Hotel Colorado Glenwood Springs Signature Suites
Beautiful, Historic Signature Suites in Glenwood, CO
Hotel Colorado’s signature suites provide guests with a link to the Hotel’s opulant past. Themed suites showcase the historic tales of famous guests from the hotel’s 19th Century. Suites range from two room parlors to the 1,400 sq. foot, 3 bedroom, 3 bathroom Devereux suite.
Each multi-room suite has a Victorian appointed parlor sitting room, and a sleeping room. Select one with balcony or jacuzzi.
Hotel Colorado Signature Suites
The Ambassador level suites provide exemplary comfort reminiscent of days gone by. In the early days, Hotel Colorado serviced the elite, along with paid staff, each in their adjoining rooms. The fifth floor suites embody the style and flair of the wealthy sojourner.Book Now
Bell Tower Suite
Hotel Colorado’s iconic bell towers are a fascination to the imagination. The suite boasts a spiral stairway to the grand bell tower, with spectacular views of Glenwood Springs and Mt. Sopris. Enjoy two balconies, living and dining areas, queen guest room, as well as a jacuzzi tub.Book Now
Theodore Roosevelt visited the Hotel Colorado while leading multiple bear hunts. Young Roosevelt’s famed hunt that returned no bear, resulted in the legendary birth of the “Teddy Bear.” Stay in the suite where President Roosevelt addressed an audience of attentive listeners from the balcony.Book Now
Margaret Brown, aka Molly Brown, was a frequent visitor to Hotel Colorado after she acquired wealth from a Leadville mine. The suite is appointed with decor and artifacts reminiscent of Molly’s preferences. Follow the spiral stairway to the spectacular views of the grand bell tower. Relax in one of two balconies, living and dining areas, king bedroom, as well as a jacuzzi tub.Book Now