The Madeline Hotel & Residences, an Auberge Resorts Collection property located in the heart of Mountain Village—high above the dramatic box canyon that cradles the town of Telluride—has long lured travelers with its Heidi-esque alpine views. But after a property-wide redesign completed in May, it’s the scenery inside that’s catching eyes.
Led by interior designer Liubasha Rose of Rose Ink Workshop, the refresh highlights a hygge palette of wood-grained walls, hefty ceiling beams, rough-cut marble tables, sweater-stitch carpets, and the work of more than 30 collaborators and artisans, from wood accents by Matt Downer to oversize artworks by Hanna Margetson-Rushmore.
An ornate oak bar and cozy nooks in the fireplace-warmed Timber Room—the property’s new indoor-outdoor après-ski lounge—nod to Megève and Gstaad, while updated guest rooms lean more modern with black steel desks, leather drawer pulls from Telluride’s Crossbow Leather, and art and accessories in bold black and white. The only thing untouched? Those storied mountain views.