Each of The Crestwood’s lodge-style units is individually owned and decorated. From rustic decor to quirky art, you’ll appreciate the personal touches. In addition to a gas fireplace in each condo unit, guests will also enjoy a private balcony with a barbecue grill and outdoor space for lounging.
And with eight layout options (ranging from one to four bedrooms) and three rating levels (Standard, Deluxe and Premier), options abound for a variety of budgets and group sizes. You can be sure that all the condos, no matter their rating level, will make you feel like you’re staying in your own elegant ski chalet.
What makes it special?
Take advantage of the slopeside ski concierge under the Elk Camp Gondola to store and rent your gear — and be sure to get expert trail advice while you’re there. On property, guests will appreciate plenty of après-appropriate amenities, including a heated pool and three toasty hot tubs.
The most Colorado thing about this place
It’s the Crestwood’s location! The resort is found right in the heart of ski country, where you’ll “ooo” and “ahhh” over legendary alpine scenery and lots and lots of snow. Plus, Snowmass Village — reached via the Skittles gondola — offers plenty of decadent restaurants where you’re sure to tip back a Colorado craft beer or two.
Our favorite traveler review
“The Crestwood has a terrific location close to the base village. It has a ski storage and boot warmers at the slope. You literally walk a couple of feet to be on the slope’s edge and then you can easily access either the Elk Camp gondola or the Village Express. The condos are very nice with gas fireplaces, full kitchens, outside balconies with gas grills and nice furnishings. There are three outdoor hot tubs, a pool and other amenities. You also can easily walk to the free Sky Bus to access the upper base village. They are on the shuttle line so you can easily get to the grocery or other places within Snowmass. This is my first choice for lodging in Snowmass.” — Linda T., Tripadvisor
What you’ll find nearby
For a break from the ski slopes, walk to the Snowmass Base Village for ice skating on an outdoor rink ringed with cozy seating. Or, if you want to go a bit farther afield: Just 12 miles from Snowmass Village, the Maroon Bells are believed to be the most photographed peaks in Colorado. A 20-minute drive will deliver you to Aspen for yet another ski mountain, uber-luxe shopping options and a historic downtown that’s full of mining history.
The Crestwood isn’t just for winter, however. Spring, summer and fall bring ideal weather conditions and an ever-changing landscape perfect for hiking, mountain biking, fly-fishing, horseback riding and scenic drives. Summer, in particular, is popular for gondola rides, hot-air ballooning, Jeep tours, rock climbing, yoga and golf (both the regular and the disc variety).
Photos courtesy of The Crestwood