What are the rooms like at Gateway Canyons Resort?

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Kim Atkinson

With their Southwestern style, spaciousness and superb views out of every window, the rooms at Gateway Canyons Resort are a comfortable retreat at the end of an active day at this luxury resort in Western Colorado. Rooms in the Kiva Lodge, which circle the resort’s pool and clubhouse courtyard, are available in four configurations, with the smallest (at 485 square feet) deluxe rooms featuring king or double beds, a wet bar with mini fridge and Keurig coffee maker, and high definition flat-screen TVs. The larger premium rooms feature gas kiva fireplaces and more space to spread out at 685 square feet. Signature rooms have the added draw of outdoor private hot pools, and the Grand Kiva Signature Suites have separate living and dining space, two separate bedrooms and their own private outdoor space with outdoor gas fireplaces.

In the Kayenta Lodge, which encircles a quiet grassy courtyard, there are three types of rooms to choose from, all with distinct, colorful décor marked by vibrant turquoise accent walls behind the plush, duvet-topped beds and beautiful, rustic wood pocket doors that conceal the spacious bathrooms with copper tubs. Deluxe rooms on the ground floor of the two-story structure have outdoor fireplaces, while second story rooms have balconies with freestanding fire bowls. Premium rooms include living rooms with sleeper sofas and the same choice of outdoor fireplace or fire bowl, and the Signature Rooms include all the comforts of the Deluxe and Premium rooms plus outdoor hot pools.

This summer, the resort’s most luxurious option, its new casitas, will open and offer secluded, two-story suites that can be configured with multiple bedrooms, making them ideal for families traveling together. You’ll find the same Southwestern-influenced décor, comfortable beds and oversized bathrooms rooms throughout the resort, with added luxe touches such as outdoor showers, private decks with fire pits and outdoor hot pools, and oversized windows (for taking in all those magnificent Colorado stars).

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