Boutique Mountain Hotel in Carbondale
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Western Colorado is nothing short of a mountain paradise, an area of unparalleled natural beauty filled with opportunities for outdoor adventures and infused with Wild West heritage. Over a dozen epic ski and snowboard resorts are located nearby our Carbondale hotel, from the peaks of Aspen to the fields of Snowmass and the slopes of Buttermilk.
Even city lovers will enjoy a stay at our hotel, an upscale mountain village with deluxe spas, gourmet restaurants, designer shopping, art galleries and museums. Head to nearby Glenwood Springs or Redstone Castle to learn about the frontier history of the area, or just relax and soak in the incredible natural scenery and hushed mountain lifestyle.
Be sure to explore charming downtown, a small mountain town with a busy main street, plenty of shopping and restaurants, excellent local park and a tangible community spirit.
From Interstate 70 –
Head south on Highway 82 for 12 miles, until you reach Highway 133. Turn right on Highway 133 and drive 1 block to Cowen Drive and turn left. You will see our boutique hotel on the left.
From Aspen –
Follow Highway 82 north for 30 miles, then left on Highway 133 and drive 1 block to Cowen Drive and turn left. Our Carbondale hotel will be on the left.
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in 2018 Bloomberg Travel dubbed Carbondale Colorado’s most exciting Summer destination. It’s unique local dining experiences, many outdoor activities and abundant creative energy make it a “refreshingly intimate alternative” to larger nearby towns.
Men’s Journal ranked Carbondale, CO of the 10 Best Places to Live Now in 2015. They cited the location, sense of community and passion for outdoor adventure.
Penny Hot Springs in Carbondale was voted number 7 on this list by Curbed. Sitting on the banks of the Crystal River, just a short drive south from Carbondale, these primitive springs are hard to beat for pure, natural beauty.
Carbondale made this list from 5280 Magazine in 2015 for it’s access to outdoor adventure, thriving eateries, a lively arts community, and a friendly population.