Best Hotels In Telluride
Hotels For Every Budget
"Hotel, Motel, Holiday..." Wait a second, it's just Hotels. And there is no Holiday Inn.
It’s no secret that there’s no shortage of places to stay in Telluride— just take a good look at Mountain Village as you float on by, gondola style!
Knowing how to narrow down Telluride’s hotel options can be a bit of a mystery… Unless you’ve waited until the last minute to book. If that’s the case, things just got a lot more simple, and you can head over to the Camping in Telluride guide. Just kidding, kind of.
Check out this list of Telluride hotels that we’ve sorted from the big and bougie, to the cozy and lowkey to help you find the perfect stay.
A Dash of Ritz
Creatively named and located in the heart of town, this hotel offers all the comforts of home and then some! Complimentary concierge, gondola shuttle, town shuttle, bike cruisers (in summer), fitness center, outdoor hot tubs, sundeck, ski valet & storage, underground parking and wireless internet. They also have a restaurant on sight with a daily hot breakfast and dinner service (seasonally).Learn More
Bougie, But Make it Colorado
As the name might suggest, this stay provides the ultimate experience when staying in the alpine. Located midway to Telluride Mountain, we cannot lie that Mountain Lodge is downright majestic! With pet friendly rooms, a relaxing pool and outdoor jacuzzi, along with premium spa services, the Mountain Lodge feels like a true vacation.
Modern and Cozy
Smack dab in Gondola Plaza, the Camel’s Garden is the closest hotel to a ski lift in the world! Attached to the hotel is a southern-inspired restaurant, along with a bar where complimentary wine and cheese is served. Close to downtown and walking distance to the serene San Miguel River, the Camel’s Garden Hotel provides a mountain escape right in town.Learn More
The OG of Telluride Hotels! Located on Main Street in the heart of town, the New Sheridan is a top choice for locale and Victorian vibes. This century-old lodge offers 26 rooms and suites, each with great views and unique 19th century designs. With two bars and a delectable chop house restaurant, the New Sheridan is worth a visit even if you’re not staying here.
Lowkey and Relaxed
The Victoria Inn is the top choice for charm and feeling right at home. Conveniently located in town, this hotel provides complimentary breakfast, comfortable outdoor amenities with a hot tub and fire pit, bike racks, and on-site laundry. There’s also a cottage and small house available to book for bigger crews! The Victoria Inn is a smaller lodge, so be sure to book well in advance if you’re interested in staying here.Learn More
Best Price in Telluride
Want to stay on the mountain side? How about a short walk from lift #7? Without breaking the bank? The Telluride MountainSide Inn is where you wanna be. With options for suites with kitchens, or just a classic place to lay your head, this hotel is a great (and very popular) option.Learn More
Ball on a Budget
Telluride’s one and only hostel! Located a short drive from town, the Bivvi is a perfect budget option— although it won’t feel like it by any means. Modern rooms, gear storage, free continental breakfast, a bar and restaurant, comfortable lounge, an outdoor deck with hot tubs make this the ultimate spot to meet other like-minded adventurers.
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