Editors' Picks

Hotel Madeline

Comfortable crowd-pleaser, ski-in/ski-out

568 Mountain Village Boulevard, Telluride 81435


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At a Glance

For families and groups needing the convenience of a central Mountain Village location and resort amenities, Madeline Hotel & Residences, Auberge Resorts Collection delivers pampering spa treatments, après-ski options and a serious local art collection all under one commodious roof.

Indagare Loves

  • Ice-skating and hot cocoa in the property's 'backyard'
  • The unique art collection, managed by the hotel's dedicated curator
  • The well-designed pool, as lovely during a blizzard as on a sunny summer afternoon
  • The outdoor heated pool, set to open in December 2015


Madeline Hotel & Residences, Auberge Resorts Collection is a full-service resort in Mountain Village with a relaxed home-away-from-home atmosphere. Its 86 rooms and 46 suites are all uniformly decked out in rustic stone and dark wood furnishings, while common spaces are warmed by an ever-evolving collection of art from the American southwest. Accommodations may not break any design boundaries, but they are modern and cozy. The enormous, uber-cozy beds have deep mattresses and layers of Egyptian cotton bedding. Bathrooms are large with separate tubs and walk-in showers but frustratingly dark when you’re rooting in your toiletries bag for a toothbrush. Wireless internet is complimentary in every room, and there are well-stocked mini bars with complimentary water (small details that can be the bugbears for many travelers). Views either look onto Heritage Plaza and the neighboring ice rink or across Mountain Village to the ridge beyond. The three- and four-bedroom residences are some of the best accommodations, boasting large bay windows, spacious bedrooms and full kitchens (with the option of having a private chef).

For multitasking families, the kind of infrastructure Madeline Hotel & Residences, Auberge Resorts Collection provides is nearly irresistible. Exercise fiends have access to a 24-hour fitness facility, while the altitude-weary can head to the spa for oxygen therapy.  An indoor pool framed by retractable glass panes allows swimmers to watch snowdrifts accumulate from the comfort of a climate-controlled pool deck – or make the most of the fresh summer breeze. There are two dining options on-property, the upscale Black Iron Kitchen & Bar, which has a buzzing après-ski scene and winter, and the more casual M Club, which serves class American fare. Also on-property are a Dylan's Candy Shop and Starbucks.

From skiing to snowboarding, the off-property pursuits abound at Madeline Hotel & Residences, Auberge Resorts Collection. The concierge can arrange heli-skiing, cross-country skiing, snowshoeing tours, hiking, fly-fishing, and much more.

Who Should Stay

Families and art lovers who want a full-service resort.

Written by Nikki Ridgway

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