Ratings based on 31 Verified Reviews
They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
3.7 Room cleanliness
3.1 Service & staff
3.2 Room comfort
3.2 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
by A verified traveler from Denver Colorado
I would highly recommend against RMR as the agentPosted Jul 7, 2014
Pros: The copper resort itself is a great place to stay. Lots to do, very central.
Cons: I will now book directly with Copper Resorts when going there. I will not be using RMR and will actively tell people not to use them.
Location: In the winter there is skiiing, sightseeing, shopping, enjoying the great outdoors. In the summer there some event scheduled almost every weekend
After driving in traffic for four hours, we got to the room but it would not physically open. The door lock was broken. We called RMR who did not have any other spots in Copper. RMR did have other locations in the area, but wanted to charge us another couple hundred dollars to get one of their open locations. If it was me I would have given the customers an unused location for the same price... but we ended up stranded in the mountains without a place to stay. As a side note, expedia did a great job sorting things out and even gave us a credit to compensate us for the hassle. The people at Copper Resort itself were phenomenal and found another room for us at Copper. RMR? Nothing, Nada, Nichivo.... they even had to be talked into canceling the charges as their initial position was "it's not our fault the door lock won't open". Be wary of RMR.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler
Close to the lifts and shops.Posted Apr 17, 2014
Pros: Close to the lift and shops.
Cons: Needs new blow dryer.
Location: Gifts shops and varies restaurants.
Nice room close to the lifts and shops. Blow dryer didn't work.
for Everyoneby danielle from denver co
Copper condoPosted Apr 3, 2014
Room was spacious and tidy. Strange odor at first. Great price. I was a little annoyed that we had to pick up keys in Dillion since we were already on the mountain skiing. You also can't pick up the keys until 4-5pm and was emailed to see if I was checking out before 10am.
by Jami from Paris, Tx
Not recommended.Posted Mar 20, 2014
Cons: Upkeep inside unit. Better directions to offsite key pickup- even after reading others problems, we still had a lot of trouble.
Location: Enjoyed Copper Mountain, Breck, and Vail.
Management appears to be too far off site to manage this property well. Whole family had to sit in hallway for more than 30 mins waiting on new key card to be delivered after a computer error disabled ours. Neighbor had the same problem the day before.
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!
Recommendedby Angela from Chicago
Great Location.Posted Jan 27, 2014 on Hotels.com
This place is exactly what you'd expect for the price, just your bare bones hotel room. However, the location is great! You just walk over to the chair lift! The staff was really nice and helpful, but they are located in Dillon so you have to check in on your way up to the mountains. The hot tub was fine, but the sauna was closed for repairs and the ice machine was out of order. With all that being said, if you want a ski in/ski out hotel for a really good price, this is it!
Recommendedby Hamertime from Denver
Boys weekendPosted Jan 18, 2014 on Hotels.com
It was a room with a king size bed that took up the entire room. I was on the third floor and the room was right above one of the bars. The music was loud specially when people walk in and out, this went on untill 2 A.M. It seem every time a party of people left they stood around and did plenty of yelling and screaming untill they finally walk away. I understand they went to party town and party down...
Recommendedby Isaac Hinds from Denver
Highly RecommendedPosted Jan 14, 2014 on Hotels.com
Perfect location, great communication and would definitely stay here again.
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.