the worst rental unit we've ever stayed in, Copper or otherwise. It was absolutely and abundantly clear that the owner was out to make the most profit with the absolute least amount of cost, without any consideration for the fact that the renter was paying a lot of money and relying on them to have a comfortable vacation with their families. We did NOT have a comfortable vacation. We actually spent most of it trying not to touch anything in the condo and washing everything that we HAD to touch.
Everything was absolutely disgusting inside. And to top it off, the list of "departure" chores the owner left us was so offensive as he had clearly not worried about doing any of those things for us in advance of our arrival. I also now just saw that most of our deposit wasn't refunded - he says there was damage to the stovetop but there absolutely wasn't - we just didn't clean every speck off the glass cooktop since we ran out of time and needed to get out of there after our 6 hours of "departure" chores. It wasn't a huge deposit so it's fine, but it seems truly egregious and offensive, gesture-wise. We are incredibly unhappy about our experience in total and would not return nor recommend this unit to anyone!!!!!
|Rate Period||Nightly||Weekend Night||Weekly||Monthly||Event|
PRIME SKI 2017
Feb 16 2017 - Apr 10 2017
2 night minimum stay
|Refundable damage deposit||$250|
|Cleaning||$100 + Tax|
Flying - Denver International Airport or Eagle County Airport
Shuttle From Airport - Ground transportation shuttle transfers from Denver International airport can be reserved through the call center or booked online.
Driving - Copper Mountain Resort is located 75 miles (121 kilometers) west of Denver and 20 miles (32 kilometers) east of Vail off Interstate 70 at exit 195. Take County Road 91 South. Make first right onto Copper Road. At circle stay right onto Beeler Place. Make a left onto Union Creek Trail.
Getting Around - Bus service is available 7 days a week, 365 days a year. Buses serve stops every hour between 6:00 am to 1:30 am. At peak travel times, some stops may be served every 30 minutes. The Summit Stage offers Town-to-Town and Residential bus routes. Transfer stations in Frisco, Breckenridge, and Silverthorne allow for changing buses to access the different routes.
Golf: -- Copper Creek is anticipated to Open June 19th and Close October 4th. Tee-times are available every 10 minutes from 9:00AM – 5:00PM. All dates and times are subject to change due to weather and course conditions. The Golf shop opens a 1/2 hour before the course.
Ski: Mountain Statistics:
-- Location: Copper Mountain is just 75 miles from Denver with 2,450 acres of skiable terrain and a village that feels more like a neighborhood. Copper's guests enjoy steps away lodging, après ski entertainment, naturally divided terrain, exciting events and a welcoming, knowledgeable staff.
-- Season: Copper is open from November 6, 2009 through April 18, 2010.
-- Base Elevation: 9,712 feet/2,926 meters
-- Summit Elevation: 12,313 feet/3,767 meters
-- Vertical Drop: 2,601 feet/793 meters
-- Lifts: 22 total (1 six-person, high-speed lift; 4 high-speed quads; 5 triple chairlifts; 5 double chairlifts and 7 surface lifts)
-- Lift Capacity: 32,324 skiers per hour
-- Skiable Acres: 2,450 acres/985 hectares makes Copper one of the largest ski and snowboard resorts in Colorado
-- Marked Trails: 126 (21% beginner, 25% intermediate, 36% advanced, 18% expert)