Steamboat Springs is one of the friendliest settings for small to mid-sized meetings in Colorado and is easily accessible by air or car.
"Visitors like how in Steamboat, they experience much more than just their condo and the pool," says Sandy Evans Hall, executive vice president for the Steamboat Springs Chamber Resort Association.
Steamboat has two hubs sitting just two miles apart: The historic downtown, where Lincoln Avenue (Steamboat's main street) parallels the Yampa River, and "the mountain village," where the resort area snuggles against the foot of 10,568-foot Mt. Werner. The meeting planners and event coordinators at Steamboat ensure your group gets the benefit of both worlds.
>> With 17 meeting rooms ranging from 270 to 6,300 square feet in size, the ski-in, ski-out Sheraton Steamboat Resort offers state-of-the-art conference facilities-slopeside.
>> The Steamboat Grand, which sits 100 steps from the gondola, is resort-owned and operated and features more than 17,000 square feet of meeting space, plus 10,000 square feet of outdoor space.
Population: About 9,500
Nearest airport: Steamboat Springs Airport (SBS)
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This article has been re-edited for the Web. Article originally by Kelly Bastone.