Ratings based on 263 Verified Reviews
They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
4.4 Room cleanliness
4.3 Service & staff
4.4 Room comfort
4.2 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler from West des Moines, IA
Good Location, nice poolPosted Jul 19, 2014
Quiet surroundings and great amenities made our stay very nice. Lots of options for things to do or just stay in and hang out.
for Familiesby kalm from Arvada, CO
Close to Keystone with excellent bus servicePosted Mar 30, 2014
Pros: The hotel was very quiet.
Cons: A little updating would be nice, but I am sure having skier's gear in the hotel adds to wear and tear.
Location: This hotel is close to Keystone, Dillon and Silverthorn. You can go shopping at the outlet stores in Silvertorn.
We had 6 people in the 2 bedroom condo. We had ample room. The kids enjoyed the hot tub and pool after snowboarding.
for Everyoneby Brian from Boston
Great value condo close to KeystonePosted Mar 28, 2014
Stayed in Flying Dutchman. The condo was a little dated but very clean and comfortable. Perfect for our needs Ample parking Large king bed very comfortable Real fire - did not use Sitting room and dining area - comfortable with plenty of space TV - HBO was great don't have at home Internet - fast and relaible could stream Netflix Kitchen - well equipped and clean Sofa bed was bent so guest services quickly supplied a foldaway bed for free which was actually more convenient. All in all for the price this was an excellent choice.
for Everyoneby Larry from Olathe, KS
good for the pricePosted Mar 17, 2014
Pros: closeness to Keystone ski resort
Cons: repair broken and scratched woodwork
place a little worn down, carpet stained, woodwork scratched and broken, minimum kitchen utensils. However, it is only 5 minutes drive to the ski lifts or take the free shuttle (10 minutes). If you just need a reasonably priced place to sleep, watch some TV and prepare basic meals, this will do it.
for Everyoneby Suzanne from Scotland
Great priced accommodation near to Keystone.Posted Mar 9, 2014
Pros: Good priced, big apartment for 2 people. Had full sized kitchen (and oven), with just about every conceivable kitchen gadget.
Cons: Apartment was very comfortable, but perhaps the décor was a bit tired.
Location: Minutes by free bus to the Keystone resort - has a very pretty village. Also free buses to the Arapahoe Basin and Breckenridge ski resorts.
Great price for a big apartment in a quiet part of West Keystone. Easy to get around by free bus or car (though many car parks incur a hefty daily fee). Best to go to Dillon (approx. 5 miles) to the supermarket, and there's the outlet malls just next door in Silverthorne. Keystone and Breckenridge are beautiful towns and great ski resorts in a beautiful part of Colorado.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler from weatherford, texas
Nice condoPosted Mar 7, 2014
My husband and I really enjoyed our stay. The cabin was very clean and was only 5 minutes away from the ski area. The staff were very courteous and accommodating as well.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler
Great proximity to shuttle and Ski resort.Posted Feb 25, 2014
Room was bigger/better than expected. Very close to keystone ski resort. Full kitchen was great to have.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler from South Louisiana
Nice place for the money!Posted Jan 25, 2014
Pros: The cost was great & it was a short drive to River Run base area. All restaurants are a close drive too.
Cons: Update living room sofas, get new coffee maker, upgrade counter tops to (at least) tile, new moderate microwave & kitchen appliances are needed.
Location: The slopes & restaurants are a short drive. You should drive to Silverthorne to get groceries, which is on the way to Keystone.
It's a good place to stay if you have your own car or if you don't mind waiting for the shuttle. It's a bit outdated, but I'm sure it depends on the unit you get assigned. I stayed in the Flying Dutchman building.
for Everyoneby Peter from Hoffman Estates, IL
Pleasant ski vacation.Posted Jan 24, 2014
This is a second time we stay at this Keystone apartment. We like the location, close to slopes, space and clearness of the rooms, for a good price. The flaw was they didn't provide middle week cleaning as promised.
Recommendedby Kelly from Washington, DC
Convenient location, watch out for feesPosted Jan 20, 2014 on Hotels.com
Overall the stay was a good value. We rented a 1 bedroom condo for 4 people for a week and ended up paying about $300 per person. Everyone got a bed (albeit shared) and the space was sufficient for our gear. The hot tub (indoors) and heated pool (outdoors) were awesome and convenient. There were also ski/board lockers for each condo. Laundry machines available, so don't forget to bring quarters and detergent to reduce the amount you pack! On the reverse side of things, the condo was pretty outdated, the decor and the kitchen appliances alike, but I am the kind of person who can live with it for a week and everything was functional so I didn't have to call the front desk. Another thing to be aware of is the "resort fee" which was fifteen dollars a day and there's a mandatory donation of a couple dollars to the NPS for staying in what is technically the bounds of a national forest. This added about $100 to our overall stay, which split between 4 people wasn't bad but could be a budget buster to some, so be aware.