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Hotel Colorado
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Reviewed 21 August 2012

Stayed in one of the bell tower suites and soaked up the grand history of this unique and wonderful place. We definitely plan to return. The staff was friendly and the fare -- we had dinner and two breakfasts -- was quite good. It was like taking a trip back in time and while some modern conveniences (central air) were unavailable, we did not let that deter us from enjoying this special hotel.

  • Stayed: July 2012, travelled as a couple
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Thank alansalazar1995
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Reviewed 21 August 2012

I really like this hotel overall, but what sold me on it was when we stayed there for a couple of nights just before Christmas. They spare no space when it comes to decking those halls - Christmas decor is put up throughout the hotel, and the courtyard is inundated with festive lights on the trees and lawn decorations. If you love that classic mountain Christmas feel, this is where you should stay!

The venue has a decent mix of old fashioned and contemporary amenities - except for air conditioning, though that only impacts a few warmer months of the year. The rooms feel classic but luxurious. The dining is white-linen tablecloth, and room service is tasty.

If you're bringing the kids, they have a family suite option that provides two rooms separated by a bathroom as well as a doorway.

Just up the hill from the Glenwood Hot Springs Pool, and just across the bridge from downtown Glenwood Springs. This place is one of our favorites!

Room Tip: If you don't fancy stairs, opt for a lower level room as one elevator services the entire hotel. Also, this hotel welcomes your canine friends!
  • Stayed: December 2011, travelled as a couple
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Thank RachelMooreRS
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Reviewed 21 August 2012

We had a company event at the hotel in July and were given a heads up on the fact that the hotel didn't have A/C. Given it's location I didn't expect it to be an issue and knew that it was a nice historic place.

The week we stayed was hotter than usual and had to put a fan in the window of the room. That was OK, but I had to go ask the front desk for an extension cord. Given that 50% of the rooms had fans in them, I would have thought the cord would have been in the room.

From the business side, they "claimed" to have had A/C in the meeting rooms but I couldn't feel it. They were warm and stuffy and after 6 hours of death by power point it was hard to stay awake :-)

Overall:

Pro's: Great historic hotel. It's fun to walk the halls and read the history of the place. It's convenient: you can walk to the hot springs and down-town fairly easily.

Con's: I don't think they are used to business functions: they need to try harder. The rooms could use a makeover (my room had plaster falling from the ceiling). The bar is outside in the courtyard making it hard to have fun without annoying the guests whose rooms face the courtyard.

  • Stayed: July 2012, travelled on business
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Reviewed 18 August 2012

Have been traveling around Colorado for a week when we found ourselves in Telluride during the Mushroom & Art Festival. Looking for a hotel, all the local stuff seemed to be sold out so we decided to drive 3.5 hours to Glenwood for the Hot Springs. We began with TA's hotel reviews and found The Hotel Colorado with various [+/-] write ups but we decided to take a chance. Attempted an online booking with upgrade but only the King Suite was available. Added a note that we would check in late. Arrived around 1030pm. Friendly greeting by the front desk clerk followed by a pleasant surprise.. the property was sold out and she asked if a complimentary upgrade to the Penthouse was OK? She told us we would need to climb one small flight of stairs as the elevator only goes to the fifth floor.

Entering we found a large dining room with coffee maker and microwave.. an adjacent sun porch with setting for morning coffee and paper. The library with flat screen and leather couch. A circular stairs to an upper patio deck (12 could party there easily). Two very large bathrooms and the master with super soft comforter and four grand pillows, another flat screen, window A/C unit and wifi throughout. I looked closely for broken tiles and some of the other stuff people wrote about and honestly couldn't find a thing wrong with this property. Parking on the street was easy, proximity to everything and fantastic views!

If your lucky enough to get this setup be sure to order room service the night before and then forget the rest of the world... cause you have arrived!

Cheers!

Room Tip: When you arrive, ask to see the room.. especially if your picky. Be polite and let the staff know your expectations. Give them first chance to make you comfortable and help you to enjoy your stay.
  • Stayed: August 2012, travelled as a couple
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1  Thank 52AV8TOR
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Reviewed 17 August 2012

We stayed 2 nights in August of 2012 while I was on a part business trip and part pleasure trip. The Hotel itself, with it's history and close location to the Glenwood Springs Pool, was great. Actually staying there on very hot August days, was a challenge. We got a corner room on the 2nd floor that was right in the sun, so when we checked in, the room was well over 90 degrees. After closing the curtains and finally placing the box fan in the room, into the window at night to try to pull in some cool air, we were able to get the room cooled off to maybe 80 degrees, but it was very hard to sleep. The plumbing was also difficult as you could never get the shower temperature to stay the same for more than a minute, as it would go from freezing to scalding in seconds and never just right. Breakfast was great downstairs and we would have also eaten dinner there, but the hostess seating people for dinner told us we would have to wait at least 1/2 hour if we did not have dinner reservations (although there were many empty tables all over the place), so we opted to eat at Juicy Lucy's a couple blocks away. After dinner, when we walked back past the outside dinner restaurant at the Hotel, those same empty tables were still there. Oh well, the location was great, actually parking there each time you went to town or left the Hotel was a huge challenge, as there are not near enough parking spaces for the number of rooms, which makes you have to drive around the block several times or end up parking in nearby residential neighborhoods and walking. Overall, the place was good for the History and especially for the location next to the Hot Springs Pool, but lacking in many modern conveniences, such as air conditioning.

  • Stayed: August 2012, travelled as a couple
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Thank Joel C
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