What We Love
- It’s a five-minute walk to Breckenridge’s Main Street
- Access to year-round activities (biking, hiking, skiing and more)
- Free heated underground parking
- Aveda bath products and huge walk-in showers
- Free WiFi
What To Know
- All condos have fireplaces, balconies, fully equipped kitchens and a washing machine and dryer
- No on-site restaurant, but a free shuttle brings you to restaurants in town
- The on-site spa is open to the public
- Reception is on the 4th floor
- Free WiFi
- Parking On Site
Ski condos can be a total bore: dated architecture, confusing layouts, worn furnishings. Not so with this new-build, all-condo resort. BlueSky Breckenridge’s sophisticated, spacious units range from one to four bedrooms, and the feel here is more boutique hotel than condo. BlueSky is as refreshing as a breath of Breckenridge’s rarefied mountain air.
Bed and Bath
All of the uniquely decorated units feature gas fireplaces and full kitchens with stainless steel appliances and granite counters. Multi-bedroom units are laid out well, with bedrooms far enough apart for privacy. Expect modern Rocky Mountain style, with lots of leather, stone and nature-themed art.
At the base of the Snowflake Lift, guests have hiking access in summer and ski-in, ski-out access to Breckenridge Resort’s 2,358 powdery acres in the winter. After a day on the mountain, the year-round pool and its three steamy jetted hot tubs are great for warming up (or cooling off). It’s only a five-minute walk or a free shuttle ride to Breckenridge’s bustling Main Street, which is lined with restaurants, bars and shops. An adventure center (guided hiking, mountain biking, rock climbing), a winter ski concierge and a full-service spa that draws a local crowd round out the perks and help BlueSky redefine the ski resort condo.
In the Area
The Spa at Breckenridge is a full-service day spa (also open to non–hotel guests) that offers a range of treatments, from manicures to massage, designed to relax the mind and body. Food Hedz, the official catering company of BlueSky Breckenridge, can do private catered meals upon request. If you want to stay in and enjoy a relaxed dinner in the comfort of your condo (without spending the day cooking), it’s a great option. Breckenridge’s Main Street is packed with dining options, but Kenosha Steakhouse is one of the best, with one of the few outdoor patios in town and lots of local brews on tap. For something more casual try Downstairs at Eric’s, which has long been revered for its satisfying pub grub. For a serious adrenaline rush, go for a ride down the SuperSlide, which is part of the Peak 8 Fun Park. The luge-style course is Breck’s most celebrated warm weather attraction. The park also has a big-air trampoline, a climbing wall and a mountain-bike park.
How to Get There
My husband and I have stayed here every time we stay in Breckenridge. The resort is beautiful along with its location. We have stayed in the same room every time. Room 416 has it own private hot tub. There is no view from this room. The condo is beautiful. Took a couples trip for our anniversary. Rooms are maintained and nice.
Very nice 2 bed/2 bath unit in BlueSky condo. Unit was well maintained and in great condition. Unit was nicely furnished, and kitchen was fully equipped. Great pool area in the building. 5 minute walk to downtown Breck / Main Street. There’s also a shuttle bus that will take you around town as well as a ski shop in the building.
We stayed 2 nights in room 412. The room was gorgeous, spacious and had everything we needed - Full kitchen, 2 bedrooms, large bathrooms, clean jacuzzi on back porch. No AC but the unit doesn’t get much sun so it was not a problem at all. (And we like it cool!)
The only draw-back was no view at all from the room. Just be sure you either know what room you have or be mentally prepared for no view. The 4th floor was right next to pool/exercise/game room/ lobby, but you give up the view. Also we had more space than rooms w a view.
It was a short, lovely walk from resort into town in the morning, but a little too far to get the whole family to walk w me for dinner. They have their own shuttle that we never had to wait more than 5 min on. Nice shuttle too. It is “free” just take cash for tips. Looked like people were tipping anywhere from a couple dollars to $20. Our 1st driver “Christian” was great to give advice on restaurants and biking.