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Rocky Mountain cabins

The perfect stay
in Colorado

The rugged Rocky Mountains are as much a part of America’s culture as they are its landscape. Dramatic peaks blanketed in snow throughout the winter, marvellous native wildlife, and a backdrop of the vast Great Plains make it one of the world’s most impressive destinations for an outdoor adventure. Experience its mesmerising beauty firsthand from the comfort of a cosy Rocky Mountain cabin rental in Colorado.

Stretching out for well over a thousand miles, it’s safe to say that the Rocky Mountains are immense. The region boasts National Park status and is home to some of the best ski resorts in North America. When you’re not hitting the slopes or unwinding in your lavish Rocky Mountain chalet, you’ll have the chance to soak up the local cuisine and unique charm of bustling Colorado mountain towns like Aspen, Breckenridge, and Steamboat.

Not just a winter destination, you’ll find a bounty of activity options if you book a cabin in the Rocky Mountains National Park in the spring or summer. Fly-fishing expeditions, breathtaking hikes, horse-riding adventures, and encounters with grizzly bears and majestic elk can all be on your holiday agenda. The Rockies are very much intertwined with the country’s history, too. You’ll spot sites of famous Civil War battles, plus locations where you can learn all about the region’s indigenous roots and thrilling Gold Rush heyday.

Things you can't miss in the Rocky Mountains
  • Enjoy the adventure of a lifetime and arrive on the mountain in style by chartering a heliski helicopter.
  • In winter, enjoy a sled ride through the winter wonderland led by a team of friendly husky pups.
  • Make sure you take a dip in the region's numerous hot springs, the most relaxing après-ski activity.

Our insider tips for the Rocky Mountains

“I'll always treasure the memory of my first visit to Colorado. This vast and incredibly beautiful state is heaven for nature lovers and fans of winter and summer sports, boasting some of the best ski resorts and hiking trails in the country.”

Tiffiny Alvarez Travel Advisor
Tiffiny Alvarez

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Enhance your Colorado stay

Your luxury onefinestay rental chalet in the Rocky Mountains comes with a host of additional services, including wellness activities, sports and equipment hire, dinner reservations, a personal chef, childcare, car hire, entertainment, and celebratory decorations. Just ask your dedicated concierge for more details.
Explore your dream destination with VIP car rental. Your dedicated concierge can arrange delivery of your rental car to your door on arrival.

Car rental

Why drive yourself when you can sit back and relax? Your personal chauffeur can take you to your destination’s best-kept-secret spots in real style.


Don’t worry if you’ve forgotten the pushchair, we have everything our younger guests need to rent including a selection of age-appropriate toys.

Child toy & equipment rental

Your dedicated concierge can arrange fantastic experiences including white-water rafting trips or a winter sledding activity.


Looking forward to some treats and a bottle or two of wine? Your personal concierge can arrange grocery deliveries on arrival and during your stay.

Grocery delivery

You’re here to enjoy yourself and make the most of every second. So sit back, relax, and let your personal butler take care of all the details.

Private butler

Using the best fresh ingredients, your private chef can create a meal to remember. Why not learn a few culinary tricks with in-home cooking lessons?

Private chef

Waiting with a perfect hot chocolate and a roaring log fire when you get back off that black run, your ski butler will take care of all the details.

Ski butler

Hit the slopes with our ski equipment rental service. Your skis are ready and waiting for you so you can spend more time on the black run.

Ski equipment rental

Explore your destination on two wheels with our convenient bike rentals. Experience the freedom of cycling while enjoying scenic routes and attractions of your choice.

Sports equipment rental

Let your dedicated concierge take all the hassle out of transfers so you can start your dream vacation from the moment you step off the plane.


Find your inner peace with a massage or wellness treatment at your villa, or visit the destination’s best spas for some indulgent ‘you’ time.

Wellness/In-home spa

Essential Rocky Mountains information

When to visit the Rocky Mountains


Please note: these are the average temperatures reported but can vary greatly due to weather conditions, such as heat waves etc. We kindly invite you to contact us for more information, including confirmation that your chosen chalet has air conditioning, to ensure a comfortable stay.

Best time to go

  • During spring: the snow begins to melt by early April and bursts of colour appear in the form of gorgeous wildflowers. Nevertheless, daily temperatures sit at around 10℃ (50℉), and snowfall is still possible in the Rockies' higher locales. Tick off some of the region’s lower hiking trails or venture through the foothills on horseback, keeping your eyes peeled for newborn elk and moose.

  • During summer: with temperatures sitting nicely in the 20s℃ (high 60s℉) by June, many guests flock to the Rocky Mountain National Park to soak up its lush scenery and embark on numerous outdoor pursuits. Trekking to its loftiest peaks is now possible, while water-based activities like white-water rafting are utterly exhilarating. It’s also a good time for festivals, including the Food & Wine Classic in Aspen and the Fourth of July celebrations regionwide. Love music? Don’t skip the Telluride Bluegrass Festival in June.

  • During autumn: by autumn, the Rockies are a riot of colour as the aspen trees turn vivid shades of red, amber and gold. Crisp air and temperatures of 10℃ to 15℃ (50℉ to 60℉) make it a good time for mountain biking adventures, glacier hikes, and trout fishing. It’s elk mating season, too, with many park rangers leading specialised wildlife walking tours. Rain showers are infrequent but expect regular snowfall by November.

  • During winter: December to February is the best time for a cosy Rocky Mountain cabin escape, thanks to the region’s fabulously frosty scenery. Ski season is in full swing, and there are plenty of other winter activities to enjoy, from snowshoeing to sledging. Planning a trip to Breckenridge? Late January is when the town hosts the International Snow Sculpture Championships.

How to get there

Make the journey as memorable as the arrival. Your dedicated concierge can arrange transportation from the closest airport or bus station to your Rocky Mountain chalet.

By plane

There are several international airports close to the Rocky Mountain National Park, including Denver. You’ll also spot smaller regional airports, such as Glenwood Spring Municipal Airport just northwest of Aspen, with private jet facilities. The easiest way to reach your Rocky Mountain chalet from your chosen airport is via a VIP car transfer arranged with your concierge.

By car

Hiring a car and setting off on daily road trips is a great way to see the Rockies, especially if you’re visiting outside of the ski season when there are various other activity options to enjoy. The roads are well-maintained and very scenic, although some are closed by late autumn and throughout the winter. Your concierge can help you book your car rental, whether you want a vehicle for your entire trip or just a few days.

By bus

The National Park Service runs free shuttle buses across the Rockies between May and October. There are three different routes which mostly cover the park’s eastern destinations. You could also hop on the Estes Park Shuttle (note that this is ticketed) from Denver International Airport and then arrange any onward travel from Estes Park to your ski resort.

Local tips

  • Always be respectful of the mountain wildlife and be sure to follow any local rules and regulations.
  • Make sure to always have a water bottle on hand as it is easier to get dehydrated at high altitudes.
  • Pack a lightweight outer layer or sweater even in the summer, as temperatures tend to dip dramatically in the evening.

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