How do the revised rules in the Bipartisan Budget Act of 2015 affect you and your business?
The finding comes from an analysis of 30 ski resorts. Cheaphotels.org ranked the resorts by conducting a survey examining the minimum cost of a three-star hotel room or higher at or near the resorts.
Sponsor Generated Content
The average nightly stay in Aspen will cost $241 this spring, according to the report.
Lodging in the second and third-most expensive ski towns — California’s Olympic Valley and in Utah’s Alta and Snowbird areas — will cost an average $239 and $236, respectively.
Colorado resorts filled out the remaining top 10:
4. Breckenridge, $223
5. Vail, $214
6. Snowmass, $212
7. Telluride, $204
8. Keystone, $203
9. Beaver Creek, $199
10. Copper Mountain, $192
At $136, Steamboat Springs ranked No. 14. Crested Butte ranked 15th at $134, the least expensive of the state’s resorts.