The St. Julien Hotel & Spa located in downtown Boulder, offers breathtaking views of the Flatirons and is one of the highest rated hotels in the entire Denver/Boulder area. It is just minutes away from a plethora of shops and restaurants and the luxurious rooms, pool and spa only enhance your experience at the St. Julien after exploring town. Furthermore, if you are looking for a wedding or business venue, your search stops here. Come here to rejuvenate yourself, soak up some sun and sip some wine.
This cozy, English style country inn, located in the heart of the shopping district near the historic Goss-Grove neighborhood, has the honor of being Boulder's first bed and breakfast. The distinctive rooms feature individual designs, along with private baths, antique furniture, original art and fresh flowers. The Honeymoon and Anniversary rooms also have wood burning fireplaces. The courtyard gardens are exquisite and worth seeing even if you are not a guest at the inn.
The Hampton Inn & Suites Boulder is an all-encompassing hotel that is perfect for the family or for those traveling on business. Everything you need, from the free parking to the laundromat, is here for the convenience of every guest. Some hotels nickel-and-dime their guests, however here at the Hampton, you can rest assured that this brand doesn't fret about the little things. The hotel features both standard rooms as well as spacious suites, both have HDTVs, ergonomic workspace and WaterPik showerheads. The suites have a microwave, refrigerator and coffeemaker and as stated before, these rooms have more space. In the morning the hotel provides a complimentary hot breakfast and if you're in a hurry, you can take an 'on-the-run' breakfast with you!
Using the portmanteau of this cool town located in this great state, this exquisite Victorian hotel, built in 1909, treats guests to a lavish stay. Historic rooms decorated in a posh style provide business and leisure travelers the ultimate in refined luxury and comfort. Mammoth VIP rooms come complete with separate living areas and extra Victorian elegance. For a true stunning view of an old-fashioned hotel, definitely check out the stained glass ceiling in the mezzanine. The hotel is usually booked every night, especially in the summer, so reservations should be made well in advance.
Those who are looking for a happy medium between the mountains and the city will find this quaint motel a perfect fit. Established in 1936, it is the oldest continuously operating motel in Colorado, and its stellar location provides secluded comfort nestled in the entrance to Boulder Canyon, at the foot of Flagstaff Mountain. Although the log cabin rooms appear rustic, they feature the latest in modern amenities. With its 18 charming rooms and two cozy suites in a mountain setting next to Boulder Creek Path, downtown Boulder is a short commute and some of the area's best hiking trails are right outside the door. Cable television, in-room phones, refrigerators, wireless Internet access compose the other complimentary services.
From every angle the jagged peaks of the Flatirons (The) tower above Chautauqua Park, offering some of the most astounding panoramic views in the area. Originally designed as a cultural gathering place for the surrounding community, the park still hosts an assortment of entertainment, and is a great place to rejuvenate. Sixty cottages and two lodges owned and operated by the Chautauqua Association are available for rent on a year round basis. Cottages are perfect for extended stay visits and come with one-two- and three-bedrooms. Prices vary depending on the season and length of stay. Pets can come along for a fee.
Located along Middle Boulder Creek in the scenic Roosevelt National Forest, this retreat provides the best of both worlds. Mountain biking, fishing, hiking and horseback riding are all within 10 minutes from your cabin's front door, while Boulder is just 20 minutes away. The cabins are spartan, but efficient, and lack private phones. Pets are allowed for a fee. An on-site playground and kid's fishing pond make this a family friendly retreat.
The Capitol Hill Mansion, constructed in 1891 and listed on the National Historic Register, went through a recent restoration to become one of Denver's finest bed-and-breakfast inns. The innkeepers have crafted special comforts in each room, accentuating the amenities of the sandstone, castle-like Romanesque mansion. Fresh flowers, antiques, and artwork adorn all of the rooms, and Old World furnishings accent the sweeping staircase and stained glass window in the entry hallway. The parlor is an especially pleasant place to relax, or you can kick back on the winding porch.
If you are tired of staying in the generic chain hotels and are searching for a place that truly reflects Colorado, consider the Niwot Inn. Located between Longmont and Boulder, the charming town of Niwot boasts a historic setting and a plethora of antique shops. Plus, it is very close to IBM and a number of other businesses in Boulder's northern sector. Each of the inn's rooms bears the name of a Colorado fourteener (peaks surpassing 14,000 ft.), and offer individual luxuries and the mountain comforts of a bed-and-breakfast. A 740 square foot conference room seats up to 50. Some rooms have fireplaces and jetted tubs. Please note that the restaurant has various unique designer guest rooms to suit your diverse needs.
If you like the outdoors more than sitting around indoors, then Lane Guest Ranch is the perfect place for you. It is located in the mountains just beyond the Rocky Mountain National Park. Surrounded by streams and lakes, it has a spectacular 360-degree view of the mountains. This is literally a getaway. Chill at the pool or just have a drink while you relax on your private patio. The ranch organizes many excursions, which include trout fishing, whitewater rafting, hiking, horseback riding with an instructor and wildlife viewing. With all these activities, you're sure to have an exciting time.
This Ritz-Carlton offers a luxurious night's sleep while visiting Denver. On booking a plush room here, you'll enjoy the terrycloth robes and big tubs in every room, the free morning newspaper, and concierge service. Any amenity you could possibly imagine (within reason) is available, including a huge gym with an indoor pool, spa and a basketball court. Though there are numerous options to pamper your taste buds, the hotel's restaurant, Elway's, specializes in steak and seafood that is to die for! Those in town for business can take advantage of the professional services and well-equipped spaces offered here. And if you're looking to explore Denver for pleasure, you'll appreciate the hotel's convenient proximity to downtown and ample shopping opportunities. You can even bring your pets and pamper them to the hilt! All in all, the stay here is an experience worth living.