Penthouse Andrew is one incredible retreat that comes comes with all of the unbeatable amenities that are offered by the Hotel Madeline. The view from the penthouse may be the very best in all of Mountain Village, and the area's most popular ski runs are available right outside of the front door.
A vaulted ceiling and beautiful hardwood floors set the mood for these lovely accommodations, and the living area boasts a gas fireplace that warms those seated on the surrounding sofas and leather armchairs. Large windows provide stunning views of the San Sophia Range, and this area also includes a flat screen television, Sonos system, an L shaped sectional couch and a writing desk for those who must sneak in a bit of work. A semi vaulted ceiling graces the Master Suite, and it boasts an ultra-comfortable king size bed, a flat screen television, a large walk in closet and a balcony that offers wonderful views of the Gondola and the San Sophia Range. The master bath includes a relaxing steam shower, a deep soaking tub and dual vanity sinks. The guest room next to the master suite offers a king size bed, a flat screen television and a private bath with a deep soaking tub, a separate shower and dual vanity sinks. This room also shares the balcony with the master suite. The other two guest rooms comprise of one king suite and one bunk room with two full sized bunks; each with a flat screen television, a shared balcony with views of the Telluride Airport and the San Sophia Range and a private bath with a separate glass shower, a soaking tub and dual vanity sinks.
Amenities offered by the resorts include full access to the fitness facilities, the heated pool and hot tub, the full service spa and the area's best restaurants.
With small-town charm, Telluride is known for both friendliness and a laid-back atmosphere. This former Victorian mining town in Colorado’s Rocky Mountains is set in a box canyon amid forested peaks at the base of a popular ski-and-golf resort. The town’s historic district houses landmarks like the Sheridan Opera House, a performing-arts venue originally built in 1913, and the Telluride Historical Museum,