The Boulderado has been the place to hang your hat in downtown Boulder for over a century. Rooms cost $1 to $2.50 when it opened in 1909 and an annex was added in 1989, but otherwise the hotel has changed very little over the years. It still sports a distinctive red sandstone exterior and Spanish Revival architecture, stained-glass canopy above the lobby, and the original Otis elevator. The rooms and suites have taken advantage of the perks of modern technology (iPod docking stations and Wi-Fi, to name two) but retain a turn-of-the-century charm. The resident eating and drinking establishments are first-rate, with a fine-dining restaurant, a casual atmosphere at the Corner Bar, and a great basement haunt dubbed License No. 1.
2115 13th St (at Spruce St), Boulder, CO 80302
Our Rating Neighborhood Downtown and Vicinity Phone 800/433-4344 or 303/442-4344 Prices $215–$329 double; $323–$419 suite Amenities 2 restaurants; 3 lounges; fitness center; Wi-Fi (free) Units 160 units Web site Hotel BoulderadoBook a Room Now
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