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Any recomendations on a Ski In Ski Out Hotel in Breck?

Heading to Breck early Dec with, at present time, looks like a group of 4.. A few more may end up booking later, but it looks like we're travelling small enough to just look for a hotel instead of booking a cabin.

Looking for a nice ski in ski out hotel right on the slopes.. can anyone recommend a place?
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The condos/timeshares on peak 7 are only a few years old and really nice. Further away from town. Peak 9 there was just a renovation completed on one of the hotels there. Right by the lift and you are actually in the town of Breck. Can't recall the name of the hotel though.
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I am thinking that pretty much anything ski in/ski out is going to be booked through the resort. So I'd just call their desk and ask. They should know. Some places are quite ski in/ski out, but all you have to do is walk across a quad. Maybe 15 yards? I'd say that would be find for what you are looking for.
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I have stayed at the Beaver Run Hotel 3 times now. It's at the base of peak 9 and ski in/out. Each time I have stayed here with friends from Chicago we ended up getting a 2 floor 'condo' suite. They also have a free shuttle bus that takes you into and picks you up from town. It's not too cheap but it's pretty nice.
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Thanks, I'll look into the Beaver Run Hotel
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Define what you mean by ski in ski out? Killclimbz is correct, there are quite a few options that are less than a 3 minute walk from different lifts.

My first trip there, I stayed at a slew of condos up and down 4 o'clock rd which are very close to snowflake lift.

Breck isn't a big place, so you should be able to look up accomodation locations and use Google maps/Google Earth to determine how close they are to the lifts (many of the names of places are on google maps if you zoom in enough).
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Define what you mean by ski in ski out? Killclimbz is correct, there are quite a few options that are less than a 3 minute walk from different lifts.

My first trip there, I stayed at a slew of condos up and down 4 o'clock rd which are very close to snowflake lift.

Breck isn't a big place, so you should be able to look up accomodation locations and use Google maps/Google Earth to determine how close they are to the lifts (many of the names of places are on google maps if you zoom in enough).
I guess what I mean is my last trip was to Whistler and my friend booked a place where we stepped out the back patio and took the end of a run literally less than a minuted down to the lifts. I guess I'm a little spoiled by that now bc I couldn't believe how convenient it was.. normally we would book a cabin somewhere and have to drive to the resorts and you know how that sucks...
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