This property allows you to book online with a credit card. After submitting a reservation request, the owner or manager has 24 hours to accept, at which time your card will be charged and you will receive an email confirmation
$225 - $300 per night 2-4 night min stay
$200 per night 2 night min stay
$175.00 - $200.00
$125 - $265 per night 2-5 night min stay
Residences of Old Town Travel Tips
Residences of Old Town Condos Have the Best Features
When you choose to stay in the Residences of Old Town condos during your visit to Steamboat Springs, Colorado, you'll have all of the conveniences of home with the luxuries you've always wanted. Located right across from the Yampa River, you'll enjoy both the water view and the scenic mountain vistas. From your Residences of Old Town lodging, you'll be able to watch Olympic hopefuls practice their jumps all year long at the nearby Howelsen Hill ski area.
Live Your Cowboy Dream at the Residences of Old Town Lodging
When you stay in the Residences of Old Town condos, you'll be right in the middle of an authentic western town. Every Friday and Saturday night during the summer, visitors leave their Residences of Old Town lodging and head down to the famous Steamboat Pro Rodeo. The best cowboys in Colorado and Wyoming try their luck and test their skills here each week trying to make a name for themselves. Make a night out of it! Enjoy the music and delicious BBQ before the action starts. Stick around for a night of thrills and chills as the bulls and horses do their best to show the cowboys exactly who is boss!
Steamboat Springs Museums
If you're a history buff, your stay in Steamboat Springs vacation rentals will definitely satisfy your craving to know more about the past. Visit Hahn's Peak Ghost Town to get an up close look at the West as it used to be. Once a booming gold town, Hahn's Peak finally busted and sits as it was over 100 years ago. The Tread of Pioneers Museum gives visitors a glimpse into the lives of miners and pioneers by displaying artifacts that have been found around the area. The museum itself is housed in downtown Steamboat Springs in a turn-of-the-century Victorian home.