Staying at Edelweiss Chalet in Colorado Springs

Steamboat Springs is situated in the Rocky Mountains of Colorado. With its sprawling ranches, rivers, and mountains, the city makes for a serene escape with lots of adventure. Steamboat Springs welcomes everyone with warm hearts, rich history and heritage, and genuine tradition that honors the past while concentrating on its future.

One of the most popular things that people do in the city is to ski-in/ski-out in winter or golf with the cowboys in the number one luxury rental in Steamboat. Edelweiss in Colorado Springs is situated on the ski mountain.

What It’s Like to Stay at Edelweiss Chalet?

Those who want to access the top of Mt Werner should do it through the Thunderhead high-speed-quad lift. Edelweiss Chalet is the perfect place to enjoy magnificent views of the Gandola above Heavenly Daze. The exclusive location of the property on the highest and biggest mountain lot offers visitors the ultimate luxury and privacy.

Edelweiss Chalet accommodates big groups. The luxury property features 7 master suites with individual full bathroom, luxurious feather bedding, and cozy European-style comforters. Every master suite is equipped with a cable television. Aside from the master baths, the property has three other bathrooms. Additional bedding configurations include three queen beds, four full beds, six twin beds, and three hide-a-bed twins.

Moreover, to accommodate the needs of large groups, the property has a gourmet kitchen equipped with top-notch appliances. The kitchen is finished with natural oak floors, imported customized granite countertops and black splashes, as well as cherry cabinets. Every corner of the kitchen offers views of skiers on the upper Alpine Runs and Alpine Scenery.

What to Do in Colorado Springs

A stay at Edelweiss Chalet will ensure you wake up well-rested to be ready for the day ahead of you. If you want to soak in the view of Steamboat Springs, you should visit Old Town Hot Springs or Strawberry Park Hot Springs, the city’s two thermal-water attractions. After working up an appetite from your excursion, head over to the top of Mountain Werner for brunch or lunch. The rest of your day and week would be quite busy with destinations including the Stagecoach State Park’s reservoir, Yampa River Botanic Park, the Tread of Pioneers Museum, and the Steamboat Bike Park should be at the top of your priority list. There is so much to see and do in Steamboat Springs but at the end of the day, you will always see yourself enjoying the luxury of your stay at Edelweiss.

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