Lodging

From quaint getaways to exquisite retreats, Grand County offers a variety of vacation styles: Quick ski trip? Long camping trip? An even longer biking trip? Whatever the type of trip you’re looking for, Grand County is sure to surpass your expectations.

Whether your ideal Colorado lodging experience includes the romance of a rustic log cabin, an open-air tent under the stars or an upscale resort and spa, Grand County, Colorado has accommodations to fit every need and budget!

Fraser Crossing & Founders Pointe

Winter Park, CO

The outside is brought inside with the beautifully appointed Fraser Crossing and Founders Pointe. These ruggedly handsome condominiums range in size from studios to three-bedroom units and comfortably accommodate any family size.

Canyon Motel

Hot Sulphur Springs, CO

Lodging AAA Rated Kitchens, Pets OK, discount to Hot Springs Resort for guest.

Spirit Lake Lodge

Grand Lake, CO

We have brand new POLARIS and SKI-DOO sleds and about 120 miles of groomed trails!  

Sun Valley Ranch

Grand Lake, CO

Access Winter Park - Eagle's Nest

Winter Park, CO

Let Access Winter Park help you find the PERFECT Colorado Rocky Mountain resort vacation lodging. Our carefully selected vacation rental properties offer spectacular views, upscale furnishings, comfort, convenience and feel like a home away from home. Access Winter Park offers luxury accomodations with personalized customer service at reasonable prices. Our properties are available year round.

Alpine Resort Properties

Winter Park, CO

With over 30 years experience, we have been one of the largest property management companies in Grand County CO. This means that we are not only a reputable company but also have more lodging choices for you to select from for your lodging needs. With over 140 different rental options to choose from ranging from economical studios to premier town homes and private ski-in/ski-out homes we have something for everyone.

River Run RV Resort

Granby, CO

River Run, a Signature Sun RV Resort, opening summer 2019 will provide visitors a new way to experience Colorado. Committed to providing guests with luxury amenities no matter how they choose to travel, River Run will offer a variety of unique lodging styles including furnished mountain cottages, glamping and camping accommodations and RV facilities. Situated in Granby along the headwaters of the Colorado River, in a valley below the Arapahoe National Forest and Rocky Mountain National Park this upscale mountain retreat offers unparalleled year-round access to the Northern Colorado Rockies. Guests will have access to a variety of on-site amenities to keep them entertained and well-fed, including fishing, stand up paddle boarding, kayaking, mini-bowling, zero-entry pool, spa services, a tavern and events center and more set against spectacular views of the Continental Divide. The surrounding public lands provide opportunities to hike, bike, boat, fish and enjoy wildlife. Winter guests can enjoy nearby skiing and snowboarding as well as easy access to snowmobiling, ice-fishing, cross-country skiing and more.

Arapahoe Lodge

Winter Park, CO

Arapahoe Ski Lodge offers you cheerful lodging, 11 rooms with one or two queen beds, each with private bath, room phones, wi-fi and data port. There is a bar/lounge serving your favorite drinks, and a large recreation room, each with a cozy fireplace . . . plus an indoor spa, sauna and heated pool for your complete relaxation. Best of all, enjoy relaxed dining with the finest food.

Indian Peaks Resort

Fraser, CO

Indian Peaks Condominiums are conveniently  located just outside of Winter Park, Colorado, in the town of Fraser. Situated in the Heart of Grand County, Indian Peaks is close to Winter Park Resort,  shopping, restaurants, nature and more! There is a free shuttle that stops at the entrance to the  property every half hour during the winter months.

Hideaway Mountain Lodge

Fraser, CO

Our dream began on our one-year anniversary trip many years ago, traveling through Colorado. We had no set destination other than to drive up through mountains of Colorado. Mike had plans to camp along the way, Carla changed those plans after the first night of sleeping on the rocks and waking up rain-soaked. On that trip, we meet a gentleman who guided us on a jeep ride and learned he owned a resort he built from a few rustic cabins. That sparked the idea of 'wouldn't that be fun'. The years flew by, busy with our careers, raising three wonderful kids and many trips back to Colorado. With each trip, we would restart that conversation wouldn't it be fun to have our own little resort. Now we are living our dream with many plans to make this place grand. We love meeting new people and hearing their stories. Come hideaway with us and share yours.