Homewood Suites By Hilton Debuts in Colorado Ski Country

The 84-key property is located in the Rocky Mountains, a few miles from downtown Steamboat Springs and Steamboat Ski Resort.
Homewood Suites by Hilton Steamboat Springs. Image courtesy of Hilton Hotels & Resorts

Homewood Suites by Hilton Steamboat Springs is poised to welcome its first guests with the opening of the 84-key hotel in the popular ski town of Steamboat Springs, Colo. Developed and owned by Gray Stone LLC, the new property will be managed by K Partners Hospitality USA.

“Homewood Suites by Hilton Steamboat Springs provides spacious suites and home-like amenities in a central location to give guests the value-added offerings that both business and leisure travelers seek when visiting the area,” Rick Colling, Homewood Suites by Hilton’s global head, said in a prepared statement. “The demand for our brand is incredibly strong and entering this beloved leisure destination is another proof point of our successful efforts to provide extended stay accommodations across a diverse set of destinations for our loyal guests.”

The all-suite property consists of a mix of studio, one- and two-bedroom rooms, and all boast full kitchens and separate living and sleeping areas. The amenity package at the hotel shares the same Homewood Suites by Hilton specialties, such as a heated indoor pool, game room and fitness center.

Outdoor lovers’ dream

The hotel is located at 3600 S. Lincoln Ave., in the major hiking and skiing destination in the heart of the Rocky Mountains, with recent data showing more than half a million visitors come to Steamboat Springs each year.

Naturally, the property is close by these adventurous activities, with both the historic downtown and Steamboat Ski Resort less than 3 miles away.

In March, Homewood Suites by Hilton Providence Downtown opened in downtown Providence, R.I. Developed and owned by a joint venture between First Bristol Corp. and Paolino Properties, the 120-key extended-stay hotel became the third Homewood Suites-branded property in the state.

According to Colorado Group Realty, a record snowfall in 2019, which saw more than 300 inches touch the ground at ski resorts, has made the year one of the biggest in ages, and visitors to the area were up considerably through April. In fact, lodging tax revenue increased 23 percent year-over-year.