We recently stayed in unit 525 at Telluride Lodge and I was very disappointed with the accomodations. For the price it may have been a decent value, but the lodging was way below my expectations. I would have to recommend spending an additional $30 to $50 a night and avoiding this place.
First, the deck looked about ready to cave in and was sagging in several spots. To make matters worse there was not a single piece of deck furniture. no chair no table.
Second, the walls and floors are thin. The unit above us was in use, and we heard almost everything going on in their unit.
The units were built in the late 70s and nothing has been updated. I was expecting a bed with a sleeper sofa. We had the 1 bed, but the sofa was a small futon that wouldn't even fit 2 kids. The kitchen amenties were barely adequate.
Lastly, the location is on the far side from the Gondola and heart of Telluride. I knew this going in, but upon reflection it was more of a nuisance than I thought.
The management company was fine, no complaints with them. I suppose there is a reason these are priced this low. Again, we were only in unit 525 and did not ask to be moved. I don't know if all units are as poor as this one.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- One of the largest condominium complexes in Telluride, the Telluride Lodge sits on 5 acres of park-like setting with BBQ stations and plenty of grassy areas in the summer. For guests during the winter season – skiing and other activities are close by with lift 7 right across the street. Approximately one-third of the condos are available for Vacation Rental, in sizes from Studio to 3-bedroom. Each apartment has its own individual style, but all are based on a split-level floorplan. Every residence has a full kitchen and living room, wireless internet access, and parking on site (limit one car per unit). In fall 2011, the new hot tub - one outdoor, one indoor - and steam room reopened for residents' use. Just to the north of the complex is a grocery store and visitor center. Just to the south is the San Miguel River and Telluride Ski Area lift #7. And historic downtown Telluride is 5 short blocks away. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Telluride Hotel Telluride