Keystone hotels and other lodging options exceed 1,200 properties in this small resort area,so you’re certain to find something for a weekend getaway or the romantic trip you promised your partner more than a year ago. Keystone hotels are perfect for an all-girls adventure or all-guys snowy bachelor weekend, a family reunion or perhaps even a corporate retreat. The beauty of so many options is that your Keystone hotel will be a perfect match whether you're hoping for a studio or a place to shelter your party of a dozen or more mountain visitors. Keystone accommodation options are divided among six neighborhoods, each with special features and characteristics. East Keystone properties reside amidst old growth forests, but the convenient resort shuttle transports you quickly to the part of the mountain that interests you the most. River Run is at the center of the action. Two lifts are immediately at your service, and the retail, restaurants and local festivals that enliven this area will make your stay action oriented. Lakeside Village provides a great view no matter which direction you look. Those soothed by water will appreciate the five-acre lake stocked with fish and graced with paddling ducks. The Continental Divide and Gore range are also within sight, revealing the full splendor of why you headed to the central Rockies.
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The Mountain House neighborhood is home to Keystone hotel’s original properties and village amenities. Keystone hotel options here are closest to the ski school and other skier services, an entertainment zone with an arcade and the Argentine Lift and Peru Express, which leads to the adrenaline-beloved A51 terrain park. The North Keystone neighborhood provides access to trails and natural areas and is the home to the Keystone Conference Center, the largest meeting facility in the Rockies. West Keystone places its guests in the woods with winding trails, the Nordic Center and golf courses nearby.