If you’ve grown tired of boring and monotonous hotels, then it’s time you book a room at a boutique hotel. These Colorado boutique hotels are all unique, but they all feature one-of-a-kind decor, cozy rooms and unforgettable service. No matter if you’re looking to stay in the Rocky Mountains or the Mile High City, there is a Colorado boutique hotel on this list perfect for your next trip to the Centennial State.
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The Little Nell (Prices & Photos)
At 92 rooms, the Little Nell is an Aspen escape that boasts both style and relaxation. Skiers will find the proximity to the lifts absolutely ideal, while foodies will enjoy the two in-house restaurants found here. With a hotel spa and a gas fireplace in the rooms, it isn’t hard to find relaxation and solitude at this mountain boutique hotel.
The Oxford Hotel (Prices & Photos)
The Oxford Hotel is Denver’s oldest hotel, built in 1891. This boutique hotel has 80 rooms that are adorned with antique furniture and clawfoot tubs. Although the antique touches are charming, the rooms are also equipped with modern amenities such as free WiFi and iPod docking stations. Located in the stylish Denver neighborhood of LODO, The Oxford Hotel is within walking distance of a number of great Denver attractions, like Coors Field and the Contemporary Art Museum.
Hotel Jerome (Prices & Photos)
Hotel Jerome is another Aspen boutique hotel that is a great place for those looking to ski or snowboard. This traditional boutique hotel was one of the first luxury hotels in the town of Aspen. With both a rustic and contemporary vibe, Hotel Jerome offers cozy guest rooms, an on-site fitness center and an on-site spa. Don’t miss out on dinner at the hotel’s restaurant, Prospect, or a nice cocktail at Hotel Jerome’s J-Bar.
Sonnenalp (Prices & Photos)
This Vail boutique hotel mimics Bavarian-style accommodations, making it a charming getaway during the winter months. Each room at Sonnenalp comes complete with heated marble bathroom floors and a gas fireplace. And you don’t even need to leave the hotel to enjoy a great meal since Sonnenalp is home to four restaurants ranging from Southwestern food to European cuisine. Complete with breathtaking views and an on-site spa, the Sonnenalp is truly one of the best hotels in Vail.
Tivoli Lodge (Prices & Photos)
Another Vail hotel, Tivoli Lodge is located in the heart of this mountain town. Tivoli Lodge opened in 1968 but has gone through a modern renovation since then to keep up with the times. Therefore you’ll find over-sized guest rooms with some even equipped with fireplaces. Since this mountain-chalet lodge is located in the middle of Vail, you’ll be within walking distance to restaurants, bars and shops.
The ART, a Hotel (Prices & Photos)
Art lovers will feel right at home at The ART, a boutique hotel in Denver’s cultural district. The lobby itself is a museum, as an LED light installation with 22,000 light is the first thing guests notice upon arrival here. However, the rooms too give off a gallery vibe, as they feature commissioned artwork and breathtaking views of the mountains or the Denver skyline. With two art galleries in the hotel, you don’t even need to visit the Denver Art Museum. However, you still should, since it is only a five-minute walk from this hotel.
Hotel Teatro (Prices & Photos)
Travelers looking to experience the heart of Denver should book a room at Hotel Teatro. This luxury boutique hotel is located near 16th Street Mall, a pedestrian walk home to many of the Mile High City’s best bars and restaurants. However, the hotel’s proximity to the Denver Center for the Performing Arts is ideal for audience members looking to see a great show. With an onsite fitness center, restaurant and lounge, there is no wonder why guests continue to flock to this refurbished 1911 landmark.
The Sebastian (Prices & Photos)
The Sebastian acts as a ski lodge but looks like a contemporary, luxury accommodation. This hotel is a great place to book if you’re looking to mingle with your fellow travelers, as it has many common areas like the fire pit, the library and the hotel bar and restaurant. However, if you’re looking for seclusion, the rooms are a great place to start, especially if you book a suite, which features a full kitchen and a gas fireplace. With an onsite spa too, The Sebastian seems to offer everything a guest would need while visiting the beautiful town of Vail.
Lumière Telluride (Prices & Photos)
Lumière Telluride is a great option if you’re visiting Telluride during the winter or the summer. This boutique hotel is located at the base of the Telluride Ski Resort, making it ideal for snow bunnies wanting to hit the slopes. However the location isn’t the only thing that keeps guests coming back; Lumière Telluride’s rooms are larger than rooms found in an average hotel, as they come with a kitchenette and oversized bathrooms.
Halcyon Cherry Creek (Prices & Photos)
Found in the trendy Denver neighborhood of Cherry Creek, Halcyon Cherry Creek is the newest property on this list. This boutique hotel is a great option for those who want to explore both the city and the outdoors. The hotel has a gear rental program, where guests can borrow outdoor and sports equipment. After a day out on the town or in the mountains, head back to your cozy room complete with premium bath products and private terraces.
Magnolia Denver (Prices & Photos)
This elegant hotel in Denver is found in a historic building near the 16th Street Mall. The contemporary and inviting decor at Magnolia Hotel Denver isn’t the only thing that attracts guests. The rooms come with modern amenities, and don’t forget to enjoy the evening reception that comes with complimentary cookies, milk, wine or beer.