|Most expensive month:||October|
|Average price in Boulder:||$228/night|
|Cheapest price found:||$39/night|
|Most expensive day:||Wednesday|
Hampton Inn & Suites Boulder North
6333 Lookout Road, Boulder, CO, United States
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Microbreweries meet pristine parks and pine-scented trails in Boulder, a popular foodie town nestled in the foothills of the Rocky Mountains. Home to the iconic Flatirons, Boulder is brimming with scenic bicycle paths, a bustling restaurant scene and timeless red-brick buildings.
If you do one thing in Boulder, make sure you experience the gigantic sandstone Flatirons up close. Admire their mystical allure and join the hoards of hikers, climbers and frisbee throwers at Chautauqua Park. For an easy to moderate hike, follow the three-kilometre Flatiron Loop Trail or up the ante by pursuing the five-kilometre Royal Arch Trail featuring panoramic views of Boulder.
Join the Boulder Brew Tour and savour the flavours of not only Boulder’s many boutique breweries but wineries and distilleries too. Discover how beers are made at Avery Brewery, an 80-barrel brewhouse, or taste award-winning wines at Decadent Saint. If you’re keen to keep active, follow the Boulder Ale Trail, a 24-kilometre bike path encompassing 10 microbreweries.
Do you love a cup of tea? Take a tour of Celestial Seasonings, one of the world’s largest tea producers and a real treat for tea enthusiasts. You’ll get a glimpse of the blending process, catch a whiff of the famous mint room and taste Celestial Seasonings’ selection of over 100 teas.
Take part in the summertime ritual of tubing down Boulder Creek. You can also stay on dry land with a walk, cycle or ride along the picturesque Boulder Creek Trail. The smooth paved path meanders alongside the creek beneath shady old trees ending in Central Park.
Boulder is a 45-minute drive or 70-minute bus ride from Denver International Airport. With plenty of cycling paths and pedestrianised streets, walking and riding are popular ways to get around town. Due to condensed traffic, using the local bus and bike sharing program is the best option.
641 reviews rated Boulder Adventure Lodge with an average score of 8.1/10. It may also be worth looking into the Hampton Inn & Suites Boulder North, which received a rating of 8.9/10 from 170 reviews. Boulder Marriott could also be a good option, with a score of 8.5/10 from 211 reviews.
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Pearl Street lies at the center of Boulder's historic downtown. The city center is the place to enjoy all that this fun city offers, including Into the Wind for a family fun day, stylish boutiques for the fashionistas, historic sites for the history buffs, and art galleries for art seekers. Music fans can enjoy live performances at Boulder Theater or street performances on Pearl Street. You'll find cheap hotels in Boulder near the city's famous street, including Hyatt Place Boulder Pearl Street on 2280 Junction Place, and Courtyard by Marriott Boulder on 4710 Pearl East Circle. Both hotels have amenities, such as a business center and conference rooms to accommodate businesspersons, family rooms and cribs for families, and wake-up service for anyone who doesn’t want to miss out on their scheduled activities.
Yes. You'll want to stay at one of the kid friendly hotels in Boulder if your kids tag along your hotel trip. These accommodations include those near children's attractions and those with kids' amenities. Walker Ranch on Flagstaff Road is one location where your kids are likely to enjoy hikes, fishing, picnics, and Best Western Plus Boulder Inn on 28th Street is a short drive from the historic ranch. It offers a complimentary hot breakfast, room service, family rooms, and interconnected rooms to facilitate your family vacation. Another nearby hotel is Rodeway Inn & Suites Boulder Broker on 30th Street, which features family rooms, free breakfast, and children's television networks. Eben G. Fine Park is a family-friendly location you might want your kids to visit to play, picnic, or hike. When you stay at Foot of the Mountain Motel on West Arapahoe Avenue, you'll be a walkable distance away from the green space. The hotel offers puzzles and board games that'll keep your kids busy while you relax by the hot tub.
Quiet neighborhoods in Boulder typically lie further from the buzzing downtown and city campus, for instance, the East Boulder and Glenwood Grove – North Iris neighborhoods. Homewood Suites by Hilton – Boulder on Baseline Road sits in the East Boulder locality. Other than the picturesque views of the Colorado Rocky Mountains that offer a peaceful ambiance, you'll find its outdoor pool and hot tub quiet areas where you can relax. Another choice for quiet Boulder hotels is Residence Inn by Marriott Boulder on Center Green Drive in the Glenwood Grove – North Iris neighborhood. Hotel features include an outdoor pool, laundry facilities, air-conditioned rooms, complimentary breakfast, and a fitness center. Boulder Twin Lakes Inn on Twin Lakes Road is another hotel in a quiet residential setting. It has amenities like a hot tub, picnic area, free parking, spa bath, designated smoking area, and complimentary breakfast. You might want to select a corner room on the top-most floor of hotels in Boulder to enhance the quiet environment.
When in Boulder, you'll have access to over 100 restaurants, from upcoming eateries to James Beard award-winning restaurants in downtown. The dining establishments range from pizza joints to delis to breweries. Leaf is a family-operated eatery on Pearl Street that serves farm-fresh vegetarian and vegan meals for the healthy eater. When you want to sample Spanish cuisine, head over to Corrida, which lies on Walnut Street, where you'll find an extensive menu and a wine list to accompany. Rincon Argentino on Arapahoe Avenue serves classic Argentinian eats in a bright setting. For Italian foods, Ado's Kitchen Bar on 13th Street is the place to be. You might also want to dine at Osaka's on Canyon Boulevard if you love a Japanese meal. Whether you want a takeaway, order delivery, or dine-in, Boulder restaurants will satisfy your request. The Boulder Farmer's Market is another local's favorite during harvest time on Wednesdays and Saturdays, where you can sample farm-fresh produce.