Ratings based on 10 Verified Reviews
They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
3.7 Room cleanliness
3.5 Service & staff
3.3 Room comfort
3.2 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler
disappointingPosted Jul 30, 2012
Cons: facilities not as expected
Good location. No sofa bed as described. No kitchen facilities and no utensils.
Recommendedby A verified traveler
Don't goPosted Jul 12, 2012 on Hotels.com
Standard hotel room: missing light bulbs, frayed and burnt lampshades, never had to dust hangers before hanging up clothing, no place to plug in coffee maker except by placing it on floor.
Recommendedby Tiffany L.
Posted Jul 5, 2012 on Hotels.com
I have to say that I was surprised with the room. I ended up with altitude sickness and spent my evenings in bed and what a comfortable bed it was. Better then the one I have at home. The hotel was located only blocks from the conference center so it was an easy walk. I enjoyed the underground secured parking space and was able to leave my car there and walk around "downtown" Breckenridge during the lunch hour. I wish there was wireless access for the computer. That was the only thing that I can think of that I would like for the next time. Thank you very much for the comfortable stay.
for Everyoneby Jason from Colorado Springs, CO, USA
Pass this place up!!!!!!!Posted Jul 3, 2012
Pros: Only 1 good thing the shower had great water pressure.
Cons: Everything else!!
Location: Location is okay, at least within walking distance to anything you wanna do.
My wife and I booked this hotel for the weekend to attend a wedding. Friday we went to bed at 9:30pm and didn't get to sleep till 1 am due to someone doing construction in the room above us- that was miserable enough! This is not counting the lumpy pillows and very uncomfortable bed! We called the front counter, they didn't help at all. The next day we decided to check out and drive the 3 hours home instead of staying another night in terror! So after the wedding we left and drove home. The manager was supposed to contact us the next day, no one did, they didn't even try to make it right.
for Business Travelersby Summer Traveler
Not so muchPosted Jun 16, 2012 on Hotels.com
I liked the price, and I got a 3rd night free. But, I guess you get what you pay for. I was not super impressed with Cimarron. The room was dark as there was no overhead light and the window was small and oddly enough, low, and much of it was behind one bed. There was a table lamp on top of the TV armoire, maybe to substitute for an overhead light. But the light didn't work (bulb was broken). The bulb was replaced fairly quickly, as was the broken telephone. The bathroom had nice tile in it with dark grout that upon further inspection revealed a bit of scum that had never been cleaned off. Yuck! The room was supposed to be a queen with a sofa bed. I got a room with 2 queen beds. Not a huge deal, but it wasn't what was advertised. When I arrived at the hotel on the 1st day, there was no where to check in. I had to call hotels.com and be routed to the Cimarron office, which was about a mile away. I had to drive over there to check in. I guess hotels.com and Cimarron haven't figured that one out! The property was old. There was someone in the unit upstairs who was vacuuming and knocking something on the floor each night for about an hour. The hot tub was missing. The stairs to the front were missing and blocked off by construction tape (looked like a crime scene). There were big gaping holes in the ceiling of the underground parking garage (which had no windows and felt scary). The people at the front desk were nice. Too bad they have to work for such a dismal place.
Not Recommendedby A verified traveler
Room outdatedPosted Feb 3, 2012 on Hotels.com
The room we stayed in was a bit outdated. Bathroom looked like it had not been updated since the 80s (wallpaper peeling, shower head did not work properly, carpet in bathroom). We stayed in a 2-bed condo and all kitchen utensils were broke or did not have a matching piece. All TVs were projection screens, and an early 80s VHS machine for your enjoyment. Beds and couches are a bit worn out and the pillows were ripping. The great thing about the property was the staff and location. The shuttle bus to town or to the lifts was a bonus and the front desk was fantastic. The free VIP coupons were great.
for Otherby Cyclone from Omaha, NE
Great Place!Posted Mar 17, 2011
Great place to stay for the price. Not a true "ski-in/ski-out", but it's a short walk to the lifts. It is also a convenient walk to Main St. The hotel was in good shape, underground parking was nice, etc.
Recommendedby A verified traveler from Denver, CO
Feeling of home on the road.Posted Aug 22, 2006
The stay at Cimarron Park Place gave the feeling of home on the road. Contemporay hotels do not offer the amenities, space and comfort provided at this condo resort. After a day of skiing, shopping, or just playing around town, it was nice to come back to a place you can spread out and relax.
Recommendedby A verified traveler from Atlanta, GA
Great valuePosted Aug 9, 2006
This condo was the perfect place for my wife, our three year old son and me. Conveniently located to Breckenridge's entertainment, shopping and dining areas, it is about a block away from the center of town. The condo is amply supplied and very spacious. Don't expect much from a service perspective; the 'maid service' comes twice a week but only to empty the trash and restock towels and soaps. So, if you are looking for a place to call home while in Breck, consider this location. We thought it was a great value.
Recommendedby A verified traveler from oregon, wi
Very reliable and in the heart of the action.Posted Jul 21, 2006
All of us were pleasantly surprised at the condition and cleanliness of this condo. Impressed with the space and supplies that were stocked such as dish saops, TP, plenty of towels. Nice find.