gl7_april_w640[1]Property Update

As we say goodbye to the fabulous ski season, we turn our focus turns toward getting Grand Lodge ready for all of the exciting activities the summer season offers in Breckenridge.  However, we would like to remind everyone that May is still a fantastic time to visit Breckenridge.  During the month, a majority of the wonderful restaurants in Summit County offer 2-for-1 specials and there are still plenty of exciting activities to keep you busy!  Arapahoe Basin remains open in May.   Fly fishing, indoor ice skating, the Mountain Top Children’s Museum, hiking, the Breckenridge Recreation Center, weekend museum tours hosted by the Breckenridge Heritage Alliance, wine tastings, distillery tasting, shopping, the Dillon Movie Theater and the Dillon Bowling Alley are just a few of the multitude of activities to enjoy until the “official” summer season kicks off in Breckenridge.

The operations team at the Grand Lodge on Peak 7 will also be very busy working on projects around the resort.  Below is a list of property updates as well as scheduled projects for May:


  • BGV has recently partnered with Regal Hospitality to supply housekeepers.  We are looking forward to this partnership which has brought enthusiastic housekeepers from around the world.
  • Remember that every Wednesday at 9 a.m., owners can meet at the lobby bar for “Coffee Talk with the GL7 GM” to offer feedback and discuss future projects at Grand Lodge on Peak 7.
  • Starting on April 28th, the gondola will be closed for the month of May.  The gondola will remain closed through June 12th.  From June 13th-September 1st, the gondola will operate daily from 9:30 a.m.-5:30pm. From September 2nd-14th, the gondola will only operate Friday- Sunday.
  • Just a friendly reminder that outside alcohol is not permitted in the common areas, including the indoor and outdoor pool areas.
  • The Grand Lodge on Peak 7 is part of a program called “Clean the World” that helps provide leftover soaps and shampoos to individuals who are in need of these products.  GL7 has been participating in the program for about two years.
  • Coming soon: Tree Planting! Help us re-forest Summit County after the devastating effects of the pine beetle. With your help, we can make a difference in the beauty and sustainability of our landscape.  More information will be coming soon.

Spring Projects:

  • April 30th-May 1st: Theaters 3 and 4 will be closed for cleaning.
  • April 28th-30th: Grotto will be closed.  Soothe Day Spa will also be closing at 6 p.m. during this time.
  • May 14th-15th: Theaters 1 and 2 and the Family Fun Center will be closed.
  • May 19th-23rd: The indoor pool and hot tub will be closed.
  • May 26th-30th: The outdoor pool and hot tubs will be closed.  Certain portions of the outdoor pool areas are open during this week, but we cannot determine which portions until the work is being performed.

We would like to thank all of our owners for all of their feedback and comments provided to help us improve the resort for everyone.  We are committed to providing great vacations and it’s truly a team effort.  Thank you!

Jason Bretz, Grand Lodge on Peak 7 General Manager


stu[1]Soothe Employee Spotlight:
Meet Stu!
Stu graduated from the Boulder College of Massage in 2004.  In 2005, his desire to be back in the mountains brought him to Summit County. Stu has been working for Breckenridge Grand Vacations at both Soothe Day Spa and the Grand Victorian Day Spa for eight years.  Stu enjoys getting out with friends and enjoying all the outdoor activities Summit County has to offer. This also gives Stu plenty of opportunities to practice the latest techniques in sports massage, deep tissue massage and treatment work so that his friends will be ready to get back to the great outdoors the next day.

Stu’s Spring Hiking Tip:
For every 1,000 feet above sea level, you are exposed to about 5% more UV. This means that at Wolf Creek’s summit, a person receives nearly 60% more UV exposure than a person at sea level. Moreover, snow reflects UV very effectively, multiplying exposure. Applying and reapplying sunscreen is crucial, even on a cloudy day. Consider lip balm with sunscreen in it as well. Sunglasses with UV protection are essential.


Sevens Update:

Restaurant Hours: Open 8am-10pm
Breakfast 8am-10:15am | Lunch 10:30am-5pm | Dinner 5pm-9:30pm
Lobby Bar hours: Everyday 10am-10pm. All To-Go/Spa orders please call the Lobby Bar: 970-496-8918

Happy Hour: Monday-Friday 3pm-5pm & 9pm-10pm (Bar & Lobby Bar) NO TOGO HH
$8 Select appetizers
$1 off all draft beers (Bar)
$1 bottle/can beer (Lobby Bar)
$6 select wines by the glass
$5 wells (includes one mixer)

Wednesdays- All-You-Can-Eat Crab Night! 5-9 pm
We are serving as many Alaskan Snow Crab legs as you want with roasted potatoes, house salad, and drawn butter for $30.00!

LARGE PARTIES: We are now taking credit card information for large parties (8+) so as to deter no shows for reservations.

Owners Special
Breakfast (8-10:15am): Build Your Own Breakfast Sandwich and your choice of coffee, tea or juice- $10

Lunch/Dinner (10:30am-9:30pm): Any 2-topping burger or pizza and your choice of select draft beer, select house wine or soda- $15
Draft Beer Choices: Bud, Bud Light, Shock Top, Peak 6 Amber Bock
House Wine Choices: Beringer Merlot, Gnarly Head Cab, Rosmount Chard, Barefoot Pinot Grigio