While Brighton offers a small number of on-mountain rooms, the resort is dedicated more to skiing and riding than to a top-notch lodging experience.
Brighton may not be a true resort destination due to its lack of extensive lodging options and full resort experience. While the resort does offer a handful of rooms at affordable rates at the base lodge, most guests are better off staying elsewhere and either driving themselves or riding on the fairly reliable public transportation that whisk skiers from all over the city up to the mountain they fancy. Thankfully, due to the resort’s proximity to downtown, the ride is short and visitors are presented with the large variety of lodging options that a big city comes with. Accommodations at condo areas down the road at the neighboring Solitude Resort are also a possibility for guests looking to stay close to the slopes.