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Guest rooms at Hotel Madeline Telluride are well equipped and spacious. The Forbes Travel Guide Four-Star hotel has 123 total, ranging from rooms to suites and condos. Furnishings are neutral, interesting and textural elements. For example, the fireplace surround is rugged stone. Side tables, the headboard, bed frame, dresser and bedside tables are deep, rich brown woods with raised geometric (rather than floral) patterns. Fabrics on living room sets are a mix of high-quality fabrics to include tweed, chenille and a wool/yarn pattern. Each offers a comfortable seating arrangement; one of 11 suites offers a seating area with sofa and armchair separated from the bedroom by a double fireplace. Balcony rooms even get a small table and chairs arrangement on their balcony overlooking an ice skating rink in Mountain Village.
Rooms at Hotel Madeline Telluride are cozy and inviting. All the units have nice kitchens and the larger rooms and condos feature ones decked out with Wolf appliances and every imaginable amenity. The suites and larger units have living rooms set off from the bedrooms and kitchens, so families and parties can spread out. What we really love: the grand bathrooms with deep-soaking tubs and steam showers, perfect after recreating in the dry, cold mountain. The Forbes Travel Guide Four-Star hotel's condos are the best deal and the roomiest, with Wolf and Sub-Zero kitchen appliances, an ASKO clothes washer and dryer, and views of the San Juan Mountains or the ice rink plaza. Condos at the Telluride hotel range from one-bedroom accommodations to four-bedroom penthouses. But all of the units are spacious enough to feel like you’ve rented a private home; suites have either one or two bedrooms. Rooms come with gas fireplaces and large windows or balconies that offer great vistas of the mountain and the resort.