This was originally built as a stagecoach stop in 1885, so it still has an old-world feel. This bed and breakfast is cozy and convenient: it’s right on Main street and the Summit Stage, the free bus that takes you to Copper or Breckenridge, stops right outside. For more information, visit FriscoLodge.com.
This new neighborhood of fully-furnished condos is complete with three-sided fireplaces.
A neighborhood of fully furnished one to four-bedroom units with private entrances and a courtyard with hot tubs. The area is designed as a resort community for those looking for a ski retreat. Beautiful granite counter-tops, athletic club and spa, and vaulted ceilings are standard in these rent-by-owner units. VRBO.com.
The Cirque’s crowning amenity—ask any 10-year-old— is the heated outdoor pool with rock waterfall and hot tubs.
The 37-unit Cirque dominates Copper’s Union Creek base, where ski school and the beginner terrain are located, making it great for families wrangling kids onto the slopes. Heated underground parking; balconies in every unit and high-end finishes, such as local stone trims, set the Cirque apart, as well as details such as wine refrigerators and jetted tubs in some units. Common areas include a media room with a 52-inch flatscreen TV and a small fitness center. But the Cirque’s crowning amenity—ask any 10-year-old— is the heated outdoor pool with rock waterfall and hot tubs.
These four bedroom townhouses raise the standard for luxury at Copper. Ski-in/ski-out to the Lumberjack chair at the Union Creek base, the Swiss Craftsman-style units have gourmet kitchens with soap-stone counters and Viking appliances (plus a picture window that peers out over Copper’s Soliloquy run), sealed-combustion fireplaces in the living areas, wide-plank walnut floors and an elevator form the garage to the master suite on the fourth floor. After all, how else would you get to the rooftop hot tub? Copper, Colorado | 800.458.8386 | coppercolorado.com