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Best of Telluride Lodging

The Hotel Telluride

A downtown hotel with a decidedly New West feel.

The Hotel Telluride exudes a decidedly New West feel, beginning with the giant exposed log beams and massive antler chandelier in the sunny lobby. Each of its 59 rooms has an oversized marble bathroom, thick monogrammed bathrobes, and a bed piled high with feather comforters and down pillows. After your ski day, visit the spa for a massage, or park yourself at an antique pub table at the Bistro for an aperitif before strolling a couple blocks to Main Street for dinner.
Telluride, Colorado | 866.468.3501 | thehotelteulluride.com

Inn at Lost Creek

Inn at Lost Creek
inn at lost creek hotel
Try cooking your own homemade gourmet meal in your kitchen's suite using the Inn's "cook-along menus."

You’ll feel right at home in one of the 32 condo-style rooms at the hotel. Each suite has a washer and dryer, so you can pack a little lighter for your ski vacation, and you can cook gourmet meals in your full kitchen with the Inn’s “cook-along menus,” which come with detailed recipes and ingredients ready to prepare. At the 9545 restaurant and bar, they understand just how hard it is to walk around in ski boots, so they came up with a solution: loaner slippers for guests—genius.
Telluride, Colorado | 970.728.5678 | innatlostcreek.com

Lumiere

Lumiere

Modern comes to Telluride’s Mountain Village, but it’s not just modern in décor. Lumière, which opened in December 2008, adopts a different way of thinking about hotel service. For one, there’s no front desk. Each guest is escorted directly to his or her room, which already has a fire burning in the hearth and a glass of wine waiting on the counter. The units are all suites and range from one to four bedrooms, each with a kitchen, gas fireplace and flatscreen TV, though considering every room has a view of the San Juans, you likely won’t even turn it on. $319–$2,549; lumieretelluride.com

Relax as soon as you get to your hotel room with a fire burning and a glass of wine waiting.

Modern comes to Telluride’s Mountain Village, but it’s not just modern in décor. Lumiere, which opened in December 2008, adopts a different way of thinking about hotel service. For one, there’s no front desk. Each guest is escorted directly to his or her room, which already has a fire burning in the hearth and a glass of wine waiting on the counter. The units are all suites and range from one to four bedrooms, each with a kitchen, gas fireplace and flatscreen TV, though considering every room has a view of the San Juans, you likely won’t even turn it on.

Capella

Capella

A newcomer to Telluride’s Mountain Village, Capella opened at the end of last season. It’s the first U.S. hotel in the luxury chain’s portfolio. Attentive service, including a personal assistant stationed in the Capella Living Room lounge, maintains an intimate feel despite the lodge’s 100 guestrooms and 60 condos. Rooms are generous, with extra storage and large bathrooms with soaking tubs. Evenings, guests hit the Suede Bar for cocktails then head to Onyx for sophisticated mountain-inspired fare or out the door to the gondola and down to Telluride’s downtown. The heated pool, hot tub and fireplace lounge are equally satisfying ways to end a day.

$295–$3,800

capellatelluride.com

A newcomer to Telluride’s Mountain Village.

A newcomer to Telluride’s Mountain Village, Capella opened at the end of last season. It’s the first U.S. hotel in the luxury chain’s portfolio. Attentive service, including a personal assistant stationed in the Capella Living Room lounge, maintains an intimate feel despite the lodge’s 100 guestrooms and 60 condos. Rooms are generous, with extra storage and large bathrooms with soaking tubs. Evenings, guests hit the Suede Bar for cocktails then head to Onyx for sophisticated mountain-inspired fare or out the door to the gondola and down to Telluride’s downtown.

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