Our first trip to Telluride. The booking process was excellent and convenient. We had a package including lodging for tour nights, two ski passes for three days. Breakfast for two daily, and round trip transfers arranged from Montrose airport.
When we arrived at the inn we were greeted by Charlie, who made us feel so welcome it was as if we were guests at his house. He collected our skis and took us up to our room, explaining that no two are furnished exactly alike. Our room was a junior suite with a great stone tile entry for taking off boots and coats, etc, equipped with a little kitchenette with microwave, mini stove top, mini fridge and a well-stocked Keurig machine (with hot chocolate!!), a fireplace in the sitting room, a very comfy bed, a flat screen in both sitting room and bed room, large balcony with seating and a really big bathroom including a large shower with steam and rain head and a jacuzzi tub.
Two room negatives: the lighting is realllllllly dim. Might be nice to have at least one set of lights not be at 25 watts! Second was that our tub's cold water faucet did not work at all - straight super hot only. We filled the tub up to cover the jets but had to wait a long while for the water to cool off. As a consequence, we only used it once.
The breakfast was ok - not dazzling, but sufficient. No oatmeal. They had Greek yogurt, wonderful berries, a bunch of cold cereals, granola, scrambled eggs, bacon/sausage, potatoes, and a few pastries.
Our room cleaning crew didn't get to our room the first day until around 5 pm., kind of surprising after skiing all day. After that they were better. I was concerned at first.
The concierge is not helpful. Not sure if it is entirely his fault, but there was no record of anyone from the hotel having called to arrange our reservation. Word of warning: Telluride restaurants don't necessarily answer the phone during the day and they get very very very full during the holidays! If you want reservations somewhere, do it long in advance and call a day or two before to confirm.
Ski valet service is excellent and the pick up /drop off could not be more convenient. Charlie and the crew were always cheerful, remembered our names, had our stuff ready for us - they were awesome.
Overall we enjoyed ourselves and compliment all the locals on their genuine friendliness!
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Intimate. Cozy. Special.The Inn at Lost Creek is a luxury boutique hotel with highly personalized services and with only 29 suites/condos and 3 studios a sense of intimacy is realized. All suites have kitchenettes, jetted tubs, steam showers and washer dryers. Condos feature full kitchens and well-appointed living areas with dining room. All condo units have mountain views as do most one bedroom suites. The Inn offers a principal position in Mountain Village, offering direct golf access in the summer and during winter the premier ski in/out location in Telluride. The gondola connecting Telluride and Mountain Village is steps away, as are numerous excellent choices for dining, shopping, and places to just gaze at the beautiful scenery. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- The Inn At Lost Creek Hotel Telluride
- Hotel At Lost Creek
- At Lost Creek Telluride