Boulder is known for many things. It is known for being the home of the main campus of the University of Colorado, its eccentric populous, and its unique Western history. Whether you find yourself in Boulder for business, pleasure, or sending your child off to college for the first time, it is important that you find someplace to stay that meets your expectations. With a number of bed and breakfasts to choose from on your vacation to Boulder, there is sure to be one that fits your needs.
The Alps Boulder Canyon Inn
The Alps Boulder Canyon Inn can be the perfect lodging choice whether you are looking to bed down in between business meetings, get away with your significant other, or are just looking for a place to make your base of operations for a Colorado ski trip. The Inn holds twelve different rooms to choose from, each complete with Missions furnishings, king or queen size beds, Egyptian cotton linens, and hypoallergenic down comforters.
With luxurious rooms, the Alps present its guests with lavish rooms complete with marble lined bathrooms, extraordinary ornate working fireplaces and mantels, stain glass windows, and private balcony sitting areas. The Inn also provides its guests with modern amenities such as high-speed wireless internet, TVs with DirecTV and DVRs, and a number of business services such as free faxing and meeting and retreat services.
In addition to these amenities, the Inn extends packages that include, but are not limited to, the Ski Escape, Honeymoon, Golf, Fly Fishing, Outdoor Adventure, and Spring Break packages. With these packages, the Alps Boulder Canyon Inn proves that it can accommodate whatever your Colorado vacation may have in store.
The Bradley Boulder Inn
Incorporating elegance with a contemporary atmosphere, the Bradley Boulder Inn welcomes its guest with open arms. Boulder vacationers can relax in one of the Inn’s three guest rooms or mix and mingle in the houses Great Room, where art by local Boulder artists has been provided by galleries like Mary Williams Fine Art and Heartstrings.
Also on the main floor is the dining area. Here, guests can share an intimate breakfast of organic gourmet coffee, Celestial Seasonings teas, fresh juice selections, fresh baked goods, quiches, casseroles, and more.
In Room One, guests will be treated to a king size bed, complete with luxury linens and a hypoallergenic pillow top and comforter, a flat screen TV, and DVD player with complimentary movie selection.
In Room Two, Boulder overnighters will have access to many of the same amenities as Room One with the exception of the king size bed. Despite lacking a larger bed, those staying in Room Two will have access to a private fireplace as well as a Jacuzzi tub.
Room Three offers many of the same furnishing as Rooms One and Two with the exception of the king size bed and Jacuzzi tub.
Lookout Inn Guesthouse & Suites
Serving as one of the premier lodges in Boulder, the Lookout Inn provides Colorado vacationers and business people with a scenic and serene place to stay. With beautifully manicured grounds and gardens, the Inn presents its guests with an exquisite lodging experience. Inside, overnighters will be treated to spacious rooms with the option of a mini suite, which comes with either a king or queen size bed, or a two room suite, which comes with either a queen size sleeper sofa or a Jacuzzi tub.
In these spacious rooms, guests will be treated to such perks as a private balcony. Each morning, guests will be treated to a complimentary breakfast which can be enjoyed inside in the dining area or outside on the patio in one of the grounds’ many gardens.
If You Go
For more information on the Alps Boulder Canyon Inn or to make reservations visit: http://www.alpsinn.com/index.htm or call (303) 444-5445 or (800) 414-2577 (outside Colorado) or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
For more information on the Bradley Boulder Inn or to make reservations visit: http://www.thebradleyboulder.com/default.asp or call (303) 545-5200 or (800) 858-5811 (outside Colorado) or email email@example.com.
For more information on the Lookout Inn Guesthouse & Suites visit: http://www.lookoutinnguesthouse.com/index.html or call (303) 530-1513 or (800) 530-1513 (outside Colorado) or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Evan Witt is an Illinois native with a degree in English Literature from Lake Forest College, and as a frequent visitor to Colorado, he enjoys fishing, camping, hiking, and photography.