One Ski Hill Place, A RockResort
What We Love
- Multilevel lobby with huge fireplace, piano and expansive windows
- Cozy bowling alley and lounge with mining-themed decor
- The only ski-in/ski-out residence in Breckenbridge
- Full kitchens with Bosch and Thermidor appliances
- Free WiFi
- Well-equipped fitness facility with sauna, steam and massage treatment rooms
What To Know
- A $35 resort fee per night will be collected at the Jetsetter checkout
- Getting into town requires a (free) shuttle transfer
- At 9,950 feet elevation, the air is thin — drink lots of water!
- The BreckConnect gondola is handy but runs only until 5 p.m.
- Check-in is at 4 p.m. and check-out is at 10 a.m.
- Free WiFi
- Handicap Accessible
- Parking On Site
With a stay at One Ski Hill Place, A RockResort in Breckenridge, you’ll be near ski lifts and minutes from Breckenridge Ski Resort, and close to Riverwalk Center. This 4-star resort is convenient to Edwin Carter Museum.
Treat yourself to a stay in one of the 75 guestrooms, featuring fireplaces. Rooms have private balconies. Kitchens are outfitted with refrigerators, stovetops, and microwaves. Cable programming and iPod docking stations are provided for your entertainment, while complimentary wireless Internet access keeps you connected.
Treat yourself with massages and facials. You’re sure to appreciate the convenience of ski-in/ski-out access at this resort, which also features 2 indoor swimming pools and 2 spa tubs. This resort also features complimentary wireless Internet access, concierge services, and ski storage. Guests can catch a ride to nearby destinations on the complimentary area shuttle.
Grab a bite at one of the resort’s 3 restaurants, or stay in and take advantage of room service (during limited hours). Quench your thirst with your favorite drink at a bar/lounge. Cooked-to-order breakfasts are available for a fee.
Featured amenities include a 24-hour business center, express check-out, and complimentary newspapers in the lobby. Event facilities at this resort consist of conference space and meeting rooms. Free valet parking is available onsite.
How to Get There
Ski in and ski out option for families. Pretty good accommodations with reasonable service. We have done it two years in a row with great results. The spa is also very good. Transport in and out of the city can use some help.
Beautiful property. Vail run and it shows- expertly appointed. No detail overlooked.
Our stay coincided with the opening of the “summer” season.
We spent the day enjoying the fantastic outdoor activities:
Zip lines, Gold Roller Coaster, bobsled course & on and on! These guys have about every activity covered.
We dined at 4 different venues and all were 5 star.
We rented a two bedroom Condo = beautiful. Fully stocked and very very upscale.
Wonderful 4 day stay!
I recently stayed and hosted a course at One SKi Hill Place and I could not be more satisfied. The GM Chris and everyone (literally everyone) who worked at OSHP was incredibly kind and helpful. The venue is obviously spectacular, but the above and beyond service is why people should use OSHP for both skiing and hosting a meeting/conference.
The facilities make for a terrific ski vacation for the whole family. The location is truly ski-in, ski-out with the whole resort focused on the mountain. The on-site equipment rentals and very friendly ski valet take the dread of schlepping all the "stuff" out of the ski experience. Our 2 bedroom was clean, attractive and well-equipped (both kitchen and laundry). We used the pools, hot tubs, spa, bowling alley and restaurants - and frequently took advantage of the shuttle to town. We enjoyed Breckenridge more without the challenges of finding parking. We had a top-notch experience and would recommend One Ski Hill Place.
I've stayed at several RockResorts and I have to say that the One Skill Hill Place property is by far the worst in terms of service and amenities. However, the location is amazing (the only reason I gave 2 starts is because of the property location which is right at the base of the peak 8 lift).
The problem with the resort is that management runs it like a mediocre time share rather than a 5 star resort. Matt at the front desk is rude and unfriendly to guests. The hotel only has a couple bellmen so if you arrive at the hotel during a busy time or late in the evening, be prepared to carry your own bags. The hotel also advertises that they offer a shuttle service into town but that's misrepresentation. Really, they have an SUV that the bellboys are allowed to drive guests into town when they aren't busy (which is virtually never because there are only 2 bellboys). So, really what you can expect is to wait 45 minutes for an old van that picks up guests at various hotels and takes them into town. Good luck catching that van back up the mountain to the resort because of all the guests from different hotels that use it. I must say that Lorenzo was able to take us into town a couple days and he was exceptionally friendly during the ride. However, we subsequently learned that he got in trouble for actually being friendly to guests and driving them into town because apparently he was supposed to ignore our requests for service and wait around the hotel to help with other tasks because he was the only bellman on staff (crazy)...
Also, the hotel fully acknowledges that it doesn't receive AT&T cell phone service--so if you need to make a business call or find your family on the mountain you're out of luck. The staff at the hotel recognizes this is a problem but the hotel apparently isn't willing to remedy the issue by purchasing an "m-cell" for its guests. I recognize that it is a lot to ask for a hotel to spend a few hundred dollars and buy a cell phone service booster but this is supposed to be an upscale resort that charges, during season, over $1,000 per night so I think it's reasonable to ask them to make accommodations for people with AT&T service.
Also, there are virtually no hotel dining options. There is a tiny restaurant in the hotel that serves stale continental breakfast in the morning and cafeteria grade food in the afternoon. This may not be a problem if you're planning on eating in-town every night but becomes an issue for breakfast (which is dreadful) or when there are snow storms and you can't (or don't want to) traverse down the mountain into town on the old van because there is too much snow/ice on the roads. RockResorts has a captive food audience at the hotel but just ignores it.
Overall, the property is in a great location if you're only there for skiing but if you're looking for amenities and good service look elsewhere--especially at this price point.