With a stay at New Sheridan Hotel in Telluride, you'll be in the historical district and minutes from Telluride Historical Museum, and close to Telluride Ski Resort. This romantic hotel is within the region of Box Canyon Waterfall and Ouray Ice Park.
Stay in one of 26 guestrooms featuring flat-panel televisions. Complimentary wireless Internet access is available to keep you connected. Bathrooms have complimentary toiletries and hair dryers. Conveniences include safes and ceiling fans, as well as multi-line phones with voice mail.
Rec, Spa, Premium Amenities
After a day on the slopes, relax in one of the 2 spa tubs. Additional amenities include complimentary wireless Internet access, concierge services, and ski storage.
Grab a bite to eat at the hotel's restaurant, which features a bar, or stay in and take advantage of room service (during limited hours). At the end of the day, relax with your favorite drink at a bar/lounge. Breakfast is available for a fee.
Business, Other Amenities
Featured amenities include complimentary high-speed (wired) Internet access, a 24-hour business center, and a computer station. Free self parking is available onsite.
The curators of the Telluride Jazz Festival use a very particular word to define their annual event—“celebration.” That joyful spirit permeates the three-day happening, which lauds the American art form by welcoming some of the jazz world’s brightest luminaries for performances in a stunning setting. Blue notes ring through a verdant field surrounded by the San Juan Mountains, providing a picturesque backdrop for audiences lounging in chairs or atop nature’s chair: grass. Sunshine gilds lively tunes throughout the day, while at night, visitors can explore additional sets at intimate venues throughout the town. A yearly parade brings the weekend to its jubilant peak as bands wind down Colorado Avenue toward the Town Park Stage.
Despite the extravagance suggested by its name, Bacchanale focuses on simple, modest dishes inspired by the Italian countryside. Though the menu changes seasonally, it often features artisan flatbreads, seasoned steaks, and hearty pastas topped with everything from butternut squash to wild boar. Like the cuisine, the decor falls somewhere between simple and elegant. Modern accents are offset with neoclassical ones, such as a bar reminiscent of a palace portico and a bearded philosopher who leads guests to their table.
Stretching out in a valley before dusty golden mountains, Garfield Estates Vineyard & Winery's 11 acres are home to five flourishing grape varietals that grow fat and sugary on the vine. Every aspect of wine production takes place on site, from harvesting and crushing the grapes to fermentation and bottling. The final result is a portfolio of wines that includes a 2011 estate syrah, a 2012 ice wine, and a 2016 varietal that only lives in dreams. Visitors can sip samples of these wines at the tasting room, which is situated in the restored hay loft of an old barn.
While the heart of Johnny Carino's menu is rooted in genuine Italian traditions, forward-thinking creativity has birthed what they like to call their signature dishes. Led by executive chef Chris Peitersen, the seasoned kitchen staff blends fresh ingredients along with extra time to create high-quality, spiced Italian preparations. Diners will find entrees such as 16-layer lasagna with made-from-scratch sauce, and pizzas made with home-baked crust. Other signature choices include the spicy shrimp and chicken, baked stuffed mushrooms topped with house lemon basil cream sauce, and tiramisu made from the ground up. Entrees can be paired any selection from Carino's extensive wine list and drink menu.
D'Vine Wine strives to make the winemaking process approachable. Rather than creating highbrow vintages in a vineyard far from civilization, they import wine-quality grapes to their local wine shops and craft their wines in full view of customers. There, visitors can sip a creation in-house, buy a bottle, or join the wine club for a bounty of discounts, new releases, and photo ops with famous varietals. But D'Vine Wine doesn't stop there. The wine experts also let customers in on the process, leading them through the steps of blending, fermenting, and bottling their own wines, whether they prefer reds such as Rojo Grande, a dry Spanish table wine with notes of cloves and pepper, or crisp white pinot grigio. Custom wine labels put a finishing touch on the personalized process, resulting in a unique creation that's ideal for gift giving or enjoying at home.