GET A TASTE OF TELLURIDE HOSPITALITY THIS SUMMER
Plan your summer vacation, family reunion or corporate retreat with Telluride’s signature lodging experiences
Telluride, Colo. (April 26, 2018) — After an unforgettable winter season, Telluride Ski Resort has turned to the oncoming summer months with a bevy of hospitality experiences, expanded meeting spaces, and signature lineup of festivals. And late spring and summer in Telluride is simply underrated—the hiking trails are clearing, the rivers and lakes are filling up, and the San Juans are turning greener—there’s simply no better time to book your next trip to Telluride.
While ski season is over, the cuisine is as unique as ever, the summer activities are filled with wonder and adventure, and the events remain exceptional and unmatched. Thus far in 2018 Telluride’s trademark lodging properties received numerous accolades, which included prominent rankings from Condé Nast Traveler, USA Today, TripAdvisor and Forbes Travel Guide.
Telluride’s Live Longer Retreat is poised to be a game changer for this summer’s long list of wellness retreats across the country. Telluride Ski Resort and The Peaks Resort & Spa will host a series of wellness retreats (June 3-9, July 15-21, Aug. 19-25, and Sept. 23-29) designed to provide attendees with cutting-edge knowledge and tools to revolutionize your lifestyle, and even preventing or reducing age-related ailments like dementia, heart disease, diabetes, some cancers and obesity. Led by renowned physician Dr. Alan Safdi , the Live Longer Retreat program boasts a prestigious team of wellness, nutrition, bodyworks and fitness experts. The affordable package includes:
- 6 nights of accommodations at The Peaks Resort & Spa
- Daily educational lectures, hikes and activities with Dr. Safdi
- Daily personal training, meetings with a dietitian, and much more
- Interactive meals and cooking demos
- Choice of massage or facial at The Spa at The Peaks Resort
- Transfers to and from the airport (MTJ or TEX)
- Pre-retreat evaluation and wellness consultation
- Post-retreat follow-up and consultation
The Peaks Resort & Spa
The Peaks welcomed a new spa director this year, along with expanded meeting spaces that can accommodate meetings and conferences of various sizes. The Peaks boasts over 10,000 square feet of flexible meeting and event areas, with facilities that include large ballrooms and event spaces, showcasing views of Mt. Wilson and walking access to Telluride Golf Club. Venues also feature restaurant spaces with floor-to-ceiling windows, a grand terrace and smaller breakout/conference rooms for more intimate meetings.
The largest hotel in Telluride also houses the largest spa in Colorado, so those looking to unwind after a long day of conference meetings can relax in a 42,000-square-foot facility that presents Roman hot tubs, sauna and steam rooms, 30 spa treatment room, yoga and Pilates studios, fitness center and swimming pool, and a meditation room that also has an oxygen bar.
The Inn at Lost Creek
This 32-room luxury boutique hotel celebrated one of its best seasons with awards, earning high rankings from Condé Nast Traveler , Huffington Post , TripAdvisor , and also named as a Forbes Travel Guide Recommended Hotel . Located in the heart of Mountain Village, guests are mere steps away from the iconic gondola, biking and hiking trails, along with direct access to Telluride Golf Club.
Named four-star verified luxury hotel in Forbes Travel Guide, the bar is already set pretty high at Lumière Hotel, and this year they plan to raise it even higher. With the Reimagine Project, each residence will be restyled and redesigned to exude organic, modern chicness. From linens to the dining table, the redesign will harmoniously pair clean lines, a lighter color palette and natural fabrics. Common spaces will also receive an entire facelift, paying homage to this 140-year-old town as spaces and residences will be adorned with mining and skiing elements integral to the fabric of Telluride.
Madeline Hotel & Residences, an Auberge Resort
Recently acquired into the Auberge Resort Collection, Madeline features nearly 4,000 square feet of indoor meeting space. Its signature meeting room, the 3,300-square foot Idarado Ballroom can accommodate up to 270 people and offers a variety of layouts as the space is divisible into three separate meeting rooms and opens up to a pre-function area boasting views of the Reflection Plaza Ice Rink and Telluride Ski Resort. The acclaimed resort also offers DJ parties and broomball, outdoor fire tables and an indoor/outdoor bar, an alpine-inspired spa and salon, a 3,000-square-foot M Lounge that features a game room with pool, shuffleboard and darts, plus yoga and personal training at Madeline Studio. Additionally, The Madeline’s latest star destination is the 4,000-square-foot Sky Terrace with heated outdoor swimming pool, hot tubs, fire pits, al fresco living room and lounge, along with special programming throughout the year.
Telluride Resort Reservations
As the official central reservations of Telluride Ski Resort, the team at Telluride Resort Reservations will work their magic to build the perfect corporate or leisure package tailored to your group and each individual’s needs. TRR agents can also arrange ground transportation, activities and accommodations at any of Telluride’s lodges, hotels and vacation rentals that include: Madeline Hotel & Residences —a recently acquired Auberge Resort, Lumiere Hotel , The Mountain Lodge , Hotel Telluride , Camel’s Garden , Hotel Columbia and more.
Suite Summer Savings (The Peaks Resort & Spa) — Stay 3 nights or longer and you’ll save 20 percent on all suites. Based on availability and some blackout dates may apply.
Stay & Play Package (Madeline Hotel & Residences) — Book the for five or more nights and you'll receive a credit of up to $1,000 towards incidental charges. Use your credit for a hearty meal at Black Iron Kitchen + Bar , or experience a soothing treatment in the spa.
Soundbites: “Telluride is truly unlike any other ski resort that you’ve ever discovered, let alone one that grants you the kind of wide open spaces you would need for a relaxing retreat or corporate event. From our signature hospitality to the unique experiences we offer, combine all of that with the spectacular beauty of the San Juans, it’s easy to feel like this is your own personal resort.”
— Bill Jensen, Partner and CEO of Telluride Ski Resort
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