Oct 16 - Oct 17
Great location and nice room. Except room was dirty at check in and broken TV. Front desk staff was polite but housekeeper gave us attitude at 9:30 because we weren't out of the room yet so it could be cleaned. Very rude!!!!
Oct 27 - Oct 28
Beautiful. Felt comfortable. Did not feel rushed to check out
Oct 16 - Oct 17
Quiet and clean, nothing fancy just a good room for the price
Hotels in Steamboat Ski Resort start at $99 per night. Prices and availability subject to change. Additional terms may apply.
Few places in the world feature year-round excitement, but Steamboat Springs is one such city. Nicknamed "Ski Town, USA," Steamboat Springs is a winter wonderland and a summer playground prized for its wealth of outdoor recreation. In the span of a few months, you can launch your mountain bike down winding mountain trails and glide down the same slopes on your skis or snowboard. And, with a stay at one of the many hotels in Steamboat Springs, you can experience all of that, as well as the city's rich history of ranching, mining, and homesteading.
Steamboat Springs hotels are celebrated for their comfort and hospitality, but the city likes to keep its visitors active. With state parks, nature trails, and hot springs galore, the odds are you won't be spending very much time indoors, no matter how comfortable your accommodations are. Cycle down one of the city's hundreds of miles of mountain trails or road track. Trade those wheels in for skis when the snow falls and experience the kinds of slopes that have produced dozens of the country's leading winter athletes. If you're a more sedate traveler, Denver flights are cheap and frequent, so get to the state capital and take an easy three-hour drive to Steamboat Springs to experience the city's rodeos and carnivals.
Steamboat Springs hotel deals bring you face to face with the state's bounty of beautiful scenery and lush wildlife, as well as locally-sourced cuisine—available at your fingertips through one of many specialty restaurants in the city. Using wild game and produce as ingredients, the chefs in Steamboat Springs present culinary delights that honor tradition and push innovation. Sticking to the city's main thoroughfare of Lincoln Avenue, you're bound to find restful places to stop after a long day outdoors. These restaurants serve up slow-roasted Buffalo meat, venison sandwiches, marinated trout fillets, and more to soothe tired muscles and fill empty bellies.
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