Bring your group to Breckenridge
Breckenridge Hospitality is the Colorado ski group specialist. With our prime mountainside locations, group services expertise, and preferred pricing, you spend less time organizing and more time enjoying beautiful Breckenridge.
Skiers and riders come to Breckenridge for its authentic mountain town character, but the rest of Summit County's world-class ski areas are just a free bus ride away. Summit County offers a total of 6,328 skiable acres - all within 15 driving miles. Group tickets allow for skiing and riding at Keystone Resort and Arapahoe Basin. Or visit Vail or Beaver Creek Resorts, for a nominal transportation fee, from convenient in-town pick up locations.
Come summer, it's time to pack away the skis and snowboards and to pull out the golf clubs. Breckenridge is the perfect "home base" for any Summit County golf excursion, because the day doesn't end at the 18th hole. Return for the best dining, entertainment, and activities found in any mountain town. Relax in your room, take in a concert, hike a trail or get in a bike ride in our year-round playground. Golf groups enjoy discounted group rates at Jack Nicklaus designed Breckenridge Golf Club, preferential tee times at Keystone's River and Ranch courses, and playing privileges at the exclusive Red Sky Golf Club in Eagle County.
What sports trip is complete without a banquet or celebration? Our seasoned staff of event and banquet managers can prepare an event as simple as wine and cheese reception to a sit-down dinner with awards presentation. Bring your creativity, and we'll make your vision a reality.
Whether your group is in town for a competition, training, or just a weekend with the guys, the team at Breckenridge Hospitality is at your service for every Colorado adventure.
“The staff was the best TEAM I have ever seen during group travel...everyone worked together from the moment our bus pulled up in front of the hotel to when we pulled away a week later. The location can't be beat. I'm already recommending it to other group leaders.” – Maureen, Albany Ski Club