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Top Mesa Verde National Park Historic Hotels

Far View Lodge
2 out of 5
Mile Marker 15, inside, Mesa Verde National Park, CO
The price is $133 per night
3.8/5Good! (967 reviews)

"Leah at the front desk was amazing and so very helpful in so many ways. Having a balcony attached to my room was a wonderful perk and I sat out looking at the views in the evening while the sun set. COVID disrupted amenities. They did the best they could. The floors are bare which wasn't ideal because ..."…"

Reviewed on Aug 5, 2020

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Guide to Mesa Verde National Park Historic Hotels

Traveling to new places can be more than just going somewhere different for your trip, it can also be about understanding the history and culture of a place. A fantastic way to experience the culture of a new place is to drench yourself in its past. Touring the area's landmarks or museums is a great beginning, but staying in a Mesa Verde National Park historic hotel can send you back to another time period. Get ready to pack your bags (and no need for the time machine) as your Mesa Verde National Park famous hotel awaits.

Something Old, Something New

When you pass through your Mesa Verde National Park hotel's reception, you'll be transported to a previous era. With their Victorian-style and addresses in the exciting parts of the city, you'll love how these historic hotels stand apart from their contemporary counterparts. While these hotels may be older, they have most of the modern comforts that allow you to wind down during your vacation. You will find your room furnished with a comfortable bed, and just about everything you'll need for a marvelous visit.

Once you have checked-in and had a look around your hotel, you can explore the famous landmarks and art museums to appreciate more of the area's culture. Of course, all this exploring can stimulate your appetite. Be sure to read through the reviews section and see the places other travelers to Mesa Verde National Park thought were merit a visit. You can also ask your hotel's front desk so you can get recommendations where the popular places to enjoy a drink or dinner in Mesa Verde National Park are.

Your Mesa Verde National Park Accommodation Is Waiting

Mesa Verde National Park has 96 vintage hotels that exude the look and feel of another era. Some of these famous hotels are where distinguished writers may have stayed. You are certain to reserve a room with all the in-room amenities and the traits you want. Take advantage of the great Mesa Verde National Park deals with Expedia, and make your visit unforgettable with a stay in one of these unique accommodations.

Frequently asked questions

What should a history buff expect from a stay in Mesa Verde National Park?
Those visiting Mesa Verde National Park may want to seek out a tour to learn more about the local history. While you’re here, why not check out the parks and restaurants?
What's the best place to stay in Mesa Verde National Park to be near historical sites?
Based on our travel expertise, Far View Lodge is a top resort on Expedia for those interested in history, and it features a restaurant and free WiFi. Spruce Tree House is a short 13-minute drive away.
How many historical hotels are located in Mesa Verde National Park?
Mesa Verde National Park is home to 4 hotels and other accommodations bookable on Expedia though not many historic hotels to choose from.
What are the must-see historical sites and other places in Mesa Verde National Park?
Mesa Verde National Park is notable for landmarks like Spruce Tree House, Cliff Palace, and Step House Trail. The hiking trails and parks highlight the natural beauty with places to discover including Mesa Verde National Park Entrance, Far View Sites, and Farming Terrace Trail. A couple of additional sights to add to your agenda are Chapin Mesa Archeological Museum and Long House.
What is a historic hotel like in Mesa Verde National Park?
Guests who choose historic hotels have a chance to stay in a building that has been recognized with an official historic designation. Historic hotels throughout the world have had many former lives and uses, such as palaces, castles, stately homes or even lodges, pubs, or skyscrapers — as long as it’s of special interest. These types of hotels in Mesa Verde National Park typically retain original elements such as period features or traditional architecture in their communal spaces or guestrooms.
What is the difference between a historic hotel and a heritage hotel?
“Heritage hotel” is more common in Asia and Europe, wheareas the term “historic hotel” is more commonly used in the U.S. but overall the terms are quite similar. The physical building and architecture of a historic hotel tends to be the most significant aspect. For a heritage hotel, it’s often the cultural value and how it shaped the community.
Do historic hotels in Mesa Verde National Park have modern facilities?
Hotel interiors feature the modern conveniences and safety features you might expect, while every effort is made to preserve historic facades and treasured traditions. Smart TVs, WiFi, updated bathroom facilities, and the normal amenities found at a contemporary hotel should be available at a historic hotel. Rest assured that when you select a historic hotel in Mesa Verde National Park, you won’t be staying at a place that is rundown or uncomfortable.

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