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What We Love

  • Keystone Resort’s three peaks and five powder bowls
  • Heated outdoor pool and hot tub complex
  • Snake River, Keystone Lake and mountain views

What To Know

  • The hotel is located at the Lakeside Village
  • Keystone is a quieter village than rowdy Breckenridge, 30 minutes down the road
  • Private shuttle to the base of River Run, with free ski check access next to the gondola
  • The hotel is dog-friendly

Amenities

  •  Bar
  •  Free WiFi
  •  Gym
  •  Parking On Site
  •  Pet-friendly
  •  Pool
  •  Restaurant
  •  Spa
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Overview

Full-service mountain pads putting Summit County’s snowiest slopes at your ski tips

The Look

Tucked along the Snake River and Keystone Lake in the Lakeside Village, this 152-key lodge is a full service hotel in a sea of condos, creating an idyllic mountain escape for families and romantics alike. Natural materials and western décor are pervasive, starting with the large river stone fireplace and massive antler chandelier in the Bighorn Lounge.

Bed and Bath

Guestrooms range from intimate digs to split-level lofts; many offer fantastic river and mountain views. Bathrooms are spacious and modern, outfitted with comfy tub/shower combos. The décor reflects the alpine environment thanks to wood furnishings and rich hues of merlot and forest green.

Beyond

After a day playing in the mountains, the 10,000-square-foot spa is a treat complete with heated outdoor pool, hot tubs, steam room, dry sauna and fitness studio. Let the High Country Stone Massage penetrate sore muscles, or opt for a Sun & Snow facial to repair and protect damaged skin with a natural fruit acid peel followed by a chilled herbal mask and full body massage.

In the Area

Keystone Resort’s 3,148 acres cascade down three peaks with five alpine bowls, a top tier terrain park, Colorado’s best night skiing and access to pristine sidecountry. After a day on the hill, après close to your lodge at Bighorn Bistro where the suds are local and the burgers are big. Be sure to make reservations well in advance at the award winning Ski Tip Lodge Restaurant where a seasonal four-course feast is served in a late 18th century log and stone stagecoach stop.

How to Get There

Keystone Lodge & Spa by Keystone Resort
22101 US Highway 6
Keystone, CO 80435 United States

Reviews

Nice hotel with a view
foodlovergirlny

I stayed for business, walking distance to their conference call by about 10 minutes. They only have valet parking, and the parking lot is really small. I was recommended to park in a large outside parking lot (free of charge) by the conference call, which is what I did.

The hotel lobby staffs were very friendly and helpful. The lobby was pretty and large, with nice amount of chairs. The lobby where you check in is located on 5th floor, which feel strange, since it was the ground floor from the parking... The sense of height is kind of all messed up here.

The shape of the lodge itself is very long, so I had to walk quite far to get to my room from the entrance/exit every day.

The room was a nice size with a huge armoire instead of a closet. Interesting... They had a humidifier in the armoire which was awesome since it is quite dry here. But, it didn’t have any instruction on how to use this particular type of humidifier. It would’ve have been helpful. The room had adjoining door with next room, which I don't like to have...but it was ok, no issues during my stay. The walls are paper thin though, I could here people walking and talking in the hallway.

The room had a balcony with a great view. I enjoyed sitting out there to relax every evening. The AC was not working, even it was summertime. Maybe intentionally? It was kind of warm in the room, but since the outside was the perfect temperature, I kept the door to the balcony open to let the cool air in.

The lodge has many levels (floors) but it was handicap accessible. There were some eateries attached to the lodge, but not many options right there. I do not recommend eating at Edgewater Café, horrible food and horrible service. Other than that, it was a pleasant stay for a short business trip.

Great stay
romanpiekosz

Keystone Lodge and Spa is a great place.
You can rest well, you can take a long walk along the nearby trail or you can ride a bike.
There is hot tub, swimming pool and many other attractions.
There are few restaurants and bar. There is also gift shop with grocery store right by the hotel's entrance.
The service was great. Room was comfortable, the bathrooms were very clean and well equipped. We were very satisfied.
We kept our bikes in the storage room to have better and quicker access to them in the morning.
I strongly recommend this place.
RomanP

Fun Getaway for a night
dbandel

My husband had a work meeting so i went along. Check in was very fast easy and the staff was very kind. They even had little snacks while you checked in ( gronola bars)
The bellman was a bit interesting-- we were struggling with our bags and I just had foot surgery so I was walking on my heel with a boot on, he didnt help at all. He actually walked away-- but it was ok.
Room was large and very clean and comfy. I had a massage at the sap and it was nice. The relaxation room was wonderful.
Restaurant was ok. Service was very slow and food was just ok.
Pool area was nice and well kept.
Lake area outback is pretty and fun to sit at and watch the large fish in the pond and ducks.
Fun place to go for a night of peace and quiet and beauty!