Want to enjoy a romantic stay in one of the historic hotels in Colorado? These hotels are packed with luxury amenities with vintage charm that will speak romance for the trip. Check out our top 5 Romantic Getaways in Colorado.
The Brown Palace
Known for its Old World class, the Brown Palace has brought prestige since first built in 1892. Located in Denver, the Brown Palace has said to have been host to Seventeen U.S. presidents, the iconic Beatles band and even soldiers from World War ll. As the world in itself, you can enjoy delicious baked goods that are made in a 65-year old carousel and faucet waters from their artesian well.
The Strater Hotel is located in Durango where the 1887 Inn boats of white colonies, Gold Rush tales, and native red bricks. The Strater hotel once served as a winter retreat for those who closed up their homes and stayed in heat rooms made by wood-burning stoves. The fully-renovated hotel still offers a Victorian atmosphere with velvet drapes and hand-painted wallpaper to show just why Louis L’Amour was a frequent visitor.
The Stanley Hotel
The elegance of the Stanley Hotel boasts of its white pillars that sit on a hill overlooking Estes Park. You can enjoy a guided tour and learn about the builder F.O. Stanley who traversed to create the hotel in what was once inaccessible setting. You will also be able to know about the spooky tales as to why Stephen King was inspired to write the famous film, The Shining while visiting the hotel.
The established gem of Leadville’s Delaware Hotel is known to have housed a few famous celebrities as Doc Holliday was a frequent visitor of the Delaware Hotel. The hotel also catered to a high-class crown, during the mining era. While workaday miners were also welcomed to stay just as long as they washed their boots before entry.
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