West-End-Bistro

Dining at the Hotel Telluride

Unique among Telluride restaurants, The West End Bistro offers casual American cuisine in a comfortable lodge setting. You will find all of your favorite appetizers with a twist, fresh dinner special made daily, a diverse children’s menu, and homemade tavern fare using fresh, local ingredients.

Colorado inspired cuisine from Executive Chef Jose Zamora-Yanez

The Hotel Telluride offers exceptional dining experiences in our on site restaurant, The West End Bistro at The Hotel Telluride. Whether you would like to have a hearty breakfast to sustain your day on the mountain or enjoy a casual cozy meal paired with a fine glass of wine or cocktail, The West End Bistro has something to suit your taste!

West End Bistro Dinner & Breakfast To-Go Menu

Restaurant closed for off-season

We will reopen May 27th when the Telluride gondola reopens.

Breakfast Nook at Hotel Telluride

Breakfast
7:30–10am, Every day

Start your day off right at The West End Bistro Breakfast, and give your stay at The Hotel Telluride a “Bed & Breakfast” feel.

*Restaurant is closed in Spring and Fall Off Season – Please call the Hotel for specific dates

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Dinner
5 – 9pm, Every day

After a day of recreation and adventures, satisfy your belly at The West End Bistro, sharing plates, desserts and craft beers — everything you need to relax on a chilly night by our lobby fireplace.

*Restaurant is closed in Spring and Fall Off Season – Please call the Hotel for specific dates

We look forward to seeing you soon:

For reservations and information, call our Vacation Planners at 866-468-3501 or click the button to book online now.

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Beyond the slopes

Amy Gross recounts her birding adventure and her stay at The Hotel Telluride. “In about five hours, traveling by SUV to and from Miramonte Reservoir in the Dan Noble State Wildlife Area, we spotted 31 species, including a thrilling pair of peregrine falcons, Lewis’s woodpeckers, a colony of cliff swallows, and bald and gold eagles.”

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Term to Know: Via Ferrata—Italian for “Iron Road,” it’s a system of fixed rungs. steps and ladders anchored into a rock face that lets non-mountaineers experience the adrenaline-soaked vertical rush of rock climbing with none- or little, anyway – of the danger to life and limb. It’s all the rage in high elevation vacationing. Stay at The Hotel Telluride, just an hour’s flight from Phoenix, and get the “Ropes & Rungs” adventure package: three nights at the hotel, plus a day of Via Ferrata, meals and more.

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