- Room Only
- Ski-In / Ski-Out
- Really nice ambience
- Outdoor heated swimming pool
Situated in a fantastic ski in / ski out position just beside the Silver Bullet Gondola, the Sheraton provides a high level of accommodation in an unbeatable position.
Prices are per person based on 2 sharing a room.
Amenities include a ski valet, ski rental shop, room service, an outdoor heated swimming pool and hot tubs on a terrace, a health club with steam room, saunas, fitness room and massage, plus a choice of 2 restaurants and a superb little bar. Rooms feature private balconies, mini fridge, coffee maker and complimentary Starbuck's coffee, cable TV with movies and Nintendo, telephones with dataport and voicemail and hair dryer. This is a fabulous hotel with a really nice ambience, and definitely the most convenient full service hotel in Steamboat with it's spectacular location right at the base of the slopes.
Standard Room (1 king or 2 queen beds), Morningside 2, 3 & 4 Bedroom Condos (bedding and facilities vary). Rollaway beds are available. Cribs are free. Smoking units are available.
Steamboat has expanded its area 40% over 4 years, making it a resort of fair size by Colorado standards. The domain often sells itself as a 'wild west' resort, which isn't the case for the modern Steamboat resort. However, the older Steamboat Springs town does keep some of its rodeo style. The skiing offers some reasonable terrain for all, but not quite enough to keep everyone happy for too long. Beginners have good nursery slopes and an excellent ski school, while intermediates have a limited amount of beautiful pistes to cruise. Advanced skiers will love the wooded off-piste powder. Boarders of all standards have 2 specialist parks and 1 in 3 of all lift passes are sold to boarders. The snow record is reliable even though the resort is quite low, while there are comprehensive snowmaking facilities. An efficient lift system also means very few queues and very jolly lift staff.
The resort is split between Springs and Steamboat, the former 20 minutes away by bus. There are all types of accommodation, with plenty of bars and restaurants for all tastes and budgets. This results in pretty lively après-ski, which is marginally better in the old town. It is perhaps best to stay in Steamboat and skip over to Springs in the evening. The old town also provides much of the off-snow activities, of which there are plenty. Don't think a visit to Steamboat is worthwhile only for the 'gun-toting' history, as the skiing is varied and challenging for all. It's a wonderful resort, but a bit of a trek from Europe…
Easy Slope Access
Great for Mixed Abilities
Lively Night Life
Ski In Ski Out
Snow Cat Skiing
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