Steamboat, The Rockies
If you want to experience the finest in mountain living, the contemporary sophistication of Cazador Lodge has it all. This masterpiece of architectural design uses glass as its focal feature, creating an almost seamless transition from the extraordinary views outside to the spacious, open-plan interior. With five bedrooms and plenty of space for up to ten guests, Cazador Lodge is a marvel. The stunning Yampa Valley is your backdrop at Cazador Lodge, with the charming town of Steamboat Springs at its heart. Once a silver town, it got its name from the sound of running water the old-time miners could hear through the tunnels. Once the silver had run dry, the water carried on flowing from the hot springs that surround the town. Today, this delightful location is home to international cuisine, three microbreweries, and a distillery specialising in gin, whiskey, and moonshine. Walk to the end of the main street, and you're immediately surrounded by mountains filled with natural wonders all year round. The summer season is perfect for golf lovers, with a Jack Nicklaus-designed course offering 27 holes. And during the winter, it's time to strap on your skis or snowboard and take on the most challenging mountain runs in North America. Cazador Lodge pays homage to its surroundings by embracing the view and using it as a living work of art. The great room, dining area and all of the bedrooms have feature windows, allowing you to see every aspect of the view. The furnishings are modern and understated, and the kitchen utilises the latest equipment and a showstopping white granite island bar. From here, you can step out onto the deck and breathe in the crisp mountain air. The bedrooms are sublime. All have exquisite ensuites, wrap-around windows and boutique touches. Four of the five bedrooms have king-size beds, while the fifth has two twin-over-twin bunks that are ideal for families or younger guests. A private hot tub is just the place to soak away the aches of a busy day in the wilds while watching the stars come out over the mountain tops. Al fresco dining is catered for with a gas BBQ and dining area. This is a chalet that can be enjoyed all year round, whether you love the winter ski season or adore the wildflowers and scent of pine during the summer.
The following additional taxes may apply, please speak to a Travel Advisor for more details.
Service Charge: 26.0%.
Nonrefundable Damage Insurance: $199.0.
State Tax: 23.18%.