The Bivouac, or the Bivvi, is revolutionizing the Breckenridge lodging scene with high-end hostel accommodations. Six of the Bivvi's ten rooms are classic hotel rooms, while four are what they call "contemporary hostel." This means $45-a-person bunk beds made from Norwegian Pine and decorated with personal reading lanterns and privacy curtains. Each room comes with a private bathroom, a mountain-view balcony, and well-done hipster decor (just check out the blue antler chandelier). Expect tables made from Colorado Pine Beetle Kill (a fancy new design trend), and steel accents fabricated from local metal smiths. And even though this boutique hostel is half the size of most fancy hotels, guests can still enjoy a ten person hot tub, free parking, and a complimentary breakfast. Initial reviews look good, so tell us Curbediverse, are you into the luxury hostel thing?
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