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The Best Hotels to Choose in Boulder, Colorado

 

The Best Hotels to Choose in Boulder, Colorado
If you are visiting Boulder, Colorado then you will have quite a task narrowing down your hotel search.  What are the basics of accommodation in Boulder?  First, understand there is a large variety of accommodations available in Colorado.  Just the city of Boulder offers dozens of hotel choices, each one capable of fitting your budget, no matter how large or small.
In general, it is best to avoid the school’s most active season, especially during the graduation period.  Not only are many rooms booked, but prices soar and the nights are rather loud.  Some of the most popular chain hotels in the area include Best Western Boulder Inn on 28th Street, Boulder Creek Quality Inn and Suites on Arapahoe Avenue and Days Inn. 
If you desire a more personal stay then check out the Boulder University Inn on Broadway.  The Alps is perhaps the best place to stay if money isn’t an option.  This is an historic lodge that was once active as a stage stop in the 19th century.  The hotel has numerous arts and crafts as well as scenic views.  All rooms have fireplaces and Victorian mantels.  Rooms are spacious and feature whirlpool tubs and individually controlled air conditioning.
Millennium Harvest House is equally expensive and offers full service with excellent amenities.  Guests here can enjoy a swimming pool, a park, bike rentals and scenic views of the Boulder Creek Path.  The St. Julien is perhaps the most expensive hotel in downtown Boulder and features niceties like flagstone and Norman bricks, patina copper and red roof tiles, granite bathrooms and walnut floors.  There are also free yoga classes and a spa offering mineral therapy. 
Boulder Outlook is less expensive, but still offers 40 rooms of luxury.  There is an interior pool and an on-site bar and grill.  Other hotels worth mentioning include the Hotel Boulderado, the Colorado Chautauqua and the Foot of the Mountain Motel.  Boulder is known for its hospitality so expect nothing less than luxury during your hotel stay!

 

If you are visiting Boulder, Colorado then you will have quite a task narrowing down your hotel search. What are the basics of accommodation in Boulder? First, understand there is a large variety of accommodations available in Colorado. Just the city of Boulder offers dozens of hotel choices, each one capable of fitting your budget, no matter how large or small.

In general, it is best to avoid the school’s most active season, especially during the graduation period. Not only are many rooms booked, but prices soar and the nights are rather loud. Some of the most popular chain hotels in the area include Best Western Boulder Inn on 28th Street, Boulder Creek Quality Inn and Suites on Arapahoe Avenue and Days Inn.

If you desire a more personal stay then check out the Boulder University Inn on Broadway. The Alps is perhaps the best place to stay if money isn’t an option. This is an historic lodge that was once active as a stage stop in the 19th century. The hotel has numerous arts and crafts as well as scenic views. All rooms have fireplaces and Victorian mantels. Rooms are spacious and feature whirlpool tubs and individually controlled air conditioning.

Millennium Harvest House is equally expensive and offers full service with excellent amenities. Guests here can enjoy a swimming pool, a park, bike rentals and scenic views of the Boulder Creek Path. The St. Julien is perhaps the most expensive hotel in downtown Boulder and features niceties like flagstone and Norman bricks, patina copper and red roof tiles, granite bathrooms and walnut floors. There are also free yoga classes and a spa offering mineral therapy.

Boulder Outlook is less expensive, but still offers 40 rooms of luxury. There is an interior pool and an on-site bar and grill. Other hotels worth mentioning include the Hotel Boulderado, the Colorado Chautauqua and the Foot of the Mountain Motel. Boulder is known for its hospitality so expect nothing less than luxury during your hotel stay!

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