Telluride Spa Concierge set to reopen following COVID-19 shutdown

Telluride Spa Concierge will reopen to guests of the Hotel Telluride between June 15th and July 1st in accordance with the regulations and guidelines put forth by DORA, the Colorado Department of Regulatory Agencies.  TSC has worked diligently during the spa’s closure to update its already rigorous sanitation and hygiene standards and implement new policies and procedures to promote the health and safety of guest and staff. 

A selection of the updates and adjustments TSC has made can be found below.

  • We respectfully ask that you shower and come to your appointment with a clean body and clean clothes.
  • Steam room, showers and lockers will be closed for COVID-19 Safety.
  • You and your therapist will wear a mask at all times.
  • Upon arrival we will be taking your temperature. 
  • We will schedule extra time in-between guest to minimize exposure and sanitize the space after each use.    
  • We have revised our treatment menu to include a simplified selection massage treatments.  Facials and waxing are discontinued until further notice.

During these past months of uncertainty and change, we have been looking forward to the day when we can welcome back Guests of the Hotel Telluride!  We are excited to see you soon. 

Telluride Spa Concierge will continue to follow local state and national regulations regarding the safe operation of spas.  As the spa receives additional guidance, its policies and practices will be updated accordingly.

Simplified Service Menu & Pricing Sanitation Hygiene Commitment

Additional Details can be found at

Guests interested in scheduling treatments can do so by calling us at 970-708-4650 or email us,


Booking Made Simple

Reservations can be made 7 days a week by calling our Spa Concierge at 970-708-4650.

If booking several days in advance you may also email requests to our concierge at

We recommend booking before you arrive to ensure that you get exactly the time and day that best suites you. Same-day bookings are happily accepted, but your flexibility might be needed.


Cancellations or changes must be made at least 4 hours prior to treatment start time.


Please arrive 5 minutes prior to your appointment time. Meet your therapist in the hotel lobby. Late arrival will limit the time available for your treatment. All treatments will end on time so as not to delay the next guest.

Spa Services Menu and Pricing

Frequently Asked Questions

How do I schedule my appointment?

All appointments can be scheduled through guest services at (970) 369-1188.

When should I schedule my spa appointment?

The Hotel Telluride Spa has limited availability. Bookings in advance are the best way to ensure a spa service for you during your visit.

When do I arrive to my spa appointment?

Please arrive 5 minutes prior to your appointment time. Late arrival will limit the time available for your treatment. All treatments will end on time so as to not delay the next guests.

What do I wear to my spa treatment?

Please wear comfortable clothing, so that you continue to feel relaxed when you are done with your service. The hotel offers the use of robes and slippers in your room.

Are gratuities included?

Gratuities are not included in the pricing of spa services. Gratuities are welcomed and at your discretion.

What if I need to cancel or reschedule?

Cancellations without a minimum of 4 hours will incur full treatment charge. Cancellations on packages require 24 hours notice or full treatment charge will be incurred.

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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