Wednesday, March 18, 2015

Crested Butte International Lodge & Hostel | #CrestedButteMt #Butte #CrestedButte #ButteHostel

My family and I enjoyed our recent Spring Break getaway to Colorado and we had a blast! My husband and I decided to take our daughter on a ski trip instead of going to the beach for spring break. I'm glad we've made that decision because both my daughter and I were able to take some ski lessons, got to experience and see snow since we live in Texas.
We stayed for two nights and three days at Crested Butte International Lodge & Hostel. The Crested Butte Lodge & Hostel is a perfect alternative to a stuffy hotel room. The place is situated in Crested Butte, this ski hotel is 0.4 mi from Mountain Bike Hall of Fame Museum and within 3 mi of Crested Butte Mountain Resort and Trailhead Childrens Museum, Western State College of Colorado and Pioneer Museum are also within 32 mi.
Their great room boasts a fireplace, library, guitars, games, and a TV/VCR. The kitchen facilities are modern and completely stocked with all the amenities needed to make your own meals (you supply the food). This is a great savings for budget conscious travelers. 
They have Ski and Bike storage available on premise, as well as a full service Laundry, a fax and copy service, and Public Showers. High Speed and Wireless internet services are also available. A small retail counter is provided for their guest's convenience where you can purchase the items you may have forgotten, get a snack, or a homemade baked good.
At the Crested Butte Lodge and Hostel, Guest Safety and Security are always a priority. All of their rooms and guest bathrooms are locked by a programmable key card system, similar to what you see in major hotels. 
Each person has an individual locking storage drawer under the bunk, you can bring your own lock or they can provide you with one. The front doors are locked each evening so that only registered guests can enter the building after the front desk is closed. Guest Parking is provided free on site.
The Hostel can accommodate 49 people in a variety of room sizes, none sleeping more than 6, and most sleeping 4. They also offer two great apartments on the third floor that sleep 6 for a total of 61 pillows in the building.
The clean, spacious, and well-lit bathrooms are large, tiled facilities separated by gender, similar to what you would find in a high-class athletic club. They are complete with stainless steel stall dividers and decorative finishes and each has five toilets, five shower stalls, five sinks.
Each room is provided with linens and towels, a desk, and all have windows.
Overall, my family and I had a pleasant stay at Crested Butte International Lodge & Hostel. The staff were friendly, helps you with everything you need and very accommodating. The place is neat, great atmosphere and cozy. We love the fact that we could look up at the mountains while we eat breakfast in the morning. Such a great place to stay in Crested Butte. My family and I would highly recommend this hostel to anyone.  
So whether you are planning your next family reunion, wedding, retreat, youth trip, skiing or mountain biking adventure, Crested Butte International Lodge & Hostel is the perfect place to stay! This hostel is the best way to go for budget conscious travelers traveling in Colorado.  For more details or would like to book a room, you should visit crestedbuttelodging.com today! You might want to like them on Facebook or follow them on Twitter for updates and promotions.

Disclosure: I received a 2-night complimentary accommodation for my family to stay at Crested Butte International Lodge & Hostel in exchange for a fair review.





27 comments:

tara pittman said...

This place looks so cozy. It is a great place to me new people.

Terri Ramsey Beavers said...

What a beautiful place to stay. It looks so homey and comfy.

Chrissie Marshall said...

I would certainly look it up if I am every lucky enough to travel to Texas. Glad you had such a great time with your family

Chrissie Marshall said...

oops sorry change that to Colorado although I still want to go to Texas one day.

Masshole Mommy said...

That looks like such a comfy & cozy place to stay!!

Carol Cassara said...

What a cool place and economical, to boot. Always good to save $ on vacay!

Laurie Dickson said...

Wonderful resource, thanks for sharing!

Kori Tomelden said...

That does look like a very nice place to stay. Normally I wouldn't associate hostels with having such nice accommodations.

Agata Pokutycka said...

It looks like a wonderful place to relax. I wish we had some short break planned in the near future.

Liz Mays said...

I've never stayed in a hostel, but based on what you said, it's worth exploring. I like that you have your own locked storage area too.

M said...

That looks like a pretty neat place.

Adrianas Best Recipes said...

what a nice place I would consider staying there!

Mariana said...

I’ve never stayed at a hostel, but this looks like a great place!

Mhar Sefcik said...

What a nice hotel. It looks very accommodating.

Chubskulit Rose said...

That looks like a very family friendly hotel sis.

Katriza Luna said...

I just love the look of this place! I would love to take a vacation there with my family! Thanks for sharing!

Michelle Martinka said...

What a great place! We are heading to Colorado for a conference in a year- I would love to stay here!

Christina Arceneaux said...

How fun! I love the homey feel of the place. I really need to try skiing once and for all.

mail4rosey said...

I can see why you recommend it. And that fireplace!! They'd have a hard time moving me from that spot (and by 'they' I mean my family). :)

Yona Williams said...

I had no clue that a Mountain Bike Hall of Fame Museum existed. One of these days, I am going to go skiing. We certainly have enough snow.

Maggie King said...

Looks like a nice cozy place to stay! Especially with that library and fireplace!

TweenselMom said...

This hostel looks really neat. The space is really big and those beds look cozy.

Eliz Frank said...

What an easy, comfy getaway! I like the setup too.

Jhoveleen said...

That place looks great, neat and cozy. It seems you are having fun with the spring break.

Debi said...

This looks like such a cute place to stay. I never knew there was a mountain bike hall of fame.

Lesley said...

This place looks very cool. I would love to stay there someday.

Julie Searle said...

Thank you for sharing such a lovely place :)