We stayed here mainly out of convenience as we were already sitting in the bar and didn't want to go far. Was #1 on TripAdvisor. Rooms were a bit pricey, but we got 2 queen beds and split the $200 cost. Room 230 was very nicely decorated in a very historic style from floor to ceiling and furnished with antiques including large ornate headboards. View out window of this room is mostly roof. Continental breakfast is included, but it's all gone at 9am on weekdays. Only issue I had was a lame shower head. This could be fixed for under $10 so it pisses me off when hotels cheap out on guests this way.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Built in 1887, the historic Strater Hotel (Historic Hotels of America Member) is a prominent downtown Durango, Colorado landmark located two blocks north of the Durango & Silverton Narrow Gauge Railroad, one hour east of Mesa Verde National Park, and in the heart of the rugged San Juan Mountains. Experience the Old West, fine dining, shopping, and many year-round indoor and outdoor activities. The hotel is home to the world's largest collection of American Victorian Walnut Antiques, the Louis L'Amour Room (designated Literary Landmark), and three unique dining establishments including Mahogany Grille specializing in fine dining. For entertainment, unwind with daily live music at the Diamond Belle Saloon and The Office Spiritorium or take in a show at the world famous Henry Strater Theatre, home to the Durango Melodrama & Vaudeville (seasonal). For those wishing to create a memorable event consider Strater Catering & Events (weddings, group meetings, special events). ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Strater Hotel Durango