4 Road Trip Pit Stops: Unique Hotels in Colorado
The Centennial State boasts more than majestic mountain views and geographical wonders to discover. These four offbeat hotels are gems, in their own right. Book a room at one of them the next time you’re planning a road trip in or through Colorado.
Dunton Hot Springs
Dunton Hot Springs provides the perfect accommodations for “glamping” if you’re spending a night in Dolores and don’t mind splurging a little. This venue has a variety of cabins with wood-burning stoves, including the Well House, which has its own private spring and cold plunge.
Snow Mountain Ranch
Located in Granby, Snow Mountain Ranch provides a range of lodging options to suit a variety of tastes. Though, a yurt is one of the most adventurous types of accommodation you can reserve. You can also opt for a cabin or lodge suite. Onsite amenities include a buffet restaurant, a cafe, and a grill eatery, so you won’t have to wander far to find a bite to eat during your stay.
Highland Haven Creekside Inn
Head to Evergreen the next time you want to overnight in a place with more inspiration and personality than a conventional hotel room. Highland Haven Creekside Inn offers a spectrum of rooms to enhance your getaway, from the Fireside Loft to the Tree House to the Gardener’s Cottage. And breakfast is served fresh each morning, so you’ll have one less meal to plan.
Strawberry Park Hot Springs
The next time you roadtrip to Steamboat Springs, spend a night or two at Strawberry Park Hot Springs. This lodging offers a variety of unique accommodations ranging from a covered wagon to a train caboose to rustic cabins. You can even schedule a massage or a Watsu aquatic therapy session, if you truly want to feel relaxed during your trip.
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