This resort runs the majority of lodging in the area, ranging from standard hotel rooms to spacious condos and town homes. Select lodging comes with use of the beautiful Copper Mountain Racquet & Athletic Club. The Center Village is the center of activity, as it's close to most of the shops and restaurants. Unlike Vail with it's Tyrolean feel and Breckenridge with its mining-town roots, Copper Mountain Resort was built from scratch, and has a more modern and function-over-form
feel, with concrete towers showing just a hint of alpine architecture. The complex has studios and one- to four-bedroom units, many with fireplaces and balconies. East Village is not as centrally located, but provides easier access to the mountain's more challenging terrain.
Sep 27, 2012
We stayed here twice during the winter season of 2011 and 2012 and once during the summer of 2012. Our experience really depended on the building we were staying in. Tucker Mountain lodge is very nice with underground parking, close to lifts, new furnishings with kitchens, most well decorated with granite and tile and warm furnishings and had a hot tub. We also stayed at a studio unit with a kitchen in the Telemark lodge that was very nicely decorated
and had plenty of space and had a hot tub with some underground parking. Westlake lodge was older and our unit was a hotel room style without a kitchen, but I believe there was a refrigerator, but lacked a hot tub, and parking was outside and very limited. All of these were located in the center village which has the most selection of good dining and shops and is easy to walk around. Service was fairly transparent during most of our stays and I'm not sure there was any maid service, but we never stayed longer than two nights.