Mountain Area Village
The mountain base area shops, restaurants and bars provide plenty of apres-ski and evening entertainment within a walk or quick shuttle from your accommodation.
Downtown Steamboat Springs
Only 3 miles from the ski mountain three fur trappers are said to have named Steamboat Springs in 1865. Historic downtown is a place where gourmet restaurants alternate with casual cafés, boutiques, galleries, museums and retail stores, many of which have been in business for generations. Founded over 100 years ago, Steamboat’s western roots and old-fashioned courtesies still ring true today.
Steamboat boasts more than 100 bars and restaurants to take care of even the most discriminating appetite. From the elegant Café Diva to the cheap and cheerful Johnny B. Goods, Steamboat will keep you interested, impressed and entertained. For on-mountain dining, a ride the gondola to Hazie's and Ragnar's, enhanced by spectacular views of the Yampa Valley below.
Steamboat Springs has nightlife that will top your days on the slopes! Whether you want to party and dance the night away, or just a place to wind down, you'll find what you're looking for in Steamboat.
Together, historic downtown Steamboat and the mountain village unveil a diverse and unique array of boutiques, galleries, jewellery, specialty stores and shopping experiences, all ideally located in a pedestrian friendly mountain setting. From exclusive designer items to budget-conscious souvenirs, Steamboat appeals to all levels of shopper from the diehard to the casual window browser.