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The building architecture is amazing, it’s fun to walk around and look at everything. Food, music and drinks available in several places in the hotel.
Lovely menu and quieter than the busy downtown scene with wonderful historical charm and elegance.
VIA HOTEL — If you don't take BANJO BILLY'S BUS TOUR, you'll constantly be wondering what you're missing each time you spot the recognizable school-bus-turned-hillbilly-shack rambling around town. You're bound to learn a lot more about Boulder on this unique tour that covers ghost stories, legend…
Have a drink at the Corner Bar, then wander about the hotel. Here's the history: "In the early 1900s, when Boulder was evolving from a dusty frontier town to a cultured small city, its residents yearned for an upscale hotel. Business men and women raised the funds to build the Hotel Boulderado,…
Historical hotel in downtown Boulder. In the lobby you will find water fountain still supplied from Arapahoe Glacier.
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