Keystone, Colorado Lodging Overview
Keystone offers more than 1,600 choices for lodging ranging from cozy bed-and-breakfast rooms to luxurious private homes, condominiums and hotel rooms. The Keystone Lodge, a RockResort , a Preferred Hotel, Zagat and AAA Four-Diamond establishment, offers guests beautiful mountain views, many amenities and service excellence. Keystone guests receive access to a pool or hot tub, free HBO and Disney Channel, free resort shuttle service, and kitchens and fireplaces in most condominiums, as well as free Adventure Passports.
- Stay at Keystone's premium properties, such as the new ski-in/ski-out Timbers and Lone Eagle or the slopeside, luxurious Chateaux D'Mont, and receive free ski check, a welcome gift, fresh flowers, a bottle of wine, a personal concierge, daily newspapers and more.
- A concierge contacts Platinum guests prior to their arrival to arrange dinner reservations, activities and provides on-site assistance to ensure an enjoyable experience.
The Forest Neighborhood
Nestled in the woods, these townhomes, private homes and condominiums are a quick and free shuttle ride to the rest of the resort's villages and activities.
Encompassing the AAA Four-DiamondTM Keystone Lodge and a 5-acre ice skating rink, Keystone Village is the perfect hub for active families, couples or 20-somethings with restaurants, shops, the Keystone Fitness Center and the Adventure Center.
Situated at the base of a ridge surrounded by aspens and lodgepole pines, these condos are the perfect place for anyone who wants to be close to the Keystone Village and Conference Center.
As the resort's second base area, the Mountain House bustles with skiers and snowboarders in the winter.
The Mountain View neighborhood provides spectacular views of Keystone Mountain and the surrounding peaks. Situated in the center of the resort, this area is home to The Inn at Keystone, condominiums and several bars and restaurants.
With coffee shops, art galleries, new condominiums and several restaurants, the community of River Run is a bustling hub of the resort. Slopeside accommodations offer easy access to the slopes and apres-ski activities. New luxurious condominiums, such as Lone Eagle and The Springs are great for families and couples seeking to be in the midst of it all.
At the heart of the Ski Tip neighborhood is the Ski Tip Lodge, an 1880s stagecoach stop. A neighborhood of luxurious townhomes now surrounds the historic and charming lodge, which is still a bed-and-breakfast and gourmet restaurant.