The Broadmoor hotel

Spencer and Julie Penrose set out to build the most beautiful resort in the U.S., modeled after the opulence they had enjoyed in their travels through Europe and Asia. In 1918, The Broadmoor wowed its first guests and continues to wow guests today. Stay in one of the 754 distinct rooms decorated to impress.


Brown Palace 

Whether you're there for the afternoon tea, dinner at the Ship Tavern or to stay the night, the Brown Palace is Denver's top downtown overnight destination. The rooms are luxurious and modern while the lobby sports exquisite turn-of-the-century architecture. If you have time, take the hotel tour that will fill your brain with interesting facts.


Hotel Colorado 

The hotel, built in 1893, is quite possibly the cornerstone of Glenwood Springs. The architecture is uniquely beautiful, and there is a rich history behind this majestic hotel, a history that is full of ghost tales - if you take the time to find a local who is willing to tell them. Each room is decorated with a different theme and is full of historical memorabilia.


Stanley Hotel 

Located high on a hill overlooking Estes Park, this hotel inspired Stephen King to write his classic novel "The Shining." The hotel gives off a Victorian feel and is an absolutely beautiful place to stay. The Stanley offers "historic rooms" alongside their more modern counterparts; you can request "historic rooms" at booking. Be sure to catch the ghost tour.


Hotel Jerome 

Take a walk in downtown Aspen and you will find upscale shopping and ridiculously rich people. While you're visiting, be sure to take a trip down East Main Street and keep an eye out for the Wild West bellhops sporting cowboy hats. They'll be there holding the doors to the hotel. Not a luxury item is missing from every custom-decorated room.