Letter from the General Manager

The first summer at the Grand Colorado on Peak 8 has passed and our staff is looking forward to the upcoming ski season!  We are very excited to have all the amenities open for the 2017-2018 ski season, and we hope all our owners are looking forward to returning home to see the exciting additions since last winter.

The Construction team has been very busy this summer and fall, getting everything open in Phase 1 and 2.  Recently, we have been able to open Theaters 1,2 and 3, with almost 150 movies downloaded onto our server for all to enjoy. The final movie theater will open with the first-floor Phase 3 units in late winter or early spring. We also have the full line-up of DIRECTV channels, with HBO, Showtime, Cinemax and NFL Sunday Ticket available in all theaters. As a reminder, you may have one advanced movie reservation with any overnight stay in a residence. Additional theater reservations can be made the day-of based on availability when on property (this also applies for Day Use reservations).

The operations staff will be busy this fall, performing deep cleans and minor maintenance repairs in all the resort common areas and residences. We perform these deep cleans and minor maintenance repairs two times each year during our lowest occupancy levels: once in the fall and once in the spring. Breckenridge Grand Vacations prides itself in proving quality lodging at all our resorts, and focusing on getting our resorts looking pristine has helped us accomplish this over the years. We hope you will notice how well our resorts are maintained during your next visit.

Thank you for reading and we look forward to welcoming you home soon!


Jason Bretz
General Manager, The Grand Colorado on Peak 8

2 replies
  1. Lori Krostich Bornheimer says:

    I’m a GTL owner for all 4 seasons. My Brother and his family just bought a week in Grand Colorado and mentioned that there are specific rooms or floors for pets! Will GTL ever have these accommodations?

    • Breckenridge Grand Vacations says:

      Hello Lori,
      The Grand Colorado and the Grand Lodge are both dog-friendly resorts for owners at those properties. Gold Point Resort is dog-friendly for any owner of a BGV property with a $25 per night pet fee. Grand Timber Lodge was sold to all owners as a no-pet resort and the HOA has elected to keep the resort that way. While there are owners that would like to bring their dogs, there are also other owners that specifically purchased at Grand Timber because it is not pet-friendly. The HOA has to keep all owners in mind when thinking about changing the HOA Rules and Regulations.

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