Urgo Hotels, Triumph Development begins construction on Residence Inn in Breckenridge, Colo.

A joint venture partnership between Urgo Hotels & Resorts and Triumph Development, began construction on a 129-suite, custom-designed Residence Inn by Marriott in the heart of Breckenridge, Colo. Set to open in the fall of 2016, it will be the first new hotel built in Breckenridge in more than 20 years and is the first Marriott-branded hotel in the market. Urgo and Triumph will oversee the development of the hotel and Urgo will operate the hotel.

The custom-designed, three-story property is centrally located on a 2.6-acre parcel at 600 South Ridge Street, across the street from the Village Base Area and QuickSilver Chair Lift at the southern end of Main Street. The hotel is in the heart of the city’s retail/social district with more than 75 bars and restaurants and 160-plus shops and boutiques within an easy walking distance.

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The hotel was designed to showcase the surrounding mountains. Two-story, floor-to-ceiling windows are present in the lobby, while the lobby bar has comfortable seating areas opening onto an outdoor terrace with stunning views of the Tenmile Mountain Range. A year-round, heated outdoor pool and patio also provide views over the town and the surrounding valley.

The hotel will provide ski lockers and a ski valet service that will provide seamless ski drop off at the hotel and pick up at mountainside. All custom-designed suites will offer full kitchenettes and sitting areas.

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