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Hotel Colorado

Glenwood Springs, CO, US (GWS)

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Room & Rates
Victorian King

Victorian King

Entertainment - Free WiFi, flat-screen TV with premium channels
Food & Drink - Room service
Bathroom - Private bathroom, free toiletries, and a bathtub or shower
Practical - Safe, iron/ironing board, and desk; rollaway/extra beds available on request
Comfort - Ceiling fan and daily housekeeping
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Victorian Double Queen

Entertainment - Free WiFi, flat-screen TV with premium channels
Food & Drink - Room service
Bathroom - Private bathroom, free toiletries, and a bathtub or shower
Practical - Safe, iron/ironing board, and desk; rollaway/extra beds available on request
Comfort - Ceiling fan and daily housekeeping
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Victorian Queen

Entertainment - Free WiFi, flat-screen TV with premium channels
Food & Drink - Room service
Bathroom - Private bathroom, free toiletries, and a bathtub or shower
Practical - Safe, iron/ironing board, and desk; rollaway/extra beds available on request
Comfort - Ceiling fan and daily housekeeping
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Classic Room, 1 Queen Bed, Mountain View

300-sq-foot (28-sq-meter) room with mountain views

Entertainment - Free WiFi, flat-screen TV with premium channels
Food & Drink - Room service
Bathroom - Private bathroom, free toiletries, and a bathtub or shower
Practical - Safe, iron/ironing board, and desk; rollaway/extra beds available on request
Comfort - Ceiling fan and daily housekeeping
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Classic Room, 1 King Bed, Mountain View

300-sq-foot (28-sq-meter) room with mountain views

Entertainment - Free WiFi, flat-screen TV with premium channels
Food & Drink - Room service
Bathroom - Private bathroom, free toiletries, and a bathtub or shower
Practical - Safe, iron/ironing board, and desk; rollaway/extra beds available on request
Comfort - Ceiling fan and daily housekeeping
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Classic Room, 2 Queen Beds, Mountain View

300-sq-foot (28-sq-meter) room with mountain views

Entertainment - Free WiFi, flat-screen TV with premium channels
Food & Drink - Room service
Bathroom - Private bathroom, free toiletries, and a bathtub or shower
Practical - Safe, iron/ironing board, and desk; rollaway/extra beds available on request
Comfort - Ceiling fan and daily housekeeping
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Suite, 1 King Bed

300 sq feet (28 sq meters)

Entertainment - Free WiFi, flat-screen TV with premium channels
Food & Drink - Room service
Bathroom - Private bathroom, free toiletries, and a bathtub or shower
Practical - Safe, iron/ironing board, and desk; rollaway/extra beds available on request
Comfort - Ceiling fan and daily housekeeping
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Classic Room, 1 Queen Bed

Classic Room, 1 Queen Bed

1 Queen Bed
301-sq-foot (28-sq-meter) room with mountain views

Entertainment - Free WiFi, flat-screen TV with premium channels
Food & Drink - Room service
Bathroom - Private bathroom, free toiletries, and a bathtub or shower
Practical - Safe, iron/ironing board, and desk; rollaway/extra beds available on request
Comfort - Ceiling fan and daily housekeeping
Non-Smoking
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Classic Room, 1 King Bed

Classic Room, 1 King Bed

1 King Bed
301-sq-foot (28-sq-meter) room with mountain views

Entertainment - Free WiFi, flat-screen TV with premium channels
Food & Drink - Room service
Bathroom - Private bathroom, free toiletries, and a bathtub or shower
Practical - Safe, iron/ironing board, and desk; rollaway/extra beds available on request
Comfort - Ceiling fan and daily housekeeping
Non-Smoking
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Classic Room, 2 Queen Beds

Classic Room, 2 Queen Beds

2 Queen Beds
301-sq-foot (28-sq-meter) room with mountain views

Entertainment - Free WiFi, flat-screen TV with premium channels
Food & Drink - Room service
Bathroom - Private bathroom, free toiletries, and a bathtub or shower
Practical - Safe, iron/ironing board, and desk; rollaway/extra beds available on request
Comfort - Ceiling fan and daily housekeeping
Non-Smoking
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Suite, 1 King Bed

Suite, 1 King Bed

1 King Bed
301-sq-foot (28-sq-meter) room with mountain views

Entertainment - Free WiFi, flat-screen TV with premium channels
Food & Drink - Room service
Bathroom - Private bathroom, free toiletries, and a bathtub or shower
Practical - Safe, iron/ironing board, and desk; rollaway/extra beds available on request
Comfort - Ceiling fan and daily housekeeping
Non-Smoking
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Hotel Colorado
526 Pine St, Glenwood Springs, CO US 81601

Rooms
Stay in one of 130 guestrooms featuring flat-screen televisions. Complimentary wireless Internet access keeps you connected, and cable programming is available for your entertainment. Bathrooms have bathtubs or showers and complimentary toiletries. Conveniences include safes and desks, and housekeeping is provided daily.

Amenities
Enjoy recreation amenities such as bicycles to rent or take in the view from a garden. Additional features at this hotel include complimentary wireless Internet access, concierge services, and gift shops/newsstands. Getting to nearby attractions is a breeze with the complimentary area shuttle that operates within 5 mi.

Dining
Enjoy a meal at a restaurant or in a coffee shop/café. Or stay in and take advantage of the hotel's room service (during limited hours). Quench your thirst with your favorite drink at a bar/lounge.

Business, Other Amenities
Featured amenities include a computer station, complimentary newspapers in the lobby, and a 24-hour front desk. Planning an event in Glenwood Springs? This hotel has 10,000 square feet (1 square meters) of space consisting of conference space and meeting rooms. Free self parking is available onsite.

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Fees

The following fees and deposits are charged by the property at time of service, check-in, or check-out.

  • Breakfast fee: between USD $6.00 and USD $20.00 per person (approximately)
  • Pet fee: USD 25.00 per pet, per night
  • Rollaway bed fee: USD $10.00 per night

The above list may not be comprehensive. Fees and deposits may not include tax and are subject to change.

AMENITIES:
  • 24-Hour Front Desk
  • ATM Machine
  • Coffee Shop
  • Concierge Desk
  • Conference Rooms
  • Elevator / Lift
  • Fireplace in Lobby
  • Gift Shop on Property
  • Lounge/Bar
  • Multilingual Staff
  • Porter / Bellhop
  • Room Service
  • Spa Services
  • Wedding Services
(+) = Additional fees may apply for the use of these amenities.
(*) = Free, some restrictions may apply

Based on 887 reviews
from Denver, Colorado
Submitted on 17-05-2016
We stayed at the hotel for 2 nights and whilst the pipes were dripping, car alarms went off and it is not exactly the quietest hotel, we'd go back any time. The antiques, the ambience and the friendly staff as well as the perfect location charmed us. Everything worked out well. The hotel runs a free shuttle service to/from the train station or any of the hot springs. The garden is perfect and at night fire pits add to the inviting atmosphere. In every corner we found antique furniture and als... Read more
from
Submitted on 19-05-2016
I stayed here with my son for 2 nights while visiting Glenwood Springs. This hotel oozes opulence and a sense of royalty from the past. Rooms are large and comfortable. Since it is a historical hotel, there is no AC, but the time of year we went, there was no need, plus the windows open if need be and there is a ceiling fan. The court yard in the front is great for relaxing with a drink, listening to the fountain and watching the stars. Free parking all around the hotel and across th... Read more
from Colorado Springs, Colorado
Submitted on 21-05-2016
We knew this would be an old historical hotel. We had a suite on 3rd floor which was huge-2 rooms together and a very comfortable bed. Noise in halls is easily heard. Our complaint was with food and drinks which should not be old and historical! We are outside and apparently it was theirs the night serving for season out front. The bar drinks were horribly light and our salad was suppose to have avocado which one we mentioned came on a plate after we had finished our meal.
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Submitted on 24-05-2016
I was very disappointed. I love antiques and historical, but not filthy. Our room was very dirty, rough towels, and tissue. Only a few staff members were friendly. I will not stay in this hotel again. In our Colorado adventures, this is one place I wish we had not visited!
from Salt Lake City, Utah
Submitted on 25-05-2016
We loved staying at this hotel! We were on the 5th floor and had the cheapest Queen room. The furniture has seen better days but its all REAL furniture, not the cheap IKEA plywood stuff some hotels stock their rooms with. The hotel doesn't have central air so be aware in the high heat of summer. Our room had an individual air conditioning unit in the window but we were fine with the ceiling fan blowing. The bathroom was small but that was to be expected for a historical hotel. The lobby was beau... Read more
from Federal Heights, United States
Submitted on 03-06-2016
We enjoyed a few Bloody Mary's at this hotel on their outside patio area. It was very relaxing and we were able to do it with our dog at our side. I accidently ordered my husband a long island ice tea (because we were talking about it) when he said he'd like a cranberry vodka - and BTW, he enjoyed the long island.
from Denver, CO
Submitted on 04-06-2016
We were comp'ed a weekend (two nights) at the Hotel Colorado from my workplace, including a "tab" at the hotel's restaurant. I never saw the bill. This is the first time my wife and I have been to this historic old gem since 1982. It's still classy in its Victorian elegance and history, but getting a little rough around the edges (general maintenance and appearance). Our room was a suite on the 3rd floor and the door between the living area and the bedroom was off the hinges. Some of the fu... Read more
from Castle Rock, Colorado
Submitted on 04-06-2016
Great visit again we will be back again. Rented bikes from Canyon bikes and plan on doing rafting as well with them. Stay was relaxing as usual and staff is very friendly. Stayed on 4th floor with view of courtyard. Thanks again
from Denver, Colorado
Submitted on 06-06-2016
Love the history and original features of the hotel and the drinks in the garden area were really enjoyable. The interior of the hotel and the rooms are very tired, there is obviously no money going towards general upkeep of the property. The most frustrating experience by far was the breakfast "service". People were waiting 15-20 minutes to be even acknowledged never mind seated and then if you did get seated your server wouldn't appear for at least another 20 minutes or until you got up to... Read more
from Greendale, Wisconsin
Submitted on 07-06-2016
The Hotel Colorado is grand in its decor and in its history. Be sure to take the time to walk the halls of all the floors and learn a bit about the many famous and infamous people who have stayed at the hotel. The rooms were very comfortable and well appointed. The Coppertop outdoor bar is a wonderful place to relax and watch the world walk by. Be aware that there is no air conditioning in the rooms becasue it is a historic hotel. The windows of the rooms open and there is a ceiling fan. T... Read more
from Canon City, Colorado
Submitted on 17-06-2016
From the moment we entered the lobby, we were sure we had made a good decision. The front desk staff was friendly, efficient and welcoming. Our room was great, the fan sufficient for keeping us cool. We enjoyed Happy Hour on the gracious front patio and dinner surrounded by twirling lights in the outdoor cafe. The food was tasty and served professionally by the friendly staff. I would certainly stay there again!
from
Submitted on 18-06-2016
I love the location and being able to walk to the hot springs, however, I did not realize when I booked the room that there would be no AC...in June...when we opened the door to our room the door hit the bed..it was a tight fit but overall we had fun. The customer service was great, and the bell boy was very helpful.
from Denver, Colorado
Submitted on 19-06-2016
I have stayed at many " historic hotels " over the years, but this quite frankly was dissapointing! The carpet was in awful condition in spots where it was so worn you could see the delaminated backing. The fire protection sprinkler in the bathroom was covered with mold. We pulled the dressers back to access plugs and were greeted with thick dust on the carpet. When checking out , with no one else in line I was told " your all set" without a " how was your stay?" Or " do you need help with l... Read more
from Littleton, Colorado
Submitted on 20-06-2016
The customer service attitude has changed. Rushed, unfriendly or just a lack of caring. Cleaniness in rooms have gone by the wayside. Not a plug works. All loose and unuseable. A deep vacuuming around edges. And behind end tables is needed badly. Why did you remove benches outside? Not enough sitting places so one could enjoy the evenings.
from Westminster, Colorado
Submitted on 21-06-2016
WORST HOTEL EXPERIENCE EVER... NEVER stay at the Hotel Colorado in Glenwood Springs... They lost our confirmed reservations through booking dot com and refused to honor a $150 Gift Certificate from my husband's Aunt... We spent an HOUR on the phone with Booking.com trying to find someplace to stay after the Hotel Colorado incident, and finally drove the 3+ hour drive back home to Denver. They FAILED, LIED and STOLE $150...and they had the gall to say we were making them uncomfortable!!!! Serious... Read more
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Submitted on 24-06-2016
Have stayed here since college in the 70's and here now. Never again. Summer in Colorado and they insanely shut down the entire front outside space and bar for the entire weekend for a private event. Forcing guests inside on a beautiful mountain weekend. The hotel remains run down but always loved it for that historic and beautiful outdoor large gathering space, restaurant, and bar. Like the Broadmoor shutting down the outside spaces. Ridiculous. If you enjoy being stuck inside on a wonderful Co... Read more
from Denver, Colorado
Submitted on 25-06-2016
Nice historic hotel. The lobby is just beautiful. Rooms are well apportioned with nice furniture and linens. Good choice of restaurants and the bar fixed a perfect lemondrop martini. Slightly disappointed outdoor restaurant closed for special event. Missed seeing the gardens. But we had a wonderful stay!
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Submitted on 25-06-2016
Nice old hotel. Good location. BUT--it has no air conditioning. I don't recommend staying there in the summer, as we did. Rooms are quaint but adequate as is the restaurant. Parking is a bit of a problem. Great courtyard with an outside bar. Near to the hot springs pool and restaurants and bars.
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Submitted on 27-06-2016
Right in the heart of historic Glenwood Springs, the Hotel Colorado offers a unique place to stay as a welcome change of pace from the national chains. The staff is exceptionally friendly, the courtyard is a great place to relax in the evening with a cool drink, and this hotel is where the teddy bear was invented (be sure to ask about this in the gift shop - they love telling the story!). A warning though, there is no A/C but each room comes with ceiling and box fans and the temps cool quickly... Read more
from New York City, New York
Submitted on 28-06-2016
The history is fascinating. The have "Teddy" Roosevelt bears for sale since he visited the hotel in the early 20th century. Lobby is beautiful. They used to rent bikes for the bike trail through the canyon. The property butts up to the historic hotspring pool and is walking distance from Amtrack. Of course it doesn't have AC, it is historic. If you want cookie cutter modern hotel decorated basically the same as all other modern hotels, don't stay here. If you want a unique experience seeped in ... Read more
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Submitted on 02-07-2016
Room 202 is where all the cool kids stay. Trust me. Big room with a living room private dining room wet bar with refrigerator and freezer master bedroom and a bathroom you can'rollerskate in. It's also the closest way to the bar. I have never had anything less than a great time at the Hotel Colorado.
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Submitted on 04-07-2016
Last week, my wife and I went to Glenwood Springs for our anniversary. We stayed at the historic Hotel Colorado, which dates to 1893. Presidents and many other celebrities have also stayed there. We had a fantastic stay. The Hotel is old, but has been completely renovated. Although the hotel is not air conditioned, we were very comfortable with a ceiling fan. The staff (most of whom were local residents of the Glenwood area) were extremely efficient, friendly, and accommodating. The bellm... Read more
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Submitted on 05-07-2016
I can't say enough about how friendly and helpful all the staff was. The hotel is historic, and the rooms show it. Rugs and wallpaper were old, as well as bathrooms. Not a luxury stay if that is what you are looking for. The price was good and the location was within walking distance to all we needed.
from Estes Park, United States
Submitted on 06-07-2016
The hotel has great history and is interesting. It definitely needs updating - furnishings are just old - not historic. The bed was too soft for us, but we really like firm mattresses - it did seem to be new. On the other hand, the room was clean and large. All the staff were very pleasant and accommodating and the appetizer we had in the bar was great. It was worth a stay - just need to know it's not the Jerome or the Brown Palace, but neither is the price.
from Colorado Springs, Colorado
Submitted on 06-07-2016
...we don't come to Glenwood often, but when we do, we always stay at tbe Hotel Colorado. We can always count on it being consistsnt, and never disappoints, has been a great trip. There's so much to do in this area..
from Wakefield
Submitted on 08-07-2016
Although it's steeped in history this place is very poor , the rooms are very basic , bathrooms are inadequate at best , hardly any water flow from taps and the main thing NO Air conditioning is hot here in July . No safes in rooms etc . We are from England and love history and stay in many old places but they update to modern standards even The stair carpets are all threaded it's not good at all . Bar shuts at 10 pm with no room service . Give this place a wide berth you will be disappointed.
from
Submitted on 08-07-2016
Fell in love with this hotel the minute we entered the lobby with it's antique reproduction styles-you can't walk the halls of this hotel without enjoying an American History lesson through all the annotated pictures. Staff is unbelievably friendly and professional, we stayed in one of the ambassador suites, restaurant is 5 stars, service wonderful. This was a relaxing fun stay and within steps of the other activities we engaged in. Family and dog friendly for those where this is important. ... Read more
from New York City, New York
Submitted on 09-07-2016
This is an elegant old western-style, Victorian hotel. You can imagine yourself back in the 1890's when this was a most glamorous establishment for the rich and famous, among them Teddy Roosevelt. Elegant Victorian furnishings and taxidermy abound in the common areas. There's a well-appointed dining room and outdoor patio for dining as well as garden area seating for just relaxing. There are interesting photographs and antiques throughout the large lobby seating area and the guest room hall... Read more
from Norman, Oklahoma
Submitted on 10-07-2016
As the T-shirts sold in Legend's state. "Home Sweet Hotel Colorado". Everytime we enter the doors of the Hotel Colorado we feel a peace of coming home. Once again our stay was spectacular. We were in the Bell Tower. What magnificent views from the two balconies. The Hospitality of the Staff was excellent as usual. We recommend this Hotel to everyone. We love it so much that we are patterning our new house after it.
from Elgin, Illinois
Submitted on 12-07-2016
The Hotel Colorado is a definite blast from the past. The lobby and rooms retain the elegance of a wonderful era. The staff was very helpful and assisted us with a late checkout. Our only surprise was the lack of air conditioning but that was not a problem. We enjoyed a lovely evening on the back porch/patio where food and drinks were served. We are definitely planning a return trip!
from Colorado Springs, Colorado
Submitted on 13-07-2016
I took a friend up for her birthday. Check in was awkward. Then one of the room keys didn't work. We went to sit in the garden, where we were told there would be someone coming around for drink orders. Half an hour later, we went and got our own drinks from the bar. Later in the evening, we decided we wanted to order from room service. They never answered their phone, and it rolled over to the front desk, where once we were told someone would call back in 3 minutes, and then again 5 minute... Read more
from Golden, Colorado
Submitted on 13-07-2016
I love this hotel. We have stayed here several times. My "Go To" place when in Glenwood Springs. I love the historic charm. It is worth noting that there is no AC in the rooms, which is usually not an issue given that it gets cool at night. The location is very convienent. I think that it is time for the old girl to have a bit of a make-over. I absolutely don't want to see the old charm go away, but some restoration is definitely due.
from Taupo, New Zealand
Submitted on 13-07-2016
Well preserved slice of Colorado History. We stopped for a look and were amazed that we could afford a night at here, even on our tight budget. We would recommend all travelers passing through experience this historical building with great service.
from Denver, Colorado
Submitted on 14-07-2016
Beautiful grounds and building with lots of history on display. I just love the central garden courtyard and dining on the patio. Room furniture is a bit dated and worn (1960's vintage) , but beds were comfortable. Bathrooms are on the small side, but it's an 1800's building. I've stayed a few different times at different seasons of the year and have been happy each time we went. Easy walk across the street to the hot spring pool!
from Aurora, Colorado
Submitted on 17-07-2016
We just spent a wonderful long weekend at Hotel Colorado in Glenwood Springs, CO. What a great way to connect with global history while conveniently enjoying the sites of Glenwood Springs...the era specific decor was amazing, dated historical information was readily available, and who would have ever knew the origination of Teddy Bears! Great proximity to world's largest natural hot springs, walking distance to local shops and cuisine...and don't forget HANGING LAKE!
from Denver, Colorado
Submitted on 17-07-2016
I would like to give my feedback on the Hotel Colorado. Me and my two boys stayed there last night and I have to say it was my absolute worst hotel experience ever. I have stayed at quite a few hotels in my time and I must say this is right on the same scale as a weekly stay near any grimy truck stop! The bathrooms were dirty, there were bugs in all the light fixtures, the shower bottom was black, the sink was cracked and leaking, the toilet bowl was black. The room was extremely hot and none of... Read more
from Broomfield, Colorado
Submitted on 20-07-2016
For being a historical landmark, Hotel Colorado lived up to its reputation as being elegant at an affordable price. It was a quiet stay and the food was great. We've been coming back to the hotel for the last 40 years. One small problem was that we had to get the key cards renewed each day and we were there for three days and we had three key cards. We'll be back next year.
from Denver, Colorado
Submitted on 20-07-2016
I stayed a night at the hotel colorado. This was an awesome hotel with a lot of character! And since there is no air conditioning, the hotel does a great job of allowing you to open the windows and supplying you a box fan which definitely helps to cool it off at night. I would stay here again every trip that I take to Glenwood Springs
from Pala
Submitted on 21-07-2016
Very neat hotel, and the history is pretty interesting. Nice café on the patio with a pretty view, and well covered with trees, and an outside bar. Bed was super plush and the pillows were nice. Downside, no A/C, and it's hot up on the 4th floor!
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Submitted on 24-07-2016
Booked a suit, they gave us a regular room. No A/C, No pool, No HBO. They had to upgrade us because of the mix-up then charged us for the upgrade. Could not sleep in the rooms unbearably hot. Pillows very hard and uncomfortable. The atmosphere was beautiful, but it was like we were stuck back in the 1800 with all of what they didn't have. Paid over $200 for a luxury and received the economy feel.
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Submitted on 25-07-2016
This Historical Hotel is nestled in between the beautiful mountains of Glenwood Springs. The history behind this hotel is just so amazing. You must take time and look and read all the old pictures up and down the hallways. We stayed in a 4 room suite which was just incredible! The bed was very comfortable, I must say we did get the best nights sleep here during our entire vacation! While you are in town it is a must to walk to the downtown area and enjoy all the stores and great restaurants... Read more
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Submitted on 26-07-2016
Room didn't have ceiling fan only one for window, very uncomfortable. Service was fair nothing exceptionable. Garden area was nice and peaceful. Hotel is historic but swamp coolers would make guests stay much nicer.
from Georgia
Submitted on 26-07-2016
We loved the decor and the fact that Teddy Roosevelt went hunting from this hotel. They say that the hotel is haunted, but we didn't feel or see any ghosts. There's a cute gift shop and it's local to everything and easy to walk to restaurants and the springs pool. No air conditioning but we didn't need any.
from Stockton
Submitted on 27-07-2016
Enjoyed the time staying at such a historical hotel. Loads of pictures and interesting things throughout the hotel. Close to everything and anything you'll need during your stay!! Recommend fully!! Only thing was no air conditioning but it is 147 year old hotel so...
from Brighton, Colorado
Submitted on 27-07-2016
The hotel is over 100 year old and famous people from days gone by have stayed here. The location is excellent, it is right across the street from the Glenwood Springs Hot Springs and pool. Carol at the front desk provided excellent customer service. Carol was very friendly and helpful. Thank You Carol!!!!
from Montrose, Colorado, United States
Submitted on 31-07-2016
My little sister was turning the big 60 so wanted to stay somewhere special. This historic hotel was perfect for its beauty and within walking distance of the hot springs and downtown. The staff was wonderful, our room was lovely over looking the courtyard and fountain. Relaxed in the comfortable chairs outside enjoying champagne, opening presents and visiting with other guests. Free van service took us to the shops on Grand Ave, but it is within walking distance. The only drawback is no air con... Read more
from Las Vegas, Nevada
Submitted on 31-07-2016
This hotel is a historic building, so be sure if you book a room, to get the rooms in upper levels if you want a/c. It's was very hot during our stay and to not have an a/c would have been very uncomfortable. The building is stunning and I loved all memorandum throughout making my stay a memorable one! We will be back!
from Boulder
Submitted on 31-07-2016
We love historic hotels and are Colorado residents who are proud of our heritage. This lovely old hotel is long over due for renovations. We did not know it was NOT AIRCONDITIONED and it was 97 degrees outside when we arrived. Our room was an oven. We slept with the windows open and suffered through the noise and lack of cross ventilation. We also discovered that the bedside lamp was not plugged in (a challenge to find an outlet), the bathroom faucet sprayed everywhere, and the TV did not w... Read more
from Colorado
Submitted on 31-07-2016
Hotel colorado is a great choice for its convenient location. It's closest to the pool and downtown. Also close to the beer garden if you're looking for a drink. The gardens and front common area are lovely and the reception area is just as nice. The hotel has a lot of unique history too. The hotel is old and does need some tlc. Repairs have been done but it's not the Grand beauty that it should be. This is a beautiful hotel and I hope that some day it's gets the makeover that it deserves... Read more
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Submitted on 31-07-2016
This hotel in its current state, is nowhere near the level of other old classic renovated hotels.. It is run down and needs some serious serious help. If I had known this place didn't have air conditioning (which seems to be on purpose), I would have stayed elsewhere. Even with the window open and a fan blowing, it still wasn't enough. Didn't sleep very well. They seem proud they don't have modern air conditioning. Unfortunately their rates would indicate they have air conditioning and a... Read more
from Louisville, Colorado
Submitted on 01-08-2016
If you want air conditioning and a bland, modern experience, book a night at a chain hotel. If you want to enjoy a historic grand hotel, than the Hotel Colorado is the right place for you! There are transoms over the doors, one old elevator, antiques in the hallways and lovely sitting areas on the lobby with old time elegance. I stayed here again on my way home after camping in Utah for 3 days, and really appreciated being able to park the car and walk to the hot springs. The check-in clerk th... Read more
from Kailua, Hawaii
Submitted on 02-08-2016
Loved the outdoor common areas in the Summer. Fire-pits and oversized chairs to sit outside during the evening made for great stay. The hallways are like walking through a museum; great historic photos of past guests, presidents, etc. Great experience. Will be back.
from Fort Collins, Colorado
Submitted on 05-08-2016
We LOVE this hotel. Unbeatable location, gorgeous architectiure, it's of great history, and the restaurant is very good with decent prices. This was our third time staying there and it definitely won't be the last.
from Boulder City
Submitted on 06-08-2016
What can you say about this hotel? Gorgeous, stunning, and a fabulous place to stay and eat. There is so much history in this hotel. It has that grand beauty of a historic hotel.President Theodore Roosevelt and Molly Brown both made this hotel their temporary homes when away from home. Check out all the historical photos throughout the hallways. The staff is excellent. They are always at their best. They make sure your stay is perfect. The food is excellent. They have both indoor and outdoor ... Read more
from Denver, Colorado
Submitted on 06-08-2016
I'm not much for liking creepy things and places but we decided to give this place a try because of the history. We definitely got a strange vibe at this hotel. The ambiance was interesting with historical pictures and furnishings The staff for the most part were nice and accommodating. You can have a tour of the pent house and tower if you ask. The young gentleman who took us around was very nice and gave us a little background information as well. It was really interesting to see things from M... Read more
from Thornton, Colorado
Submitted on 10-08-2016
Love this hotel. Best part is how they try to keep it as original as possible from 1893. Lots of fun walking the floors at night looking at all the history. Very close to gleenwood hot springs pool and downtown gleenwood.
from Bedford, Texas
Submitted on 10-08-2016
This really is a great piece of history. There is so much to learn about this magnificent building. I wish I had learned and known more while I was there. This is not the first historical hotel I have stayed in but it was the first time I have stayed in one that did not have air conditioning. This certainly would not be a problem during most of the year but we were there in July and it just happened to be 96 degrees outside. There is a ceiling fan and the window opens at both the top and bottom ... Read more
from Greensboro, North Carolina
Submitted on 11-08-2016
This was my first visit. One of our rooms was not ready. We had asked that the second room be close by. No problem. When we finally got the room it was on the other side of the hotel. We were traveling with our teenage grandson. Then there was a wedding party that kept us up until late in the night. The night before we were leaving we asked for early check out, but no one knew how to do it..
from Olalla, Washington
Submitted on 11-08-2016
Okay, the bad first: there is no air conditioning, and road construction was going on outside our room all night long - until 6 am. Tough to sleep the two nights we were there. Because it is so old, I would imagine it's difficult to clean; there was dust build-up behind furniture and cob webs on ceiling. However, we really appreciated the history of the building itself. It's gorgeous, and the outdoor patio is lovely. The breakfast, not included in your stay, is delicious. There is a piano and a... Read more
from Syracuse, New York
Submitted on 15-08-2016
Spent three nights at the hotel. If is a grand old hotel with alot of character. Ir could use some upgrades but then again it might distract from its charm. The staff was accommodating. There's lots to do including hot springs, biking, hiking, rafting and several eateries just across the river. There is some great history about hotel and pictures adorn the hallways of famous guests. The rooms are decorated in an old style. If you want charm, history, and comfortable place, this is it. The restau... Read more
from ontwor
Submitted on 16-08-2016
I've been coming here for more than 30 years. It's best in the fall arriving by train, but this visit was smack dab high summer season. My review isn't about the crowds, but the sense of lazy maintenance I noticed. A bed sheet had visible wear and tear and some of the furnishings just looked overused. I love this place, but a little spit shining is in order.
from Montrose, Colorado
Submitted on 16-08-2016
Hotel Colorado was everything we had heard about and hoped for. History everywhere !!! Quaint rooms with beautiful antiques, pictures and artifacts of years gone by, amazing decor in main lobby, great restaurant, friendly staff. Also,close to main stream shops, dining, and hot springs. Thumbs up !!!!
from Colorado Springs, Colorado
Submitted on 07-09-2016
This iconic hotel was always a favorite of ours. Not anymore. First of all I had trouble making a reservation. They kept telling me their computer system was down and they would call me back, but never did. I persisted and got a reservation. When we arrived, we were told to park where we could. For an hour we drove around to find, literally, no parking. They only have one teeny parking lot which appeared to be full with the cars of folks just swimming for the day. They told us to park on the str... Read more
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Submitted on 07-09-2016
I am staying at the Hotel with my husband to relax after seven months of chemotherapy. The hotel is beautiful and historic but what we have been most blessed by is the amazing and caring staff. Everyone here is helpful and kind. The bellman named Jon Pederson is amazing! He has helped us in so many ways to get places or he finds out information to help us enjoy our stay. He smiles and is helpful to everyone at the hotel. The restaurant wait staff are the best team I have ever seen. T... Read more
from Coalville, Utah
Submitted on 07-09-2016
My friend and I stayed there for two nights and enjoyed every minute of it. Every one of the staff was friendly and helpful. Even though the hotel is old, it is well kept and full of historic charm. Even without air conditioning we were able to keep comfortable with our two fans.
from DeLand, Florida
Submitted on 08-09-2016
I absolutely love this place! The charming big lobby with grand piano that the guests are actually allowed to play, the big spacious rooms, the lovely courtyard restaurant and bar, and location in the middle of Glenwood Springs. We were there in late July and there was no ac but that didn't really bother us - with the windows open & fans on we were fine. Also,, breakfast in the indoor dining room was fantastic - no matter what you order.
from Grand Junction, Colorado
Submitted on 09-09-2016
Bell hops were the best service - very courteous, helpful, history of hotel and smiling all the while. Evening dinner outside and breakfast inside was very good. Too bad the wait staff (excluding the bar tender) were not attentive to patrons. Once we ordered it was as if we weren't there. Wait staff were visible but could barely be 'waved down" for even a glass of water. This issue was a topic of discussion with other patrons on the elevator. They too were very disappointed and said they would n... Read more
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Submitted on 10-09-2016
My family and I stayed here in August of this year. The service and staff were nice and we even had an elevator ride with a bell hop facing us Instead of the elevator door, awkward...Ha. Room was nice but no A/C which we dealt with. Near the pool and lots of restaurants and shops around. The outdoor area is wonderful to sit and relax and there are a lot of historic things to look at. The pastry shop was a bit pricey but hey your on vacation. We stayed on the 4th floor and I did feel something gr... Read more
from Colorado
Submitted on 10-09-2016
This hotel is the best, the all fashion style made me feel so comfortable and relaxed, the customer service was out of this word delicious breakfast, big and comfortable rooms. it is the perfect place to stay in Glenwood Springs CO
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Submitted on 13-09-2016
Stayed there 2 years ago and went back for Labor Day in 2016. Have read reviews that the hotel is dirty, did not see that. Yes some of the carpets are worn--they are old. Facilities are dated, but it is an old hotel. If you go there, it is for the history,the location and the service. The restaurant is very good but the breakfasts are exceptional and the coffee is the best in the city---including Starbuck's. The outside bar is wonderful and Ashley makes wonderful Manhattans--an old drink that... Read more
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Submitted on 14-09-2016
Although there is no doubt that this is a beautiful, majestic hotel filled with history, do not go when it is hot outside. No air conditioning and was pretty miserable trying to get comfortable. I will say that the staff was amazing!! They went out of their way to make you feel special. The courtyard was breath taking. Go in the fall / winter or Spring.
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Submitted on 14-09-2016
was spiders in the bed ,the room was hot and the bathroom was very small booked two nights but could not stay the second and was still charged for the second night will never recommend this hotel to anyone
from Palisade, Colorado
Submitted on 16-09-2016
The rooms are great and food and bar service was also. We were an in between size group and they were most accommodating in meeting our needs. I would recommend the Hotel Colorado to other reunion groups.
from Arlington, Texas
Submitted on 17-09-2016
The only thing cool about this place is that its old and historical, otherwise I would say it needs a little updating and cleaning - also the landscaping was pathetic and they turned the firepits off at 10pm which was disappointing when wanting to sit out and enjoy the nice evening weather. In general it just felt old and dirty.
from Vancouver, Canada
Submitted on 19-09-2016
This hotel has a lot of historic charm; it's from the era of grand lobbys and sprawling lawns with tables and chairs. The drawbacks are that everything is well-worn and dated and it is badly in need need of a refurbishment. The beds are old, the bathrooms are cramped, and everything feels a tiny bit musty. Also, if you go in the height of summer be aware that there is no air conditioning and the upstairs floors can get uncomfortably hot. It is in the perfect location if you are going to the ho... Read more
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Submitted on 20-09-2016
Great place. Especially Jon and Lynne. Wonderful customer service that was very warm and friendly and quick to respond. Nice restaurant and fire pit. Located close to Glenwood Hot Springs. Will stay again.
from Raleigh, North Carolina
Submitted on 21-09-2016
The Hotel Colorado is beautiful and historic. Teddy Roosevelt and the Unsinkable Molly Brown are just two of many famous guests over the years. It's central location to attractions and to downtown were ideal. Parking is a little challenging, especially with the bridge construction going on through Dec. 2017. Our room was a little stuffy but I would try this hotel again in a different room to compare. All-in-all we had a nice stay in the short time we were there.
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Submitted on 21-09-2016
Checked in at 4.45pm to be told our room had not been cleaned yet, come back in half an hour. To be fair after showing our disappointment as we had been traveling all day we were offered complimentary drinks. We returned at 5.30pm to be told the computer says the room is clean. On entering the room we were greeted by a tired, old and filthy room. Carpet edges and around radiator pipes had not been vacuumed in a long this also applied close to cupboards and bed, thick dust on surfaces including ... Read more
from Ridgway, Colorado
Submitted on 21-09-2016
Don't come here to expect modern accessories. You have to fully play the role of Theodore Roosevelt (with a few extras). It's a beautiful establishment with a lot of challenges. I love the place and it deserves your visit but I fully acknowledge that it's not the most modern or best staffed facilty.
from Hendersonville, Tennessee
Submitted on 23-09-2016
I understand the history of keeping with the time, but NOTE TO SELF... Always verify your hotel has AC. It had an elevator, but had very warm rooms. It does cool down during the day. I could not imagine what a HOT day during the summer would feel like...â??ď¸?đ??ˇ The staff was great! That was the best part unfortunately... Dirty sheets, broken door knob to bathroom and as I shut the door and the transit wood above door fell open... Very small TV...
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Submitted on 24-09-2016
Tried to order something from room service for my son's who is celebrating there 1st anniversary and was denied because I did not know were they were 24 hours in advance. It is disappointing that a hotel of such stature does not think more about there customers and the events that they have chosen to celebrate there.
from Dallas, Texas
Submitted on 25-09-2016
2nd time to stay, first time traveling for a family funeral. Next I brought my wife. Truly original and historical place. It's not the JW Marriott, but truly a great place and no comparison to the deep histrionic value of this place
from Denver, Colorado
Submitted on 26-09-2016
The Hotel Colorado is a fantastic historic hotel in the heart of Glenwood Springs. Sure, it can be a little dated in some places, but that's what happens when you have a 130 year old hotel. The rooms are nice and I loved the Bath & Body Works bathroom amenities! The lobby/common room is wonderfully large with plenty of couches, chairs, and two charming fireplaces. During all times of the day, you could see people hanging out in the lobby, reading by the fire, or playing cards, or just sipping... Read more
from Denver, Colorado
Submitted on 27-09-2016
Beautiful old historic hotel. Classic Italian in a mountain setting. Balcony suite is large and elegant. Cool place to check out.. Totally differ experience than the other hotels on our trip. I reserved the Rosevelt suite for my parents and they loved it. Bar and restaurant need to dim the lights a bit for a better ambiance.
from Indianapolis, Indiana
Submitted on 28-09-2016
We loved the ambiance of this grand historic hotel. Loved looking at all the old pictures of the famous people who have passed through there. Our room was lovely as well with antique furnishings. The lobby was grand also. The courtyard was great to sit by the fire pit with your favorite drink. Very convenient to town and hot springs. We would come back anytime.
from Karlsruhe, Germany
Submitted on 29-09-2016
Positive things first: Breakfast wasn't included, but was really great. They even had fresh smoothies! It wasn't more expensive than in a cafe and the staff was friendly and helpful. Also friendly was the woman at the check-out. And you can't beat the location, right across Hot Springs Pool and just a few minutes over the bridge to Downtown. Now the negatives: All other things! Especially, they have too little staff there and the few remaining are very stressed, unfriendly and rude. We didn't f... Read more
from St. George, Utah
Submitted on 01-10-2016
The pictures we saw on line was not exactly what we experienced. We had a suite and when we arrived, the door would not open so after calling the desk they told us to pull the door forward, turn the knob at kick the push on the door..The room smelled very stuffy and with no AC, you had to open the windows and they had small portable fans in the closet. I expected everything to be old, just not in really bad shape..torn furniture and spots in the carpet. I will not be returning to this place...... Read more
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Submitted on 02-10-2016
Hotel is a historic property with need for serious upgrades to make it back to the statuesque building it once was. The rooms are large no frills, comfortable beds and clean but outdated bath. Excellent Wifi. Resturant was very good. Service was fair. All in all a Best Western beautiful wrapper. No A/C.
from Gainesville, Florida
Submitted on 04-10-2016
Regrettably, the Hotel Colorado in Glenwood Springs should be avoided. The hotel is steeped in history and has the unfulfilled potential for being an exceptional establishment. Unfortunately, it is currently poorly maintained and managed despite the lovely photographs on the hotel website. The hotel has exceptional potential and should be visited while in Glenwood Springs, but travelers should avoid actually staying at this establishment. After checking-in I did not patronize the bar, restaura... Read more
from Nashville, Tennessee
Submitted on 06-10-2016
The whole hotel is shabby! Worn carpets with holes, broken tiles in the bathrooms... I was so disappointed that a Hotel of this caliper had rude people at the front desk who acted like we should be happy to be allowed to pay for such dirty crappy rooms. And the parking is rediculous!! We drove around for 20 minutes and then had to park on the street 5 blocks away. I will never go back...
from Boulder, Colorado
Submitted on 06-10-2016
Great location if you're coming to Glenwood for the hot springs (it's within walking distance which is good if parking is an issue). Front desk staff is ALWAYS friendly (we've stayed here 4 times). The furniture in the room is meant to look like the period of the original hotel, which I like, but it could be kept cleaner (the creases in the chairs were full of dust). The furniture surfaces were dusty, but the places that get used were clean (like the table tops). Bathroom was clean, but the show... Read more
from chicago
Submitted on 07-10-2016
This was the hotel I was most looking forward to on our tour to Colorado and New Mexico. I love the historical aspect and am willing to overlook some of the nicer amenities. HOWEVER this hotel could really invest in upgrading the rooms. I knew we might be in trouble when we opened the door, it banged into the bed. Carpeting appeared to be pieced together ( hey, just pull it up and tile it!) and getting the shower to work at a reasonable temperature proved daunting. We liked the lobby and stairca... Read more
from Denver, Colorado
Submitted on 12-10-2016
It was our anniversary and we were wanting to stay at another turn of the century property. Now we have stayed at quite a few in the US and Italy. The property was nice and the hotel was rustic BUT the first thing that hits you as you walk in is the smell. We were to stay three nights but checked out the next morning. The room we had was dirty, the bath was scary. I have bad legs and the lack of hand bars in the bath was unnerving. High tub and not handicap bars is not good. We asked for ... Read more
from Lakewood, Colorado
Submitted on 18-10-2016
The Hotel should inform guest of the bridge construction going on just outside making for a very unpleasant stay. The room was not really clean, the bathroom had no area other than a shelf to hold items needed. There was a table with old Victorian chairs along side that were to heavy to move if you needed to access the internet. Everything was Ala-cart so if you wanted coffee in the morning extra, etc., etc.,. Overall pricey for not that great of an experience.
from Denver, Colorado
Submitted on 19-10-2016
Its refreshing to find an American historical building that has kept its integrity! Its a beautiful old building with great antiques and authentic atmosphere. Of course, some of the rooms' items (i.e. curtains) are a bit worn as a result. The parlor suites are all individually unique and are worth the extra cost for their size, views, ceiling fans & overall comforts. The location is ideal for a quick stroll to the pool or Yampah caves & spa. The staff are wonderful---especially the long-time st... Read more
from Denver, Colorado
Submitted on 19-10-2016
Amtrak train from Denver was absolutely spectacular ... fall colors along the way along with a dusty of snow ... then relaxing stay at Hotel Colorado, spa treatment and relaxing time in the mineral pools. Perfect short vacation!
from Peyton, Colorado
Submitted on 23-10-2016
I thought Hotel Colorado was a great experience. The history makes it fascinating. The hotel stops short of being as great as it could be, based on adds and such we expected a very high end stay. That is not what it was, but it is clean, live music every night, fantastic location, and the courtyard is wonderful. Go here with an open mind to enjoy a 125 year old Historic Hotel and you will enjoy it.
from Castle Rock, Colorado
Submitted on 28-10-2016
We have been going for years. As I read some of the other reviews I can't help thinking that unless you can walk through those old large halls and appreciate and enjoy the old photos and feel the presence of Teddy Roosevelt and William Taft and Molly Brown, etc. and enjoy the wonderful and friendly staff and servers then maybe you are in the wrong hotel. Maybe some chain motel would be more to your liking. Yes some of the rooms are old but like I said maybe a chain would be more to your liking.... Read more
from Glenwood Springs, Colorado
Submitted on 06-11-2016
The staff decided to take a loud tour group right outside of our door around 10 pm. Many people yelling and talking loudly with no sense of others. The hotel staff was guiding and allowed it. Unbelievable that people don't realize there are families here trying to sleep. Won't be returning. At least the Stanley does their tours during the day and is respectful of their guests
from Rehoboth Beach, Delaware
Submitted on 06-11-2016
Great room and views. Wonderful historic hotel with shades of the past on every wall and around every corner. I ended up with an upper outside corner with plenty of Windows and cross ventilation but more importantly great views of the river and downtown. Would definitely stay here again!
from Campton, New Hampshire
Submitted on 08-11-2016
My mother and I were touring Colorado on vacation and I chose to stay at historical hotels across the state. The Hotel Colorado is beautiful and historic, no question. However, my first night at the hotel, there was a drunkin' party in the room next to me with people in and out of the room all night and yelling/screaming. I realize this is not the hotels fault but I believe they should be obligated to enforce quiet hours. The second night I stayed, there was a band, and I use that term loosely,... Read more
from Denver, Colorado
Submitted on 09-11-2016
We had a wonderful time in Glenwood Springs. We were a bit taken aback by how old/not updated this hotel seems but it was cool because it's unlike anywhere else we've stayed. The bar/restaurant was hopping when we arrived so we had a few drinks and good, inexpensive dinner. Bartender Ashley was great! The hallways and rooms in this place are interesting, it made me feel like I was at someone's grandma's house. It was a neat experience but lacking some updates and amenities, I would have like to ... Read more
from Englewood
Submitted on 11-11-2016
4.... first room was dirty and had cosmetic issues but the front desk clerk was amazing , and we were moved to a better room that fit the price with out hassle. All and all a good experience. The attitude of the staff even with a little mess up in room condition was very pleasant and cheerful.
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Submitted on 12-11-2016
Terrible from the start! The staff has no clue what is going on or how to find the answers to any questions you have. I asked about wifi upon checking in and got no response at all. Come to find out they do have it but we never got the password. The rooms are small, dirty and there is zero storage in the bathrooms. There is no coffee makers in the room and it cost 3.00 a cup plus delivery and tip to have it brought to you. I would not bother though it was terrible and luke warm. The hot water t... Read more
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Submitted on 14-11-2016
It was a nice place to go. The rooms were clean and staff was friendly. A great historic place to visit our stay in. The hotel has a great front sitting area and is just a stone throw away from the world famous hot spring.
from Denver, Colorado
Submitted on 14-11-2016
The Hotel Colorado is worth staying at just because of its history of hosting Teddy Roosevelt and the story of the "Teddy Bear". Given the age of the hotel there are no modern amenities as other reviewers have noted. I found 2 electrical outlets in our room used for the lamp and TV....thus no coffee maker or fridge. The proximity to the hot springs and vapor caves is a plus but there is not enough parking. The staff was helpful and friendly. This is not a five star property but Glenwood Springs... Read more
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Submitted on 14-11-2016
I'm not sure where to start with my experience. Before I begin, I need to say the staff did the best they could under the conditions they work in. I arrived at the hotel at 3:00 PM and was told the room was not ready and to come back in an hour. I arrived back at 4:30 PM and was told the room was again was not ready. It took another 20 minutes to clean my room. They do have guess parking with a permit, but it is not controlled. We had to park two blocks away with other guess vehicles whi... Read more
from Jackson, WY
Submitted on 16-11-2016
OK, I was under impression that I was booking a luxurious historical hotel. To my surprise, it looked like an old haunted lodge with rooms looking so awful, I almost went to another hotel without refund, but was too tired. I get the fact that it is a historical hotel with old furniture and overall feel, but it is so ran down, filthy carpet in the room, smelly old closets, creepy looking furniture and curtains, popcorn ceilings, wiring outside of walls (the old factor). No coffee maker or fridge ... Read more
from Frederick, Colorado
Submitted on 20-11-2016
The most wonderfully relaxing stay and fantastic staff!!! We have no complaints about the food as others have. But keep in mind this is a historic hotel with all the antique charm. The heating is radiator, so yes it gets hot and cool. It is very obvious that this beautiful hotel needs some love and updating. The rooms could be cleaner, but I am unsure if that is just need for renovation. We will return before the renovation. I pray the new owners respect this institution and pro... Read more
from Golden, Colorado
Submitted on 21-11-2016
We were excited to stay at the Hotel Colorado due to the wonderful history it boasts, the proximity to the hot springs, and the 'haunted' stories. Unfortunately, it seems that this hotel is still running on past stories of grandeur, because that is not a word I would use to describe it's current state. Although most of the staff are quite friendly, they are not overly professional or knowledgeable. The front desk staff offered information on local adventures, but when they learned we had chi... Read more
from McLean, VA
Submitted on 22-11-2016
We came just before Thanksgiving and the staff was busy decorating the grand lobby with its two fireplaces and every other section of this historic (and nicely haunted) gem built in 1889. The staff was fabulous. Some of the food was excellent. Our room was comfortable though not modern. We soaked in atmosphere, walked down to the famous Glenwood Springs pool to swim, and enjoyed every poignant moment. The hotel will be closed for a year, starting in January, while new owners renovate. Yes,... Read more
from Glenwood Springs, Colorado
Submitted on 24-11-2016
Great staff, from maintenance to the bartenders and supervisors!!! The atmosphere is incredible as the ambiance of the season fills the rooms, lobbies and hallway! We are here for business and never expected such an amazing place! Thank you!
from Salt Lake City, Utah
Submitted on 26-11-2016
We were looking for pie on Thanksgiving night. We'd dined earlier in the day. The big buffet was still underway in the hotel and the bar was full. Paul, Director of Food and Beverage, seated us at a table and soon returned with a platter of a variety of slices of pie. Better than being at home. There is something special about the staff when they find ways to take care of guests beyond the normal. Dorothy
from Fort Collins
Submitted on 27-11-2016
We had the best vacation in a long time at the Hotel Colorado over Thanksgiving. So many wonderful staff! Jon picked us up at train station and provided a long list of ideas for our stay. Lynne was really wonderful gracefully and quickly fixed our reservation mix up and helped us get to our beautiful rooms quickly. Nick drove us back to the airport quickly and expertly door to door to activities the previous day. The room service breakfast was hot and delicious. We were amazed by the wonderful... Read more
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