COVID-19 restrictions have altered summer travels plans for many vacationers looking to escape to the mountains. Boulder’s picturesque landscape, crisp summer nights, and ample outdoor recreation make it the ultimate summer getaway. Fortunately, there are plenty of hotels accepting reservations while adhering to social distancing guidelines. Here are some Boulder hotels that are once again, open for business.
For elegant lodging and spa services, book your stay with Hotel St Julien. Its awarded restaurant and luxurious spa are both open and offering limited services. The hotel’s central location gives guests convenient access to Flatirons hikes and Pearl Street shopping.
This charming bed and breakfast is accepting reservations and operating at 50% capacity, ensuring guests’ safety and comfort. Hospitality and warmth are abundant at Briar Rose;its meditation room offers guests a quiet place to recharge. Escape the hustle and bustle of daily life at this tranquil bed and breakfast.
The Bradley’s boutique inn is accepting reservations beginning July 17. For those traveling to Boulder later this summer, this inn offers its guests a convenient location and a warm, friendly welcomeEach room contains original artwork and guests will have convenient access to the Pearl Street Mall, which boasts an array of dining options and retail shops.
Situated in the foothills of Boulder’s Flatirons sits this modern hotel and spa. Guests may conveniently walk to downtown Boulder or the nearest hiking trail. Each room provides a boutique feel and the hotel’s high-end spa services will leave guests feeling totally blissed out.
This legendary hotel is a historic landmark and a great place to stay when visiting Boulder. License No. 1 in Hotel Boulderdo’s basement hosts live music while its restaurant, Spruce Farm & Fish, is known for its exquisite menu.
For those needing to travel to Boulder, there are plenty of hotel options available. Our city continues to monitor the COVID-19 pandemic, updating regulations accordingly. Restaurants, retail shops, hiking trails, and hotels are reopening conservatively, with revised health and safety measures. Travelers looking to stay in Boulder should have no trouble when it comes to planning a summer trip.