Boulder Hotels and Accommodation

(Boulder, Colorado - CO, USA)

Pearl Street viewThere are many reasons why people visit Boulder each year and since this appealing city has enjoyed a thriving tourist industry for more than 100 years, there are plenty of awaiting hotels. However, if it's historical accommodation that you crave, then the best Victorian hotels in Boulder do come at a price, due to their character and elegance, which tends to be lacking somewhat is the more modern motels and lodging available.

Bed and Breakfast (B&B) accommodation is relatively easy to come by in downtown Boulder, although the most centrally located hotels do tend to be more expensive than those located within more residential districts, such as Broomfield, Goss Grove and University Hill.

Summer picture taken on Pearl Street

Where to Stay

Accommodation in downtown Boulder tends to be clustered along stretches such as Broadway, where the University Inn is handy for shoppers headed for the Pearl Street Mall, and for those wishing to stay within reach of the University of Colorado.

Close to both Broadway and Pearl Street, the Canyon Boulevard is another center stretch containing a number of noteworthy hotels, such as the Marriott Boulder, which is handy for the Twenty Ninth Street shopping district.

Different photo of Pearl StreetFor luxury accommodation, the fully restored red-brick Hotel Boulderado on 13th Street is hard to beat and is one of Boulder's oldest hotels, dating back to 1909 and treating guests to nothing short of extravagance and lavish antique furnishings.

Something a little more in most people's price range is the aptly named Foot of the Mountain Motel on West Arapahoe Avenue, which is situated at the base of Flagstaff Mountain and close to the very scenic Boulder Canyon.

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