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The spa, workout facilities and both pools were wonderful.
The beds were quite soft. Our room was close to the atrium and the noise from there was quite loud. We finally complained at 12:30 am, but were surprised that the hotel staff didn’t ask them to quiet down earlier. We also had a room next to a barking dog
Great Location and Facility, but . . .
Spectacular views, easy access to Mountain Village shops and the gondola, good recreation facilities, including outstanding gym and indoor/outdoor pools. If you like hiking, there are numerous hikes within walking distance, ranging from fairly easy to really challenging. We were there last week of August, which is a slack time for visitors, so had no difficulty finding reservations for any service we wanted, either at the hotel or elsewhere. The property is well maintained, and we had excellent weather, so spent considerable time outside. The staff are friendly and try to be helpful, although there are clear variations in experience level.
The first room we were given was a disaster. The hotel switched us to a second room quickly, but the construction in the next door room sounded like multiple jackhammers operating simultaneously. Hotel staff understood why they needed to move us to a third room, but should have known about the construction next to the second room before putting us there. The third room was attractive, with a great view and balcony, but the air conditioning didn’t work and the mattress on the bed was very worn and uncomfortable - made sleeping difficult. With a good mattress and better climate control, the third room would have been great.
Great location, great staff but rooms are a little
Great staff, location, spa facilities Got a great deal last minute
Resort fee is annoying - just include it upfront Room felt a little dated - bed surprising uncomfortable (too soft) for a 4-star hotel. I had 120 hotel nights in 2015, and this was less comfortable than any of them Still four stars because everything else was good
Staff needs a bit of training. Service was only so so.
The upscale Peaks Resort and Spa offers a great ski-in/ski-out Mountain Village location and is one of the largest and most amenity-packed properties in the Mountain Village and Telluride area. The huge mountain lodge features endless entertainment and appeals mostly to families.
Perched 800 feet above downtown Telluride, The Peaks Resort and Spa is in Mountain Village, near the ski slopes where the gondola serves as the main transportation between the towns. Mountain Village caters only to tourists through easy access to slopes. Built like a European skiing village, the town offers a handful of different plazas packed with restaurants, bars, and other entertainment. The prime location on the far end of Mountain Village means that the town attractions are just a short drive away, but the views are endless and dramatic from the decks of the resort.
The destination seems to favor skiing, but the resort is definitely meant for relaxation through many amenities. The resort offers a 42,000 square foot spa and fitness center with tons of treatments and classes, it is also one of the largest in Colorado. The indoor/outdoor pool offers fantastic views and a waterslide, and the on-site golf course and tennis course provide another sport for guests to enjoy. Several dining options are available and include a seasonal breakfast buffet, coffee shop, and a year-round restaurant offering local fare.
Accommodations are large, spacious, and upscale, ranging from guestrooms and suites with modern amenities. They feature a contemporary mountain feel, with standard features such as plush bathrobes, mini-fridges, and iPod docks. There are two types of suites, Alpineglow and Grande, that families enjoy because they offer more space.
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Policies vary by room type and provider.
The Peaks Resort And Spa is located at 136 Country Club Drive, 1.9 miles from the centre of Telluride. San Miguel River is the closest landmark to The Peaks Resort And Spa.
Check-in time is 16:00 and check-out time is 11:00 at The Peaks Resort And Spa.
Yes, The Peaks Resort And Spa offers free Wi-Fi.
No, The Peaks Resort And Spa does not offer free parking.
No, The Peaks Resort And Spa does not offer free airport shuttle service.
The Peaks Resort And Spa is 3.5 miles from Telluride. The Peaks Resort And Spa is 39.4 miles from Montrose County.
Yes, The Peaks Resort And Spa is a pet-friendly hotel.
Yes, The Peaks Resort And Spa has a pool on-site.