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    Colorado Hotel Travel Guide

    When Katharine Lee Bates wrote ""America the Beautiful,"" there is no doubt that the purple mountain's majesty she was speaking of were the Rockies in Colorado. Peaks reaching up to 13,000 feet grace this ridge that serves as a spine for the state and provides one of the world's well-known winter sport locations. Whether you're schussing down a black diamond in Aspen or taking advantage of the summer music festival in Winter Park, there are a million reasons to find a resort in Colorado. Resorts range from scenic and remote to in-town ski chalets to full-service ranches on the state's majestic plains. Check out the options on and discover everything from luxury full-service resort villages to Colorado resorts that allow you to be as self-sufficient as the pioneers who founded this Western wonderland.

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    When to Visit

    If you are looking for a hotel Colorado residents will likely tell you to book early if you want to hit the slopes. This area is best known for its winter play, so the peak times are booked well in advance. If snowboarding is your thing, it is worth the trouble to find resorts in Colorado that have last-minute cancellations. Fans of hiking will enjoy spring, summer, and fall here. Many of the ski towns have festivals, concerts, and summer activities like alpine slides to keep the fun going year-round in these winter sport communities. Lovers of cheap deals will find that spring ""mud season"" discounts allow them to take a last-minute snowboard down some of the higher peaks. You can also be one of the first of the year on the local mountain bike trails, all for the lowest prices of the season.

    What to Do

    There is so much to do in Colorado. City fans can take in a Rockies or Avalanche game or concert in Denver while budding paleontologists and archaeologists can participate in dinosaur digs or view petroglyphs near Four Corners. Visitors to hotels in Colorado Springs can visit the campus of the air force academy or head across the plains on a horseback ride. The hip, funky town of Boulder offers a more modern vibe. You can realign your chakras at a spa or yoga retreat, or partake in rock climbing on an adventure getaway. Of course, many come for a trip down the slopes in one of the many resort towns of the Rockies.

    There are many sides to Colorado, and has the best deals on all of them. After a long, sunny day outside, which happens over 300 days per year in this state, tuck into a great meal of buffalo burger or steak from the local ranches. If you're in the mood for international offerings, there are gourmet restaurants in all the major cities, within walking distance of hotels in Colorado.

    Colorado Resort Amenities

    Colorado hotels can range from budget-conscious to high-end star-studded resorts. Food options consist of eat-in room service and full kitchens that allow guests to plan a more budgeted trip. Hotels near the local parks offer nature tours for the entire family as well as lessons on activities like fly-fishing, whitewater rafting, rock climbing, and fossil hunting. Balconies in the valley towns of the Rockies often have private hot tubs for a romantic warm-up from a long day on the slopes. Check out our offerings at where we can help you find the perfect fit between amenities and price.

    Colorado Landscape

    Flights to Colorado usually enter through Denver where I-70 will take you into the Rockies and across the state. Smaller commuter flights are available to other flat regions, like Grand Junction. The eastern part of the state, the Front Range, is home to ranches, agricultural areas, and the Denver Metroplex. The Rockies have several dozen resort towns, including Aspen, Vail, Breckenridge, Winter Park, Steamboat Springs, and Glenwood Springs. Finally, the Southwestern Four Corners region is a beautiful area of sandstone monuments and ancient cultures. Whichever region appeals most to you, visit to book your dream escape to Colorado today.

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    Hotels in Denver (and vicinity)

    The Brown Palace Hotel and Spa, Autograph Collection - Denver Hotels
    Rating: 4.5 Stars

    The Brown Palace Hotel and Spa, Autograph Collection

    321 17th St, Denver - Map
    "Lovely old hotel. Do stay here. "
    Loved the experience. It's expensive but worth it.
    Traveller from H
    This 1892 hotel in Denver's financial and cultural district is one block from the 16th Street Mall and five blocks from the …More
    Magnolia Hotel Denver - Denver Hotels
    Rating: 4.0 Stars

    Magnolia Hotel Denver

    818 17th St, Denver - Map
    "Wonderful Location With Lots of Perks"
    The Magnolia was our last stop on a fall visit to Colorado and was just what we needed. We were lavished with a free beer/wine hour, cookies and a spectacular breakfast buffet. The corner room was clean, comfortable and modern with lots of light. We took advantage of the complimentary driver delivering us to the door of our restaurant selection and picking us up promptly. The staff could not have been friendlier or more helpful! Great place.
    A Traveller
    This downtown, nonsmoking boutique hotel is 1 block from 16th Street Mall and a little more than an hour's drive from Summit …More
    Sheraton Denver Downtown Hotel - Denver Hotels
    Rating: 4.0 Stars

    Sheraton Denver Downtown Hotel

    1550 Court Place, Denver - Map
    Nice hotel & stay but ridiculously high parking price each day. You pretty much end up paying a lot for this hotel per night.
    A Traveller
    On the 16th Street Pedestrian Mall, the Sheraton Denver Downtown Hotel is close to shopping and entertainment, about 3 blocks …More

    Hotels in Colorado Springs (and vicinity)

    Cliff House at Pikes Peak - Manitou Springs Hotels
    Rating: 4.0 Stars

    Cliff House at Pikes Peak

    306 Canon Ave, Manitou Springs - Map
    "Excellent, well-situated hotel"
    The Cliff House surpassed our expectations in every way. The service was impeccable -- from the front desk to the valet to the housekeeping staff, everyone we encountered was friendly and went out of their way to be helpful. The grand, 19th century building includes lots of interesting historic memorabilia, a large front porch where you can have a drink or dine outside, a fine restaurant, a bar, and lots of seating in various public spaces. The ambience is elegant but also casual and welcoming. Our room was very clean, with comfortable bedding and a view of the nearby mountains and the little town of Manitou Springs. The room had some quirky decorative pieces, a gas fireplace, as well as a fancy steam shower in the bathroom. The hotel offers lots of special touches, like turndown service (including little chocolates), free newspapers delivered to each guest, and complimentary bottled water, which came in handy for our hike at nearby Garden of the Gods. The meal we had at the Cliff House restaurant was outstanding--our best meal by far during our trip to Colorado.
    Traveller from Midwest
    Situated in the historical district, this historic hotel is within 1 mi (2 km) of Arcade Amusements and Manitou Springs Cave …More
    The Mining Exchange, A Wyndham Grand Hotel & Spa - Colorado Springs Hotels
    Rating: 4.0 Stars

    The Mining Exchange, A Wyndham Grand Hotel & Spa

    8 S Nevada Ave, Colorado Springs - Map
    "The Hotel to stay at in Colorado Springs! :-)"
    Unbeatable Price to Comfort level ratio. The Junior Suites are well appointed with floor to ceiling windows. The Grand Suites are a larger with a separate seating area. Staff were great almost always greeted by name and very professional.
    Traveller from US
    Located in Downtown Colorado Springs, this hotel is 0.1 mi (0.2 km) from Colorado Springs City Auditorium and 1.8 mi (2.9 km) …More
    Cheyenne Mountain Resort - Colorado Springs Hotels
    Rating: 4.0 Stars

    Cheyenne Mountain Resort

    3225 Broadmoor Valley Rd, Colorado Springs - Map
    "Great hotel"
    All hotel staff we encountered were super friendly - front desk, restaurant, spa, etc. We loved that the outdoor pool was still open in October as it was heated, loved the Alluvia spa, the kids enjoyed the buffet at the restaurant, and they also enjoyed the smores at the firepit out on the deck. Views were nice. Views from our balcony were also great. We liked the nice setting, nice amenities and the casual, friendly feel to this hotel and will be back.
    A Traveller
    With spectacular views of Cheyenne Mountain and the Rockies as well as Colorado Springs, this lodge-style resort is ideally …More

    Hotels in Rocky Mountain National Park (and vicinity)

    Stanley Hotel - Estes Park Hotels
    Rating: 4.0 Stars

    Stanley Hotel

    333 Wonderview Ave, Estes Park - Map
    "Because of noise, got transferred to Aspire"
    Upon check in, we were assigned room 201. After being in the room for a bit we found it was very loud. The room (201) was situated directly above the front desk and next to the grand staircase. You could heard everything from the people checking in to the people walking up the stairs. Sound also carried up from the lobby below; shops and a conference being held. So, I went down to the front desk and asked for another room. I told them I paid nearly $1000 for our stay and needed a quite room. First they were going to put me in a room next to one of the rooms on the tour, which would have been worse. I didn't want that one, so they put me and my daughter at the new Aspire Hotel, part of their property, right down the road. Our bags were carried for us to the property while we drove down the road to the hotel. Like I said the hotel is brand new, a month old I think. Very modern, quite and comfortable. The beds and pillows were a dream. We had a balcony and a Nesprso coffee machine. Other than that, though the hotel did not offer any amenities (frig, microwave, breakfast), you had to walk up the the Stanley. We were able to purchase a frig for $10 a day. All in all, it fit our needs perfectly. As a side note, probably overpriced as I've read in many reviews. If we ever visit again, I would try one of the many smaller hotels or possibly a cottage.
    Traveller from Greenfield, Wisconsin
    Built in 1909, this grand Georgian-style hotel is located in the small resort town of Estes Park, 7500 feet above sea level …More
    Rocky Mountain Park Inn - Estes Park Hotels
    Rating: 3.0 Stars

    Rocky Mountain Park Inn

    101 S Saint Vrain Avenue, Estes Park - Map
    "It's fine if you have kids"
    Overall, its a fine place to sleep and change clothes. Unless you have kids and then the pool area is worth the stay. The beds are listed as queen beds but THEY ARE NOT. They are full beds and good look trying to have 2 adults sleep in one. Great location and overall a clean room.
    A Traveller
    Just outside downtown and the riverwalk, this hotel is close to Estes Park Museum, Stanley Park, and Reel Mountain Theater …More
    The Estes Park Resort - Estes Park Hotels
    Rating: 3.5 Stars

    The Estes Park Resort

    1700 Big Thompson Ave, Estes Park - Map
    "Nice hotel, beautiful location, friendly staff."
    Nice hotel and pretty lake views. Would have liked to stayed longer but will return to this hotel. Staff was friendly. Room was clean, small refrigerator in room.
    Traveller from CO
    This family-friendly Estes Park resort is located on the Strip, within 2 mi (3 km) of Lake Estes Marina, Stanley Village, and …More