One Ski Hill Place is one of the most luxurious lodges in Breckenridge, with attractive condo-style units featuring gourmet kitchens, beautiful bathrooms (almost all with soaking tubs), and moss rock gas fireplaces. It also offers the most features of any resort in the area, including a two-lane bowling alley, two screening rooms, a billiards room, and an indoor pool area. It has a ski-in/ski-out location right on Peak 8, but getting to Main Street requires a trip on the Breck-Connect Gondola.
One Ski Hill Place is luxurious and modern, with Colorado touches such as the huge stone fireplace in the main entry, the detailed wood and stone staircase, and the comfy, overstuffed lounge chairs in the sitting room. Modern condo-style rooms have wood-framed windows, warm paint colors, and stone details in the bathrooms and fireplaces.
Right on Peak 8, next to the Breck-Connect Gondola
One Ski Hill Place is located directly on the mountain, and the on-site Gondola transports guests within walking distance to Main Street. It's a true ski-in/ski-out property, and because of the great location on the mountain the views are excellent.
2-hour drive from the closest airport, Denver International Airport
1-minute walk to the Breck-Connect Gondola
8-minute drive to the Breckenridge Welcome Center
9-minute drive to the closest brewery, Breckenridge Brewery
9-minute drive to the Stephen C. West Ice Arena, for ice skating
9-minute drive to City Market, for groceries and resupply
One Ski Hill Place offers some of Breckenridge's largest condo-style rooms, featuring modern kitchens with stainless steel Bosch appliances and warm granite countertops; as well as beautiful bathrooms with granite or marble accents, and in most cases, separate soaking tubs and showers.
Technology is up-to-date, and includes Wi-Fi, iPod docks, and large flat-screen TVs with Blu-Ray DVD players.
Warm colors, high-end furniture, and accents of wood and stone
Three restaurants and a bar that get packed with skiers from Peak 8
T-Bar is an apres-ski bar with over 40 beers on tap, and lots of indoor and outdoor seating. This is the 'it' spot for skiers during the winter season.
The cafeteria-style Ski Hill Grill is host to a gift shop, a deli, an espresso bar, and loads of picnic-style seating. Again, it's packed in the winter, and somewhat empty in the summer.
The Living Room is a smaller, more intimate restaurant with only 35 seats. It's open all day for all meals, and offers a Colorado-inspired menu. The Living Room is closed seasonally, for two months out of the year.