Inn at Lost Creek

119 Lost Creek Lane Telluride, CO
Max Capacity: 60 people
All-Suite Boutique Hotel built with native stone, weathered timber & copper accents, set on ski trails, adjacent to 3 ski lifts.
Package Pricing
Event Spaces
9545 Restaurant
Board Room
Conference Room
  • Business Center
  • Fitness Center
  • High Speed Internet
  • In-Room Service
  • Laundry/ Dry Cleaning Service
  • Parking
  • Spa
  • Credit Cards Accepted: Yes
  • Max Number of People for an Event: 74
  • Number of Event/Function Spaces: 3
  • Number of On-Site Restaurants: 1
  • OHG Classification: Superior First Class
  • Total Meeting Room Space (Square Feet): 1,459
  • Total Number of Guest Rooms: 32
  • Year Built: 1998
Durango, CO  
Capacity: 225
Cascade Village is your destination if you seek the best of everything: magnificent mountain and meadow views, an ideal, yet private & exclusive location for your reunion or wedding ceremony, reception, dining and dancing! And with over 90 condominiums available in which to stay, you won't want to leave. Located along the Million Dollar Highway, mid-way between the historic towns of Durango and Silverton and high up in the Rocky Mountains, Cascade Village is your most spectacular option for resort-style weddings & special events. If beauty, tranquility and an amazing experience is what you seek, look no further.
Telluride, CO  
Capacity: 90
$15,000-$28,000 per event
Lumière Hotel in Telluride is perfect for exclusive executive corporate retreats, weddings, family reunions and celebrations wanting the ultimate Telluride luxury hotel experience of having a property entirely to themselves. Imagine unsurpassed personal attention and total privacy in an intimate setting close to all the action. Ideal for those wanting to be self-contained but seamlessly looked after. Lumière’s dedicated hotel team can cater to your every need and execute an extremely customized itinerary just for your group. If you want to get your executive team, management group or key personnel truly excited and inspired, what’s better than bringing them to the adventure capital of the U.S., the town of Telluride, Colorado?