If you’re looking for the ultimate in convenience and comfort at Winter Park Resort, look no further than the upscale, modern ski-in/out vacation rentals in the heart of the Village at Winter Park Resort.
From budget friendly studios, to spacious three bedroom ski condos below the slopes, this is our whistle-stop tour of where to stay at Winter Park Resort. But first, what’s so great about staying by the slopes at Winter Park Resort?
And let’s not forget about the family-friendly focus of Winter Park Resort, where entertainment and activities abound. There is a calendar of family events, an array of dining and drinking establishments, unique shopping options, and skating and tubing fun, all within strolling distance of your ski-in/out vacation rental.
So, now that you’ve decided to stay at the slopes, which lodging option is best for you? There are three key rental property options within the Village At Winter Park Resort; there are also larger properties available at Base Camp at Iron Creek and Bridger’s Cache (check back in next week for a spotlight feature on Base Camp & Bridger’s Cache).
Zephyr Mountain Lodge is Winter Park’s #1 choice for ski-in/out convenience. Located just 50 yards from the main Zephyr Express Chairlift this is the closest lodging available to the lifts, right at Village center, at the foot of the ski trails in Winter Park Territory.
Built in 2000,there are two separate buildings that make up Zephyr Mountain Lodge: Zephyr Slopeside & Zephyr Riverside; both offer updated one, two and three bedroom vacation rental condos, comfortably accommodating parties of one to ten guests.
All Zephyr Mountain Lodge condos enjoy a fully equipped kitchen, gas fireplace and free wireless internet.
Additional shared amenities include:
If you want to ski to the lobby and be at the center of all things snowy and fun, this is the area for you. Click here to browse all Zephyr Mountain Lodge ski-in/out vacation rentals.
Located just 150 yards from Zephyr chairlift, these modern, side-by-side complexes were built in 2006 with guest comfort in mind. Both Founders Pointe & Fraser Crossing offer spacious lodging in the form of studios to three bedroom vacation rentals, accommodating one to eight guests comfortably.
One of the most desirable features at both Founders Pointe & Fraser Crossing is their spacious amenity decks. Centrally located on the third floor of each building, guests can enjoy a HUGE hot tub, gas grills, outdoor seating and an fireplace – with the ever charming views of the Village and ski slopes in full view at all times.
As with Zephyr Mountain Lodge, all Fraser Crossing & Founders Pointe enjoy a fully equipped kitchen, gas fireplace and free wireless internet.
Additional Fraser Crossing & Founders Pointe amenities include:
Fraser Crossing & Founders Pointe are perfect for those seeking easy access to the slopes, combined with all the modern amenities expected of today’s activity driven traveler. Click here to browse all Founders Pointe & Fraser Crossing vacation rentals.
Built in 2007, the Base Village Lofts are the most spacious and high-end accommodations available in the Village at Winter Park Resort.
Set above the shops and restaurants of Winter Park Village, these stylish three bedroom loft rentals offer spacious floorplans of 1500 – 1800 square feet of living space, a one car private garage (in the heart of the Village!), free access to the nearby Zephyr Slopeside hot tubs, and a gourmet kitchen equipped with all your culinary needs.
A single one bedroom loft is available for short term rental with all the same luxurious amenities, plus one-of-a-kind decor and furnishings in 750 square feet of living space.
Additional Base Village Loft amenities include:
The Base Village Lofts are a must for larger groups looking for higher-end lodging, with easy access to ski school, lifts and other Village activities. Click here to learn more.
Looking for larger accommodations by the slopes? Check back in next week for our guide to four, five and six bedroom properties by the slopes at Winter Park Resort.
Debs Bridge December 31st, 2017