Everything from staff to room was excellent. I even found the last room for Friday for the Snowdown festival. It cost a bit but worth every penny. Room service menu was missing from the room would be my only "compliant"
The staff could not be more courteous, pleasant and hospitable! We have friends that live in Durango and they recommended we stay here. We will definitely stay here again. Perfect location to the main part of Old Durango. You can walk to all the shops, restaurants, train station, etc.! The breakfast ...
Originally settled as a railroad town, Durango is now a mountain paradise with hundreds of excellent opportunities for outdoor activities. The options for hotels in Durango are just as numerous, with everything from luxury, mountainside resorts, to budget and family hotels.
The most famous event in Durango is the annual Snowdown Festival, featuring amazing fireworks. All hotels in Durango will provide information on how to best enjoy this experience.
Despite its small size, Durango hotels and the nearby mountain resorts are known for offering excellent dining opportunities to fit any budget. A table at the Ore House Restaurant is a safe pick for great food and atmosphere.
Mesa Verde National Park, a UNESCO world heritage site, is famous for its cliff dwellings made by the Pueblo Indians. The nearby mountains offer something for every outdoor enthusiast, from rock climbing, kayaking, mountain biking, to fishing, hiking, and camping. The town is also home to the Durango-Silverton National Heritage Railway, which travels from Silverton and back.
Head to the Durango mall or explore the smaller craft shops. There are plenty of opportunities to shop for outdoor and sports equipment; Pine Needle Mountaineering is one of the best shops the town has to offer.
Durango is near five major ski resorts, so guests can ski and snowboard as much as they wish. For travelers needing lessons Durango Mountain Resort is a great pick.
Nice place but never saw any staff. Had to find managers apt and get keys from a box outside her door. Not a big deal but kind of frustrating after a long day on the road.
Friendly staff and excellent customer service! We loved our stay!!
This property is showing its age, but makes up for it with a beautiful setting, charming rustic rooms with a fireplace you can actually enjoy a fire in, a good breakfast and fun attentive staff. We stayed here a few days while enjoying the fall leaves up the Million Dollar Highway and the ruins at Mesa Verde. We enjoyed our stay immensely and would definitely stay here again. If you're into impeccable rooms with polished marble bathrooms and concierge service, don't stay here, you'll hate it. But, if you're a bit more relaxed, love a rustic homey environment and a little adventure go for it, you'll be glad you did.
Accommodations were great and the facilities were outstanding, especially the restaurants. Lots of summer activities (e.g., scenic ski lifts, miniature golf, alpine slide, zipline, and others), but those activities aren't cheap. All shopping in the village is ski and apparel related, which makes sense, but boring.