Thank you for choosing the Breckenridge Outdoor Education Center for your next adventure! If you don’t already have a place to stay, the following are some recommendations for accessible lodging in and around Breckenridge and Keystone.
The Residence Inn offers plenty of accessible features, including 32″ wide doorways, bathroom bars, hearing accessible rooms and/or kits, roll-in showers, TTY/TTD availability, toilet seats at wheelchair height and more. For more information about the physical features of accessible rooms, common areas, or special services related to a specific disability, they ask that you contact them at 970-453-1181.
*Any BOEC Guest gets 10% off the BAR (Best Available Rate). Click Here!
Marriott’s Mountain Valley Lodge at Breckenridge has accessible rooms that offer roll in showers and hearing accessible rooms with visual alarms and visual notification devices for door and phone.
*The Marriott’s location is closest to the Breckenridge Adaptive Ski & Snowboard School.
The Hyatt Residence Club is committed to providing equal access and opportunity for individuals with disabilities, including an accessible registration desk and public entrance, as well as accessible routes to guestrooms.
The River Mountain Lodge has one studio unit that has larger doors and bars in the tub. Not ADA compliant, however.
The Wedgewood Lodge has two studio units that have large bathroom doors and handles in the tubs. However, the kitchens are not accessible.
The Hyatt Place Keystone features emergency strobe light & strobe light smoke detectors, cordless phones, closed-captioned TVs, wider doors, lowered thermostats and light switches, lowered peepholes and door latches, and accessible bathrooms.