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Auberge Resorts Collection to manage Telluride’s Madeline Hotel and Residences

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December 19, 2017

Auberge Resorts Collection to manage Telluride’s Madeline Hotel and Residences

Mill Valley, California – 19 December 2017 –
Auberge Resorts Collection, owner and operator of award-winning small luxury resorts, residences and clubs, today announced that the company has acquired, in partnership with Flynn Properties, and will manage Madeline Hotel and Residences, the world-class ski-in/ski-out resort in the mountain playground of Telluride, Colorado. Auberge Resorts Collection will introduce the brand’s customized guest experiences inspired by Telluride’s natural spirit of adventure and exploration. Ideally situated in the heart of Mountain Village, the alpine resort sits mid-mountain above the historic mining town of Telluride. The 83-room and 71-residence hotel has on its doorstep the world-famous Telluride Ski Resort, along with year-round recreation, shopping and festivals and offers easy gondola access to Telluride and the valley below.

The Madeline's Sky Terrace pool deck
The Madeline’s Sky Terrace pool deck. (Photo: Auberge Resorts)

Surrounded on three sides by the dramatic 14,000-foot peaks of the San Juan Mountains, the Madeline welcomes guests as well as locals with a contemporary alpine design that honours Auberge Resorts Collection’s commitment to celebrating the essence of each resort’s spectacular setting. Spacious, recently renovated guest rooms and suites and one- to four-bedroom residential condominiums were designed to the highest standards and offer expansive mountain and Mountain Village views, private balconies, heated floors and steam showers, and deep soaking bathtubs for relaxing after a day outdoors – among many others sophisticated amenities.

Further making the Madeline the envy of all Telluride hospitality, the resort offers world-class services catering to families, groups and anyone looking for the ultimate Telluride experiences, including: the best ski-in/ski-out access in town; slope-side Ski Valet offering seamless service and piping hot chocolate; The Madeline Ice Rink, where skaters can enjoy special event programming, DJ parties and broomball; the 3,000-square-foot M Lounge, featuring a game room (pool, shuffleboard, darts), outdoor fire tables and an indoor/outdoor bar; an alpine-inspired spa and salon, along with yoga and personal training at Madeline Studio; and even an outpost of Dylan’s Candy Bar.

Auberge and Executive Chef William Nolan will bring their award-winning culinary expertise to Madeline’s contemporary signature restaurant, Black Iron Kitchen and Bar, delivering authentic, rustic cuisine with the pioneering spirit of the American West.

At the heart of the resort lies Telluride’s latest sought-after destination – the 4,000-square-foot Sky Terrace, a year-round gathering place with heated outdoor swimming pool, hot tubs, fire pits, al fresco living room and lounge and special seasonal programming. From the Sky Terrace’s 9,000-foot elevation, guests and residence owners can take in sweeping down-valley views and legendary sunsets, as well as distinctive cocktails and après ski events called “Cool at the Pool,” featuring pink flamingo floaties for the kids and adult hot toddies such as the “Tea-quila Toddy.”

Madeline Hotel and Residences in Mountain Village will complement Auberge’s other Telluride property, The Auberge Residences at Element 52, a collection of 48 slope-side residences offered for nightly rental or whole ownership in the heart of Telluride.

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