Sheraton Steamboat Resort Villas
About Sheraton Steamboat Resort VillasSheraton Steamboat Resort Villas, a brand of Marriott Hotels, is located in western Colorado at the base of the Steamboat Springs mountain village, and one mile from Rollingstone Ranch Golf Club, of which it is a partner resort property. This ski and summer property has over 200 units of accommodation ranging from large rooms and suites to 1, 2, and 3-bedroom villas for families and large groups. There are several dining concepts onsite as well as numerous off-property within walking distance in the village of Steamboat Springs. There is one outdoor pool, full-service spa and a fitness center.
Golf courses at Sheraton Steamboat Resort Villas
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Challenging course, some target golf, but fair. Beautiful views, lots of elevation changes. Only complaint on this particular day, our round took almost five hours, but would definitely play again.
Beautiful layout with lots Of elevation change, pretty streams and forest.
Rollingstone Ranch... spectacular!
Once again, we found Rollingstone Ranch in beautiful shape and fun to play. It's a tough one for sure!! Some of the fairways had some brown patches, but that's due to minimal rain this year. The tee boxes and greens were perfectly beautiful, though. It's a fun course to play, just remember to enjoy the surrounding beauty if it's not your best score! Can't wait to play it again next year!
Stunning setting on the slopes. Enjoyed the layout and the scenery. Some great holes, some pedestrian holes. Course was in pretty good condition, lots of mushy, wet spots in the fairways though. Will play again.
Lots of elevation changes, water, tough greens and tight fairways. Challenging but not so much that is not fun to play. Got a little backed up on the back nine. Played mid- morning to early afternoon on a Saturday. Definitely will play this course when back in Steamboat.
Lots of elevations changes, tough greens to read, need to stay on the fairway and not hit over the green as there is a creek. Very challenging, but still fun to play. More challenging and probably would play this course more often than the other course we played in the area. Only criticism is that we played the back nine behind a very slow group. No marshalls to be found until we were on the 18th hole. One older woman who must have gotten tired as they slowed down so much the foursome behind us were waiting at the last few tees with us.