Ratings based on 72 Verified Reviews

They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
3.8 out of 5
83% of guests recommend
4.3 Room cleanliness
3.7 Service & staff
3.8 Room comfort
3.9 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
We double-checked.
5 out of 5
for Families
by A verified traveller from Delta, CO

Excellent condo at the heart of Telluride

Posted 02-Nov-2015
Location: The museum, town park and recreation center (ice skating rink, swimming, skateboarding and children's play areas) and ski gondola are w/in walking.
We only needed accommodations for one night, this condo was the perfect answer. Two beds in the loft plus a sofabed on the main floor provided ample room for our family of 6; a reasonable amount of room (much more than a typical hotel suite) and two balconies - one on each level - made for a pleasant stay. If we had needed more time there, I am certain that we would have been just as comfortable for a longer stay, as well. The hot tub is a rustic wooden tub for comfortable seating of about 8-10 adults; thankfully, we were the only ones there at the time, however, so there was excess room to relax in the tub. And the tub-room overlooks the river for a nice bonus. The condos are only 3 blocks off of Colorado ("Main Street"), so everything was within walking distance for us - food, entertainment and galleries. Plus, the gondola is less than 2 blocks away. There is a nice walking trail which runs along the river and leads to the town park. There was no breakfast served while we were there (we did not expect any, either, but apparently some reviewers did) - but the breakfast room and kitchen are well-equipped, including an under-counter wine-chiller and any type of serving or cooking item that one might *need* while travelling (glasses, bowls and plates, disposable cups, carafe, pans, all in good repair). In the same room is a comfortable couch and there are several tables directly out the french doors for outdoor dining. We'll most definitely be staying at this property again!
5 out of 5
for Everyone
by A verified traveller from austin, tx

Relaxing and comfortable

Posted 05-Oct-2015
Great location and close to everything. Amazing sounds right on the stream. Right at the base of a hiking trail. Have to check in off site.
2 out of 5
by A verified traveller

Frat house digs in great location

Posted 05-Sep-2015
Rustic, dated, in need of redo... Great location but seriously old school digs
3 out of 5
for Everyone
by A verified traveller from Seattle

Convenient location, picturesque setting

Posted 09-Aug-2015
Pros: Location and rates.
Cons: Check~in was not ideal.
Location: Main Street, gondola and City Park are all close.
Check-in staff is not onsite, but the process was still pretty easy. Our room had a small sitting room and bathroom downstairs. The sleeping area was in a loft above. Certainly not a lot of extra floor space but it was comfortable and functional. Only two short blocks to the heart of Main Street or to the base of the gondola. No daily room service but we didn't need it anyway. Reasonable rates for Telluride. We would stay here again.
1 out of 5
by A verified traveller from Arizona

Inconvenient hotel next to the river.

Posted 05-Aug-2015
Pros: It was clean.
Cons: Accurate and truthful advertising.
Location: Mountain Village, a short ride on a free gondola is interesting and well laid out, however Telluride lacks the charm one would expect.
Never has a hotel been more misrepresented on Expedia. Free parking was advertised, however nothing was mentioned about parking being free in a 6 block square area (if you can find a spot). We were forced to carry all our bags to the room from 3 blocks away. Once in the room, we were faced with about 180 sq feet of useable space with a stairway leading up to the loft as part of it. No closet or any space to hang clothes. The sink was at the bottom of the stairs, not in the bathroom. A small love seat was situated across from the stairs, with a view of the stairs only. No comfortable seating space for drinks or conversation. For conversation, one sat on the stairs while one sat on the love seat. The picture of the space on line showed a kitchen area. The kitchen consisted of a coffee pot next to the love seat and a refrigerator under the stairs. You had to bend over and watch your head to access it. I definitely would never stay here again.
5 out of 5
for Couples
by Colleen from NY, NY

Best place to stay in Telluride

Posted 01-Apr-2015 on Hotels
This place is in an absolutely perfect location. The room is smaller than I expected, but you are only there to sleep. Speaking of, the bed was the most comfortable bed I've ever slept on. My next mattress purchase will be a memory foam one based upon this stay. The breakfast was appropriate for pre skiing activities but each day it seemed like they ran out of a new item but usually had an alternative option (toast, mini bagels, hard boiled eggs, cereal, mini muffins, coffee, milk, juice). The man that checked us in was quite cold to me and not very friendly, thats why I rated it less for hotel service. The old redwood hot tub looked a bit grimy but it was simply amazing, it was so cool to use such a hot tub, not to mention it was just perfect to fix those sore post skiing muscles.
2 out of 5
for Business Travellers
by John from Colorado Springs

Not for me

Posted 20-Feb-2015 on Hotels
probably nice for skiers but not for me. you have to check in at a building 1/2 mile away. parking is a cruel prank and TV reception was terrible. broken patio door, no housekeeping and no table or desk in the room. its a b&b so it would be OK if this was a leisure trip, and if you consider a granola bar as breakfast.
1 out of 5
by A verified traveller from CO

Sheets were filthy, used and not changed!

Posted 19-Feb-2015
Had to carry luggage across bridge on ice and no lights at one end, dangerous !
3 out of 5
for Getaway With Friends
by A verified traveller

Ski Trek

Posted 09-Jan-2015 on Hotels
Enjoyed how close the lodge was to the lift but the room was never cleaned during our entire stay.
4 out of 5
for Business Travellers
by A verified traveller

Nice lodge

Posted 16-Sep-2014 on Hotels
Great place to stay--feels like out in the woods but only two blocks from the main street. Room doors had numbered keypads to get in but no ability to deadbolt from the inside nor safety latch, which made some in our party feel unsafe/uncomfortable (because anyone with the door code could enter).