Top Reasons to Stay at Lakeside Village Condominiums
Lakeside Village is part of Keystone Resort, which boasts more than 3,000 acres of ski runs between three mountains, a large snow-tubing park, and seasonal nighttime skiing. Fodor's calls Keystone "one of the region's most laid-back destinations."
Kids 12 or younger ski for free here.
One-bedroom condos, decorated with quilted bedding and wood accents, afford views of the surrounding mountains, and many look out onto Keystone Lake.
In winter, Keystone Lake is converted into a large outdoor ice rink surrounded by festively lit pine trees.
There's a restaurant in the village and several other dining options nearby in Keystone, including steak houses, pizzerias, eateries with cheese fondue, and horse-drawn sleigh rides that include a meal.
Guests can stow their skis in the provided storage area and indulge in après-ski relaxation in the hot tub.
Keystone, Colorado: Thousands of Skiable Acres near Historical Towns
With North America's Continental Divide snaking through the area, northwest Colorado boasts some of the world's most popular ski resorts and several mountains reaching elevations of more than 13,000 feet. One of the popular resort areas, Keystone, encompasses three mountains, more than 3,000 skiable acres, two gondolas, and 20 lifts full of skiers, snowboarders, and snowshoers. There's also Adventure Point, a tubing spot at the top of Dercum Mountain.
In addition to their picturesque scenery, many of the towns near Keystone feature historical attractions. The Victorian architecture in Breckenridge provides a glimpse into the town's 19th-century mining days—which you can learn more about on guided walking tours. A visit to downtown Steamboat Springs, meanwhile, feels like stepping into an Old West town. There you'll find quaint shops and restaurants housed in century-old stone buildings.