Lodging

Winter Park Colorado Lodging is easy to find, and there are options for every budget. In the summertime, rates are way down, but summer activities are plentiful in Winter Park! It’s possible to get a real deal on rooms at the town resort for less than $50 a night in the mountain lodge. The rooms are modern and have beautiful views from all sides of the building. In the winter, the main attraction of skiing and other snow sports draws many visitors to the area, and rates often triple in price. Planning ahead and reserving a room early is the best way to find good deals on lodging. In fact, it’s not too early to book six months or more ahead because hotels and lodges fill up quickly in the winter months.

Every type of lodging is available – hotels and lodges with restaurants, room service, pubs or condominiums, townhomes, mountain inns, bed and breakfast inns, and private mountain homes. If a visitor requires only a room or a suite and doesn’t want to cook, then the hotels, lodges, and inns are the best choice. On the other hand, a family or large group of friends will probably prefer a private condo, townhome, or house where they can cook and have several bedrooms plus a game room and other space. Winter Park Central Reservations can make reservations for guests at any of these lodging spots.

Winter Park Colorado Lodging In addition, a visitor can choose to stay in the town of Winter Park or in Winter Park Resort. In the resort, there are four very different and unique places to stay. Fraser Crossing/Founders Pointe is the newest building with condos from studio size to three bedrooms with cooking facilities. The third floor has a giant area hot tub for guests to mingle, heated walkways, and a large gas grill. Zephyr Mountain Lodge is for the serious skier with its ski in/ski out feature that leads directly to a lift for quick skiing. Breakfast and dinner are served in the restaurant, and The Village at Winter Park, a pedestrian area with cafes, restaurants, and shops is very close. Winter Park Mountain Lodge is another accommodation located within the resort. It also serves breakfast and dinner and has beautiful mountain views in the rooms. Lastly, Village Lofts are located in The Village at Winter Park near the shops and ski lifts. These high-end, elegant, three-bedroom suites have kitchens for visitor use.

Some of the private condos, townhomes, and houses are located within Winter Park, and some are nearby in Fraser Valley. There are secluded log cabins to rent as well as expensive private homes. Most of these have modern, hi-end interiors with very nice furniture, fireplaces, and other extras, such as cable television. A shuttle picks up visitors and delivers them directly to the lifts and is available in many areas.

An advantage of staying in the town of Winter Park is that there are restaurants, bars, and shops to walk to from the hotels, lodges, and condominiums. The nightlife is exciting with a party atmosphere where couples or friends can enjoy a beer or a glass of wine after a day on the slopes. At the resort, there are many family-oriented activities, such as a summer High Country Stampede Rodeo Series, Cowboy Sing-A-Long, Country Dancin’ & Western BBQ, and Mountain Men Story Telling. The activities are well planned at the resort, and various attractions are brought in as well.

Whether a guest decides to rent in the town or at the resort, there are many wonderful places to stay in Winter Park.