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Best Lodging Value in Summit County?

post #1 of 9
Thread Starter 
I plan to give the Epic Pass a workout this ski season, and I'm looking for a good value in lodging, the kind of place that will work with you on last minute deals and reward repeat stays.
The wife rarely joins in on the fun, so luxury is not my first priority. Price & location are.
Any favorites out there?
post #2 of 9
Try the Turntable in Minturn.
post #3 of 9
That would make sense for skiing Vail/BC. OP asked about Summit County.
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post #5 of 9
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Originally Posted by Kneale Brownson View Post

That would make sense for skiing Vail/BC. OP asked about Summit County.

Well, OP did say Epic pass, too, so ... something. whatever. :-)

post #6 of 9
Thread Starter 

The inquiry was directed to Summit County, because Vail and BC aren't open yet.

When in the Vail Valley, I either stay with friends or check out the best deals on Vail on Sale.

One of the beautiful things about being self-employed and living on the Front Range is being able to keep an eye on Open Snow for the right days to head up.

I don't ski weekends, and I don't ski unless there is good snow.

If you can do that, you can have good skiing even during the worst winters.

But back to lodging in Summit County....

I was just looking for some favorites for short-notice overnight deals.

Anyone have any experience to comment on any of these:

 

Luxury Inn and Suites?

Alpine Slopes Lodge?

Days Inn?

Super 8?

post #7 of 9

My personal favorite if I just need a place to stay in Summit County is the Comfort Inn & Suites in Dillon.

 

Granted, when I'm with family or a larger group we usually stay right in Breck or Keystone but there are many trips were its been just me & the wife or just me solo and I just go for that.  They are usually reasonable expect during peak spring break season.

Rooms are very clean and have a free breakfast.  Plus, its in walking distance to the Dillon Dam Brewery so no worry about having to drive afterwards.

post #8 of 9
Try Priceline. I haven't used it in Suco, but it works great in big expensive cities like DC or NY.
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Originally Posted by afski722 View Post
 

Plus, its in walking distance to the Dillon Dam Brewery so no worry about having to drive afterwards.

That's definitely a plus!

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