Hotel Boulderado’s red sandstone exterior stands out against the Rocky Mountain foothills, but the real treat is inside: the 1909 mosaic tiled floor and 5-story cantilevered cherrywood staircase, washed in light reflected off a stunning canopy of stained glass. And the location isn’t bad either! Whether you’re a Buff’s fan or you’re looking for a ski vacation this Winter, Boulder is a Colorado gem and worth adding to your travel list.
While there’s a lot to see in town, you might not want to leave your hotel. And with three dining options you might not have to. Spruce Farm & Fish serves local fare from Colorado farmers and ranchers. And the surf side of the menu comes direct from sustainable fisheries and oyster farms. The Corner Bar specializes in local beers on tap, and License #1, named for acquiring the Boulder’s first post-prohibition liquor license, maintains the essence of a 1920s speakeasy.
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