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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

Stoweflake Mountain Resort

A AAA rated, four-diamond resort in the shadow of Mount Mansfield.

This AAA rated four-diamond luxury resort lies in the shadow of Mount Mansfield in Stowe, Vermont. Wake up in your luxury room complete with a fireplace and a view of the mountains and you’ll feel ready to tackle whatever challenges the day throws your way. Eat breakfast at one of the resort’s two award-winning restaurants, and head to the mountain with nothing on your mind but the day of powder skiing ahead. Enjoy the Stoweflake in any season, it has indoor and outdoor pools, kids adventure programs, sports facilities, skiing, snowshoeing, biking, hiking, and two golf courses.

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.

Teton Mountain Lodge

Slopeside and super close to Grand Teton National Park, Teton Mountain Lodge exemplifies the idea of Western elegance.

Slopeside and super close to Grand Teton National Park, Teton Mountain Lodge exemplifies the idea of Western elegance. When you first walk into the lobby, you’ll feel right at home between the friendly staff and warm atmosphere. The rooms are gorgeous and large with valley views, especially ones above the third floor. Make sure to soak in the roof top Jacuzzi at least once and work out the kinks in your calves in their extensive exercise area. After a hard day of skiing, the lively après ski atmosphere at the Cascade Restaurant and Bar is great and filled with locals.

The Alpine House

The Alpine House
The Alpine House
Owned by two former Olympic athletes, the Alpine House is charming and convenient.

The Alpine House is a small, 22-room hotel located just two blocks from the main square in town that is intimate as well as convenient. The owners, Hans and Nancy Johnstone, both former Olympic athletes, are accommodating and friendly. The Swiss-chalet ambiance the couple has attempted to recreate is incredibly cozy. Feel free to lounge around in the library while you peruse a novel and watch the snow fall. If you need to be connected at all times, beware: Wi-Fi is spotty. But, if you enjoy being disconnected for a little while and not checking your email, this place is perfect.

Wyoming Inn of Jackson Hole

Wyoming Inn of Jackson Hole
wyoming inn
A relaxing, convenient place to stay that won't break your budget.

If you are looking for a place to relax without having to spend a boatload of money during the high season, Wyoming Inn of Jackson Hole is great. The lobby is beautifully decorated with deep leather furniture, warm rugs, a huge stone fireplace, and antler chandelier. The front desk is has a big-horned sheep beautifully carved into it, which sets the Western mood right from the very beginning. The theme continues in each of the rooms with large wooden armoires and plush, warm furniture and bedspreads. Pay a little extra and get a fireplace, sitting area, Jacuzzi, or kitchen in your room.

Escala Lodge

Escala Lodge

This tasteful rough-sawn cedar and stone lodge just opened this year. With 77 one- through four-bedroom residences, the all-suite property prides itself on offering roomy options for families with easy slope and village access. Each unit has a full kitchen with granite counters and wide-plank maple floors. Stone hearths grace the living rooms and many of the master bedrooms. Amenities include heated outdoor pool and hot tubs, saunas, fitness center and ski valet. All suites have a patio or a balcony, where guests will be so close to the Sunrise Quad they’ll want to hop on.

$684–$1,758

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A beautiful cedar and stone lodge with many luxury amenities.

This tasteful rough-sawn cedar and stone lodge opened in 2009. With 77 one- through four-bedroom residences, the all-suite property prides itself on offering roomy options for families with easy slope and village access. Each unit has a full kitchen with granite counters and wide-plank maple floors. Stone hearths grace the living rooms and many of the master bedrooms. Amenities include heated outdoor pool and hot tubs, saunas, fitness center and ski valet. All suites have a patio or a balcony, where guests will be so close to the Sunrise Quad they’ll want to hop on.

Park Hyatt

Park Hyatt

The Appeal Family-embracing luxury is what the Hyatt does best, with s’mores happy hour by the firepits from 4 to 5 p.m. daily and casks of cocoa in the lobby. But there’s plenty of grown-up appeal in the tasteful rooms, two-story Allegria Spa—which received a $12 million expansion in 2006—and the new 8100 Mountainside Grill.

Specs 167 rooms and 23 suites; $199–$5,500 

Room to Book Ask for a king room that connects to a double—an ideal family option.

Contact beavercreek.hyatt.com

This hotel is perfect for the whole family.

Family-embracing luxury is what the Hyatt does best, with s’mores happy hour by the fire pits from 4 to 5 p.m. daily and casks of cocoa in the lobby. But there’s plenty of grown-up appeal in the tasteful rooms, two-story Allegria Spa—which received a $12 million expansion in 2006— and the new 8100 Mountainside Grill. This hotel has 167 rooms and 23 suites; ask for a king room that connects to a double—an ideal family option.
Beaver Creek, Colorado | 970.949.1234 | Beavercreek.hyatt.com

Hotel Columbia Telluride

Hotel Columbia Telluride
Hotel Columbia Telluride
Ski for free this winter with the hotel's "stay three ski free" package.

You’ll feel like you have your own personal tour guide at this intimate 21-room hotel that offers everything from single hotel rooms to three-bedroom suites. Your stay includes a complimentary buffet every morning—a far cry from the likes of the continental breakfast of most hotels—so stock up on fresh quiche, pastries, and juices. At night, the Cosmopolitan Restaurant offers award winning fusion cuisine such as Lobster Corn Dogs and Alaskan Barbequed Salmon.

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