Telluride, Pine Street – Chalet

Telluride, Pine Street – Chalet
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A contemporary penthouse home in the heart of bustling Telluride, Pine Street offers its guests the captivating marriage of uber-chic interiors and commanding mountain views. Just a short walk from the gondola that will whisk you up to the slopes, this wooden-clad apartment makes it easy to explore the local ski resort. With bars and restaurants just a gentle stroll away from your front door, there’s no need to worry about your car when your group goes out to sample the local dining and bar scene.

Pine Street places guests within immediate reach of the Telluride Ski and Golf resort. With gentle pistes and tuition available for the novice and challenging slopes for the seasoned winter sportsperson, your group will be kept entertained. To fuel your alpine adventures, the mountainside is dotted with cafes and restaurants whose après ski will tempt you off the powdery slopes. Once the snow has subsided, the hills become a hiker's paradise, with breathtaking routes such as the trek up to the picturesque Beaver's Creek waterfalls. Ready for a quieter day? A host of boutique shops and a buzzing café culture await in the twinkling Mountain Village.

Up to ten guests can make this dazzling penthouse their home from home on their winter wonderland holiday. Flooded with natural light and boasting spa-quality ensuite bathrooms, each of the apartment’s four bedrooms offers a soothing minimalist space for restful nights after strenuous days on the mountain range. The first bedroom offers a comfortable king-size bed, two bedrooms feature one queen-size bed, and the final bedroom is the ideal spot for children in the group, housing two twin-size beds and two trundles. Complimenting the eye-catching glass spiral staircase, the sleek modern kitchen is a joy to work in - with state-of-the-art equipment, and plenty of worksurfaces, catering for a large group is a cinch.

Returning to this sumptuous chalet after a day in the great outdoors makes leaving the beauty of the mountainside a little easier. Guests can make their way to the spectacular rooftop terrace, where they'll feel on top of the world, looking out across the craggy peaks. Partake in some al fresco dining here and then take a rejuvenating soak in the hot tub before settling down in the comfortable seating area for a sunset cocktail. When the snow starts to flurry, come inside and gather around the cosy fireplace to plan the next day's adventures on your alpine holiday of a lifetime.

Vacation Inclusions

  • 4 Bedrooms / 3 Bathrooms Chalet accommodations (sleeps 10)
  • Curated and inspected homes, villas & chalets
  • Luxury linen and toiletries
  • Round the clock support
  • Complimentary weekly clean
  • Dedicated concierge
  • Earn & redeem Accor ALL loyalty Reward points
  • Personal Meet & Greet
  • Complimentary medical support in partnership with AXA
  • Each home in our portfolio is hand-picked and vetted and comes complete with housekeeping, access to our concierge to assist with in-stay extras (grocery pick-up, transportation, private chefs & more) and 24/7 support

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Located in Colorado's southwestern corner about 200 mi/320 km southwest of Denver, the ski resort of Telluride was for years relatively inaccessible and undiscovered. But then the airport (the second highest in the nation) was built in the late 1980s. Now there is regular service from Denver and other cities, and Telluride has become both a fashionable ski destination and a summer vacation spot.

Even though its popularity has skyrocketed, Telluride has a slightly funkier, more authentic feel to it than some of the more antiseptic upscale resorts. It offers a mix of cowboy chic and movie-star glamour. Among the celebrities who have owned houses there at one time or another are Oprah Winfrey, Ralph Lauren, Christie Brinkley and Oliver Stone. Despite the glam factor, locals are proud of their laid-back, jeans-wearing style. Telluride is also the kind of place where ski instructors and tour guides are likely to be renegade physicists or corporate lawyers who went there to ski and never left.

The town of Telluride, located at the end of a highway in a magnificent box canyon, has so far retained its small-town charm, including Victorian architecture and quaint bed-and-breakfasts. It also offers full-service lodging, boutiques, restaurants and apres-ski amenities. The Peaks Resort and Spa is one of the top spas in the U.S.

Some of the nonski attractions in Telluride include a downtown historic district where restored buildings have been converted into shops and restaurants. Bridal Veil Falls, the longest in Colorado, is absolutely gorgeous.

A free gondola system provides a scenic way to get between Telluride and its newer, European-styled sister city, Mountain Village.

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Valid Date Ranges

January 2024
01/17/2024 12/31/2024 $0 per person
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