Value Hotels in Breckenridge

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Oyster knows what travelers look for in their hotels. When we review value properties around the world, we evaluate how every feature stacks up against the competition, from the rooms to the pools to the restaurants. So if you're planning a getaway and need a place to start, you've come to the right place. Take a look at our top value picks in Breckenridge and get inspired!

  1. With large one-, two-, three-, and four-bedroom condo options, two on-site Jacuzzis, and a community pool across the street, Trails End is a great mid-range choice for families. The six-story building is a true ski-in, ski-out property at the base of Peak 9 -- the nearest lift and a kids' ski school is just 75 yards away -- and walking distance to the shopping and nightlife of Main Street. But some of the individually owned condos have not been updated in a while and feel old an dirty.

  2. This mid-range property is, as the name suggests, a veritable village, with a ski school, seasonal childcare center, and a mix of 240 hotel rooms and condo rentals in five different buildings. Its mountain lodge decor is typical for Breckenridge, but its indoor/outdoor pool is one of the largest you'll find in the area (though the bar isn't particularly high), and the outdoor Jacuzzis are located on attractive redwood deck with mountain views. Guests also get access to the amenities at One Ski Hill Place. The property's best feature, though, just might be its location just off of Main Street, across the plaza from the Quicksilver lift.

  3. Pine Ridge's 81 mid-range condos, located in 15 buildings lining 4 O'Clock Road, are some of the largest in Breckenridge. Though they're individually owned, the management company categorizes and prices them based on the quality of decor. All come with fireplaces, balconies, and full kitchens, as well as access to the property's two on-site Jacuzzis and the community Upper Village indoor/outdoor, year-round pool.

  4. The condos at Park Meadows are a little on the dated side, but offer good value if what you really want is proximity to the slopes and the ease of walking to nightlife. Don't expect too many amenities from this small chalet-style condominium, though -- two Jacuzzis, in-room ski lockers, decent ski-in/ski-out access and free Wi-Fi are the biggest draws.

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