The Peaks Resort and Spa
~ Yes, there are certain advantages to staying at a luxury resort near the top of the highest mountains in the Rocky Mountain Range. ~ The first advantage is, ‘that your view is forever’ (or at least as far as Utah).
Aside from the spectacular views of a serious cluster of Rocky Mountain 14,000 foot mountains and westward views into extended sunsets, this famous Telluride Resort called ‘The Peaks Resort and Spa’ provides amenities and perks that will rival any resort on the planet. This list of advantages is almost hard to comprehend. Are you ready, here they come:
160 top of the line spacious rooms and suites with modern furnishings offering endless mountain vista views.
Dozens of 2, 3, 4, and 5 bedroom mountain top view condos and cabins.
Ski in, ski out access to the world famous Telluride Ski Resort beginning at the hotel’s own ski run called, of course, ‘The Peaks’.
In Summer months ski in, ski out access changes to tee in, tee out access at the home of the 18 hole, par 70 Telluride Golf Club.
Four award winning dining rooms.
The largest spa in the state of Colorado. 42,000 sq/ft worth jof spa including thirty-two treatment rooms providing a varied and extensive assortment of relaxing or invigorating signature treatments.
A fitness center which includes a 3 lane lap pool, indoor water slide, heated indoor/outdoor pool, steam rooms, Roman spas and hot tubs, saunas, yoga and Pilates studio, indoor climbing wall and endless rows of gym equipment.
How many resorts have their own 1600′ state of the art game room.
Of course high speed internet is included throughout the resort and you will also find a business center as well for printing, faxing and all your business needs.
Two separate meeting space areas (9,000 sq/ft indoor and 10,000 sq/ft outdoors) which can be used for business gatherings, banquets or for weddings.
3000 sq/ft of after-ski viewing areas overlooking the best views in the kingdom.
Within walking distance of countless shops and restaurants and a breathtaking free gondola ride descending off the ridge hundreds of feet to the bustling town of Telluride below.
Access to a wide variety of nearby winter and summer activities that can be found throughout the region.
So there you go. Everything you’d want in a quality resort and More….’The Peaks Resort and Spa’.
Peaks Resort & Spa Accommodation
The Peaks Resort offers an array of rooms and suites that have many similar features which will include:
Amazing views of the mountain peaks
Easy access to the Mountain Village
Undercover accessibility to the spa, fitness center and the restaurant Altezza
These are Ski in / Ski out and Golf in / Golf out units
Big Flat Screen TV’s
Free fast internet service
Phone service with voicemail
In King rooms there will also be Queen sleeper sofas
Large bathrooms with his/hers accommodations
Terry Cloth robes (2 per room)
Large closet with irons and board
In unit coffee preparation
Small size fridge
No Air conditioning but ceiling fans
In room safe
Some units have balconies
For all of the ‘See Forever’ and ‘Penthouse’ units at the Peaks Resort and Spa we do not have current seasonal pricing listed on the site. Please call for pricing.
The ‘Peaks’ Amenities
Some Activities and Tours Near the Peaks Resort and Spa
More Information Relating to Telluride
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