We stayed at this wonderful hotel in August, just adorable! We booked "A Whole Bunch of Bodies which incorporated two rooms - "Anybody's and Everybody" It's a step back in time, you enter off the street - the actual hotel is in the main street of Durango - the black door is on the main drag which is a fascination in itself. You don't meet the people who run the hotel you are given a code to enter the building and then pick up the key when you enter the building. The rooms are large and come with every amenity. Ours was a sixties style room and bathroom, with a kitchen area, so if you want to cook you can. We ate out - plenty of restaurants just outside your door! We adored Durango, the town, the wonderful people, everything was perfect. The only trouble spot for us was the parking arrangements. You have to park on the street and you get a parking pass with your room. we mistakenly thought this allowed you to park anywhere, be warned, some streets you can't be parked in in the wee small hours, we copped a hefty fine for doing just that! We should have been careful to read the signs, aside from that it was wonderful.
I would love to get back to Durango, if I do I will stay here for sure!
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Nobody's Inn is a collection of eclectic rooms in the middle of Historic Downtown Durango. The Inn is on the second floor of a fully-restored 120 year old building - originally Richey's Book Store and Stationers in 1885. Each room is unique, spacious, comfy and cozy . All have fully-equipped kitchens, private bathrooms and central air. Nobody's Inn is a great home base for your comings and goings in the Durango area. ... more less
- Also Known As:
- Nobody`s Hotel Durango