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Telluride Lodge
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Reviewed August 2, 2012

Basic lodging, some fancier lodging is available in Telluride, but reasonable price. You may get really lucky and have a condo that has a very attentive owner, you may get one that looks like the early 90's. However, the location is pretty good for a awl and easy access back to town. This would probably be a 5 star in the winter. Right on the mountain.

Room Tip: If you want main street action stay in town.
  • Stayed: July 2012, traveled with family
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1  Thank larry j
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Reviewed March 13, 2012

Telluride lodge feels like a cross between a condo and a hotel. A lot depends on the owners of the unit, but also on where it's situated. #420 is on the lower of two levels, with views of... the other condos. No real reason to open the shades. Maybe typical of 'premium' condo rentals, the surface fixtures are nice enough but the underlying construction is cheap -- if someone's staying in the unit above you, you'll easily keep track of their comings and goings. And getting up from a chair. And sitting back down. And turning on the tv... The carpets and furniture are clean but pretty worn.

The unit has 3 bedrooms, 2 of which are (or feel like they're) subterranean -- only the master bedroom is above sea-level. The living space is comfortable for 3-4 people, but would've been crowded for 6. The kitchen is well stocked with reasonable equipment, and cooking was not a problem. (Just don't look for a place to store any food other than on the countertops.)

Telluride Lodge is across the street from the base of Coonskin lift, which turns out to be not so convenient for getting up onto the mountain unless you're going to ski Coonskin lift all day. To get to The Plunge or any of the back bowls (or the Mountain Village blue runs), you'll want to take Oak Street lift or the gondola -- both about a 10 minute walk from TL. Coming home at the end of the day, even if you don't want to ski the snow-hungry black scree runs (Milk Run...), it's possible to take Telluride Trail all the way down to the base of Coonskin, though, so the walk home can be short (across one street). As a bonus, Telluride's grocery store is close, so the 10-minute walk into town for shopping or restaurants/bars is at least partially offset by a 2-minute (indoor) stroll to the grocery.

The rental agency for #420 (Elevation Rentals) has friendly people. But we made daily phone calls to them because of lack of info in the condo. No parking pass that was promised, wifi setup and passwords not as instructions suggested, no info on where to get the bus into town, no info on where to take the garbage, no spare garbage bags... Problems were fixed. But why were there problems to begin with?

  • Stayed: February 2012, traveled with family
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2  Thank Ob3ron
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Reviewed October 16, 2011

We made a day trip from Ouray over to Telluride, toured the town and rested for a few moments in the lodge. It is made for the winter scenes. Great marble floors and walls, and larger than life fireplaces made it both austere and warm.

  • Stayed: February 2011, traveled as a couple
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Reviewed July 29, 2011

We were expecting a four-star hotel. This place is just a nice, bare-bones lodge. Parking was a problem. The location is not so good for summer activities, since it is not in the main part of town (may be good for ski-in, ski-out, though). Overall, we liked Telluride but would not stay at this hotel again.

Stayed: July 2011, traveled as a couple
1  Thank friedman29
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LocalTourist81423, Manager at Telluride Lodge, responded to this reviewResponded August 1, 2012

I believe you submitted a review for the wrong property. The Telluride Lodge is not a hotel, and does not have hotel services. It is a condominium complex, offering vacation rentals.

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Reviewed July 29, 2010

I have stayed in a few of these and wanted folks to know that every condo is independently owned. This is not a hotel. Some people live here full time, some part-time, some rent, etc. Some condos are very, very nice as they have been completely stripped and remodeled and are worth about $1,000,000. Many are in near original condition (1974) and are in very poor repair. You must ask about the condition of the condo you are renting.
The upside of Telluride Lodge is that we have 3 acres of common space (think lawns), attached to grocery store, walk to ski lift, in town, but away from the noise of main street, good permitted parking, emergency maintenance on-site. We also have a brand new common area Hot tubs (2) and steam shower that cost $200,000 to build. The downside is that Telluride Lodge is an older complex, the buildings look like they are from the 70's and the layouts are split-level style. Overall the common areas are kept in good condition, but they are not fancy. Inside of each condo you may find a treasure or a rundown "get me outta here" place. Ask, before you go.

  • Stayed: July 2010, traveled with family
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3  Thank Colorado2TX
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