When my husband and I travel, I always try to find places to visit and to stay that are not cookie cutter corporate chains. I just chanced upon the Boulder Chautauqua. This place, on the National Register of Historic Places, is an absolute gem. We spent three nights in the Columbine Lodge. Amazing value ... under $80 a night for a clean, spacious, bright room with a well-equipped kitchenette in this beautiful, beautiful historic place. Even if you don't stay at the Chautauqua, if you go to Boulder you should visit there. All the buildings, which have all been beautifully maintained and restored, are from the early 20th century. The grounds are beautiful, and there are great hiking trails. I loved walking around the grounds and learning about the amazing history of this place. There is a concert hall and a dining room. You can visit their website for more info.
- Also Known As:
- Chautauqua Cottages Hotel Boulder
- Chautauqua Cottages Hotel
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Founded in 1898 this National Historic Landmark is nestled beneath Boulder’s Flatiron Mountains. We are 40 miles from DIA and 1.5 miles from the Pearl Street Mall in downtown Boulder. With year-round lodging in our 58 charming cottages and two lodges, we offer an exceptional setting for reunions, weddings, retreats or a romantic getaway. Enjoy dining at the historic Chautauqua Dining Hall, concerts, educational programs, silent films and the critically acclaimed Colorado Music Festival. ... more less
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