Breckenridge Resort Managers Policies

Breckenridge Resort Managers Policies

View information on Breckenridge Resort Managers rental policies including check-in, check-out, and payment. Contact us if you have additional questions or concerns regarding our Breckenridge rentals.

Check in starts at 4pm. Our office closes at 5pm. Most arrivals will be emailed an “arrival information” email which will allow you to check in directly at your vacation rental.

After hours and weekend check ins will need to be coordinated through our office, please call 800-765-0727 to set up your check in. Late check ins must be arranged at least 48 hours BEFORE you arrive.

Checkout is at 10 a.m.

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Driving directions to 100 S. Main St., Breckenridge, CO 80424

105 mi – about 1 hour 58 mins Denver International Airport Pena Blvd, Denver, CO

1. Head north on Pena Blvd 177 ft

2. Slight right (signs for Terminal E) 1.1 mi

3. Slight left toward Pena Blvd (signs for Terminal E/Valet Parking/Arrivals/Short Term Parking) 1.0 mi

4. Continue straight onto Pena Blvd 0.2 mi

5. Slight right to stay on Pena Blvd (signs for Rental Car Return/I-70/E-470/Airport exit) 9.5 mi

6. Take the exit onto I-70 W 82.2 mi

7. Take exit 203 for CO-9 S toward Breckenridge/Frisco 0.2 mi

8. At the traffic circle, take the 4th exit onto CO-9/N Summit Blvd Continue to follow CO-9 9.8 mi

9. At the traffic circle, take the 1st exit onto CO-9/N Main St 0.6 mi

Altitude sickness:

Not everyone is affected by the higher altitude here and thinner air. You may feel nauseous and have a headache.

  • Take it easy your first day. If you can, hold off on skiing until day 2 or 3
  • Drink lots of water, rest, take a couple Ibuprofen and take slow, deep breaths as much as possible. There are cans of oxygen available at local stores which might help.
  • try to avoid caffeine and alcohol your first day here
  • Staying a night in Denver which is at about half the altitude, before you come up the mountain is a great way to help you get acclimated.
  • We've also heard that taking 1 aspirin per day for 5 days before you come up can help to start thin your blood just as the thin air here will do and can keep symptoms at bay.
  • Use the humidifier; it will help keep moisture in the air.

  • Driving:

  • If the roads are icy or have snow on them already, drive slowly. Allow plenty of stopping time when approaching stop signs or lights as you may slide a little into the intersection.
  • If you find yourself sliding, tap on the brakes rather than slam on the brakes. Be very aware of other drivers around you as they might slide out of control and you may have to react quickly to get out of their way.
  • Snow banks (plies of soft snow on the side of roads and driveways cause by plowing) DO not go into them, you will get stuck! When backing out of a driveway use caution.
  • *****Follow the speed limits closely - police officers in Summit County strictly enforce the speed limits and will pull you over! It is 20mph on Main St.

    *****If you park in a 3 hour zone, you better be back before 3 hours, because most likely you will have a $20 ticket on your window. Parking is also strictly monitored here.


    Make sure to pick up a Summit Daily newspaper (free and available all over town). This is the locals go to place to find out about local events and also to find restaurant specials and coupons.

    Bears/ Wildlife:

    Definitely not unheard of to see bear, moose, fox, etc. in Summit County.

  • Do not leave any food or trash outside in the Spring and Summer months (especially if you are staying in one of our Blue River homes)- bears/ wildlife will get into it and usually make a huge mess.
  • The black bears here are very timid. If you come across one while hiking, etc, making lots of noise, honking your horn will scare them away.
  • Do not approach moos e- they tend to be a little more aggressive than bears and have been known to charge.

  • Sun protection:

    Since we are at a higher altitude, we are closer to the sun and it is important to wear sun block and Chap Stick with SPF protection especially when on the slopes. You will probably also notice that your skin feels dry and lotion is a local's must have.

    Summer Wear:

    Our summers here are just beautiful and can feel very warm when the sun is out. But it is always good to have a light jacket/ sweater as it can be pretty chilly when the sun starts to go down.

    Rental Policies

    Manager and Guest agree and promise as follows:

    1. Leased Premises. Manager leases to Guest, the real property described above in Summit County, Colorado (the "Leased Premises") for a period of ____ nights, from 4:00 on _______________, 20__, to 10:00 on _________________, 20__. The total rental shall be $____________ (excluding the Damage Deposit paid pursuant to Paragraph 4 below).

    Summit County, Colorado is a high alpine environment that accumulates between 150-250 inches of snow per winter. Weather conditions can vary drastically from day to day, from beautiful sun to several feet of snow in a short period of time. Temperatures in the County can dip well below 0° and the elevation you reside at can be well over 9,000 feet. Due to these conditions we cannot be held responsible for frostbite, falling snow or ice, slipping on ice or snow, lack of visibility, road or driveway conditions, snow on the house, deck. driveways or walkways, access to the Leased Premises or high altitude sickness. High altitude sickness, which may include such symptoms as fatigue, headaches and difficulty breathing, should be taken seriously. If you experience any of these symptoms Manager recommends that you seek immediate medical assistance. Roads and driveways, even if plowed, are often covered with snow and ice. Therefore, a 4wd vehicle, snow tires or chains, and careful driving are strongly reccommended. Resort Managers will not be responsible for vehicles or driver that become stuck in the snow or slide on the ice, nor will refunds be given for any issue relating the the above paragraph.

    Resort Managers LLC will make every effort to ensure your vacation is as enjoyable and free from any problems within our control. Our willingness to ensure you have a problem free vacation is, however, not a guarantee of a problem free vacation. Guest understands that prior to, during, and after your stay you may experience difficulties and inconveniences that are out of, or beyond, the control of Manager. Whether these difficulties are caused by the Guest, another party, or mother nature, it is the Guest's personal responsibility to address these issues to your fullest extent and attempt to remedy them on your own.

    2. Rental Term and Payments. The total Rental Payment of $_____________ for the term of the Lease as described above shall be due in advance, and prior to the time Guest takes possession of the Leased Premises as follows:

    (a) Reservation Fee: Guest shall pay to Owner 50% of the Rental Payment, $_______________, at the time Guest reserves the Leased Premises for this short term rental.

    (b) Rental Balance: The remaining 50% of the Rental Payment, $_______________, shall be paid to Manager 30 days prior to the Guest taking possession of the Leased Premises.

    (c) Cancellation/Refund: Guest agrees that this rental may be cancelled by Guest if Guest provides written notice to Manager of such cancellation at least thirty (30) days prior to the commencement of the Rental Term. Manager shall, within fifteen (15) days of receipt of Guest's written notice of cancellation, refund all amounts previously paid by Guest, less a $150.00 Cancellation Fee (provided Guest's notice of cancellation was received by Manager no less than thirty (30) days prior to the commencement of the Rental Term, as set forth above). If Guest fails to provide thirty (30) days written notice of cancellation to Manager, does not appear for the rental, departs early or arrives late, the Reservation Fee described in subparagraph (a) above shall become non-refundable and will be retained by Manager as liquidated damages.

    If any payment is returned unpaid by a bank or credit company, a late charge of ten percent (10%) of such returned rental payment will be charged as additional rent, which may be collected immediately by Manager prior to commencement of the Rental Term. Guest agrees at the expiration of this Lease to peacefully surrender and deliver the Leased Premises to Manager in the same condition as when first rented by Guest, ordinary wear and tear excepted.

    2. Check in/ Check Out. Guest acknowledges that check-in is between the hours of 4:00 p.m and 5:00 p.m. MST at the office of Resort Managers LLC locate at 100 S. Main Street, Breckenridge, Colorado in the Lincoln West Mall. Check-out is at 10:00 a.m. MST. Before and after hours check-in or check-out may be made available to Guest by Manager on a case-by-base basis if requested prior to check-in or check-out. We reserve the right to assess a fee, cancel, change, or modify any late or early check in arrangements if the need should arise.

    3. Use, Occupancy and Assignment. Guest agrees that the Leased Premises will be used for short term residential purposes only and that no other guests or individuals other than those Guests listed in this Agreement will reside on or otherwise occupy the Leased Premises without first obtaining the Manager's written consent. Guest understands and agrees that these limitations on occupancy and use of the Leased Premises are a material inducement for the granting of this Lease by the Manager to the Guest. Guest promises and agrees not to transfer or assign this Short Term Lease Agreement, nor sublet the Leased Premises or any portion thereof, without the prior written consent of Manager. Any such assignment without the proper written consent of Manager shall be void and shall, at Manager's option, terminate the Lease.

    4. Damage Deposit. A Damage Deposit in the amount of $__________ is due at the time Guest takes possession of the Leased Premises. Guest will also present Manager with a signed credit card impression which will remain open and will constitute an authorization for Manager to charge the Guest's credit card for any damage to the Leased Premises which exceeds the Damage Deposit and to use for any other miscellaneous charges accrued by Guest during his/her/their stay. Credit card authorizations will remain valid until such time as the Leased Premises can be properly inspected by Manager and any damage to the Leased Premises or missing inventory (appliances, dishes, silver, towels, sheets, electronics, etc...) can be calculated. Inspection of the Leased Premises is performed following each guest's departure and inventories are reconciled. Any missing inventory will be charged to the Damage Deposit prior to release. Damage Deposit release will occur fifteen (15) calendar days following the Guest's checkout. This is done to allow ample time to inventory items, assess damages, price and replace items and repair the Leased Premises. Damage waiver programs, through AIG travel guard, are available to all Guests prior to booking online or by phone. If interested please inquire prior to booking your stay.

    5. Housekeeping and Linen Service. The Leased Premises is thoroughly cleaned and supplied with linens, towels, soap, and paper products prior to each Guest's stay. Additional housekeeping services are available for an additional charge by request of the Guest prior to Guest's arrival. Payment for additional housekeeping services will be due and payable by Guest prior to Guest's check-in. Cleaning of the premises will be completed by the Manager upon Guest's departure. Any excessive cleaning due to abuse or negligence of Guest will be charged to the Guest's Damage Deposit or credit card on file with the Manager, in Manager's discretion. One (1) set of towels per Guest and one (1) set of sheets per bed are stocked in the Leased Premises. Linens and towels should be left in the condition found upon check-in and are inventoried prior to departure. Any loss or damage to towels and linens will be charged to the Guest. Please care for our homes as you would your own and leave them in reasonably clean condition upon your departure.

    6. Rules and Regulations. Guest agrees to comply with the reasonable rules that the Manager deems desirable or necessary for the use and protection of the Leased Premises. Any breach of the rules and regulations shall be considered a breach of this Lease and shall permit the Manager to terminate this Lease. Guest further agrees to abide by all applicable local, state and federal laws and police, fire, and sanitary regulations, and failure to do so shall constitute a breach of this Lease.

    7. Entry by Manager. Guest expressly agrees to permit the Manager or its agent to enter the Leased Premises, including storage areas, at any reasonable time from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., for the purpose of inspection, repair or maintenance of the Leased Premises or to show the Leased Premises to a potential buyer. Manager or its agent may enter the Leased Premises at any time to deal with an emergency or to prevent damage to the Leased Premises. Manager will do everything possible to minimize the impact of such intrusions.

    8. Re-assignment of Leased Premises. Should the need arise; the Manager reserves the right to assign the Guest to similar accommodations before, at or after check-in if an emergency situation occurs. If re-assignment is necessary and the re-assigned Leased Premises has a higher rental rate, Guest will not be charged for such higher rate and no refund will be given. Errors in bookings, damage to a property, inaccessibility to a property, or similar may occur prior to or during a guest stay.

    9. Indemnification. To the fullest extent permitted by law, Guest agrees to indemnify, defend and hold Manager and the owner of the Leased Premises harmless from and against any and all claims, liability or damages, including, but not limited to, attorney's fees, loss of profit or other special or consequential damages, arising from any injury, damage, claims or loss to person or property caused or alleged to be caused by any accident, condition or casualty to, upon, or about the Leased Premises that that is caused by or in any way arises out of or is related to the Guest's rental of the Leased Premises, unless such accident, condition, or casualty is directly caused by the intentional or reckless acts or omissions of the Manager or the owner of the Leased Premises. Notwithstanding any duty the Manager or the owner of the Leased Premises may have to repair or maintain the Leased Premises, in the event that the Leased Premises or its contents are damaged by the negligent, reckless or intentional act or omission of the Guest or the Guest's invitees, the Guest shall bear the full cost of such repair or replacement. The Manager and the owner of the Leased Premises are not responsible for any damage or destruction to the Guest's personal property.

    10. Attorney's Fees. In the event the Guest violates the terms of this Lease or defaults in the performance of any covenants in the Lease and Manager engages an attorney or institutes an action, counterclaim, or summary proceeding against Guest based upon such violation or default, Guest shall be liable to Manager for such attorney's fees, costs, and expenses. In the event the Guest shall bring any action against the Manager or owner of the Leased Premises pursuant to this Lease or based upon any physical condition of the Property or its contents, and Manager or the owner of the Leased Premises prevails, Guest shall be liable for the costs and expenses of defending such action, including reasonable attorney's fees.

    11. Miscellaneous. If any provision of this Lease shall be declared invalid or unenforceable, the remainder of this Lease shall continue in full force and effect. Manager has the right to waive any one or more breaches of this Lease and any such waiver shall not be construed as a waiver of any future breach of this Lease. Manager may accept rent or other sums due under this Lease without waiving any rights to enforce any Lease provision. Manager shall have such rights, obligations, and remedies as contained in this Lease, and said rights, obligations, and remedies shall be cumulative and shall not be exclusive of any other rights, obligations and remedies provided by law. Any grammatical changes shall be implied whenever necessary to change the gender and number of the parties to this Lease so that the wording in the Lease shall reflect the accurate fact. This Lease may not be altered or amended except by written agreement signed by both parties.

    12. Additional Provisions:

    a. Smoking. No smoking shall be permitted on the leased premises. If management discovers any evidence of smoking a $200 clean fee will be assessed.

    b. Pets. No pets shall be permitted on the Leased Premises unless prior arrangements have been made in writing between Guest and Manager, with the approval of the Owner of the Leased Premises. A $150 fee per pet will be charged to the guest for unauthorized pets on the rental premises.

    c. Parking. Parking shall be permitted in designated areas only. In no event will more than one

    (1) vehicle be parked upon the Leased Premises at any one time. Additional vehicle parking should be available in Town lots for a fee.

    d. Hot Tubs. Guest acknowledges that he/she/they have read the Directions for Hot Tub Care and Usage that have been provided to Guest by the Manager. Guests further acknowledges that neither Manager, its employees, contractors and subcontractors nor the owner of the Leased Premises are not responsible for any bodily harm or injury that may occur by using the hot tub. By entering the hot tub Guest agrees to assume all responsibility for any damage or injury to the hot tub or to Guest or any of Guest's guests or invitees while using the hot tub. If the hot tub components cease to operate during the guest stay we will make every effort to return the tub to full functioning condition as soon as possible. Every hot tub is inspected and treated prior to a guest stay and verified to be in good working order, we will not issue refunds for hot tub situations out of our control. A hot tub clean and drain fee of $100 will be charged to any guest who abuses the hot tub water.

    e. Internet Service. Manager makes no guarantee of continuous internet service during Guest's stay due to user error, down provider services or equipment malfunction. Service is not always reliable. No refunds will be made due to interrupted service.

    f. Appliances. Manager warrants that the Leased Premises and its equipment and appliances are in good working order (unless otherwise disclosed to you in advance) as of the last inspection by our staff. If any household equipment, appliance (including hot tub), system, fixture, device, or element is inoperable upon check-in or becomes inoperable during your stay, please report it promptly to the Manager. Manager will make every effort to have any malfunction, equipment or appliance repaired in a timely manner but cannot always guarantee full or immediate resolution. Guest acknowledges that Manager, its agents, authorized employees or repairmen may enter the Leased Premises for purposes connected with repair, care or maintenance of the Leased Premises and its equipment and appliances. No refunds will be given to Guest for equipment or appliance failure or for any inconvenience or disappointment resulting from Manager's inability to immediately correct a malfunction in the Leased Premises' systems, equipment or appliances. As a guest renting a property from Manager you agree that during your time of occupancy the care and condition of the equipment and appliances in the Leased Premises is your responsibility.

    g. Travel Insurance. Manager will not be held liable for loss or damage due to flight delay or cancellation, poor weather conditions, family illness, road closure, automobile issues, or any other travel related issue. CSA travel insurance is affordable and available online at or by phone through Resort Managers. Please inquire prior to booking about your AIG travel insurance.