Copper Mountain Luxury Ski Vacation Guide

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Copper may not have worldwide renown as a luxury ski destination, but it has a handful of high-end options to for guests who prefer the finer things in life. From upscale lodging to delicious dining on-mountain and in town, Copper Mountain is the perfect backdrop to a classy ski vacation.

Copper Mountain Luxury Ski Vacation Lodging

Copper Mountain offers conveniently located and well-appointed slopeside properties with amenities like fitness centers, swimming pools and hot tubs.

  • Located in the Union Creek neighborhood, The Cirque offers luxury, French-inspired condominiums with two and three bedrooms. Amenities include two heated outdoor swimming pools, a hot tub, fitness facilities, complimentary Wi-Fi and ski lockers. The Cirque offers heated underground parking, and is within strolling distance of restaurants, shopping and bars. Plus, there is a free shuttle to the lifts.
  • Offering two- and thee-bedroom townhomes in West Village, Cache is great for families and groups wanting upscale accommodations. Cache units feature stone countertops, stainless steel appliances and gas fireplaces. Guests enjoy use of a shared outdoor hot tub.
  • Located near the base of Copper Mountain in Center Village, Passage Point is at the heart of the action and only around 50 yards from the American Eagle lift. Amenities at Passage Point include complimentary Wi-Fi, skier shuttle and parking. Select unites have full kitchens. Passage Point is within walking distance from Copper Mountain dining, shopping and nightlife.

Fine Dining in Copper Mountain

Alpinista Family Bistro serves breakfast, lunch and dinner. Unique dishes, such as Hungarian goulash, set the menu apart from ordinary. Fondue, salads, sandwiches, crepes and more await diners. While the atmosphere is casual, the food is delicious and several high-quality healthy options are available.

CB Grille, located at the Covered Bridge, is reputed as Copper’s top dining experience. Dine at CB Grille for seafood, like Prince Edward Island mussels, fresh pasta and prime cuts, like Colorado-raised lamb, as well as hearty menu items such as gourmet mac and cheese and hand-ground burgers. CB Grille has a great wine list, as well as Colorado craft beer. If you love live music accompanying your meal or après-ski drinks, be sure to eat at CB Grille on the weekends, when there is often live jazz.

For on-mountain dining, stop in at Solitude Grill for Cajun-inspired home cooking alongside staples like burgers and pizza. Solitude Grill is located at the top of American Eagle lift.