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Gold Point Property Information

Letter from the General Manager

Happy Holidays from Gold Point Resort!

We are excited to welcome the Dew Tour back to Breckenridge. This year’s Dew Tour is an Olympic qualifying event and will take place on Peak 8 December 14-17. Coming to town with the Dew Tour are the Floozies, who will be headlining the concert at the Riverwalk Center on December 16.

It was a busy November at Gold Point. The Housekeeping and Engineering teams were busy the first half of the month, completing deep cleans and preventative maintenance efforts. The Engineering team finished several projects during October and November. We are excited to report that we have removed the fluorescent light fixtures from the Phase One bathrooms. Changing the bathroom lights has improved the overall appearance of the bathrooms, as well as greatly increased the electrical efficiencies in the bathrooms.

Thank you for your continued support! As always, please feel free to contact me with any questions, suggestions or concerns. We look forward to seeing you at Gold Point this winter.

Grand Regards,

Lindsay Reinwand
General Manager, Gold Point Resort

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Letter from the General Manager

Dear Gold Point Resort Homeowners,

It has been another grand October at Gold Point Resort! During the month of October, both Loveland and Arapahoe Basin opened their resorts for winter operations. In Breckenridge, guests and owners took advantage of the beautiful October weather that allowed outdoor enthusiasts to explore the town and surrounding areas on beautiful hikes and bike rides.

As we do every fall, the Housekeeping team is focusing on the resort’s appearance with in-room and common-area deep cleans. The Engineering team is working on preventative maintenance items, as well as hanging curved shower rods and adding new recycling signage throughout the resort. Preventative maintenance and deep cleans will occur throughout the resort until mid-November.

The most impactful resort improvement project occurring this fall is the installation of new boilers in Buildings 7 and 8. Once installed, the new boiler systems are anticipated to be more efficient and effective than the current boilers.

Along with changes around the resort, there were recently some changes to the Bonus Time policy. The process of reserving Bonus Time at Gold Point Resort has been simplified in an effort to offer a more owner-friendly experience. Based on availability, you can now reserve weekday Bonus Time 30 days in advance! Weekdays are defined as Sunday through Thursday nights. Weekend Bonus Time rates are available 14 days in advance for Friday and Saturday nights and are also subject to availability.

In addition, Bonus Time rates have been raised due to the increased operational expenses incurred during each stay. It has been several years since the last Bonus Time rate increase, and these changes help to keep your HOA dues lower. The chart below outlines the new Bonus Time rates, excluding fees and taxes.

Rates do not include
taxes and fees
Spring, Summer, Fall One Night Stay Spring, Summer, Fall 
Two or More Nights
(with no room move)
Winter
One Night Stay
Winter 
Two or More Nights
(with no room move)
Studio   $59.00  $49.00 $79.00  $69.00
 One-Bedroom  $79.00  $69.00 $99.00  $89.00
Two-Bedroom $99.00 $89.00 $109.00 $99.00
Three-Bedroom $119.00 $109.00 $129.00 $119.00

Thank you for your continued support of the Gold Point Resort team. As always, please do not hesitate to contact me with any questions, comments or concerns.

Grand Regards,

Lindsay Reinwand
General Manager, Gold Point Resort

 

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Gold Point Property Information

Letter from the General Manager

Dear Gold Point Owners,

September was a beautiful month at Gold Point! You could see the colorful leaf changes occur on property and across the valley. The first snowfall of the year fell in September, and is always a reminder that winter will be here soon. Breckenridge Ski Resort is scheduled to open on November 10.

Throughout the next six weeks, our team will be focusing on preparation for the busy winter season. Rob Wilson and the Engineering team will focus on traditional preventative maintenance programs, as well as painting and staining the units and common areas. Lorraine Stagg and the Housekeeping team will focus on deep cleans.

The most noteworthy project occurring this fall is the installation of the new boiler systems in Buildings 7 and 8. The new systems will replace the current boilers and will provide more consistent heating in the units, as well as future energy savings.

Thank you for all that you do for Gold Point. We hope to see you on property soon!

Grand Regards,

Lindsay Reinwand
General Manager, Gold Point Resort

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Letter from the General Manager

Dear Gold Point Resort Homeowners,

We hope that your summer was as Grand as ours at Gold Point! We had a wonderful August, during which Breckenridge hosted stage two of the inaugural Colorado Classic Bike Race.

During August, the Gold Point Engineering team completed the installation of new chandeliers in Gold Point 2, replacing the previous green chandeliers. We also completed the installation of the laundry room penthouse doors.

We are excited about the fall, and the many events that will occur in September. Breckenridge Oktoberfest will be the second weekend in September. If you prefer wine to beer, Breckenridge will be hosting the Breckenridge Wine Classic September 14-17. While in town, visit the Breckenridge Arts District, which is showcasing the interactive “Los Trompos” installation. Personally, the end of September is my favorite time of the year for leaf peeping: there are several beautiful drives minutes from Gold Point, where you can enjoy the scenic color change.

As always, please feel free to contact me with any questions, suggestions, or comments.

Grand regards,

Lindsay Reinwand
General Manager, Gold Point Resort

 

Gold Point Property Information

Letter from the General Manager

Happy August!

We are enjoying a wonderful summer at Gold Point Resort. The weather has been incredible, and wildflowers have sprung up throughout the property. It has been fantastic watching families enjoy their vacations near the barbecue area and horseshoe pit, located next to the Registration Building. During the month of July, we installed new hot tub stairs in Gold Point I, as well.

We are excited to have professional cycling return to Breckenridge on August 11, 2017, as Breckenridge is the host of Stage 2 of the inaugural Colorado Classic. The Classic will host both men’s and women’s races, which will feature multiple laps throughout the town of Breckenridge, including the infamous Moonstone climb.

If you will be visiting Breckenridge on August 11, please anticipate road closures during the day. All roads to and from Gold Point Resort will be closed from approximately 9 a.m. until 6 p.m. If you would like to come into town and watch the race during this time, the satellite lot off Airport Road will be your best parking location. Free shuttles will run every 15-20 minutes, taking guests into town.

We hope to see you at Gold Point soon!

Grand regards,

Lindsay Reinwand
General Manager, Gold Point Resort

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Letter from the General Manager

Summer has arrived! This is one of my favorite times of the year in the Rockies. The views from Gold Point Resort have been absolutely beautiful! Breckenridge Epic Discovery, formerly known as the Breckenridge Summer Fun Park, opened on June 9. New activities include additional zipline tours and a ropes course.

We are in the process of installing new recycling bins in the common areas of each building. The new recycling bins will go hand in hand with the new Breckenridge ordinance, which asks that glass be separated from other recycling.

The kitchen and hallway lighting in the Gold Point I Penthouses are currently being upgraded. We are switching from the original ceiling lights to more efficient LED lights and new fixtures.

Zach Black and Katelyn St. John have recently joined the Gold Point Resort team. Zach, the newest member of Gold Point Engineering, is originally from Summit County. Katelyn is originally from Vermont and is a Room Quality Supervisor in Gold Point Housekeeping. They both look forward to meeting you the next time you are on-property.

On July 5, a wildland fire was spotted on Peak 2 in Breckenridge. This fire spread over 87 acres and lead to pre-evacuation measures for some areas within Breckenridge. With the help of local and federal resources, we are happy to report the fire is 85 percent contained and no longer represents a threat to the town or public. We are extremely grateful for the amazing job the firefighters and community did to keep all of its guests and residents safe.

We look forward to seeing you this summer!

Grand Regards,

Lindsay Reinwand
General Manager, Gold Point Resort