|Minimum Stay||2 - 4 nights|
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These condos are located across the street from the San Miguel River, just 100 yards from Lift #7. This 2-bedroom/2-bath condo has a king bed, three queen beds, and a queen sofa sleeper.
On the ground floor of the #6 building is the complex's covered parking. Up one flight from there, go down the interior hallway until you enter a common room to find unit #6F's entrance. On entry, there are 2 bedrooms. The first has a king bed and TV. In the 2nd bedroom, which can be locked off from the condo, there is a queen bed, TV and private bathroom with shower only. Upstairs one flight is the main living level, where there is a sitting area with queen sofa-sleeper, TV w/VCR, open kitchen, and dining area that seats 4. The breakfast bar also has 4 stools. Also on this level is a stackable washer/dryer and the main bathroom with shower and tub combo. Up the spiral stairs is the loft with two queen beds. This unit has a private washer/dryer, ground-level ski locker and Wireless Internet.
The complex has a common outdoor hot tub and summer-only pool in the courtyard. Lift #7 (Coonskin Lift) is across the street, and the free in-town shuttle runs right by, though the walk to downtown is only 10-15 minutes.
Sq Ft: 1,190
Business License # 3761
Eight adults stayed in this condo for 2 nights prior to riding the San Juan Huts Telluride to Moab trip. This is a minimally furnished condo, the kitchen has just enough cookware to make simple meals. The bathrooms work, the towels are okay. The loft space with 2 beds is above the main kitchen/living room area, so any activity or noise will affect people in the loft area. Also, there is no A/C, so the heat rises, making the loft area quite warm. There were screens on only 3 windows (not many bugs came in, though) we called management to get coffee mugs (there were 4), no salt/pepper or any spices/herbs in the kitchen (BYO) and many light bulbs were burned out. The beds are well used and seem to be of basic quality, so don't expect much. Overall, the unit is low priced for a reason and I would probably not book this again.
We loved Telluride, and will be back. But we won't rent this place again. There is a nice view from the living room. The place is generally dated and needs work. That in itself would not preclude us from returning for the right price. But the poor management would. We pulled an extra blanket from the closet, and out tumbled a can of paint which had apparently been tucked underneath. It crashed to the floor and opened, sending paint flying in all directions (why was this not secured in a storage area or at least under a sink?). We did what we could to soak up the paint with towels and called the office, who came and cleaned it up. But the can of paint and soaked towels remained in our unit the entirety of our stay, despite our calls to the office. A working hot tub is a pure joy after a day of hard skiing. The hot tub was hot, but the jet controls were nowhere to be found. We called the office seeking direction. We were promised a call back; none ever came. A smoke detector alarmed at 4:00 p.m. one morning (don't they change the batteries on a regular schedule?). We obtained a late checkout, but the security code on the door was changed. A promised call or text with the new code never arrived (the maid let us back in). These little irritants combined to convince us never to return. Good (or bad) management is everything.