Past and present are architecturally melded together to satisfy the desire for modern interiors while maintaining the spirit of western heritage. A streamlined look has been created for all the interiors at Howelsen Place. The goal was to combine metropolitan elements with traditional basics while remembering the nostalgia and history that surrounds the building. This becomes evident in the use of natural stone tile, warm woods and stainless steel accents. This transitional style is achieved by juxtaposing a warm atmosphere with the idea of an urban loft by using clean lines, geometric design, and a harmonious combination of color and pattern. Each finish was chosen to represent the essence of Steamboat. A mountain town full of history that embraces modern luxuries while preserving a feeling of serenity and simplicity. The main living area has a large flat screen TV with surround sound, a gas-burning fireplace, wood floors accented by gorgeous rugs, and modern comfortable furniture. The kitchen is well equipped for even the most discerning chef. The master bedroom of this condominium is quite spacious and has a king bed. The cozy 143 sq ft deck looks over Lincoln Avenue and is an absolutely wonderful location to watch Winter Carnival events or the July 4th Parade.
*Old Town Hot Springs - Guests staying at this property receive a complimentary Old Town Hot Springs pass.
*Gondola Ski Club - Guests staying in this residence have access to the exclusive Gondola Ski Club ski lockers at Gondola Square
*Common area grill, located in the courtyard of the Lincoln Building (Building B) and is available to all guests staying at Howelsen Place
*Air Conditioning (summer only) - one main thermostat controlling the A/C for the entire residence, located in the living room
*Underground Parking Garage - 1 assigned parking space
*Washer / Dryer
*On Free City Bus route
Howelsen Place is THE address of Old Town Steamboat. Located at the site of the famous Harbor Hotel at 7th and Lincoln, this property captures the historical significance of ski jumping by introducing a bronze statue of Carl Howelsen, the one time world record holder for ski jumping and prominent, turn of the century Steamboat Springs resident. Discover what the locals already know. Park your car, ride you bike or walk to where it's happening; restaurants, shops, movies, you name it. When you stay in the heart of downtown you have easy access to almost everything, and the free city bus can whisk you to the mountain during ski season.
***Please be advised that this vacation rental has adopted a policy of not allowing sport teams and/or players to stay at their property. If you are visiting Steamboat for a Triple Crown, Mountain Soccer, or Steamboat Classic Lacrosse tournament or event, please select another of our fine properties. We apologize for any inconvenience.***