Mountain Views and Memories: The Last Resort in Crested Butte

Last Resort Crested Butte

Imagine waking up each morning of your next vacation to breathtaking views of the mountain right outside your window. Many lodging options offer this, so be sure to keep it in mind when planning Crested Butte, Colorado vacations.

With the right hotel, inn, or bed and breakfast, you can be reminded each morning of the beauty that drew you to the region. A bed and breakfast can also create an intimate experience for your vacation, as you will receive more personalized attention throughout your stay. The Last Resort is a bed and breakfast that offers these breathtaking views that will make your stay truly memorable.

Last Resort Library
Guests at the Last Resort have access to a community library as well as sunrooms to enjoy the view.

The Last Resort Gives an Intimate Mountain Lodge Experience

The Last Resort is a two-story log house set just two minutes from town. The house was built in 1990 for the sole purpose of housing guests.

This makes it different from some of the historic bed and breakfast options you have when seeking places to stay in Colorado, as the hotel did not originally function as a home, but has always been a lodging option. It comfortably houses around 10 people, which is perfect for those family getaways or group ski trips.

All rooms at The Last Resort are equipped with a TV and VCR. Guests have access to a community library throughout their stay, as well as casual sunrooms where they can lounge within view of the mountain. The breakfast room opens to a panoramic view of the mountain, and the hotel offers a steam room to its guests as well.

Last Resort Entrance
If you plan a summer visit, you can sit outside next to the creek and flower garden.

Each of the five rooms has a private bathroom, so guests can enjoy their privacy while still traveling as a group. In-floor radiant heat throughout the property keeps you cozy during your stay.

Should you decide to visit in the summer, you can enjoy outdoor seating by the creek as well as a flower garden. For winter guests, the free shuttle to the slopes is just a two-minute walk from the inn. An on call massage therapist team can come to the inn and give you an in-room massage during your stay.

If You Go

If you decide to book Crested Butte, Colorado travel and wish to use The Last Resort as your lodging option, you will want to make your reservations early. Since the inn only houses 10 people, it fills quickly. You can reserve by calling 970-349-0445.

The hotel’s physical address is 213 3rd Street near the intersection of 3rd and Maroon. For more information, visit

Nicole Harms has been writing professionally since 2006, specializing in travel and finance writing, with work having been published on USA Today, the New York Stock Exchange and in addition to here on Go Colorado!

Special thanks to the Last Resort for providing the photos featured in this article!

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