Park Avenue Lofts
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- Reduced mobility rooms
- Non-smoking hotel
- Non-smoking rooms
- Microwave in room
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TravelPod Member ReviewsPark Avenue Lofts Breckenridge
We stayed in a very spacious studio. Complete with comfy chairs and a big stone fireplace (which I used nightly). Almost a full kitchen, large bathroom with deep jetted tub, shower and double sinks. The room looked out on the main street and had a sliding glass door that lead out onto a very small patio. There is no breakfast so either bring your own or expect to spend money across the street. Ski valet is in the other building (residences). They were very helpful and friendly. This is not a ski in ski out property but you can easily walk in your boots to the quicksilver lift.
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