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Discover your base camp for adventure, nestled in America's best mountain town

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The only Forbes Travel Guide Five-Star Resort in Telluride

Unveiling Madeline’s complete transformation

Framed by the majestic 14,000-foot peaks and wide blue skies of Colorado’s Rocky Mountains from its perch in Telluride’s Mountain Village, the Forbes Travel Guide five-star resort Madeline Hotel & Residences brings a new tier of luxury to the destination of Telluride. With the transformation of the Madeline, THE BEST mountain town in the Rockies, now has one of top luxury hotels. A favorite local saying in Telluride is, ‘I came for the winter and stayed for the summer’, and there’s truly no place quite like it. Known as one of the best ski towns in the country, a whole new world emerges as the snow melts, revealing lush wildflower meadows, verdant mountain trails, and secluded alpine lakes. Summer in Telluride is truly where you can discover pure gold in the historic mining town.

Stay at Madeline Hotel & Residences

Your own private basecamp on the mountain

Curated Residential Escapes

Furnished like a rarified ski home, Madeline Residences combine ski-in, ski-out access, unparalleled hotel amenities and personal services.

Explore the treasures that exist within the southwest region of the Auberge Resorts Collection

Find Your Perfect Itinerary

Plan two or more stays with our Auberge properties this summer and save up to 30%, while you take a Great American Road Trip.

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ENDLESS ALPINE ADVENTURES AWAIT

Discover new One-of-a-kind Experiences

Bring home stories of exclusive luxury adventures in the Rocky Mountains. Curated by our team of Adventure Guides, with over 60 years of combined Telluride residency, discover new one-of-a-kind experiences for the summer which embody Telluride’s natural spirit of adventure and exploration. Soar over National Parks and spend the day exploring, bike the San Juan Mountains’ winding trails, motorcycle through the 263-mile San Juan Skyway loop, fly fish for trophy trout in the San Miguel River and pursue other adrenaline-seeking expeditions. More serene offerings— sunrise meditation, private alpine tea ceremonies, or horseback riding through wildflower meadows—embrace mindfulness in nature. After a day full of adventure, unwind each evening with various “stretch down” services, personal meditation tools, or bath rituals to naturally decompress.
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Wellness in the San Juan Mountains

Experience the high-altitude tranquility unique to our home in the mountains. Complement the adrenaline rushes of your outdoor adventures with intricately curated wellness treatments. Refuel ahead of tomorrow’s explorations and create cherished moments of quietude that both heighten and unite the five senses.

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Madeline staff deserve the highest marks possible. The entire staff went beyond the call to make sure our stay was exceedingly exceptional. They truly went the extra mile in all our dealings with them. All in all, this was the vacation that dreams and lifelong memories are made of.
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Stories from Madeline

Do The Best Places to Fly Fish Near Telluride

Telluride really is an angler’s paradise, with some of the finest trout streams in the Rocky Mountains along with countless high country lakes, ponds and alpine creeks that make for stellar fly fishing year-round—even in winter. Here’s a guide to the best spots for fly fishing Telluride, CO and its environs any time of year. 

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Play Get Elevated at Madeline

I love skiing the slopes just as much as any local. But I’ll admit it: Summer might be even better than winter for enjoying elevated adventures at Madeline. Not only is playtime on the peaks infinitely more varied in the warmer months—because of the temperate weather, it’s also the best time of year to play above the peaks. As the days get longer, there’s more time than ever to try these adventures. Here are my top five favorite ways to enjoy the “high” life in Telluride. Why don’t you try one (or all five) this summer?

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Do Colorado’s Most Scenic—and “Fruitful”—Road Trip

As an Area Director of Sales and Marketing, I cover two amazing mountain resorts: Hotel Jerome in Aspen and Madeline Hotel & Residences in Telluride. That means I’m often on the road shuttling between the two, surrounded by some of the most scenic vistas in Colorado.

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Area Director of Sales and Marketing
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Go Don't Forget Your Mushroom Costume

There are two things each new season in Telluride is sure to bring: a change in weather and unparalleled festivals. In my opinion, Telluride's smaller, lesser-known festivals are some of the town’s best-kept secrets. Take, for instance, the quirky Mushroom Festival. Here me out— it’s a celebration of full of cooking demonstrations, guided hikes for mushroom identification, and a parade where attendees get creative with fungal-themed costumes.

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