Mountain Village Hotels
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Hotel Madeline Telluride

Hotel Madeline Telluride Rating: 4.5 Pearls

The luxurious Hotel Madeline has a great Mountain Village location next to the skating rink and within easy walking distance of restaurants and bars. This hotel offers 84 rooms, 12 suites, and 10 condos that all have big, spectacular bathrooms with deep soaking tubs and separate stall showers. Condos are the most spacious option, with full gourmet kitchens and washer/dryers. The Madeline is one of the only hotels in the area with a fully indoor pool and Jacuzzi, and it even has a spa on-site with five treatment rooms. The two restaurants are also a plus: the more formal farm-to-table restaurant, M's, and the M-Bar, a cozy gastropub. With a big fitness center, ski storage/valet, and easy access to the slopes, this hotel is an amenities-packed option in Mountain Village.
Lumiere Hotel

Lumiere Hotel Rating: 4.5 Pearls

This stylish boutique hotel offers some of the most luxurious accommodations in Mountain Village. Handsome hotel rooms and condo-style units (with up to four bedrooms) offer a sophisticated, modern take on mountain decor, and all come with kitchenettes or full kitchens, as well as decadent bathrooms. It's a small property, with only 29 rooms, and the amenities don't compare to those at the enormous Peaks Resort, or to those at the comparably luxurious Hotel Madeline. But there is a cozy on-site bar serving sushi, a fitness center (though it's a bit dark, and has limited equipment), a tiny outdoor pool, and a Jacuzzi. There's no full spa, but the property does have a single massage room, and in-room treatments are available.
Mountain Lodge at Telluride

Mountain Lodge at Telluride Rating: 4.0 Pearls

Located in Mountain Village, Mountain Lodge at Telluride is a classic Colorado mountain getaway. This log-cabin style lodge offers spacious condo and cabin rentals for groups from two to 14 people. Most rooms have kitchens, gas fireplaces, and private balconies in addition to small touches like humidifiers to battle the dry Colorado air. One highlight of this hotel is the year-round outdoor pool and hot tub with sweeping mountain views. A cozy restaurant, called the View, has a huge fireplace and plenty of space to lounge over a local beer. Additional perks here include a small fitness center, steamrooms, and free Wi-Fi.
The Peaks Resort and Spa

The Peaks Resort and Spa Rating: 4.0 Pearls

The upscale Peaks Resort and Spa, which has a great ski-in, ski-out Mountain Village location, is one of the largest and most amenity-packed properties in the area. The numerous features include a huge 42,000 square foot spa and fitness center with Pilates and yoga studio; golf course; tennis courts; and two on-site restaurants. Families will likely appreciate the indoor/outdoor pool with a waterslide, indoor rock climbing wall, and organized kids' programs. The 161 sophisticated rooms offer fantastic mountain views and free Wi-Fi. But be prepared for hidden fees, including a resort fee and daily valet parking fee.
Inn at Lost Creek

Inn at Lost Creek Rating: 4.0 Pearls

The Inn at Lost Creek is located near the gondola in Mountain Village. This upscale inn offers just 32 suites and a quiet atmosphere. All units include a full equipped kitchen (or kitchenette in the studios), updated bathrooms with marble vanities and soaking tubs, and fireplaces. Guests can relax in two rooftop hot tubs with excellent mountain views or take advantage of on-site Christy Sports for ski and snowboard rentals. While the inn lacks a fitness center or pool, guests can use the indoor pool and fitness center at Hotel Madeline. A restaurant, 9545, is open seasonally for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. With free Wi-Fi and a variety of unit sizes, this inn is a good Mountain Village pick.
The Peaks See Forever Rentals

The Peaks See Forever Rentals Rating: 4.0 Pearls

The Peaks See Forever Rentals in Mountain Village offers great luxury accommodations for groups and families, including stand-alone cabin rentals and two- to four-bedroom condo units. Guests can access facilities at the neighboring sister property, Peaks Resort & Spa, including restaurants, a fitness center, a spa with 32 treatment rooms, and two pools -- but expect to pay a hefty resort fee. Rates in the winter can be steep, so it may be worth comparing prices with luxury competitors such as Lumiere Hotel and Hotel Madeline Telluride.


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