Camel's Garden Hotel250 W. San Juan Ave., Telluride 3.5 out of 5.0
Located in the mountains, this ski-in/ski-out hotel in Telluride is within a 10-minute walk of Gondola Line and Town Park and close to winter sports such as ...
Nice room - walk to town- right by gondola to ski village
The Victorian Inn401 W Pacific Ave, Telluride 3.5 out of 5.0
Located near the slopes, this Telluride inn is in the city center, within a 5-minute walk of San Miguel County Courthouse and Gondola Line, and close to winter ...
Nice convenient location, to restaurants and shopping.
Inn at Lost Creek119 Lost Creek Lane, Telluride 4.0 out of 5.0
Located at the center of Telluride Mountain Village, this ski-in/ski-out hotel is 100 yards from Telluride's free public gondola system that offers 15-minutes ...
Service was the best I've ever received. From valet and luggage service, to restaurant recommendations, everything was impeccable. The room was magnificent; exceptionally clean and comfortable. All the little extras helped make it a great experience; it was unfortunate we could only stay for one ...
Mountain Lodge at Telluride - A Noble House Resort457 Mountain Village Boulevard, Telluride 4.0 out of 5.0
This rustic resort is centrally located in the Mountain Village and tucked into a forested area between the Double Cabin and Village Bypass ski runs, 250 yards ...
We really enjoyed our stay; had a nice view of the mountains from our room. Recommend the junior suite, although the mattress needed to be replaced. Ski-in ski-out access requires walking down a short but steep path to the slope. Would stay again.
Mountainside Inn333 S Davis St, Telluride 2.5 out of 5.0
Offering ski-in/ski-out access, this hotel in Telluride is in the mountains, within a 10-minute walk of Palm Theatre and Gondola Line, and close to winter activities ...
Very small rooms. Room service didn't come once over 5 days to clean. It's really close to the lift, and for the price it's a good value overall.
New Sheridan Hotel231 W. Colorado Ave., Telluride 3.5 out of 5.0
This 3-story hotel is located on Telluride's main thoroughfare, 2 blocks from Station Telluride and the Oak Street Gondola Plaza. Bridal Veil Falls and Telluride ...
Very nice hotel, excellent location for exploring Telluride. We parked our car when we got there and didn't move it until we left 5 days later. No need to. Telluride is a small mountain town and has enough to do without driving anywhere which is great because finding a parking spot can be tough, ...
The Angler Inn22332 Hwy 145, Placerville 3.0 out of 5.0
Situated in the mountains, this inn is within 16 mi (25 km) of Deep Creek Trail, Palm Theatre, and San Miguel County Courthouse. Telluride Ski Resort and Sheridan ...
Basic hotel and amenities for the same price as some hotels in T-ride with more amenities. Restaurant has good food but they could improve on the continental breakfast being the same as a Motel 6 continental breakfast. Maybe a hot breakfast would really impress the guests since they have a full kitchen ...
The Peaks Resort and Spa136 Country Club Drive, Telluride 4.0 out of 5.0
Perched on the slopes of Mountain Village, guests can ski in and out from the property's 187 ski trails and 2,000 skiable acres. A short gondola ride brings ...
It was a quick last minute stay that was just perfect.
The Hotel Telluride199 North Cornet Street, Telluride 4.0 out of 5.0
Set a half-block off Colorado Avenue—Telluride's main street—this hotel is a half-mile from Oak Street Plaza, station for the free, 13-minute gondola ride to ...
Beautiful place. It's about an 8 minute walk to the main strip of Telluride. Ask for extra pillows.
Madeline Hotel and Residences568 Mountain Village Blvd, Telluride 4.5 out of 5.0
Located in the mountains, this ski-in/ski-out hotel in Mountain Village is within a 10-minute walk of Village Express and Telluride Ski Resort and close to winter ...
Really loved the hotel, its staff and the location.
Hotels in Telluride, Colorado
Telluride is tucked away in Colorado’s southwest corner. The city’s historic roots, spectacular scenery, proximity to world-class skiing and vibrant downtown area have made this a place where celebrities, locals and tourists all come together to enjoy all the city has to offer. In addition to luxurious Telluride hotels, gourmet eateries and eclectic art galleries, the city offers a laid-back lifestyle that is centered on the great outdoors. Remember to visit Orbitz.com when you’re ready to make your travel arrangements. You’ll get access to the best-available prices on hotels, car rentals and flights in an easy-to-use interface.
Telluride’s downtown area is the city’s hub, and this is where you’ll find most of the quaint boutiques, gourmet restaurants and lively bars. Arts and culture are alive and well here, culminating with an annual Jazz Festival, and the Victorian-era architecture and eclectic locals give the area its unique personality.
The Victorian Inn (victorianinntelluride.com) is one of the few independently owned hotels in Telluride. The inn is located less than one block from historic Main Street, putting most of the downtown area attractions within walking distance. It offers an on-site sauna, complimentary continental breakfast and accommodations ranging from single rooms to detached cottages. Rates start at $89 per night.
The New Sheridan Hotel (newsheridan.com) brings a bit of the Old West to Telluride. It opened its doors in 1891, just four years after Telluride was founded, and it has been in continuous operation ever since. The hotel’s rooms and suites are luxurious, featuring Egyptian cotton sheets, heated bathroom floors and in-room spa treatments. Rates start at $149 per night.
Depot and West Telluride Neighborhoods
West Telluride is a bit quieter than the downtown area, but still within reach of all of the city’s attractions. It is bordered on the south by Depot Street that meanders along the riverfront. Head to the gondola station on Oak Street, and you can take a breathtaking 13-mile gondola ride through the mountains to nearby Mountain Village.
The Hotel Columbia (columbiatelluride.com) is located on Depot Avenue near the downtown area and within walking distance of the gondola station. The plain brick façade belies the level of sophistication found in the hotel’s guest rooms, suites and penthouses. After a long day on the slopes, you’ll enjoy snuggling on the pillow-top mattresses with soft down comforters as you enjoy a selection of snacks and beverages from the honor bar or room service from the on-site restaurant. Room rates start at $175 per night.
The Hotel Telluride (thehoteltelluride.com) is located in the northwest corner of the west Telluride neighborhood, making it well-suited for those who want to avoid the bustle of the downtown area. The hotel’s restaurant, The Nook, offers a breakfast buffet, freshly baked cookies every afternoon and a quiet, après-ski dinner each night. Rooms and suites are available starting at $129 per night.
A Wonderful Winter Getaway
Whether you want to enjoy a weekend of winter sports or just rub elbows with the rich and famous, Telluride is the place to be. In the off-season, Telluride offers spectacular mountain views, hiking and biking trails and plenty of festivals and summer events that will make you want to come back for more. Remember to visit Orbitz.com when you are ready to make your travel arrangements so that you can access the best Telluride hotels, low-priced air tickets and affordable rental cars.
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