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Loveland ski resort is a pilgrimage for many people from Denver, Dillon and Silverthorne every year. We’ve touched on an overview of the 1,900 acres and 94 trails but if you plan to ski at Loveland for multiple days, you’ll need a Loveland ski area rental.
With no on-the-slopes lodging, we’ll look at some vacation rentals (private and hotels) for each budget.
Budget Rentals Near Loveland Ski Area ($)
The closest rentals to Loveland ski area are really back in Dillion and Silverthorne. That being said, even finding budget options aren’t too cheap. $150 to $200 a night is about as cheap as it gets.
That budget per night will put you in a condo that can generally sleep 4-8. Not bad if you split that cost per person. For example, this one here is a 2 bed, 2 bath with a full kitchen, living room and dining area. Not something you’ll find in a hotel for the same price. Keep in mind with private rentals, you’ll usually need to book 2-3 days at least.
For budget hotels, The Pad in Silverthorne is a great budget Loveland ski area rental. It is certainly aimed at the younger crowd and you can expect it to be lively at times. The cheapest prices are for mixed dorm-style lodging. While places like The Pad are great, we’d just recommend a condo at this price point.
Mid-Level Vacation Rentals for Skiing at Loveland ($$)
Loveland ski resort lodging in the mid-level price point is often over $200 and up to $600 a night. Again if you split this head by head, it’s not too bad. Especially if your group had 4 to 8 people in it. Just this extra $100 to $200 a night really changes the place you can book.
For a private rental, you can expect modern, 3-4 bedrooms and sleeping 6 to 10 people. In that $350 to $550 range, you can start to get a full single-family house rental like this one.
As for a hotel, the best mid-level hotel near Loveland is the Homewood Suites by Hilton Dillon. This is a major step up from the Comfort Suites Summit County but keep in mind you won’t be able to sleep a large group unless you get separate rooms.
High-End Loveland Ski Resort Lodging (Premium Places to Stay and Ski: $$$)
At over $600 a night, you are really getting into the luxury rental scene near Loveland ski area. Private rentals are the way to go at this price point. If you have a high budget or are looking to book a group ski trip then you can get 9 to 14 beds for the $700 to $1,200 range.
These family mountain homes are huge and there are quite a few options. Generally, you can expect more amenities like a hot tub, chef’s kitchen and gym if you are lucky. Two really impressive rentals are this one which is just minutes to Loveland and this one which sleeps more than 10 people easily!
Loveland Ski Area Rentals: Final Thoughts
Loveland ski area is definitely worth a multiple-day ski trip but you’ll need to sort out your lodging. Luckily there are options for every budget, not too far from the slopes. Silverthorne is great and so is Dillion. Book a solid rental and you’ll have plenty to do, on and off the slopes.