Crested Butte Vacation Rentals
The Grand Lodge
This hotel is located at the base of the Crested Butte ski resort. Skiers and riders can walk right to the ski lifts from the back door of this lodge. The Grand Lodge is also home to the Wildflower Spa and the Woodstone Grill, Deli and Lounge. There is an on-site fitness center and weight room, ski valet, internet access, and full-time concierge services.
Elevation Hotel and Spa
This is one of the most luxurious hotels at the base of Mt. Crested Butte. Guest rooms here are modern and spacious. The Elevation Spa has a long list of spa treatments that are available to guests at the hotel. This includes message therapy, facials, and body treatments like hydrotherapy. There is also a restaurant, business center, fitness center, and heated pool inside of this hotel.
The Lodge at Mountaineer Square
This is another ski lodge with convenient access to the ski slopes and top notch amenities/services. Enjoy the use of an indoor/outdoor heated pool, full fitness center, business center, ski valet and all of the other amenities you would expect with one of Crested Butte’s highest rated lodges. Check out all of the shops and restaurants in Mountaineer Square while you are staying here.
The Westwall Lodge
The Westwall Lodge has luxury condominiums with premier access to the ski slopes. This ski lodge is located at the base of the Westwall ski lift, and there is a heated pool and hot tub that look up at Mt. Crested Butte. Guests at the Westwall can enjoy the amenities of the Alpine Club which is located inside of the lodge. All of the rental condominiums here come with fully-equipped kitchens, fireplaces, a washer/dryer, and as much as 3,700 sq. ft. of space.
The Inn at Crested Butte
This inn is located in downtown Crested Butte; on the free local bus route that takes skiers up to the mountain. All of the guest rooms here have wireless internet access. There is a business center, hot tub, and a daily wine/cheese tasting for all of the guests.
Elk Mountain Lodge
This lodge serves a hearty breakfast from 7:30 to 9:00. Each guest room has down comforters and pillows, wireless internet access, and access to discounted lift tickets. The Lodge Bar is open for apres ski activities until 10:30 pm. This feels like a small mountain lodge, but the accommodations are great and the ski resort is only a short drive away.
The Nordic Inn
Guests at this inn can easily walk to the ski slopes and ski lifts. Most of the rooms here have a maximum occupancy of 4 people. Rooms are available with kitchenettes pending availability. There is also an A-frame nordic chalet available for rent.
The Nordic Inn is a great place to stay in Crested Butte if you are on a budget but you still want to stay close to the ski mountain. You can easily get a room here for less than $150/night.
Old Town Inn
The Old Town Inn is located in downtown Crested Butte, just a few minutes drive away from the ski area. This inn has more than 30 rooms; each with cable, internet access and daily housekeeping services. You can expect to pay between $100 and $150 for a room here during the ski season. While you won’t see the gold sink faucets that you might see in one of the top-rated hotels, you can expect great service and a pleasurable stay from this privately owned Inn.
Black Bear Lodge
Black Bear Lodge is a perfect vacation getaway and a memorable family reunion in cabins straight across the street from the West Wall Lift. It is nestled in the base of Crested Butte Mountain and is walking distance from the Slopes and Lifts. It also has ski-in/ski-out area.
Chateaux Condominiums is nestled in the Elk Mountain Range, a four minute walk to the mountain base. The town bus stops right in front of the Condo every fifteen minutes which takes you to the Slopes and town operational in all the seasons.
The Christiana Guesthaus bed and breakfast is Crested Butte’s exclusive boutique hotel, conveniently located in the heart of downtown of Crested Butte. It is a historic modern guesthouse built in European style and is just one block North of Elk Avenue and the free town bus shuttle to the base area of Mount Crested Butte Resort.
Crested Butte Lodge and Hostel
Located near the Crested Butte town center, it is 4 minutes’ walk from Elk Avenue and 2.4 miles from Crested Butte Mountain Resort. The Crested Butte Lodge and Hostel was founded in 1997 by a company which operates a hostel where families, friends, a large group or individuals can stay and experience amazing, affordable, convenient and attractive lodge settings.
Crested Butte Ski Condos
Breathtakingly beautiful in an unspoiled setting, surrounded by valleys and high peaks, Crested Butte Ski Condos is the perfect place to connect with friends and family. It is just at a few walk from the Slopes, couture shops and dining areas.
Forest Queen Hotel
The Forest Queen Hotel is a perfect vacation rental choice for your Crested Butte vacation both in summers and winters. It is conveniently located at ten minutes’ walk from Crested Butte Mountain Heritage Museum and Crested Butte Town Park, 3 miles from Crested Butte Mountain Resort and right across the street from the free skier shuttle bus.
Nestled in the center of Crested Butte Mountain resort base area, the Gateway at Crested Butte sits exactly on the base of Peachtree Lift. It is one of the great ski in/ski out Condo, near to the hiking, biking, ski area services, shopping and many dining areas.
Situated just steps from the mountain Slopes and ski lifts, Mountaineer Square is the base area’s hot spot for upscale mountain entertainment, hiking and biking. It offers exceptional service and great atmosphere, complete with wine club and plenty of perks.
Make Paradise Condos your base for adventure, whether you’re visiting Crested Butte in the summer or winter. We’re just a short shuttle ride away from the base area and lifts. It is at a mere distance of 1 mile to Crested Butte Mountain Resort, Trailhead Children’s Museum, and 3 miles from Crested Butte Town Park and Crested Butte Mountain Heritage Museum.
Pioneer Guest Cabins
Pioneer Guest Cabins are situated in the Gunnison National Forest, 8 miles from Crested Butte, and 12 miles from Crested Butte Town Park, Crested Butte Mountain Heritage Museum, Crested Butte Mountain Resort and Trailhead Children’s Museum. The Cabins are surrounded by Fir and Spruce trees at the base of stunning Cement Mountains.
Purple Mountain Bed and Breakfast
The Purple Mountain Bed and Breakfast makes great home base for your Crested Butte adventure, wild or civilized. It was founded in the year 1927 and is one of the oldest inns in town with one of the best lodging experiences, and excellent care of guests.
Nestled on gentle rolling slopes and shaded by pine and timber trees, the San Moritz in Crested Butte offers a peaceful living location with the amenities you expect in today’s fast paced lifestyle.
Steps from the renowned Robert Trent Jones, 2nd Championship golf course and three miles from the Crested Butte town, the Skyland Lodge represents the ultimate in quality, location, and amenities in Crested Butte.
The Ruby of Crested Butte
The Ruby of Crested Butte combines beautiful architecture with prime location in Crested Butte. We invite you to begin each morning in the warmth of the Breakfast Room with a wholesome continental breakfast to start your mountain adventure.
The Grand Lodge Hotel
The Grand Lodge Hotel has always embraced its rich history, but kept well with modern amenities while the Hotel’s original architecture and charm have been tastefully preserved. Contributing greatly to the hotel’s prime location at the base of the Crested Butte Mountain Resort ski slope, it is 200 yards from the Silver Queen Gondola and Red Lady Express chairlifts.
These beautiful slope side Condominiums feature fabulous views of the surrounding area, and the great ski-in/ski-out location allows you to ski almost to your front door with the slopes accessible just a few steps away via The Red Lady Express quad. The Condominium is located on the Whetstone road in a serene and calm atmosphere away from the crowd.
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