Torian Plum Condominiums

1855 Ski Time Square Drive, Steamboat Springs, Colorado, USA
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  • Torian Plum enjoys a great location on Ski Time Plaza at the ski base area.
  • There are lots of great restaurants and bars right beneath the condos.
  • It’s in a ski-in ski-out location, just across from the pedestrian plaza.
  • The hot tubs have recently been upgraded.
  • All of the condos have washers, dryers and gas fireplaces.
  • Guests can use an on-demand shuttle to take them wherever they want.

Scout tips

  • A resort fee (or “reservation fee”) of 6.5% is charged by the hotel on Scout checkout, along with the lodging sales tax.
  • The complex is made up of two different buildings: ‘Creekside’ and ‘Plaza’. Each are priced differently.
  • All condos are individually owned and decorated. When you arrive you may be able to ask to see several condos in your price bracket to choose which you like best – based on availability of course.

SCOUT REVIEW

Steamboat is not exactly suffering a shortage of condo complexes, but not many can compete with the ski-in ski-out convenience of Torian Plum (within this price range). The quality of these condos is similar to what you’ll get in other parts of Steamboat – what you’re paying for is the location.

By the way, you’d be forgiven for thinking that the name ‘Torian Plum’ is a strange choice for a ski hotel. It’s a nod to the name of the site’s previous tenant – a guy named Stu Robinson, who ran a gourmet restaurant and art gallery named ‘Torian’s Plum’ – which was situated in an old wooden building when the ski area was just in its infancy. These days, the two buildings that now make up Torian Plum still house some pretty great restaurants, bars and shops, as well as the condos above.

The condos are split between two buildings – ‘Creekside’ and ‘Plaza’ – and are priced differently due to the slight variances in quality. (For example: a three bedroom in the Plaza building will cost the same as a two bedroom in the Creekside building). This is because the Plaza building is older (it was built in the 80s), so the condos are all a little small and outdated. Plus, the building’s elevator can only be accessed via an outdoor corridor. The Creekside building, on the other hand, was built in 1999, and features larger condos with better views of the slopes. Creekside condos all have more modern finishes and kitchen appliances, and they’re also a little bit closer to the slopes.  

Regardless of which building you choose, they’re both close both to the snow and to a multitude of restaurants and bars. Best of all, the resort’s most happening apres spot, ‘Slopeside’, is located within stumbling distance of both buildings.

And in the plaza beneath the condos, Saketumi Restaurant and Café Diva provide two excellent choices for dinner, while Paramount does the best breakfast in the village (and has great coffee too).

Who should stay here

Torian Plum would suit those who want a self-service ski vacation in a fantastic ski-in ski-out location and not far from restaurants, bars and shops.

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