Choose Your Howelsen Place Vacation Rental
For more information about the units in Howelsen Place simply click on the unit number that best fits your needs.
|H209A||1 Bedroom / 1 Bath||1||4||2 Beds (1Q, 1QSS)|
|H305B||1 Bedroom / 1.5 Baths||1.5||4||2 Beds (1K, 1QSS)|
|H403A||2 Bedroom Penthouse / 2 Baths||2||5||4 Beds (1K, 1TR, 1BB)|
|H305A||2 Bedroom Penthouse / 2 Baths||2||6||3 Beds (2K, 1QSS)|
|H204A||2 Bedrooms + Den / 2 Baths||2||7||4 Beds (2K, 1MB, 1QSS)|
|H206A||2 Bedrooms / 2 Baths||2||4||2 Beds (1K, 1Q)|
|H207A||2 Bedrooms / 2 Baths||2||6||3 Beds (1K, 1Q, 1QSS)|
|H208B||3 Bedrooms / 3 Baths||3||7||4 Beds (1K, 1Q, 1SK, 1TSS)|
|Bedding Guide: K = King; Q = Queen; F = Full; T = Twin; BB = Bunk Bed; SK = Split King; TR = Trundle; DB = Daybed; D = Double; FU = Full Futon; FSS = Full Sleeper Sofa; MB = Murphy Bed; QSS = Queen Sleeper Sofa; QF = Queen Futon; QT = Queen Trundle; TD = Twin Daybed; TL = Twin Rollaway; TSS = Twin Sleeper Sofa; TT = Twin Trundle; KSS = King Sleeper Sofa|
Howelsen Place is THE address of Old Town Steamboat. Located at the site of the famous Harbor Hotel at 7th and Lincoln, this property captures the historical significance of ski jumping by introducing a bronze statue of Carl Howelsen, the one time world record holder for ski jumping and prominent, turn of the century Steamboat Springs resident. Discover what the locals already know. Park your car, ride you bike or walk to where it's happening; restaurants, shops, movies, you name it. When you stay in the heart of downtown you have easy access to almost everything, and the free city ski shuttle can whisk you to the mountain during ski season.
The common area grill located in the courtyard of the Lincoln Building (Building B) is available to all guests staying at Howelsen Place.
Gondola Ski Club
Guests staying at Howelsen Place have access to the exclusive Gondola Ski Club ski lockers at Gondola Square.
Howelsen Place Location Map
Downtown Steamboat (3 miles from resort): Howelsen Place is located in downtown Steamboat Springs at the site of the famous Harbor Hotel at 7th and Lincoln.