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Telluride, CO, United States
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Average price in Telluride:$619/night
Cheapest price found:$98/night
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Cheapest hotels in Telluride, Colorado

The Hotel Telluride
8.8 Excellent
199 North Cornet Street, Telluride, CO, United States
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0.3 mi from city centre, Telluride, CO, United States 

Situated in Telluride, The Hotel Telluride offers 4-star accommodation, as well as a ski school and a Jacuzzi. It also provides a free shuttle service, massage services and a beauty centre.

$257
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Dunton Town House
9.6 Excellent
210 South Oak Street, Telluride, CO, United States
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0.1 mi from city centre, Telluride, CO, United States 

Dunton Town House is set in Telluride and is close to local attractions, including Main Street and Telluride Historic District. It also offers bicycle rental, a ski school and a concierge.

$800
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The River Club
9.7 Excellent
550 West Depot Avenue, Telluride, CO, United States
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0.3 mi from city centre, Telluride, CO, United States 

Providing a Jacuzzi, The River Club Telluride is situated in Telluride and is a brief walk from Main Street. It is conveniently positioned for guests wishing to visit local attractions.

$1,165
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Lumiere with Inspirato
9.3 Excellent
118 Lost Creek Lane, Telluride, CO, United States
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1.9 mi from city centre, Telluride, CO, United States 

Situated in Telluride, Lumiere with Inspirato provides modern 4-star accommodation, as well as an outdoor pool, ski in/out facilities and a Jacuzzi. The multiple facilities this luxury hotel offers include a sauna, valet parking and free Wi-Fi.

$1,733
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Fairmont Heritage Place - Franz Klammer Lodge
9.0 Excellent
Telluride, CO, United States
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1.9 mi from city centre, Telluride, CO, United States 

Boasting a sauna, free Wi-Fi and an outdoor pool, Fairmont Heritage Place Franz Klammer Lodge is situated in Telluride and provides comfortable accommodation. It also offers free bicycle rental, a kids club and a free shuttle service.

$1,799
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Where to stay in Telluride

About Telluride

A former mining town in Colorado’s Rocky Mountains, Telluride sits at the base of its renowned ski resort. The extreme ski slopes, rowdy atmosphere and famous Telluride race earn the moniker of “to hell of you ride”. Nature lovers come for photogenic hiking trails, while history buffs enjoy the period houses and intriguing museums.

Things to do in Telluride

The slopes of Telluride Ski Resort feature about 688 skiable hectares in the San Juan Mountains, up to 800 centimetres of snow, 120 trails and sunshine almost every day. You can also take the gondola from Mountain Village to Telluride for spectacular views while soaring at heights of 3,200 metres.

The warmer months are just as active in Telluride, with plenty of outdoor adventures on offer. You can go hiking along the trails at Bear Creek Falls and admire the picturesque Bridal Veil Falls, which are home to cascading waterfalls.

At the edge of the village, nature enthusiasts gather for world-renowned concerts, festivals and events at Town Park. Travelling with the family? Bring the little ones for barbecues, playground romps, trout-stocked pond fishing and a game of beach volleyball or basketball.

Stop by the Telluride Historical Museum to learn about the region’s gold-mining past and ties to the Ute Native American tribe. After dining and drinks, spend an evening at the Historic Sheridan Opera House, a performing-arts venue known as the “Crown Jewel of Telluride.”

Getting around Telluride

Getting around Telluride on foot is convenient since the ski resort, shops, hotels and restaurants are all grouped together. The town provides free shuttles and gondola rides to the slopes. For exploring the outer regions, rent a car in the village or from Colorado Springs Airport or Telluride Regional Airport.

Facts about staying in Telluride

  • What are the best hotels on Main Street in Telluride?

    While you can have fun in all of Telluride’s vicinity, however, when you are on Main Street, you are centrally placed within walkable distances to local attractions like the Gondola Ride that runs to and from the town of Telluride. Main Street is also a great place to eat as you will find a little over 50 restaurants that cater to just about any cuisine. To be in proximity to the Trams and points of interests like Bear Creek Falls, Telluride Ski Resort, the town’s Historical Museum, Colorado 145, Town Park, and more, consider staying at cheap hotels in Telluride like the Peaks Resorts and Spa, Hotel Telluride, The Victorian Inn, or the Camel Garden Hotel.

  • Are there kid-friendly hotels in Telluride?

    Telluride is a hive of kid-friendly activities, and because it can be fun any time of the year, not just skiing, it’s only fitting that the area also has several family-oriented Telluride hotels. If your kids love the great outdoors and are not scared of trying heart-pounding activities, you should book a kid-friendly hotel in the Mountain Village neighborhood on Telluride. It is where you will find a concentration of top attractions like ice skating on the frozen pond by Bootdoctor at the town park. Use the HotelsCombined search engine to compare rates between hotels in Telluride, and depending on what you are looking for, consider staying at the luxurious Madeline Hotel and Residences, Auberge Resorts. Staying in the resort will enable you to conveniently explore area highlights like The Peaks, Deep Creek Trail, Sneffels Highline trail, and much more.

  • How do I find a peaceful and quiet hotel in Telluride?

    Considered the best mountain town in America thanks to the Colorado landscape and surrounding backdrop of the San Juan Mountains, Telluride is frequented by outdoor enthusiasts who enjoy an active outdoor lifestyle. However, you don’t have to be an adrenaline seeker to enjoy your stay in Telluride. Aside from the mountainous attractions and activities, the Rocky Mountains are an angler’s paradise. Nothing is more peaceful than accessing secluded lakes, ponds, or alpine creeks for fishing trophy trout in ultimate solitude. In this case, consider staying at the Grand Imperial Hotel to be in proximity to local fishing sites like Molas Lake Park, Animas River, Kendall Mountain Summit, etc. Another peaceful hotel to consider is the Mountain Lodge Telluride, where you can take up skiing, snowmobiling, and snowshoeing in the nearby Telluride Ski Resort and Lower Village Bypass. Also situated in the serenity of San Juan Mountains is the Ouray Chalet Inn, with mountain views and proximity to Box Canyon Falls, Uncompahgre River, Crystal Lake, the Ouray Ice Park, Ridgeway State Park, and more.

  • What neighborhoods in Telluride, CO, have the best restaurants?

    There is something for everyone in Telluride, and it all depends on your preferences. For example, if you’re hanging for some Elk, the Smuggler Union Restaurant and Brewery in the Pine Street Neighborhood is the place to be. You can have delicious barbeque at the Mountain Top Social and Mountain Top Resort located at the KOA Campground or some pastries and bagel sandwiches at the Baked in Telluride. Colorado Avenue is also a great neighborhood with a ton of restaurants to choose from, and you can start with a good cup of coffee or tea at the Coffee Cowboy or if you prefer fruit and vegetable smoothies, try the Ghost Town juice bar. Still on Colorado Avenue is a meat lovers haven, the Butcher and the Baker, including a nearby Asian-inspired smokehouse and cocktail bar called Wood Ear. To be within walkable distance to the abovementioned restaurants, consider staying at Hotel Columbia, where you will be right across the street from the Telluride Gondola Station that connects you to various area attractions as well.

  • What are the best hotels in Telluride?

    70 reviews rated New Sheridan Hotel with an average score of 9.0/10. It may also be worth looking into the Lumiere with Inspirato, which received a rating of 9.3/10 from 15 reviews. Hotel Columbia could also be a good option, with a score of 8.9/10 from 14 reviews.

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