The Hotel Telluride, a 59-room boutique Rocky Mountains meets European chalet-style hotel located in the heart of Telluride, Colo. The Hotel Telluride is situated in a box canyon, nestled among the highest concentration of 13,000- and 14,000-foot peaks in North America in the San Juan Mountains (Southwestern Colo.).
The Hotel Telluride's NEW 'Sled & Soak, Ski & Sip' winter alpine adventure package - This 3-night winter package includes champagne upon arrival at The Hotel Telluride, a full day snowmobiling trip (double sleds only) to/from the historic town of Dunton (with thermos filled with choice of tea, coffee or hot chocolate), a gourmet lunch at Dunton Hot Springs (a remote Relais & Châteaux mountain retreat and perfectly restored former mining village); soak in the private, natural hot springs in Dunton and, upon return to The Hotel Telluride, wine & charcuterie by the fireplace. The snowmobile tours take guests to seldom traveled back country with unmatched riding opportunities and scenery. The trails traverse glades, forests and park land between some of the highest peaks in Southwest Colorado, with soaring views of the Wilson Range, Dolores peaks, Little Cone, Lone Cone, the Sneffels Range and the La Sal Mountains of eastern Utah.The package also includes a full day lift ticket for two to Telluride Ski Resort,voted the ‘#1 Ski Resort in North America’ in Condé Nast Traveler's 2016 Readers’ Choice Awards. Following a day of skiing (or boarding), a champagne pairing dinner awaits guests upon return to The Hotel Telluride. The 'Snow & Soak, Ski & Sip' package is available from November 23, 2017 - April 8, 2018 and starts from $3,999 (based on double occupancy). Weather conditions and blackout dates apply. Below is a shot of snowmobiling in Colorado's San Juan Mountains and of Dunton Hot Springs.
At the turn of the century, the Cosmopolitan was the watering hole of choice for the boomtown’s upper crust at 109 E. Colorado Avenue. In 2016, the well-known restaurant now located in the Hotel Columbia at the base of the Oak Street ski lift, celebrated their 20-year anniversary. Nationally recognized for his original approach to food preparation, Chef/Owner Chad Scothorn continues his mission creating the ultimate experience for his patrons. Known locally as “Cosmo”, this restaurant has received the Wine Spectator Award of Excellence for 15 consecutive years. And, this past year introduced interior and outdoor dining upgrades. Serving dinner nightly, the elegantly simple 75-seat restaurant is the perfect place to unwind and enjoy impeccable service and food, while the Cosmopolitan Wine Cellar offers a more private and intimate setting for 10-25 people. Call us to make your next occasion exceptional. Two Blocks from Downtown, just off the Gondola, in Hotel Columbia.
Telluride Ski Resort offers a world-class experience unlike any other mountain resort in the country, period. While the ski terrain is universally lauded, the resort is defined by a collection of unmatched elements. From the exclusivity of the Tempter House to the luxurious cuisines and wine selections of Allred’s and Alpino Vino, you’ll find these scenes are as one-of-a-kind as the San Juan Mountains that surround them. Primarily focused on maintaining and enhancing the intimacy and unique experience, Telluride’s location and size also allow guests to revel in a peaceful atmosphere, where lift lines are nearly non-existent and the people are authentic and friendly. If you love to ski but hate big crowds, then Telluride is the place for you. If you savor grand views of mountains, canyons and small towns, then Telluride is for you. You come here to escape the skyscrapers, the traffic, the ringing cellphones and drama of everyday life. You come to Telluride to breathe