7 Most Unique Hotels in Colorado

Broadmoor Golf Club. Colorado Springs, Colorado. Photo Credit: Broadmoor Golf Club.

Colorado is home to some of the most unique hotels in the country. Whether you’re a visitor looking to explore or a local looking for a weekend getaway, Colorado has plenty of eye-catching hotel options to add a one-of-a-kind experience to your trip.

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  • 1. The Broadmoor in Colorado Springs

    7 Most Unique Hotels in Colorado

    Broadmoor East Golf Course. Photo courtesy of The Broadmoor.

    A member of the Historic Hotels in America, The Broadmoor in Colorado Springs is a luxury resort fit for royalty. If the extravagant spa treatments, golf course, hiking trails, and outdoor infinity pool isn’t your thing, you can relax in your room – many come furnished with a balcony and fireplace. More Info

     

    2. New Sheridan Hotel in Telluride

    Travel back in time to the era of low-lit speakeasies and extravagant décor at this historic 1895 hotel in Telluride. Chandeliers, detailed wallpaper, and the classic red brick exterior make this Main Street attraction one you don’t want to miss. More Info

     

    3. Strater Hotel in Durango

    You can’t miss this Victorian-era hotel on the corner of West 7th and Main Ave in Durango, Colorado. This historic hotel has something for everyone; from the Diamond Belle Saloon, a swanky ragtime piano bar, to the Henry Strater Theatre or Mahogany Grille, the family will never want to leave this 5-star attraction. More Info

     

    4. Castle Marne in Denver

    If you’re looking for a true castle experience and one of the most unique hotels in Colorado, Castle Marne will not disappoint. Plan a romantic getaway at this royal destination. Between the candlelight dinners and Queen’s Tea event, your special someone is sure to be papered like royalty. More Info

     

    5. Stanley Hotel in Estes Park

    This infamous Estes Park hotel inspired Stephen King’s classic, “The Shining”. While you’re up there, spend a day or two exploring Rocky Mountain National Park and the quaint town. More Info

     

    6. Basecamp in Boulder

    Take everything you love about the great outdoors and add the comfort and eclectic style of Boulder, and you’ve got Basecamp. Each room has climbing-themed décor, and if you really want the “outdoor experience,” book a night at “The Great Indoors Room,” faux grass and campfire necessities included. More Info

     

    7. Kimpton Hotel Monaco in Denver

    Each room has a unique, curated style at the Kimpton Hotel Monaco in downtown Denver. This modern yet sophisticated hotel features peculiar lamps, oversized headboards and custom cocktails for your enjoyment. More Info

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