Lovely rooms, part knotty-pine rustic, part leather-cowboy Southwestern. There's a big outdoor pool with a gorgeous view and a nice great room with a rock fireplace, a sauna and a game room for kids. At the height of the season, two queen beds will run you about $175, and right now a king bed costs $79-$89. A decent breakfast (pastries, fresh fruit) is included, and during ski season they'll shuttle you to the mountain, about a three-block ride.
Right across the street from Old Town hot springs, very reasonably priced, the rooms are that fabulous sort of cheesy '80s decor, and it has a pink sign with rabbit ears on the front, so you can't miss it. Continental breakfast included, and free Wi-Fi. Rates start at $129 for two people at the height of ski season, and they're about $79 now.
This is the fancy-schmancy spot at the base of the mountain, and while the hotel rooms are pretty, they also are pretty small, especially for the price (the condos are the way to go if you can afford them). But this is the best the town has in terms of hotel rooms at-the-mountain right now, at least until we see what the Sheraton comes up with after its remodel. The year-round heated pool and hot tubs are excellent, though, and Wi-Fi, fitness center, underground parking and slopeside ski/snowboard storage are included. Rates during ski season start at $279 per night double occupancy for a studio with a platform bed and pullout couch or $509 per night for a one-bedroom condo.