Ski Tip Lodge by Keystone Resort

When you stay at Ski Tip Lodge by Keystone Resort in Keystone, you'll be in the mountains, within a 5-minute drive of Keystone Ski Resort and Keystone Conference Center. This ski bed & breakfast is 4.5 mi (7.2 km) from Dillon Reservoir and 5.8 mi (9.4 km) from Arapahoe Basin Ski Area.Make yourself ...

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Suíte (Petite)

Max. 4 adults and 3 children


Quarto, Banheiro compartilhado (Private)

Max. 2 adults and 1 child


Quarto, banheiro privativo (Private)

Max. 2 adults and 1 child

Property Info

Check-in starts at: 15:00

Check-out ends at: 11:00

When you stay at Ski Tip Lodge by Keystone Resort in Keystone, you'll be in the mountains, within a 5-minute drive of Keystone Ski Resort and Keystone Conference Center. This ski bed & breakfast is 4.5 mi (7.2 km) from Dillon Reservoir and 5.8 mi (9.4 km) from Arapahoe Basin Ski Area.Make yourself at home in one of the 10 air-conditioned guestrooms. Complimentary wireless Internet access is available to keep you connected. Private bathrooms with shower/tub combinations feature complimentary toiletries and hair dryers. Conveniences include desks and irons/ironing boards, and housekeeping is pr...

764 Montezuma Rd - Keystone, Colorado - U.S - 80435

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Check-in starts at: 15:00

Check-out ends at: 11:00

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"It's Easy Edna, It's Downhill all the way". but so hard to leave.

Reviewed 9 march, 2023

I hate to leave a review for this amazing Bed and Breakfast gem during our ski trip. Wow, happy as can be. This place is unique, like a maze, a hod podge of 1869 & 1940 construction with modern updates. Comfortable, clean, exceptional staff, and easy enough to get to ski hill. We stayed in a one bedroom 'suite' (3 rooms-queen bed, 2 twin beds with joining bath), keep in mind, that you do not get to choose which suite (there are 3) you get, same is true for the one room options. I hope it stays a Bed and Breakfast, delicious breakfast and oh so filling. I was so tempted like others to leave a one star review to keep this place a secret, sorry. Do not stay here if you need luxury, this place has old time charm. Hot tub is a bit of a walk and is okay. No tvs No pool.


Not what it used to be

Reviewed 19 february, 2023

We have eaten at Ski Tip Lodge many times over the years - pre Covid. Our experience tonight was worth writing about because it was so different and so disappointing. We were a party of 6 adults and the bill was $1000. Three people did the wine pairing and the other three had nothing but water to drink. The positive - the food is still quite good and the setting is quaint and cozy. Make sure to read about the history of the Lodge - it's interesting. The negative - there are no longer sommeliers working there. The wine pairing still exists but the star of the show was the sommeliers telling you all about the wine, why they chose to pair it with the entree and stories of their actual visits to the wineries all over the world. Our waitress had no clue about the wine we were being served. Everyone used to be seated in the fireplace lounge for dessert. This is a cozy room with a large, roaring fire. We never had to make a special request for this or reserve it in advance. Tonight we were told we did not reserve it so our dessert would be served at our table. This was news to us and quite frankly a very bad policy. We were the first guests to be seated at the restaurant and we should have had no problem being seated there. So disappointing. We had talked up this restaurant to our guests and it was a totally different experience that what we had had previously. Word to the wise - book by phone, not on Tock. Request to dine in the room with the small fireplace and make sure to reserve your dessert in the lounge with the large fireplace and hope they hire sommeliers soon.

Dayna M

Evening great; morning not so

Reviewed 26 november, 2022

Actually visited here for an overnighted on my way to Vail in 2019 (pre-Covid), but have only recently been nudged by Trip Advisor to finish the review draft I thought I had already posted. To summarise; quaint accommodation, very historic but comfortable with good service. Parking was fine and close to the entrance. Superb a la carte dining with fabulous wine selection and stellar explanatory sommelier service, but really badly let down by the tired breakfast, which was just left out in warming pans and contrasted so poorly with the dinner. Overall, well worth a visit for the evening, but they really need to improve the ‘morning after’ experience.


Romantic Stay Worth Every Penny!

Reviewed 10 october, 2022

My husband surprised me with a two night get away for our 10 year anniversary to Ski Tip Lodge and it was incredible! The lodge itself is nestled in a sweet little grove of Apens with a beautiful beaver pond out back (we saw several beavers) and colorful flowers everywhere. Our room was furnished beautifully and everything was extremely clean. We dined both nights at the lodge and the chef’s creations were delectable. A four course dinner with many options. We tried different selections each night and not one disappointed! We see why this place is renowned for its food. The wine list is extensive. The atmosphere was so romantic and dessert in front of the fireplace just put it over the top. If you need a place to celebrate something special this is truly it! The staff was so attentive and went above and beyond to make our time there special. Many thanks to Gilcon, Zach, Celeste, Ashley, Dominic, Cindy Lou and Austri for such great service. Definitely cannot recommend this place enough!


4 1/2 star restaurant $$$$

Reviewed 17 september, 2022

A scenic 160 year old building oozing with character. Originally a barn, added on in 1920 and 1940 by two men who founded A basin. Every room is a jewel with not a level line in the place. Menu is a fixed $88 pp affair consisting of appetizer, salad entre and dessert. Each course has 2-4 choices. Too much bison and not enough fish but everything was professionally prepared and delicious. The atmosphere is very romantic, ending with desert by the large wood burning fireplace, It is fantastic for special occasions. Do not forget your wallet! Resort fees are added which is bull, Keystone needs a fee? Govt is oppressive, tax for little or no service. With wine you will be over $300 for two. Unforgettable dinner so great for that special occasion. Small beaver lake in back, with two Moose mad at the outdoor umbrellas!

richard s