Ratings based on 24 Verified Reviews
They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
3.7 Room cleanliness
3.0 Service & staff
3.1 Room comfort
3.2 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
by Rider from Colorado resident
Gross stay a Foxpine Copper MountainPosted Feb 1, 2014
Pros: Close to the lifts
Cons: The room and entire structure needs a facelift. Two beds is way too many. One king would be tight, but one Queen may be fine.
Location: Close to boarding & skiing, restaurants & bars. There is a bus stop nearby.
I should have known this was going to be a long 2 days when I picked up the room keys in Dillion, Colorado approx 10 miles from Copper Mountain. The room was cramped and hard to move around. There were 2 double beds covered by black comforters in need of serious cleaning. The space was more suited for 1 double bed. Everything described in the advertising was false. The microwave was a small 80's wind up timer lacking enough wattage to cook popcorn. The refrigerator could hardly hold six sodas and struggled to keep cold. We eventually placed items needing refrigeration outside on the deck. It was difficult to sleep due to the stifling heat which we could not control. The plastic sliding blinds leading to the deck did not move and were missing slats so outsiders could see into the room. There was no hot water in the bathroom sink and the drain was clogged. The carpeting was absolutely gross. In a normal condo/hotel setting you could contact someone to voice concerns. This property did not have a phone or points of contact . Our frustration peaked after a day of snowboarding my wife and I attempted to relax in the hot tub and yes that too was broken. Security was non-existent. I was given 2 plastic card keys to enter the property and was warned if lost the replacement fee was $25.00. I used the keys once to enter the garage --all the locks throughout the facility were removed. Room 319 in Fox Run is an absolute dump...stay away!
for Everyoneby A verified traveler
heaterPosted Jan 13, 2014
Pros: It was up to date interior and very spacious.
Cons: heater to turn on
Location: it was a great location and walking distance to everything we needed.
I just couldn't figure out how to get the heater to work. The fireplace was great for the heat.
by A verified traveler
Terribly overpriced and a dump.Posted Jan 10, 2014
Pros: Ski in ski out
Location: The location is a little remote.
Pros: The place is ski-in-ski-out. Cons: The room was tiny with two queen sized beds shoehorned in. There was hardly enough for one person to walk around. There were no closets. The bathroom was tiny at 5 feet by 5 feet. There was no desk at which to work. The outdoor Jacuzie There are much less expensive rooms available in Dilllon/Silverthorne that are bigger,cheaper and with more amenities. The hot tub Jacuzzi stopped functioning while we in it = no one fixed it.
for Everyoneby monica from texas
excellentPosted Jan 6, 2014
Pros: near to ski and restauranats
Location: everything nearby
for Everyoneby Jeff
Close to slopesPosted Jan 3, 2014
Pros: Location, convenience and parking are the best features
Cons: Hide-a-bed was pretty uncomfortable
Location: Right in the middle of Center Village and walk to skiing. The use of parking facility made it really easy to drive to Friso and Dillon and still have
Found the studio apartment to be very comfortable. Bonus room had a great view of the ice skating rink. Underground parking was a very wonderful surprise and we could walk to the lift. It was nice not to have to ride the shuttle. Room was very clean, fireplace was comfortable and the kitchen was completely equipped. Had to make some adjustments sleeping on the hide-a-bed and would recommend a bedroom stay rather than the studio.
for Everyoneby SKT from Dallas, TX
Posted Dec 27, 2013
Pros: location and comfort. Walking to the ski area is very important for us. The condo was stocked with everything we could possibly need. We loved it
Location: The facility was close to everything. skiing, shopping, restaurants, everything. It had buses to nearby activities.
We were in Denver visiting friends. We made the spontaneous decision to go to Copper Mountain at 7:00am on Saturday morning. We planned to be there later on Saturday. We got on Expedia and called the first listing that came up. We did not spend any time researching or studying. We didn't have time. We were concerned because the web site wasn't showing us exactly what we would be staying in because there was a group of facilities involved. We all agreed that we might not be happy with what we got but decided to do it anyway. We loved the facility. It was beautiful, clean and comfortable. We got a 2 bedroom condo and were thrilled. We are already planning our stay for next year.
for Everyoneby Alan from Los Angeles
Posted Dec 20, 2013
Pros: Location was good
Cons: There is no one on site or close to go to if there is a problem. (I didnt have one, but just in case)
Location: Location is great.
Dealing with and making arrangements to get the room key a big hassle , you are told to stop in an adjacent town and can only pick up the key between 4p - 5pm. There should be an easier way for a traveler to pick up a room key. This inconvience needs to be prominently mentioned UP FRONT.
for Personal Eventby Zach from Fort Collins, CO
Awesome Weekend at Copper Mountain!Posted Aug 7, 2013 on Hotels.com
This was an excellent trip. Accomodations were what you would expect for a slopeside ski lodge; it exceeded our expectations, was clean and fully stocked and was slopeside. People who are complaining about the check-in process need only to blame themselves. I simply read my confirmation e-mail and got to the Property Management office no problem. They had everything ready for us and we felt well taken care of. This is NOT a hotel, it is a property management company, so don't expect a check-in desk, lobby, etc. in your building, you have to go to the main office to get the address and location of the condo. These are rental properties in high-use Colorado vacation areas. Overall, an excellent stay and I would recommend it!!!
by Hikerjulie from Colorado Springs, CO
Loud, in poor repair, check in was a scavenger hunPosted Aug 6, 2013
Pros: It was in Copper Mountain
Cons: Put a door between the bedroom and the hallway to help insulate the sounds. Clean or replace the carpets. Put tables on the deck& in the room. Fix dec
Location: Hiking, biking, skiing . Wonderful location.
First of all, it was not at all clear from anything Expedia sent us or from the confirmation page that I printed up that the check-in was not in Copper Mountain. I went to the Copper Mt resorts check in and they printed a map for me to go back to Silverthornr, about 20 miles back the way Wed come. We couldn't find the office, so I called the after hours number. After being in hold with an off site operator, she was able to connect me to a nice sounding man who lived near the office. He told me that we should have been mailed a packet that had a door code and lockbox code. After we found the office and keyed in those, we headed back to what we thought was a hotel. It appeared that our room was the small half of a condo. The adjacent room was connected to our room by a locked door. Our entrance to the hallway was a long tiled wall, reminiscent of the local pool. Neither had any sound insulation. Every conversation our neighbors had in the hallway was amplified. If the FBI ever wants to do surveillance on anyone on this level, I can give them the room number. No need for electronic sound magnification! I stuffed a towel under the door, put in earplugs and tried to sleep. In the morning, I met an unfortunate couple in the parking garage whose first floor room was over the garage door. The noise woke them every time a car came in the garage. The carpet was stained and filthy. There was no table, only uncomfortable chairs, the deck needed repairs. In short, yuck!
for Everyoneby A verified traveler
Copper mountain condoPosted Aug 5, 2013
Put light bulbs in all lamps. The side room never had light. The only way to get any outside air (no air conditioning), was to open to floor to ceiling sliding doors that only had a screen to keep someone from falling 3 floors.