The Fairmont Heritage Place, Franz Klammer Lodge allows owners and their guests to experience the comforts of home and the engaging services they expect from Fairmont.
Enjoy personalized service with:
- 24-hour concierge - In addition to making restaurant reservations, booking activities for you, and making recommendations for local dining and events, our knowledgeable concierge staff will be happy to assist you with any questions or concerns that may arise during your stay, to ensure your comfort and enjoyment here in Telluride.
- Complimentary transportation from Telluride and Montrose airports
- Complimentary valet parking for one vehicle, per residence
- Ski and golf valet
- Daily housekeeping
- Pre-arrival itinerary planning
- Pre-arrival grocery shopping for a small fee
- Complimentary high-speed Internet access
- Business center - Desktop computers with Microsoft Suite and Internet access, full sized copier. Fax machine and custom secretarial services available through the concierge desk.
- Complimentary Monday night cocktail reception
- Club Room
- Babysitting services
- Newspaper delivery upon request
- Club activities such as group hikes, kids' nights, horseback riding and jeep tours in the summer, snowshoeing and snowmobiling in the winter
Telluride has an impressive and eclectic sampling of upscale dining with a wide array of international and creative American cuisine. From French food to sushi and Thai to Italian, local restaurants have something for every palette. Honga's Lotus Petal, a pan-Asian restaurant known for its sushi, is always popular with guests, as well as the New Sheridan Chop House, which features steak and a selection of fine cheeses. The Lodge also recommends Allred's for culinary excellence and stunning mountain views, and The Cosmopolitan for fresh, innovative re-creations of traditional American fare.
The Fairmont Heritage Place, Franz Klammer Lodge does not have a restaurant on site and therefore does not offer room service, but is steps away from a variety of options for breakfast, lunch, and dinner, and is ideally located near the gondola, which provides complimentary transportation to a multitude of dining opportunities.
Telluride’s most unique fine dining experience is Allred's, where culinary excellence, exquisite views and impressive ambiance mesh to create a unique dining adventure over 10,551 feet. American cuisine is prepared with international overtones for public year-round dining.
Serving dinner nightly, this elegantly simple 70-seat restaurant is located in the luxurious Hotel Columbia at the base of the Gondola and the Oak Street Lift. Known locally as "The Cosmo," the custom cherry wood bar is the perfect place to unwind.
Chef/Owner Mark Reggiannini, former sous chef for Jean Georges Vonrichten, has a philosophy regarding food – simplicity. His rustic bistro cooking focuses on the use of local fine ingredients prepared using French techniques. La Marmotte’s menu changes nightly depending on what is fresh and in season. La Marmotte is nestled two blocks from Main Street in the historic 100 year-old building, the "Ice House" and only one block from the Gondola. La Marmotte offers a beautiful country-elegant dining room and a private dining room to accommodate 6-12 people.
Honga's Lotus Petal
The Pan-Asian restaurant has a dynamic vibe that is funky, yet chic and sophisticated, featuring superb food like fresh sushi and traditionally eclectic Eastern fare. Changing regularly, the extensive menu uses fine and authentic ingredients that honor the cuisine of Korea, Japan, China, Thailand, Vietnam, India, Malaysia, Indonesia and Polynesia. There is also a full bar offering an extensive wine, sake and beer menu, in addition to colorful tropical cocktails.
New Sheridan Chop House
In an elegant and historic setting feast on creations from classically trained chef Erich Owen. The Chop House has a tailored wine list available from our nitrogen wine bar, ranging from delicate whites to robust reds; perfect for pairing with the one of a kind cuisine.
221 South Oak
Located in a tastefully refurbished historic home, 221 South Oak is renowned for its intimate atmosphere, incredible food, extensive wine list, friendly service and uncompromising quality. They offer a full vegetarian menu as well.
For more dining information, please visit www.telluridediningguide.com.
Telluride Golf Club is a 6,671 - yard, 18- hole semi-private championship, par 71 course located in Mountain Village at an elevation of 9,300 feet above sea level, making it one of the highest golf courses in the country. There is a fully stocked pro shop, pitching green, putting green, and a driving range. The golf course is just steps away from the lodge and has recently been designated a Certified Audubon Cooperative Sanctuary.
There are five golf pros on staff for daily private and group instruction. Digital video analysis is also available.
Children & the Golf Course
Children are welcome to golf with an adult where there is no minimum age for children.
Proper golfing attire required for all players.
No jeans, bathing suits, t-shirts, gym shorts, halter tops, etc.
Only soft spikes will be permitted and can be purchased at the golf boutique if they are needed.
Conveniently located in the Lodge, the Himmel Spa is a heavenly place to rejuvenate your body and soul. Using only the highest quality natural ingredients your therapist will pamper you with a level of consummate skill and personalized attention rarely found in other spas.
At an elevation of 9,500 feet, people may experience symptoms associated with high altitude. Extra oxygen can relieve the above symptoms, promoting overall health while recharging your body and clearing your mind. The on-site Oxygen Baroffers 10, 20 and 30-minute sessions.
The Spa Boutique, located adjacent to the pool, features Fairmont Heritage Place, Franz Klammer Lodge logo wear, gifts, and the natural healing products used in the Himmel Spa. The spa is happy to ship items for you so that you may indulge in the spa lifestyle everyday of the year.
The pool is open 24 hours a day with access 7 days a week.
The pool is comprised of an external heated pool with a swim passage for internal access, rectangular configuration with a lap lane, as well as external and internal hot tubs. The general pool dimensions are 20’ x 10’. The average temperature is 83 degrees Fahrenheit.
Contact The Himmel Spa
TEL +1 970 728 7113 FAX +1 970 728 0788
Hours of Operations: 24-hour access, 7 days a week.
Price: Complimentary access.
Facilities at the fully equipped Fitness Center include:
- Precor and Paramont fitness and cardiovascular equipment;
- Free weights and weights, variable resistance machines, resistance bands and core training apparatuses;
- Personal training programs are available upon request.
Telluride Ski Resort
Open Thankgiving through the first week in April
Operating Hours - 9:00am to 4:00pm (during regular season); 10:00am to 5:00pm (during spring season).
Skiable Terrain - 2,000+ skiable acres (810+ hectares)
Nordic Trails - 30 kilometer network
Longest Run - Galloping Goose - 4.6 miles (7.36 km)
Total Trails - 125
Trail Difficulty - 23% Beginner, 36% Intermediate, 41% Advanced/Expert
Vertical Drop - 4,425 feet (1,349 m)
Total Lifts - 18 Total
Lift Capacity - 22,386+ skiers per hour
2 high-speed gondolas
7 high-speed quads
2 surface lifts
2 Magic Carpet for beginners
Coonskin Base 8,725' (2,659 m)
Big Billie's 9,160' (2,792 m)
Station Mountain Village 9,540' (2,909 m)
Lift 6 Summit 11,975' (3,650 m)
Gold Hill Summit 12,260' (3,738 m)
Average Annual Snowfall - 309 inches (789 cm)
Telluride Ski Guide