We’re located in the heart of historic downtown Telluride, Colorado — a vibrant Old West town packed with famous restaurants, galleries, music venues and colorful characters.
We’re also only 25 feet from the Oak Street Lift and about 50 feet from the gondola, giving skiers tremendous access to the Telluride Ski Resort, a world-class mountain with some of the best expert terrain in the country and acre upon acre of intermediate and beginner slopes.
Being a true ski-in and ski-out hotel with a prime location in a genuine town — not some pre-fabricated “base area” — makes the Camel’s Garden a hotel unlike any other in North America.
The location works just as well in the summer, too. Telluride is a mecca for festivals, hiking, mountain biking, fishing and all other alpine pursuits. Our access to these assets is unmatched. Even more so in summer than winter, Telluride’s historic district (as opposed to the Mountain Village) is the center of activity and clearly the place to stay. Walk out our front door, and you’re already at some of Telluride’s best restaurants. A block farther and you are on Main Street. Walk around behind the Camel’s and you are right on the River Trail, which winds along the beautiful San Miguel River, and connects to the Bear Creek Trail and many others.
The Camel’s is packed with amenities we know you’ll love. We have a huge hot tub with views of Ajax Mountain. Our rooms are large, clean, bright, modern and extremely well appointed with MP3 music docks, flat-screen TVs, huge beds, comfy robes and more. We treat all guests to free wine at our daily après-ski. There is a restaurant, a spa and a ski shop right in our lobby. A free continental breakfast is served daily. Parking in our heated garage is also free. Your car will be extremely comfy, but rather lonely as we doubt you’ll need it during your stay. The Camel’s Garden Hotel is close to everywhere you’ll want to be in Telluride.
Visit our Web site to make a reservation, or give us a call at 888-772-2635. We know you’ll love Telluride, and there’s no place better to stay in paradise than the Camel’s Garden.