Next door to Durango Silverton Narrow Gauge RR, a quaint little hotel built in 1898 or so. Pros: very clean quiet, well-tended, pretty if you like Gund bears, lace, and silver serving dishes; fantastic location for walking to the train (historic downtown Durango district), plush robes in rooms, romantic for some couples. Cons: The heat in the rooms are not sensitive to the thermostat (we kept window open all night second night with temps in the 40s or lower, it was that hot with thermostat down all the way!); very small rooms unless you pay lots for suite; the beds are small, the rooms are very small; the breakfast foods in the lovely silver dishes are not commensurate with the actual dishes themselves (pre-formed eggs and sausage that is commensurate with McDonald's, very bland), dry cereals, cooked oatmeal in crockpot, a few yogurts, sometimes ready-made waffles, so-so coffee; we gave up the second day and went to the bagel place); they don't replenish soaps, etc. in room without asking; tub drains very slowly! Fun for once, but second time would seek another hotel. Tip for hotel: hire a chef part-time to figure out a great breakfast, not something heated up from a box. Figure out a way to turn heat off in rooms; we tried shutting heat off, it made for a difficult night's sleep that first night without opening window in middle of night after sleeping restlessly because it was so hot in room.