Deciding where to stay when you visit the Telluride region might be the hardest part of your trip planning. Do you prefer the charm of historic Telluride or the modern luxury of Mountain Village?
In Telluride, you’ll find accommodations with intimate Victorian settings or modern design elements—all just steps away from award-winning restaurants and the ski slopes. Head to Mountain Village and discover well-appointed lodging with slopeside access and on-site, full-service spa services.
No two properties in Telluride and Mountain Village are alike. If you’d like local expertise to help decide where to stay, please call Telluride Central Reservations at 888.605.2578. They can help you find the best deals in Telluride to plan your Telluride Fire Festival vacation.
Please do consider our wonderful sponsor lodging properties:
Alpine Lodging Telluride: Bear Creek Lodge
Bear Creek Lodge is pleased to be a sponsored property for the Fire Festival. Bear Creek Lodge is managed by Telluride Alpine Lodging the longest-standing, locally owned and operated lodging company in the region. We offer the widest selection of vacation rentals, including hotel rooms, condos, and private homes in Telluride and Mountain Village. Call us today to book your Fire Festival Lodging! 800-376-9769
Madeline Hotel & Residences, Auberge Resorts Collection
Located in the heart of Mountain Village, Fire Festival guests receive a discount on hotel rooms & residences for the Festival weekend. Festival guests receive up to 25% off regular pricing on hotel rooms for the weekend. Just click here to make reservations and use promo code: FIRE2018. Or, call the friendly reservation team at 855-923-7640 and mention promo code: FIRE2018.
SilverStar Luxury Properties
Many condominiums are available at SilverStar in Mountain Village, where most of the weekend action takes place.
The Peaks Resort & Spa has a 42,000 square foot spa and boasts ski-in/ski-out access.
The Victorian Inn is conveniently located in Town, just one block from the gondola.
To help the decision-making process, check out Visit Telluride