With an armada of fine dining restaurants, several world-class hotels to choose from, a slew of shopping boutiques and specialty stores, plus renowned “champagne” powder skiing, a Steamboat luxury vacation, will please those looking for an all-around, exceptional experience.
The perfect vacation starts at one of Steamboat’s finer ski in, ski out properties. The Antlers at Christie Base consists of 18 spacious three-, four-, and five- bedroom deluxe townhomes, with well-appointed furnishings and fully equipped kitchens. Designed for the discriminating traveler, Antlers provides the exceptional quality found in luxury homes and the highest level of guest services available.
Edgemont, a luxury condominium complex, offers superb ski in, ski out access. Units range in size from a one-bedroom to three-bedroom arrangement. With direct access to the ski resort, you’ll experience a ski vacation that will want you returning year after year.
Foodies will hardly know they’re dining in a small ski town, instead of a major metropolis. The Steamboat fine dining scene delivers several don’t-miss establishments; many of which embrace the “farm to table” movement and make serious efforts to source their produce, meat, fish and cheese locally. The most notable would include Bistro C.V. [OT LINK] and Harwig’s [OT link]. Both of these Steamboat fine dining restaurants have menus featuring organic or local ingredients. Bistro C.V. is considered to be one of Steamboat’s best with its eclectic, high quality menu items, from small tapas plates, like Yellowtail ceviche tacos and steak tare tare and a large selection of cheese artisan plates, both great for sharing to its main course options like potato-white truffle gnocchi, or local beef flatiron. Harwig’s serves up creative, simple menu items using vegetables and herbs from their own local greenhouse or Steamboat’s Botanic Gardens. Their abbreviated wine bar menu is perfect for a quick or more casual bite.