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Colorado Hotel Travel Guide

The Centennial State welcomes you!

Join the thousands of people who have fallen in love with Colorado by booking a vacation there today using Expedia. Take a tour of the capital, Denver, or enjoy a serene visit somewhere quieter. Expedia will help you find the right trip for you. See just how simple it is to visit the state of your dreams, start hunting today.

Eager to stay at an extravagant spa in Colorado? Take your pick. Expedia has a huge range of modest lodges as well. And there are an assortment of options in between. It just depends on what you're in the mood for and how much you'd like to spend. As for location, you can choose a room in any part of the region you'd like. You'll find a ton of accommodation choices at the center of the action, as well as secluded lodges on the outskirts of Colorado. When you search Expedia's catalog of accommodations in Colorado, you're guaranteed to find affordable rates and incredible specials on any type of lodge in the region.

Quick facts about Colorado:

  • Of all the states in the country, Colorado is ranked 22nd in terms of population
  • Don't forget to stop in Denver , Colorado Springs , and Rocky Mountain National Park while you're in the state

Seeking to learn more about the local hotels in Colorado? Here are some stats you should know:

  • 29,357 people have reviewed this state on Expedia, and 22,360 of them wholeheartedly recommend taking a trip here.
  • Average hotels here receive a ranking of 4 on a scale from 1 to 5.
  • The average room has a cleanliness rating of 4.
  • Service at local hotels have received a rating of 4 on average.
  • Comfort levels at local lodges garnered a score of 4.

Expedia will save you money and time when securing your reservations at any of the accommodations in Colorado, so you can spend your days enjoying your adventure and not worrying about going home broke. So why wait another day to book your vacation to United States of America? Select your preferred travel dates now to find the best specials on getaways in Colorado!

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 Expedia.com 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 Expedia.com 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 Expedia.com to book your dream escape to Colorado today.