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Steamboat Mountian Resort Lodging
Steamboat’s quaint resort village is home to some of the country’s finest ski-in, ski-out accommodations. Condominiums line the slopes, and a growing number of restaurants serve elevated comfort food.
One Steamboat Place is located directly at the base of the mountain and offers a complete state-of-the-art fitness center, pool, hot tubs, and family game room. You can choose from a studio apartment to a four-bedroom villa.
A mountaintop retreat, Highmark is a short walk from Steamboat Ski Resort and the shops and restaurants in the base area. Guests can also take a shuttle to get there.
This six-story Bavarian-style building is partially stone and features a luxury yet homey ambiance. Deep autumnal tones combine with luxe accents such as animal-print pillows and natural-wood candlestick holders, carved wooden furniture, and woodland paintings. Rather than a front desk, guests check in at a wooden table next to the fireplace.
Highmark offers condominiums with a spacious living area, including kitchens and balconies. Suites feature bonus amenities like spa-style bathrooms, a private health and fitness club, and an indoor pool.
There’s nothing like soaking your ski legs in a hot tub or relaxing in the steam room after a day on the mountain. Highmark’s quality customer service and luxury amenities make it one of the best hotels in Steamboat Springs for winter vacations. It’s easy to see why this hotel has earned top ratings across travel websites and social media.
With stunning lodge-style accommodations and resort amenities, Trappeur’s Crossing is consistently rated among the nation’s best ski lodging locations. This six-lodge property includes a spacious amenities center with four pools, multiple hot tubs and tennis courts. The on-site Day Spa pampers guests, while the concierge service and winter season shuttle service make it easy to get around and explore Steamboat Springs.
Enjoy the view from your private balcony or patio, or relax in the heated outdoor pool. Each unit features a full kitchen with a refrigerator/freezer, stovetop and microwave, cable programming and DVD players. In-room laundry facilities are also available.
You’ll find a variety of restaurants and shops at the resort, as well as a sauna, an outdoor fire pit and barbecue grills. There’s even a free shuttle to take you to nearby Thunderhead Hiking Trail and places to eat along Ski Time Square Drive. Trappeur’s Crossing is within walking distance of Kids Vacation Center and Haymaker Golf Course.
See Me Lodge
In the town of Steamboat Springs, you will find a wide variety of lodging choices, including luxury homes and condos. Many of these homes offer breathtaking views, and are equipped with modern kitchens, including a refrigerator, a stove, an oven, and a microwave. These homes are also within close proximity to ski lifts and the town’s mountain base area.
Located on Ski Trail Lane, this vacation home offers a spacious living room with a gas fireplace and a flat-screen TV. Its kitchen is equipped with a dishwasher, an oven, a coffeemaker, and a microwave. Its bedrooms are furnished with a queen-size bed and two twin beds, and the bathroom features double vanities.
Guests can relax in the hot tub after a day of skiing. This home offers a private deck with stunning views of the mountains and the town. The property is also conveniently located within a short drive of Strawberry Park Hot Springs. The hot springs are open all year and offer a relaxing soak in natural hot pools.
The Steamboat Grand
Bringing a new level of service to one of the West’s best powder ski areas, The Steamboat Grand provides everything you need in a hotel in one convenient location. 328 beautifully appointed guest rooms and condominiums offer plenty of options to suit any travel style or budget.
The property’s on-site restaurant, The Cabin, serves breakfast, lunch and dinner daily, including a Friday through Sunday Happy Hour. The spa on-site also features a full range of massages, facials and body treatments.
The hotel is a five-minute walk from the Gondola and the slopes. A complimentary (yes, free, tipping is always appreciated) ski valet will bring your skis to the slopes each morning and they’ll pick them up from Gondola Square at the end of the day. This makes a huge difference to those of us who hate carrying skis on our shoulders! The Grand also offers a full service shuttle, making it easy to get to town or the grocery store.