The Hotel Colorado is the premier Glenwood Springs Hotel, located in the heart of Glenwood Springs. Historic Hotel Colorado is Glenwood Springs’ only full service meetings hotel, and is recognized as Glenwood’s cultural icon for more than 120 years.
During the winter, the mountains around the Hotel Colorado are softened by a delicate dusting of snow. From the peaceful reflecting pools at the Hanging Lakes to the rush of riding manicured slopes at Aspen-Snowmass and Sunlight Mountain, the destination is exhilarating. And, Christmas is not-to-be-missed at the Hotel Colorado; with 10,000 sparkling lights on our famous outdoor decorations, and enchanting winter scenes inside.
Whether traveling on a family vacation, or a professional conference for your business, Hotel Colorado offers more than 17 unique guest room and suite types that can accommodate up to eight guests. The Hotel Colorado's Themed Signature and Ambassador Suites offer the guest a beautiful glimpse into luxury travel from another era, while still providing today’s amenities. Hotel Colorado has two large ballrooms and five meeting rooms, totaling approximately 10,000 square feet which can be customized for any wedding, banquet or group function.
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The Historic Hotel Colorado offers a selection of distinctive culinary experiences, beginning with Baron’s Restaurant featuring our Award-Winning Chef. Legend’s Espresso Bar offers gourmet coffee, and snacks for a quick bite on your way to the many outdoor recreational activities, located just minutes away. After hours, the Polo Lounge features signature mixology, local craft beers and Tapas menu to enlighten the palate. The Courtyard Café, in the summer, has become a preferred dining experience for guests and Glenwood Springs locals alike. Additional amenities include: spa services, pet friendly rooms, and complimentary parking.
Some say the Historic Hotel Colorado in Glenwood Springs is the Grand Dame of the Rockies. Others say it is like a home away from home, greeting guests with a warm welcome, time and again. Still others say, the 160 mile, beautiful drive from Denver, Colorado, is an easy retreat for a night or a week! Cool mountain breezes encircle this Glenwood Springs Hotel and make the Hotel Colorado’s halls a passageway for hikers easing their spent muscles, bikers back from a scenic mountain ride, or loving couples taking in the history written on the walls. Step through our doors and find out for yourself why this place means so much to so many people.
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