Hotels in Colorado
Surrounded by the 14,000-foot peaks of the San Juan Mountains and adjacent to more than 60,000 acres of national forest, Elk Mountain is like camp for grown-ups.
With an outdoor hot tub and ski-in location at the base of the American Eagle chairlift, Copper One Lodge is well-situated for ski season guests. The privately owned units range from studios to one- and two-bedroom condos, all decorated in varying styles.
The Limelight Lodge is centrally located across from Wagner Park and three blocks from the 1A lift at Aspen Mountain. Once a 1950’s folk bar, the four-story, 126-guest room property was renovated and reopened in 2008 as a ski lodge.
It’s a winter wonderland at this Bavarian-style mansion in northern Colorado, where impeccable service includes Steamboat Spring’s only slope-side ski valet (for storing your gear after a day on the mountain).
Located at the base of Snowmass Mountain, these luxury condominiums are vacation rentals with ski-in/ski-out access to Assay Hill and Elk Camp Gondola.
The premier accommodations on offer at the Lodge at Vail, the Game Creek Chalet is an ultra exclusive retreat for skiers seeking additional luxury and privacy.
Located on the edge of Telluride village, the five-story, 32-suite Inn at Lost Creek has some of the characteristics of a lodge — fieldstone terraced outside, exposed beams, a stone-surrounded fireplace in the lobby, and onsite dining.
Renaissance Revival building filled with theater memorabilia, including a costume worn by Annette Bening in a Denver Center Theatre Company production.
Guests enjoy free use of the mineral pools; book a facial or massage in the serene spa before retiring to your room with its western landscape paintings and contemporary mountain-rustic décor.
Set against the dramatic backdrop of the Rocky Mountains, Peaceful Valley is one of the oldest and largest ranches in Colorado, surrounded by open pastures, towering aspen trees, and the St. Vrain River.
Located at the base of Beaver Creek Mountain in Colorado’s Vail Valley, this sprawling, 72-suite property is known for its contemporary take on the area’s rustic, mountain vibe.
Inspired by Aspen’s classic Victorian architecture, the Hyatt Grand Aspen is easily recognizable by its brick façade and turrets.
Bold faces have been jockeying for rooms at the $75 million property, which upped Denver's glamour quotient when it opened in 2008.
An exclusive, members-only rental and ownership community located along the Roaring Fork River, the Roaring Fork Club is home to 48 handcrafted log cabins and offers unprecedented access to golf and fishing.
A little more out-of-the way and a lot more down-to-earth than the bigger Colorado ski resorts, Powderhorn doesn't have a huge number of trails or an upscale lodge. It does, however, offer affordable family fun, shorter than average lift lines, and incredible views.