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ELEVATE YOUR GAME GOLF SPECIAL...
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Elevate your golf game to 9,500 feet this summer at the Peaks Resort & Spa and Telluride Golf Club!
- Luxurious Accommodations
- One (1) round of Golf per person
- Range Balls and Practice Facility
- Golf Concierge Services
- 19th Hole Round of Cocktails at Palmyra Bar
- Complimentary Valet Parking
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The powder is piling up around here with more snow on the way! #PeaksTelluride  
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Chair 8 makes us nostalgic, almost feels like a ‪#‎ThrowbackThursday‬ ‪#‎TellurideSnow‬
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Even one of our favorite Telluride Ski Patrol know when to sit back and enjoy the view. ‪#‎Telluride‬ ‪#‎MansBestFriend‬
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Found a little powder and a little sunshine this morning. #TellurideSnow   #Bluebird   #Skiing   #PeaksTelluride  
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It's important to carve some time out for those on mountain meetings. #ColdSmoke   #TellurideSnow   #Ski   #Telluride
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136 Country Club Dr, Telluride, CO 81435
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Don't miss ‪#‎skiing‬ Revelation Bowl this year! ‪#‎SpringBreak15‬ ‪#‎Telluride‬
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Super beyond gorgeous mountain destination weddings. #DestinationWeddings   #TellurideWedding   #MountainWedding  
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Our client results are in! It's official, we won the couple's choice award for ceremony and reception venue! +WeddingWire  #DestinationWedding   #Telluride  http://www.weddingwire.com/couples-choice-awards/denver-colorado-springs-boulder-vail/751-r.html
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Feels like spring skiing out there. This one's for you, until your Spring Break trip with us. #SpringSkiing #Telluride #TellurideSnow
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136 Country Club Dr Telluride, CO 81435
136 Country Club DriveUSColoradoTelluride81435
(970) 728-6800thepeaksresort.com
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The Peaks Resort, situated in Telluride, offers world-class outdoor adventure with unparalleled service and genuine care for our guests. Allow us to share the majestic Rocky Mountains with you through breathtaking scenery, mountain wildlife, and untouched natural beauty. Enjoy a trip to hike, bike, golf, fish, ski and more at the premiere luxury resort of Telluride.
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Ski-in/ski-out resort offering rustic-chic rooms & cabins, plus a spa, dining, waterslide & pools.- Google
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Chris Wesselman
a month ago
The hotel is nice, but don't let them trick you with their spa! We were just planning on using this place for a luxurious night on our honeymoon. We were looking forward to soaking in a nice hot tub after walking around the town. So if that is your desire don't stay here! Even though its the biggest and best spa in colorado it doesn't matter if it closes at 8pm! By the time we were done with everything we hit the spa at about 740 only to be kicked out 20 minutes later! Nobody told us that their great spa closes at 8 even when they insisted on a tour of the place before our purchase for the night. They made it sound like it was open all night at your leisure and that also goes for the gym and workout rooms they have. If your planning on getting an early workout in you wont be able to because the spa/gym area doesn't open until 8 am as well. So we would suggest saving your money and getting a normal priced hotel unless your planning on staying in all day at the resort because you wont be able to enjoy it otherwise. and they also tack on an extra $20 for valet parking that you cannot refuse and an extra $25 spa charge which wont be worth it cause you probably wont get to really use the spa! Hope this helps you in your decision making and how to wisely spend your money.
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Allen Elmore
a month ago
Huge spa. Waterside. Awesome golf course. Gorgeous room. Excellent restaurant. Fun bar. What else could you ask for?
Tricia
10 months ago
We had an amazing experience at the Peaks. The location is great; riding the gondola in and out of town was a fun and efficient way to travel; and we only needed our car to get to Bridal Veil Falls and Trout Lake. The staff is extremely helpful and nice. They helped us find a room that was better for us, since we had our dog, near the end of a hallway where he wouldn't be disturbed. The pool is extremely clean and the water slide is a blast. The only reason I gave the Peaks 4 stars instead of 5 is the parking situation. It is expensive having to pay for valet for the duration of the trip.
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Dan Hartung
a year ago
Absolutely loved our stay @ The Peaks Resort and Spa! Stayed for 8 days at the end of August, came as a large group for my sister's wedding. Staff and management were very friendly and accommodating, and considering that we had friends and relatives flying in from all over the country, things were very smooth. Love the valet service, pricey, but considering you won't need your car for the entirety of your trip, it's actually not bad. Amazing 18 hole golf course. A must play for golf lovers! No clubs, no need. The pro shop @ The Peak Resort includes a set of top of the line clubs, including Taylor Made, Callaway, Ping, Nike, Titleist, etc. Round also includes cart, range balls. Scenery is second to none in Telluride, words are hard to fund to describe the small town. Gondola is just a 5 min walk from the resort, and from there, the gondolas take you anywhere that you need to be
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Zack Mack
a month ago
I stayed here last night thinking it would be the perfect place to relax and unwind after a long day of driving between Denver and Phoenix. I was planning on hitting the hot tub in this beautiful mountain ski town. I never would have guessed that the pools would be closed at 8:00pm!! REALLY??! Sooo.... I paid the $25 resort fee for what?? I was expecting to be charged the $25 resort fee, it is typical for this type of hotel, just not expecting not to be able to use the facilities after I paid the entrance fee. Also beware that there is a mandatory valet service that charges $20 to park your car 30 feet away... just in case you didn't want to take the extra 20 steps to the hotel lobby.
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Jeph Cuevas
4 months ago
Great staff and wonderful scenery around. great in summer too
Dolly N
a year ago
Good location. But Beware, check your bed before you go to sleep. Our sheets had dirt and hair from previous guests . It was so disgusting! I requested to change the sheets myself! Instead to our surprise our pillows had blood stains. Mattress had a big possible body fluid stains as big as 12 inches in diameter. Btw, we discovered this as we were about to jump into bed around 11 o'clock at night! For $ 200 a night it was too unexpectedly disgusting!
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Sharon Seiler
a year ago
August 16-19, 2013 Mom had booked the hotel through a price line auction thingy, which apparently didn't give you the name of the hotel until after you booked. This was a mistake on our part- the cost of the room did not cover the cost of valet parking- $24 a night. There is no other parking. It also didn't cover the additional, similarly hefty resort fee. For a lower-middle class family, this was pretty devastating financially. Aside from our determination to never book via priceline again, I would say our stay was otherwise positive. The rooms were nice, all the staff was courteous and accommodating, and the scenery from our balcony was inspiring. Food in the area is expensive in general- we were lucky to find $20/person dinners, and prices at the resort itself was even higher, so Mom and I would eat out for lunch, bring something home for dinner (such as pizza), and survive off food we brought for breakfast and snacks (such as the dill havarti cheese we brought from home combined with french bread from a local bakery). The room comes equipped with a coffee pot, complimentary coffee, and a mini fridge. We didn't buy any spa treatments either (we didn't have $130+ to spare), but no matter- there are several options that the resort fee already pays for. Geared toward 16+ year-old guests, there are gender-designated areas containing a roman bath, a dry sauna, and a stream room that smells like eucalyptus. Spa lounges offer complimentary lemon water and snacks (in my case, apples). For families and co-ed groups, down the wet blue stairs there is an additional dry sauna, steam room, and hot tubs. Downstairs is where one will also find an indoor-outdoor pool complete with a speedy water slide (that I was too chicken to ever try), and a whole bunch of other rooms I never did utilize- a separate lap pool, fitness room, and yoga room. If you aren't into pools or spas, one could always curl up inside the old west-inspired lobby. Better yet, enjoy the scenery and stars on the outside terrace- complete with cushy chairs and numerous elegant gas burning fire places. The second floor contains an arcade and a snack vending machine. My mom was disappointed by the lack of soda vending machines. And I guess that leaves our room itself. It was pretty clean, although my mom did notice a bit of mold and some finger prints in the bathroom. Mom found the bed to be too hard for her liking, and often parked herself on the room's couch. I was please the room was equipped with an especially deep tub, and Mom and I both enjoyed nibbling on food on our own balcony. Wi-fi is complimentary. Since the room didn't have air conditioning, we left the balcony door open at night/in the morning. Room service is available, but if the food wasn't expensive enough, there is also a $4 delivery fee and 20-something percent gratuity charge, so we chose to forgo room service. The front desk can be contact by phone to bring up things like toilet paper, etc, including unlimited complimentary Dasani bottled water. The last thing I'd like to bring up- I experienced something of a culture shock. I am used to a more casual and friendly culture. The culture of The Peaks, of the Telluride area in general, is a bit more cool and reserved, even coming across as pretentious. I wouldn't blame anyone for this, the reserved nature might even be praised amongst typical clientele, but this is a characteristic to be aware of if you tend to prefer a more gregarious and open way of life. We won't book through price line again, we probably won't be back anytime soon, but I am confident quite a few people will enjoy a stay at the Peaks Resort. At the end of the day, my Mom and I are glad we took this trip.
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