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Castle Marne Bed & Breakfast
One of Denver's grandest historic mansions, Castle Marne Bed & Breakfast is located in the Wyman Historic District and listed on the National Register of Historic Buildings. Castle Marne B&B is considered by many to be the finest example of "America's most eclectic architect", William Lang, designer of the Unsinkable Molly Brown house. Its history glows through the hand-rubbed woods, the renowned circular stained glass "Peacock Window", and original ornate fireplaces. Each guest room is a unique experience with carefully chosen furnishings bringing together authentic period antiques, family heirlooms, and exacting reproductions to create the mood of long-ago charm and romance. Castle Marne Bed & Breakfast provides fine lodging accommodation, a comfortable setting, and personalized service.
Delaware Hotel & Callaway's Restaurant
This elegant 1886 Victorian Hotel, nestled in the heart of the Colorado Rocky Mountains in the highest incorporated city in North America, features vintage furnishings and appointments. Leadville's gold and silver boom days brought desperados such as Doc Holiday, the Unger Brothers and Butch Cassidy to the Delaware Hotel. Today, the Hotel remains Leadville's "Crown Jewel". Lovingly renovated, the hotel's oak paneling, crystal chandeliers, and period antiques offer guests the Victorian ambience and charm of an era gone by while gracing the accommodation. The thirty-six rooms and suites are appointed with brass and iron bedsteads, heirloom quilts, lace curtains and private baths. Many of the uniquely decorated rooms have fantastic views of Colorado's highest 14,000 foot peaks, Mt. Massive and Mt. Elbert. When lodging at the Delaware Hotel you will be in the center of town with many shops, restaurants, and bars.
New Sheridan Hotel & Chop House Restaurant
The New Sheridan Hotel has served as Telluride's social center since 1895. Located just two blocks from the ski lifts, the hotel’s location in the heart of downtown Telluride provides an ideal base for visitors. During an expansive renovation completed in late 2008, the hotel’s 26 lodging rooms received a luxurious transformation under the guidance of internationally renowned designer Nina Campbell. Each individually designed room captures the historic charm of Telluride in an atmosphere of warmth, comfort and pampering. Indulgent accommodation touches include 100 percent Egyptian cotton sheets and towels, heated bathroom floors, walk-in closets, iPod docking stations, LCD flat screen televisions and plush robes. The New Sheridan’s two new roof-top hot tubs provide an après ski sanctuary with views of the 14,000-foot San Juan Mountains. Additionally the hotel offers secured ski storage with boot warmers and a long list of amenities designed to make guests feel pampered.
Peck House Hotel & Restaurant
This fine Hotel & Restaurant is closed ad waiting for a new Innkeeper to add their tender loving touch. Built as a home for James Peck, it soon became a favorite stagecoach stop for weary travelers driving over scenic Berthoud Pass and investors needing lodging while shopping for gold mines. The eleven guest rooms are outfitted with period antiques, some brought by ox cart from Chicago in 1862 by Mrs. Peck. The Peck House is the oldest hotel extant in Colorado. But it is the cuisine created by owner/chef Gary St. Clair that is favored by guests. The Peck House was a finalist in the Uncle Ben's 10 Best Country Inns of the Year Award; winner of In Search for the Best American Country Inn Cooking and also winner of The Governor's Award for Colorado Cuisine. The lodging is comfortable and attractive. Sally and Gary are delightful host. Empire is located in a very scenic area close to several ski areas and historic mining camps.
Strater Hotel, Restaurant, Bar, & Melodrama
Steeped in history as Durango's most prominent downtown landmark, the Historic Strater Hotel delivers world-class accommodations and hospitality. It features 93 spectacular Victorian rooms, each filled with beautiful walnut antiques and period wallpapers. A beautiful and historic lobby and several lounges, conference rooms, and much more await you in the heart of Downtown Durango. Few if any of Durango's accommodation options will put you so close to so many local attractions including the Durango and Silverton Narrow Gauge Railroad, the Henry Strater Theatre, and the historic Main Avenue Shopping District. On property you will also find fine dining, conference and banquet rooms, nightly live entertainment and live on stage theatre performances.
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