Mountain Lodge At Telluride
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... Here it is. Oftentimes the view out RV windows isn’t very “inspiring”. Someone needs to invent windows for RVs that can display a scene like our Aspen forest, or a beach scene, or simulate being underwater by flipping a switch on the wall. I’m sure it would be a popular option.
We called Larry and Kathy at their hotel and invited them over. When they ...
... We arrived in Ouray and parked to ask about the road conditions. Jeff at Colorado West Jeep Rentals was an ORACLE. Without Jeff, we would have been between a rock and a vulture's beak. We unraveled our scrolls and he pointed us in the right direction toward Ironton and up Corkscrew Gulch to Hurricane Pass. We started through box canyon and I saw the horizontal gas meter. Back down the hill we went to the Phillips 66. We yelled thanks to Jeff for a second time and he waved back ...
... shoot and enjoying having us there! Then, we went for a quick walk up to the waterfall in Ouray before it started raining. We took our trademark "scared" photo on the top of the ridge before coming back down and heading off to our campsite for the evening. This was just a plot of land in a valley with no one around...we had a riverside plot all to ourselves which was beautiful! Jess and Jackson tried to trick me into ...
... it. I chose to stay in town and picked the Camel’s Garden since it was right next to the gondola which was very convenient for access to the mountain each morning for skiing. The hotel is also just steps away from Lift #8 as well, which takes you part of the way up the mountain from the town (however, this lift only runs from 9am-11am). I got assigned room 101 and the room was quite nice with a queen bed and gas log fireplace and plenty of storage space. The only quibble I ...
... see anything beyond that so I knew I was close and I got excited and forced my legs to keep moving. And finally, I was at the top!!!! Looking down over this incredible clear lake, surrounded by the peaks of mountains and it was so perfect. Although I was exhausted, I had made it to the top. This family that had passed us on the way up when we were having lunch broke out into applause and it cheered me up to be so encouraged.
We took a lot of pictures on this hike, and ...
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Historical Traveler Reviews Mountain Lodge At Telluride
Majestic Views, Beautiful Lodge!
We stayed at the Mountain Lodge July 18-24th. Our room was a two bd, 3 ba, condo w/fireplace. The room was clean and nicely appointed. The view from our condo was not great, but the views from anywhere outside were. MAJESTIC!!! My teenage sons were able to hop on the gondola at any hour for mountain biking or a trip into Telluride (approx 13 minute ride)
The downside to this lodge is: smoking! The lodge allows smoking on the balconys only. We just happened to have the room next to smokers, and the smoke blew into our room every evening. This was a problem for us. I'm hoping in the future The Lodge considers a non-smoking environment.
Disappointed. noisy - difficult to sleep
The set-up of our 2-bedroom condo was great, but it was apparent that most of the effort went in to cosmetic appearance and not quality construction. We heard the plumbing through the walls and other guests walking (and banging) on the floor above us. I would not choose to stay there again.
A Wonderful Stay
We stayed at one-bedroom studio the Mountain Lodge at Telluride in Mid-January. The room was small, but in good condition. The view from our room 3010 was magnificent. We saw one of the ski runs and the Rockies in the distance. The most incredible part of our stay was the service. Our luggage arrived a day late and it was sent directly to our room while we were out. Some days when the altitude was getting to us, we asked for ride to the gondola and the van appeared before we were left the lobby. At one point, we were having a problem with the stove, and had the door open. A hotel worker who happened to be walking by, stopped in and helped. The staff was truly amazing. The skiing was great too!
We recently stayed 7 nights at the Mountain Lodge, for a conference which was held at the nearby conference center. We stayed in a regular room, not a kitchen unit or suite. The room was small, but not too cramped. We found the price to be very reasonable, and the hotel staff were gracious.
Great place to stay
We booked a studio room during the Bluegrass Festival and really enjoyed our stay. The room was spacious and even included a fireplace. Our room happened to have a private balcony that looked over wooded space and we could hear the creek running below - very peaceful. The bed was very comfortable, the room was clean, and the staff was very friendly. We would stay here again.
Great Ski Trip
We had an great ski vacation in Telluride in early February. The Mountain Lodge at Telluride was very well furnished and in a beautiful location. The staff was very pleasant and helpful. The skiing was excellent, with no lift lines.
My wife and I just returned from Telluride/Mountain Village, and we were very impressed with the entire ski area and with the Mountain Lodge. The Lodge is in a great location in Mountain Village as you drive into town and offers a 200 yd. or so walk to the free Gondola that goes right into Mountain Village Core. It has a great appeal inside and out due to it's stone and log construction that fits well with the Mountain Village scene. From a skiing standpoint, The Lodge rests between two of the main ski runs that come through Mountain Village, Double Cabins and City Bypass. Both of these are green runs allowing my wife (a beginning skier) and I to ski directly down to lifts 1 and 10.
Nice, but small
Stayed here in Januuary and had a 3 bedroom condo. It was a little small, but nice and clean and well priced. Walking distance to Mountain Village and the gondola and easy ski in and ski out. We had 6 people in the condo and it was a little tight but, all in all, nice experience.
Few complaints here
Just returned from Mountain Lodge and found it to be very nice accomodations. Not huge but larger than some of the others in town. The staff was helpful and quick to respond. Two things we did not like--hot tub was quite small (but had a nice view) and the "cd" player
was in the television. It had horrible sound. Also tv was quite small for a condo. But clean and nice furnishings.
You can't get any better. This place is wonder, relaxing and private. Rooms are big and top of the line. Full kitchens allow for real cooking. Ask for a corner room for spectacular views of the slopes. The only problem we had was there is only a buffet breakfast, but the rest of the day there is no food, just a bar. So, you have to get to town to go to the grocery. Not bad, but you've got to plan a little.