Camel's Garden

  • Beautiful kitchen in the Camel's Garden Hotel
Location: 
Telluride

Located in one of the most spectacular mountain settings anywhere, Telluride offers the perfect vacation for any season. Named after one of the region's historical sites, the Camel's Garden Hotel is ideally situated on the San Miguel River, only two blocks from the main street shops and restaurants, and adjacent to the Gondola—which provides a link between the towns of Telluride and Mountain Village.

Camel's Garden affords the highest level of comfort and personal service available at Telluride hotels. The hotel features 31 luxurious rooms and suites and eight condominiums with balconies, fireplaces and custom-crafted furniture from Italiy. Camel''s Garden Hotel is situated on the San Miguel River, only two blocks from Telluride’s main street shops and restaurants. Adjacent to the Gondola, guests have easy access to the quickest link between Telluride and Mountain Village. An extraordinary 25-foot outdoor hot tub offers relaxation and spectacular views of the San Juan Mountains.

Book Camel's Garden

Format: 03/30/2015
Format: 03/30/2015
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Call Telluride Central Reservations 888.605.2578

Price Range:
$$$XX

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250 W. San Juan Ave., Telluride, 81435

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