Colorado is known for great outdoor activities during all of its beautiful seasons. Great skiing, hunting and mountain views have always drawn tourist to the state. Because there is a large tourist trade, booking an appropriate hotel or lodging can be difficult. In addition, because the tourist season is year round in Colorado, there is never an “off season” to take advantage of lower prices.
There are four separate Ski resorts surrounding Frisco including: Copper Mountain, Breckenridge, Keystone, and Arapahoe Basin. These resorts and the surrounding skiing makes a town of less than three thousand a hard place to book a hotel – particularly at a decent rate. Hotels in Frisco Co, however, cover the gamut of hotel offerings. The Baymont Inn and Suites (Frisco – Lake Dillon) has rates that start in the $100 dollar range. They have small rooms that are nicely appointed, and the hotel is closely situated to many of the large ski resorts. The Hotel Frisco has lodging that starts at around the $150 range. The Hotel Frisco has a moderate amount of positive ratings with many in the very positive range.
Holiday Inn Summit County in Frisco has been updated along with the recent upgrading of the Holiday Inn chain. The hotel has a bar, dining and an arcade, but the rooms are small and may not be large enough for large families. The rooms are priced starting at approximately $100. The Alpine Inn is a nice place for “no frills lodging“. The rooms are of moderate size and the hotel has a bar and indoor swimming. It is in close proximity to skiing opportunities and is small, but nice. However, they are moderately priced with rooms starting at approximately $80. The Rocky Mountain Resort Management Frisco is also priced in the $80 range. They have small, clean rooms and are also situated close to hiking and skiing opportunities.
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