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FAQs - Frequently Asked Questions about the Alpine Villa Retreat in Breckenridge, Colorado

Supplies: What do you supply and what do we need to bring?

The suites and bedrooms in the Alpine Villa are supplied with enough linens for all the beds. The bathrooms are supplied with soap, shampoo, towels and a hairdryer. There are racquets, racquetballs, basketballs, wallyball equipment and climbing harnesses available for guest's use.  Guests should bring their own toothbrush, razor and other personal effects.  See Travel Checklist & Tips for a list of items you might want to bring with you.

Weather: What is the average temperature going to be during our stay?

Weather in the high country varies greatly. Summer daytime temperatures get into the upper 70s. Winter overnight temperatures can dip below the minus 20s. For year-round average temperatures, see Weather.com

On-site assistance: Will someone be on-site or available to show us how to operate appliances, use the steam room, etc?

The owners of the Alpine Villa live in an attached efficiency apartment. If they are traveling or temporarily unavailable during your stay there is a "guest's user guide" provided with detailed instructions on how to operate all the appliances and equipment in the Alpine Villa. In the event of an urgent need, names/phone numbers of local contacts are provided upon check-in.

Sleeping capacity: How many people can sleep at the Alpine Villa?

There are eight suites, two bunk bed rooms and two lofts for a total of twelve separate sleeping areas in the Alpine Villa. There are thirty-two beds total in these areas. In addition, there are several sleeper sofas and mattresses that can be used. The bed arrangement varies by room. If needed, diagrams of the bed configurations are available to help you determine sleeping arrangements.

Cooking: What are the arrangements for cooking and dining at the Alpine Villa?

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A fully furnished kitchen with a refrigerator is available for guest's use. Pots, pans, glasses, plates, utensils, etc. are all provided. The kitchen is typically stocked with flour, sugar, salt, pepper and other spices. Additionally, ketchup, mustard, salad dressings, etc. are often left by previous guests and made available. Guests have four options for cooking: 1) Cook on your own, 2) have food catered, 3) have a chef come in or 4) inquire about the owners cooking when their schedules permit. Food and labor costs associated with cooking are not included and are the guest's responsibility. In terms of seating, the Alpine Villa dining room can seat up to 24 people. Up to 24 people can be seated in the conference room. Eight people can sit at the breakfast table. Six people can sit at the table in the interior patio. There are seven bar stools at the kitchen counter and another seven bar stools at the main bar. Additionally, there are eight folding tables and 28 stackable chairs available for use.

Maid service: Is daily maid service provided?

No, daily maid service is not provided. There are extra linens and towels available should you need them.

Weather impact on travel: What happens if the weather impacts our ability to travel to the Alpine Villa?

We have no control over the weather and therefore are not responsible for it. If your travel to the Alpine Villa is impeded in any way, it is your responsibility. It is rare that it snows so much that the highways or the Denver airport shuts down. When it does however, there is generally alternative travel means available. We suggest you check the weather forecast as time gets closer to your arrival date.  See Weather & Conditions. If extreme weather is forecast, you might want to make contingency travel plans. For airline travel, Colorado Springs and Vail can be alternatives to Denver. Commuter airlines also serve Pueblo and Grand Junction. In the event I-70 closes, Hwy 285 can be an alternative route from Denver to Breckenridge. We also suggest driving a 4-wheel drive automobile if snow is in the forecast during your stay.  See www.cotrip.org for Colorado driving conditions.