Although lodging is available in Mount Crested Butte, it is 3 miles away (there is a free bus). You’ll usually have the best experience if you find lodging in The Town of Crested Butte.
- The Gunnison/Crested Butte Promotional Site
- Visit Crested Butte
- Travel Crested Butte
- Downtown Crested Butte
- Colordado Tourism Site
- Ski CB (Also has summer information, but focused on Mount CB)
There is also a hostel, and numerous AirB&B’s and VRBO-style spaces available.
Most lodgings provide Internet access but you should ask to make sure. The local coffee shops all have Internet access and generally welcome workers.
One of the most popular things to do for conferences is to rent houses together. This might or might not be cheaper, but it’s generally more fun and a nicer experience. It also adds an additional workspace for the retreat.
Make sure you add yourself to the Slack group for the conference, so you can make arrangements with other attendees to rent houses. Usually one person finds the house, and then others come and fill it up. Here’s a start if you’re looking for a house.
There are many AirBnB locations available; again, try for Crested Butte, not Mount Crested Butte.
Crested Butte has a number of hotels, varying from OK to nice, none of which are chains. If you’re in a hurry you can just call the Crested Butte Chamber of Commerce at (800) 545-4505 and they will help you make a reservation. Remember to ask for a reservation in the town of Crested Butte, and not on the mountain, in order to be close to the conference location. However, in the Summer there are always more rooms available on the mountain than in town, and the bus runs every 15 minutes between the mountain and town.
If you’re on a budget, try the hostel or ask the Chamber of Commerce about camping.
Here’s another site about travel, lodging and the Crested Butte experience.