A large central atrium that doubles as an art gallery grabs all the attention at this modern hotel a few hundred yards from the lifts. Rooms are generously proportioned and nicely split between a bedroom and living room with kitchenette—you'll get more space for your money here than at most other properties in the heart of the village, which makes it great for families. The style is modern, yet hinting at a bordello—the lobby has subdued red ceiling lights and abstract
paintings (all for sale), and the elevators are covered in red leather. The rooms are more modestly decorated in polished leather furniture, more art, sleek cabinets, flat-screen TVs, and beds plumped with pillow-top mattresses. Creekside views are pricier but tranquil, especially if you have a balcony. There's an on-site ski shop in the winter.