Off the beaten path, worth a visit, and possibly the trip of a lifetime. Silverton offers unique lodging options for budgets of all size.
Highly Recommended Places to Stay
These establishments are the most choice places to stay in Silverton.
Villa Dallavalle Historic Inn
Nestled in the center of Silverton in the Bakers Park caldera, the Villa is a winter haven for skiers. Enjoy the solitude of a comfy room with modern amenities or “après ski” with your friends in our relaxing lounge (BYOB allowed). A hot and hearty breakfast will kick start your day and compliment your say in our historic Italian Inn.
The Wyman Hotel
Our 15 room boutique hotel is a wonderful contrast to Silverton, Colorado’s rugged mountains and Wild West charm.
- $10 bar credit per room night booked; only when a valid Silverton Mountain lift ticket is presented.
- 10% off full rate for any reservation of 3 or more room nights (whether a group booking for three or more rooms for one night or an individual booking for three or more consecutive nights).
- No date restrictions.
Adventure Hotel. More specifically… A historic hotel/hostel with a kitchen, deck, beer garden, movie theater/live music venue, and cozy wood stove. Mesmerizing style and ambiance. Recently rehabilitated and brought back to life with the stated purpose of providing a home base for the majestic San Juan Mountains. Travelers, adventurers, outdoor-enthusiasts, musicians, and artists will find themselves at home. Bring your pup as dogs are encouraged!
Teller House Hotel
Built in 1896, Silverton brewery owner Charles Fischer erected the Teller House to provide rooms for Silverton’s turn of the century visitors. The hotel has continued to service guests with an experience reminiscent of Mr. Fischer’s original vision. Each room adorns era specific decor floor to ceiling, while providing Stearns and Foster mattresses and luxury linens of the time.
Canyon View Motel
A Stay in our large, sparkling clean rooms will enhance your Silverton ski experience! All rooms have a refrigerator, microwave, and coffee maker! Easy and efficient check-in and out make this your go to lodging spot for Winter Fun!
Let The Triangle Motel be your base for exploring the San Juan Mountains, in Silverton and the surrounding areas during all seasons. We are open year round, with Lower Rates in the Spring and Fall. Everything you need is just a short walk away, including shops, restaurants, groceries, museums, tours and hiking trails. Easy drive to 4X4 trails and Silverton Mountain.
Kendall Mountain Lodge
Located on Notorious Blair Street in Silverton, Colorado. A short walk from all the bars, restaurants, and shops Silverton has to offer. Our brand new rooms are calling your name! We are a short walk from all the restaurants, bars, and shops along Greene and Blair Streets. Come join and let us be your basecamp while exploring all the San Juan’s have to offer.
Let The Prospector Motel be your base for exploring the San Juan Mountains, Silverton and the surrounding areas in all seasons. We are open year round, with Lower Rates in the Spring and Fall. We have 12 ground level rooms with a variety of different layouts from two queen beds to single king or queen bed options. We are the closest motel to Silverton’s bustling shopping and business district.
Other Local Lodging Options
Play the San Juans
When you book local and book direct, Play the San Juan’s is your #1 source for the best lodging deals in the San Jauns. Our local team is ready to assist you and help create a personalized experience for your San Juan getaway. We have a variety of lodging options. Book online or call our sales team to help customize your vacation experience.
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Seasonal and Vacation Rentals
Lola’s Place Lodging
Great for families and groups, and specifically built to be a rental here in the heart of the San Juans. This beautiful new lodge is very spacious and can comfortably sleep six. The kitchen, dining, and main living area make up the great room. The lodge is within easy walking distance of shopping and dining, where the pavement ends and the Old West begins.