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What We Love

  • The tranquil spa, state-of-the-art Pilates facility and yoga studio at the wellness center
  • WiFi is included in the rate
  • Ski-in/ski-out location is also right near the year-round free gondola connecting the ski resort to the historic downtown
  • Ski valets look after guests’ equipment and rentals and even warm boots
  • In summer, make use of nearby hiking, biking, golf and kayak options

What To Know

  • A new outdoor pool, hot tub and fire pits will open in December 2015
  • No need to rent a car: There are free mountain lifts as well as the Galloping Goose, a free bus system that makes loops around town
  • The hotel sits at the base of the ski mountain at an elevation of 9,500 feet. Stay hydrated
  • A resort fee of $25 per night will be collected at the Jetsetter checkout

Amenities

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

Ski-in/ski-out digs with friendly service, a game room and spa in Telluride's Mountain Village

The Lowdown

The ski-in/ski-out, 130-room Madeline Hotel and Residences features stone walls and archways that create a European feel. A fire roars in the lobby and the whole place is bathed in warm earth tones and rich woods. The large, elegant guestrooms carry on this color scheme, and many of them include balconies overlooking the village and mountains. The hotel’s wellness center includes a low-lit, tranquil spa, a state-of-the-art Pilates facility and a yoga studio, which features daily classes for guests looking to unwind. The Black Iron Kitchen & Bar dishes up mountain cuisine like wagyu flatiron steak with truffle fries or 18-hour pork shoulder, and the laid-back game room, M Club. There’s also sweets for the kids at Dylan’s Candy Bar and cups of Joe at the Starbucks outpost for parents.

In the Area

Check the events calendar when planning your trip. Telluride is known as the festival capital of the Southwest, and besides its well-known film festival every Memorial Day weekend, the town hosts scores of events throughout the year. Telluride attracts nearly as many visitors in summer as it does in winter. In addition to hiking and biking, golf is a strong lure. The Telluride Golf Club is perched at 9,500 feet and has fairways that wind through the mountains. In summer, Telluride Kayak School has all the equipment you need to learn how to whitewater kayak on the San Miguel and Dolores rivers. First-timers welcome. Year round, the free mountain gondola runs late, so head down the mountain to sample Telluride town’s excellent restaurants and hopping bar scene.

How to Get There

Madeline Hotel and Residences
568 Mountain Village Blvd
Telluride, CO 81435 United States

Reviews

4.5 Very Good 975 Reviews
Great hotel and a super staff
Reviewed 6 days ago

loved the hotel, the staff made the difference, they went out of their way to please us! Recognize us by name. its a beautiful property. The hotel is centrally located, near the main gondolas. super views.

Relaxing stay in Mountain Village
Reviewed 6 days ago

My family and I loved this hotel. The property was beautiful, the rooms were quiet and spotless with very comfortable beds. Amazing location, we were able to park our car (yes parking is pricey, but it's a ski resort and to be expected) and not need it the whole weekend. Easy walk to the free gondola to Telluride and the grocery store. My 11 y.o. loved the games out on the green (ice skating rink in winter.) One of the managers (I believe his name was Chris) provided excellent customer service and assistance when we checked in. Hope we get to stay here again.

Perfect for a baby moon
Reviewed 1 month ago

I surprised my husband with a weekend here in the fall for a pre baby celebration. It did not disappoint. Not only was the hotel amazing, when we checked in for our one bedroom one bathroom residence was upgraded to a three bedroom residence! Treats were offered to our pups at check in and were loved on. Big fluffy dog beds were delivered to our room for them to sleep on and they were in heaven. The room was the most amazing place I have ever stayed and is the true definition of luxury. Everything is conveniently located and there’s even a Starbucks right outside!( my pregnancy cravings were so happy!). We are already planning our next trip back!

Exceptional- wonderful spring break
Reviewed 2 months ago

A ski vacation to remember. All staff were competent & friendly. it was clear they were all empowered to take care of guests no matter what the need or question was. Warm hospitality with morning beverages, afternoon granola & a candy plus cocoa bar late afternoon. Great restaurants plus a candy store & Starbucks right on property. We will be back.

Wonderful Locatoin
Reviewed 3 months ago

We are back at this property, this is our third time staying here. We really like the location so easy to take our kid to ski school, the ski valet is ski in/out. The food in the black iron is pretty decent, we stopped everyday for our lunch break while skiing. Try to get before noon, otherwise you'll be waiting for a long time.
Now, this is the first time we rented a 1 bedroom suite, which is a Big difference from 1 bedroom residence. Lesson learned, no washer/dryer, no door between bedroom and living room, fairly small kitchenette. By the second day, we moved to a 1 bedroom residence and it was all well. Room need a bit of maintenance, a bit run down for the price, just small details.