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Madeline Hotel & Residences Introduces a ‘Modern Approach’ to Mountain Living

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The start of a new year can mean a time of new beginnings for people, companies or even properties. Recently, Madeline Hotel & Residences, Auberge Resorts Collection in Telluride, Colo., took steps to a new beginning with the debut of its redesign as a modern mountain resort.

Interior design team Rose Ink Workshop led the redesign of the hotel so that it would feature a modern look and offer guests a sanctuary from the outdoor lifestyle of Telluride. Located at 10,540 feet, Madeline now features the Timber Room, an indoor-outdoor après ski bar and lounge that aims to be the most sought-after gathering place in the city.

The Timber Room features a double-sized fireplace, lounges for couples and an ornate oak bar. In addition, guests can enjoy Reflection Plaza, where they can stay warm with sheepskin blankets and sit next to a fire pit as they overlook Mountain Village’s ice rink.

“In this panoramic alpine setting, we have created one-of-a-kind experiences that celebrate the best ski mountain in the U.S.”

The hotel also now includes an updated lobby and a new boutique. Guests can enjoy new experiences and amenities, including ice climbing and restorative wellness offerings such as a hydration bar. Madeline also has partnered with Olympian Gus Kenworthy to offer advanced post-workout therapies.

“We are thrilled to welcome guests, homeowners and neighbors to our revitalized resort with its modern approach to luxury mountain living,” Madeline General Manager Bryan Woody said. “In this panoramic alpine setting, we have created one-of-a-kind experiences that celebrate the best ski mountain in the U.S. It has been a sincere pleasure to work with the passionate Auberge team, the design visionaries at Rose Ink Workshop, our talented culinary team, our friend Gus Kenworthy and our local community of artisans to transform Madeline and solidify its position as one of the top mountain resorts in the world.”

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