Whether you are visiting Steamboat in the winter for a Colorado Ski vacation or in the summer to enjoy Colorado hiking and biking, it behooves you to book your Steamboat Springs lodging well in advance of your vacation dates. Although there are a variety of options for lodging in Steamboat Springs, the town is a year round vacation destination. As such, if you wait to the last minute, you may find it difficult to find a Steamboat Springs lodging venue to suit your needs.
When considering the choices for lodging in Steamboat Springs, you will need to decide whether you want to stay on the mountain or in the town. If you choose the town, and wish to stay at a somewhat atypical motel, take a look at the Rabbit Ears Motel, which is located in Main Town directly across from the Hot Springs Pool and next door to Yampa River Park. The motel is within walking distance to all the downtown shops and restaurants, and the Steamboat springs free bus service is free and stops at the motel driveway every 20 minutes. The Rabbit Ears Motel is about two miles from the Steamboat Springs Ski area. Amenities include: refrigerators, coffee makers, hair dryers, data port phones and remote control TV on extended service cable. Deluxe continental breakfast is included.
If you are looking for ski in/ski out Steamboat Springs lodging, consider the Dulany Hotel. This Steamboat Springs hotel is known for its tiled accents, soft-toned wood cabinetry, private balconies and distinctive furnishings. The front office and check-in is located across the street at the Lodge at Steamboat.
Those of you wishing to stay at a historic Steamboat Springs hotel should consider the Hotel Bristol. Built in 1948, the Bristol is the oldest Steamboat Springs hotel. Each of the 22 rooms feature Pendleton wool blankets, cable TV, telephone, air conditioning, old-fashioned radiators, rustic log furniture and private bath. The indoor Jacuzzi tub overlooks Main Street.The Bristol is located in the heart of downtown Steamboat, where you can enjoy a variety of shops and restaurants. The hotel is also within walking distance to the Howelson Hill Sports complex, which is home to Steamboat's Olympic training ground and Nordic center, an indoor ice arena, baseball fields, tennis courts, stables, and rodeo arena. The free city shuttle runs to the Steamboat Ski Area every 10 minutes during the winter months.
If you seek a luxury Steamboat Springs hotel, then you might want to book a room at the Steamboat Grand Resort Hotel and Condominiums. Located at the base of the mountain, the Grand features a full-service spa, fitness center and year-round heated swimming pool. The hotel is also a full service conference center, with a variety of meeting rooms. Next time you plan a meeting; why not take advantage of the opportunity to get in some great skiing? Plan your event at the Steamboat Springs Grand Resort and Condominiums!