Hotel Madeline Telluride in Telluride, Colo., a ski-in ski-out, luxury boutique hotel located within walking distance of the gondola connecting Mountain Village to historic Telluride, unveiled new renovations and additions in time for the 2013 ski season.
The renovations include a newer arrival experience, a new entrance with a pair of fire pits to warm arrivals in the winter and five flagpoles. There is also a new art collection, hand-selected by recently appointed resident art curator Sara Eyestone, adorning the hotel's public areas, and is for sale at the artists' studio prices. The collection includes paintings by Bruce Clovis Smith, Kathleen Frank, and Signe Bergman.
New retail outlets in Mountain Village include a second outpost for local favorite, Telluride Truffles; Paladin, an upscale boutique for furniture and decorating accessories, all made in the US; a gourmet food and wine store; and the first Starbucks in the area.
A new street entrance into Restaurant REV is expected to spell convenience for locals and drop-in diners. There is a farm-to-table menu developed by executive chef Cory Sargent and chef de cuisine Bud Thomas. Newly enhanced outdoor seating and a fire pit for SMAK bar, as well as an awning to keep guests and locals warm in winter, will set the tone for a year-round, open-air venue. The bar boasts a new 70-inch HDTV, three more large HDTVs and sound system for televising events such as the Academy Awards and Superbowl.
The hotel will be adding 12 new queen guestrooms, with furniture, fixtures and electricity to their inventory, while all suites and condos will receive new HDTV and stereo sound systems.
Hotel Madeline Telluride is a boutique address located at the heart of Telluride, Colorado's ski mountain. The hotel has 96 guestrooms, 11 suites and 16 condos. REV is Telluride's signature dining venue, serving farm-to-table mountain cuisine with local and regional ingredients. SMAK is a relaxed Rocky Mountain tavern.
Meanwhile, The Spa offers treatments focused on healing and rejuvenation. Hotel Madeline Telluride also offers venues for weddings and small-scale meetings, with 3,000 square feet of function space surrounded by mountain peaks.