Work Remotely in Breckenridge

Office work will never be the same. As many non-essential workers return to work, they're discovering the new normal of remote work and the freedom to work from anywhere in the world. Many are exploring the option to travel or to temporarily relocate to a dream location, like Breckenridge, Colorado, a small, historic town nestled in the Colorado Rocky Mountains.

Before the COVID-19 outbreak and subsequent shutdown of businesses, offices, only 3.4 percent of the workplace reportedly worked from home at least half of the week according to Global Workplace Analytics. Now, a study (from early April 2020 in the US) has shown that about 34 percent of Americans were working from home. Even more dramatically, more than 80 percent of workers say they'd be happier if they could work remotely (from the State of Remote Work 2019 report from OWL Labs).

This summer, Beaver Run Resort is seeing an increase of remote workers, digital nomads and "telecommuters" who are spending a week, a month or even the whole summer in Breckenridge. The appeal is that they're living a vacation instead of dreaming about it all year. They can work here, take a lunch break, go for a hike or a bike ride and continue working without the need to take a flight or drive hours to get to the mountains. 

Beaver Run is offering an Extended Stay package that's not only convenient, but incredibly affordable at just $54/night for a 30-day mininum stay this summer. "It's the first time we've ever offered this type of offer and these rates," says Bruce Horii, director of sales & makerting for Beaver Run Resort, a condo-hotel located conveniently just a few steps from the base area of the mountain and a few more steps to Main Street Breckenridge.

The resort is offering the month-long stays for 1 and 2 bedroom condo suites that feature kitchens, living rooms and balconies. On site, the resort offers 2 pools, 9 hot tubs, dining options, miniature golf and more. The only caveats are that the resort doesn't offer daily housekeeping services and the resort is requiring full payment at the time of booking for a non-refundable stay. Weekly towel and linen service is provided and additional housekeeping can be arranged for additional fees. The offer is only valid now through Nov. 1 and a 30-night minimum is required. 

As another bonus, the resort can arrange hourly meeting room space for $50/hour for Zoom meetings, conference calls, coworking or small gatherings for work.
Beaver Run is also offering coworking day passes for remote workers or anyone who needs a place to work for the day, week, month or more. 
Contact to arrange an hourly meeting room rental or coworking.