January 20, 2021

Madeline Hotel & Residences, Auberge Resorts Collection debuted a dramatic redesign, unveiling a luxuriously reimagined modern mountain resort in Telluride.

Located at 10,540 feet, the ski-in/ski-out mountain retreat features new social spaces, including ​Timber Room​, a vibrant new indoor-outdoor après ski bar and lounge, which is poised to become the most sought-after gathering place in Telluride, a refreshed lobby and a new boutique.

Complementing the redesign is a collection of engaging new guest experiences and amenities–from ice-climbing and other adrenaline-pumping outdoor pursuits–to restorative wellness offerings, including a new hydration bar.

Madeline also introduces a new collaboration with Olympian Gus Kenworthy​, who helped create the resort’s new ​Recovery Ski Lounge​, offering a range of advanced post-workout therapies.

“We are thrilled to welcome guests, homeowners and neighbors to our revitalized resort with its modern approach to luxury mountain living,” said Bryan Woody, general manager of Madeline Hotel & Residences, Auberge Resorts Collection.

“In this panoramic alpine setting, we have created one-of-a-kind experiences that celebrate the best ski mountain in the U.S. It has been a sincere pleasure to work with the passionate Auberge team, the design visionaries at Rose Ink Workshop, our talented culinary team, our friend Gus Kenworthy and our local community of artisans to transform Madeline Hotel & Residences and solidify its position as one of the top mountain resorts in the world,” he says.

Miami-based interior design team ​Rose Ink Workshop led Madeline’s redesign, creating a modern look that offers a chic, yet approachable respite from Telluride’s active outdoor lifestyle.

The new design envelops guests in a luxurious and welcoming year-round mountain environment with a distinct connection to Telluride’s mountain heritage and culture.