December 8, 2017
Best Hotels in Colorado from Condé Nast Traveler
Would-be vacationers once flocked to the Centennial State just to hit the slopes—now they're sliding off their skis and setting off to sample the state's more than 50 distilleries and 160 craft breweries. Even the art scene has hit its stride, with more than a few hotels curating works by well-known artists to line their walls.
Condé Nast Traveler readers had plenty to say about these getaways in this year's Readers' Choice Awards. Here's what the publication about HALCYON, a hotel in Cherry Creek:
When you say, "Colorado," your first thought is probably of its hulking fourteeners (the term for mountains whose elevations top 14,000 feet, of which the state has a whopping 53)—not of a glamorous rooftop pool and cabana rentals. But that means you'll be pleasantly surprised by a stay at HALCYON in Cherry Creek, about a 15-minute drive southeast of downtown Denver. Feel free to borrow a bike and cruise down the local paths, making sure to stop at some of the city's famous breweries along the way; or if you're really intent on getting to those peaks, make a quick call to have staff arrange a fitting for ski and snowboard gear.
Who else made the cut?
Here's the complete list from Condé Nast Traveler's Reader's Choice Awards:
Top Hotels in Colorado
- the ART, a hotel
- HALCYON, a hotel in Colorado
- St. Julien Hotel & Spa
- The Little Nell
- The Sebastian - Vail
- Madeline Hotel and Residences Telluride
- The Oxford Hotel, Denver
- The Arrabelle at Vail Square
- Renaissance Denver Downtown City Center Hotel
- The Crawford Hotel
- The Brown Palace
- Hotel Jerome
Click here to read to complete article on cntraveler.com.
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