My brother got married here in early December. I have not been to the Keystone before, and this is my second trip to the Denver area. The lodge is rustic, so if you are looking for a modern ski lodge, this isn't your spot. Two gathering spots with large fireplaces provide a nice place to sit and unwind with friends or family after a day on the slopes. The dining area is nice, but you are really there for the food, which is excellent. For example, we enjoyed a starter of venison sausage with pheasant ravioli, and a main course of ostrich and pork tips, followed by a lava cake. Our server recommended a wonderful Malbec selection which paired with our meal perfectly. We capped the night off with a Ski Tip coffee. Our accomodations were nice, but small. The bathroom was big enough, but we had a few small problems. The toilet leaked a touch, and the water temp would vary a bit while showering due to - I presume - other guests showering at the same time. I didn't see a temperature gauge in our room, so we were left to regulate our heat by opening the window at night. Yet, given all these distractions, the lodge offers guests a unique experience balanced between great food and old world charm. As long as you know what you are getting into, the lodge can offer you a wonderful retreat from today's hussle, bustle and Blackberries.
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- Ski Tip Hotel Keystone