Keystone is practically synonymous with “family”, which means when it comes to lodging you’ll find condos galore. Look a little deeper and you will also find a high-end lodge and spa, secluded forest getaways, and slopeside digs. Which is to say: whatever you are looking for, Keystone has it.
Lay of the land:
Keystone is big. Click here for a map. The resort is organized into six different areas:
1. East Keystone: lodging here is nestled in the blue spruce, lodgepole pine and aspen forests.
2. River Run: On-mountain access, this area is home to the River Run Gondola and Summit Express chairlift.
3. Mountain House: Keystone's original mountain base area. Lodging here is convenient to all skier services.
4. Lakeside Village: The name says it all. This development is adjacent to the waterfront.
5. North Keystone: Nestled in the Tenderfoot Mountain Ridge, this is where you go to get away from it all.
6. West Keystone: A quiet, forested setting near the golf course, Keystone stables, and the iconic Keystone Ranch Restaurant.
Note: Quoted rates are for summer season and will increase in the winter.
Keystone Lodge and Spa (Lakeside Village)
With 152 guest rooms (including 14 loft suites), a 10,000-square-foot spa, a 36-hole golf course and a mouth watering steakhouse, this is about as fancy as you’ll get at Keystone. The property is a (very) short shuttle drive from the ski area and has out-the-door access to hiking, mountain biking, and more. Rates start at $199.
The Inn at Keystone (Mountain House)
Bring the dog along at this pet-friendly, economical choice that’s located between River Run and Lakeside villages. The rooms at the Inn recently got mattress and refrigerator upgrades. Located within walking distance to the ski village. This cozy hotel also has hot tubs on the roof. Rates start at $119.
Slopeside Condomoniums (Mountain House)
Smack dab in the senter of Mountain House Base Area, these deluxe units come in studios and one-bedrooms. Cozy, fully stocked, and central, they’re an affordable option. Rates start at $109.
Melville House (West Keystone)
This five-bedroom, 5 bathroom home sleeps 12 and is ideal for large or extended families. It’s mountain living as you imagine it: river rock fire place, exposed wooden beams, timber staircase. With an enormous dining room table, two living rooms, a piano, an on-call shuttle, and almost 4,000 square feet of living space, this is one you’ll return to. Rates start at $507
Ski Tip Lodge Bed and Breakfast (East Keystone)
You’ll wake up thinking you’re in the Alps. Housed in one of the original Keystone buildings, this lodge once served as a stagecoach stop. Today it’s an intimate B&B with outstanding cuisine. Seriously. This has some of the best food in the high country. Each guestroom features down comforters and antiques. Choose from a private or shared bathroom. Rates start at $109.