Of course Colorado
has many motels and hotels, as well as bed ’n’ breakfasts and every
other sort of tourist accommodations you’ll find anywhere else. And clearly
it is not possible to list all lodging options here. What we will attempt to do
here is to list those with particular qualities of interest to riders touring
Colorado on their motorcycles. For example, when we ride we try to find motels
with larger “family units” that will accommodate four or five or six
people, thereby reducing the expense compared to getting two or three rooms.
page continues to grow and develop. Your suggestions and recommendations
are very welcome at
or Hotel and Location ||Description/Review|
|Alamosa – Riverside Inn, 250 Broadway Avenue, 719-598-4945
||Old and small, but clean and well-maintained. We stayed here in March 2016 and liked it very much. Our room (#8) even had a kitchen with stove, refrigerator, sink, and kitchen table.
|Almont/Taylor Reservoir – Taylor
Park Trading Post, Cafe, RV Park and Cabins, 970-641-2555||Galen
Gibson recommended this one, saying “the trading post restaurant is to die
for at the Taylor Reservoir cabins. I would give this food 4.5 stars.” He
didn’t say what the cabins are like.|
|Aspen – Hotel
Aspen and Molly Gibson Lodge, 101 W. Main St., 888-271-2304
||Judy and I stayed here in July 2011 and we liked the place a lot. Judy’s one-word summation was “elegant.” They have recently done some major renovations and they did a good job. The Molly Gibson Lodge and the Aspen Hotel are right across the street from each other in central Aspen, within easy walking distance of the heart of town. Most anything in Aspen is pricey so be aware of that, but their rates are very competitive.
Jeff recommends you call ahead to check, as rates change frequently. They also
offer free wi-fi, a good breakfast, and parking.
|Breckenridge – Fireside Inn, 114 North French St., 970-453-6456
||Niki and Andy Harris run this B&B and Hostel Inn, and as for being motorcycle-friendly, they say, “We welcome bikers to our Inn and last year accommodated 12 Norwegians on their Colorado trip on Harleys!” Additionally, “The Fireside Inn is family owned and run and we welcome singles, couples, and families to our home. We have free parking, a cozy sitting room with fireplace, and have a great hot tub for our guests to enjoy. We can tell you about great hikes, biking trails, horse riding, boating, and the history of this historic mining town and all the other activities you can take part in during your time in Summit County.”
|Breckenridge – Grand Lodge on Peak 7 Timeshare Rentals, 877-815-4227 or email@example.com
|This is a high-end resort right next to downtown Breckenridge. The larger, more comfortable suites are actually timeshares that can be rented from individual owners. SellMyTimeshareNow.com offers by-owner Grand Lodge on Peak 7 rentals at 60% off pricing elsewhere on the web. The resort itself is located just off popular bike route Colorado 9 (across beautiful Hoosier Pass). This ski resort is open year-round and features leisure activities such as fishing, rafting, golf, and ATV rentals. Connecting rooms can be booked, and 1-4 bedroom units are available, giving groups of motorcyclists the ability to stay together. To find affordable rates on your tour dates, visit SellMyTimeshareNow.com.
|Colorado Springs – Garden of the Gods Motel and Cabins, 2922 W. Colorado Ave., 719-636-5271
||Andrew and Jen Phillips stayed here while Andrew was racing in the Pikes Peak International Hill Climb and gave a good report on the place. Jen says they were “very accommodating--extremely so.” They let Andrew park his truck and trailer out front, taking up several spaces, and they were very friendly. It’s an older motel so it’s “a tad dated” but you don’t stay there expecting the Marriott. Jen also reports that it was very clean and had good internet access.
– Cristiana Guest Haus, 621 Maroon Ave., 1-800-824-7899
||Very nice place we stayed at on the 2013 OFMC trip. Comfortable rooms, hot tub, breakfast in the morning, coffee and tea and more in the evening, fresh-baked cookies--very European style. Right on the fringes of the old main Crested Butte area.
– Gold Rush Casino
and Hotel, 209 E. Bennett Ave., 1-800-235-8239||OK, this is your
basic casino hotel but unless you're going to hit a bed & breakfast this is
really one of the better places to stay in this town. It’s clean, modern, and
you get the breakfast buffet with the price of the room. And if you are the gambling
sort, it’s right in the heart of town where you won't need to do anything but
|Denver – Staybridge
Suites, 7150 S. Clinton St., 720-895-2322||I don’t know this place
either, but they contacted me to say they are motorcycle-friendly, and they have
suites that accommodate up to six people. That's always something we like to find
when we travel in a group because it costs a lot less than multiple smaller rooms.
They have lots of parking, a complimentary hot breakfast buffet, and Lisa Ribordy
tells me they “would be willing to work out a reasonable rate for your bikers.”
|Dinosaur – Terrace Motel, 312 E. Brontosaurus Blvd., 970-374-2241
||Tom Hein says, “This is a great base camp motel for day trips to Dinosaur National Monument, Flaming Gorge Nat’l Rec Area and the Dinosaur Diamond National Scenic Byway. It is a very basic motel with a Chinese take-out cabin in the parking lot. The owners are super friendly.”
|Dolores – Cozy
Comfort R.V. Park and Mountain Retreat, 1501 Central Ave., 1-800-877-7218
or 970-882-2483||OK, this one is a little different. This is an RV park,
so if you’re hauling your bikes out and need a place to be headquarters you might
want to consider this one. They also have one luxury motor coach you can have
for $70 per night. Brenda and Tony, the folks who run it, are riders. Tell them
you found them here and you’ll get a 20% discount.
– Adobe Inn,
2178 Main Ave., 970-247-2743
||Our experience at the Adobe Inn was mixed.
There were nine of us and we got four rooms. Two beds per room so one person had
a hide-a-bed. Unfortunately for the three in one room, the air conditioning did
not work. There was also no linen for the hide-a-bed. The guy at the desk said
he would take care of it but never did. For the rest of us it was a fine place.
A bit noisy because it's on the main drag, but so are most all of Durango's motels.|
|Durango – Quality Inn, 2930 Main Avenue, 1-800-992-2694
||Bikers are extremely welcome at the Quality Inn Durango. Their rooms include refrigerator, microwave, coffee maker, iron & ironing board, and free high speed Internet. They have two indoor hot tubs and a heated outdoor seasonal pool. All reservations include free deluxe continental breakfast and waffle bar. There is plenty of parking available and all rooms face the parking lot. Get a 10% discount on 3 rooms or less by mentioning the L10PER discount. If you need more than 3 rooms call to receive 15-25% off.
|Durango – various
||One good place to stay in Durango is the Comfort Inn on South El Camino Del Rio near both the Harley and the Honda dealerships. More expensive and maybe worth the $ would be the Strater Hotel or the other fancy historic place I can't recall the name of, maybe the Palace or is that the good restaurant attached?? ( The historic hotels in Durango would also require reservations as might most motels, and in many instances they require a minimum two-night stay.)
|Estes Park – Twin Owls Motor Lodge, 700 Saint Vrain Avenue, 800-359-7719
||Centrally located, within easy walking distance of downtown, the Twin Owls must surely have been one of Estes Park's premier motels in its heyday. Today, it is faded and in need of repair but it is still nice and the room rate is one of the best you'll find anywhere near. We stayed there in July 2015 and while some of the pickier guys complained, you get what you pay for, and I personally don't mind paying less as long as the room is clean, which it was. Plus, we had elk grazing on the lawn.
|Fort Collins – Comfort
Suites Fort Collins, 1415 Oakridge Drive, 970-206-4597||Rachel
Crowther, the General Manager here, contacted me to say they are very much motorcycle-friendly.
If you are familiar with Comfort Suites/Comfort Inn I presume this is what you
have come to expect. The website says they offer free wi-fi, continental breakfast,
free local calls, and have a pool and hot tub. Mention you found them here and
Rachel says you'll get a 15% discount on your room rate.|
|Glenwood Springs – Sunshine
Ridge Guest House, Four Mile Road, 303-997-6621
||Shirl and Andy Niemeyer want you to know that the Sunshine Ridge Guest House, 10 minutes north of Glenwood Springs, is biker-friendly. This is a fairly large place that would be best suited to hosting a group. There are 7 beds and they say it sleeps 16. Plenty of covered parking as well as a huge outdoor parking pad.
|Gunnison – Duckpond Cottage, 29 Chinook Trail, 970-641-6623
||Doug and Lee Engel ride and they also have a vacation rental cottage. They hope to establish a motorcyclist client base. Duckpond Cottage offers two queen bedrooms, two full baths, and a sleeping loft (ladder access) with two twin beds, as well as a private pond and large front deck. This would probably be a better option for a group than for a single or only two people. It’s a few miles outside of Gunnison. Their basic rates are $150/night, 2 night minimum, based on 4 persons. Additional persons are $20/person.
– Super 8, 411 E. Tomichi Ave. (Hwy 50), 970-641-3068
||I give them credit, this place is motorcycle-friendly, but I can’t recommend it. We needed to make changes in our reservations and they jacked the rate way up on us so we ended up paying absurd rates. For details, see my blog post about the situation.
Wheel Inn, 37478 W. Hwy 50, 1-800-642-1650 or 970-641-1650||They
hosted our fall color ride for the last two years. We’ve stayed at the WWI many
times. Always friendly. Lots of good riding out of Gunnison. (Recommendation by
|Hamilton – vacation cabin rental, 970-824-5324 or firstname.lastname@example.org
|This gorgeous vacation cabin also comes with access to the hosts' well-equipped shop where Turner and Sandra take care of their own herd of motorcycles. Their ideal customers are adventure motorcyclists tired from a few days on the trail looking for relaxation and a chance to work on the bikes. Hamilton is tiny place on the Williams Fork River between Meeker and Craig on Colorado 317.
|Hot Sulphur Springs – Canyon Motel, 221 Byers Ave., 1-888-489-
3719 or 970-725-3395
|Says Angus Simpson, manager, “We are a motorcycle-friendly establishment and we have a wonderful 3 bedroom/2 bath apartment that would be outstanding for a small group to stay in during their fall rides through the beautiful Grand County area.”
Hotchkiss – Hotchkiss Inn, 406 Highway 133,
|Kris Bartol contacted me to say they actively seek biker guests. With the Black Canyon of the Gunnison practically next door, they are located in the heart of the best of what Colorado has to offer. It’s a family-run mom and pop operation with a great reputation. Kris added that “we have a deluxe continental breakfast, micro/fridge, coffee maker in rooms, internet access, DirectTV, and laundry facilities.” Info added 10-8-12: Judy and I just stayed here over the weekend and want to add our recommendation. Kris and Andy are doing a lot to make their place--in a gorgeous area, to begin with--a lot more than just your run-of-the-mill motel. Great bed, too!
|Ignacio – Sky
Ute Casino Resort, 14324 US Hwy 172 N, 970-563-7777
of our group are big on gambling so the Sky Ute is a favorite stop of ours. We've
stayed there several times, and their new facility is far, far nicer than the old. We'll definitely be back.
|Kremmling – Allington
Inn, 215 W. Central Ave., 800-981-4091
||This is new hotel
just opened on Jan. 2, 2009. I haven’t seen it, much less stayed there, but
we stayed at the Allington Inn in South Fork and they were extremely motorcycle-friendly.
The management tells me the same is true in Kremmling.
City – Alpine
Moose Lodge, 1221 North Highway 149||Art Bartlett posted this recommendation:
Bruno, the owner/operator of this quaint old-style motel, is a world class French
cook, and cooks regularly in the attached restaurant. Excellent food, decent lodgings,
and a wonderful view. A must see when traveling through Lake City!|
City – Town Square Cabins, 3rd Street and Highway 149, 877-944-2236
||Don’t expect anything fancy here, but do expect high rates. That’s the way it works in Lake City, where they can pretty much demand whatever they want because business is so strong. The cabins are old, could use some maintenance, but at least the beds are comfortable. And you're right in the heart of town.
|Lakewood – Courtyard & Residence Inn by Marriott, 7050 W. Hampden Ave, 303-985-7676 ext. 604 for Lindsey Marsh
||Lindsey Marsh, sales manager here, points out that they are right in-between Morrison and Denver and would “make the perfect starting point for a fun motorcycle tour up U.S. 285 to Morrison, on to Fairplay, and then to Buena Vista or Leadville.” They offer group rates and “would be willing to let riders keep their trailers in our parking lot for the duration of their tour.”
|Lamar – Blue
Spruce Motel, 1801 S. Main, 719-336-7454||This is an older motel,
AAA-certified, and while it is not in the luxury category, it is decent. Our one
complaint would be the bed. On her side of the bed, my wife sank way down and
if I got too close I would almost be dumped on top of her. If you just want a
place to sleep this motel will do. If you want something fancier and newer go
to the north end of town.|
|Lamar – Days Inn, 1302
||A bit pricier than the older motels on the south end of town,
the Days Inn is pretty much what you would expect. It is newer, has all the expected
amenities, and costs more. No complaints.|
|La Junta –
Mid-Town Motel, 215 E Third Street, 719-384-7741
||The Mid-Town Motel
bills themselves as “The Quiet One” because they are two blocks off
the highway, while all the other motels in town are right on US 50. Of course,
they’re right on the main east-west street through town so there is traffic, but
it’s still quieter. More importantly, the place is clean and well-kept. Our room
even had two recliners. It cost us $46 for one night in May 2007. Incidentally,
for breakfast we recommend the Copper Kitchen, just a few blocks away in downtown,
116 Colorado Avenue. Huevos Rancheros are good.
– Ranch House Inn, 1012 Cherry St., 719-742-5234
||We stayed here in August 2011 and loved the place. Each room is individually decorated in its own theme, the place is clean and roomy, and all the rooms open onto a rear deck. Plus, the price is decent.
– Innd of the Line Bed & Breakfast, 719-486-0557
new B&B opened in June 2007 and we stayed there in July 2007. It was still a
work in progress then; haven’t been back since to see what it is like now. Jane and Bob have a nice place here
and made us feel very welcome. And it’s just a two-block walk to the heart of
downtown.In addition to the very pleasant rooms, it has a great upstairs front
porch where you can look out at the Leadville
Colorado & Southern train station (Innd of the Line – get it?) and
watch the train and passsengers. If you’re into B&Bs, this is a good one.
|Leadville – various
||Leadville is a great destination
and has a good selection of accommodations. There are about a half dozen modest,
older motels in town, one newer and bigger one, one very new and even bigger (more
expensive) one, and the historic old Delaware
Hotel. In addition, there must be about seven bed and breakfasts in this small
town. Reservations are necessary whenever there is an event
going on in town because they all fill up quickly.
|Meeker – Nine Mile Guest Ranch, 9 miles north of Meeker on CO 13, 970-878-4656
|Sparky and Rocky Pappas run a 4-cabin guest ranch that caters to hunters but “in the summer we like to rent our cabins to travelers. We are actually on the highway, not down some bumpy lane, not on some obscure county (or country) road - very easy to find.” Judy and I stayed here in July 2011 and liked it very much. It was quiet and clean and our bed was great. You have to plan ahead for meals considering that you're outside of town. Plus, microwave and fridge are provided but no stove.
Vista – Best
Western Movie Manor, 2830 US Highway 160 W, 719-852-5921
the drive in movie from your room. Restaurant on site is good. Not far from Wolf
Creek Pass and Slumgullion Pass. (Recommendation by Larry H.) The OFMC has stayed
here as well and we liked it, too.
|Montrose – Best
Western Red Arrow, 1702 E Main Street, 970-249-9641 ||Hosted the
2008 Rockies Gold. Very motorcycle friendly. Lots of good riding out of Montrose.
(Recommendation by Larry H.)|
|Montrose – Western Motel, 1200 E Main Street, 970-249-3481
||Tom Hein says, “A relaxing time in the hot tub mixed with a swim in the pool was just the ticket after a long day on the bike. This motel is very bike friendly (homemade pucks are stacked on the registration counter), it was a clean and was walking distance to a microbrewery and other restaurants.”
|New Castle – Econo Lodge, 781 Burning Mountain Ave., 970-984-2363
||OK, this is the Econo Lodge, so that gives you a pretty good idea what to expect. It's perhaps more pertinent to let you know that New Castle is a reasonable option in terms of where to stay along the I-70 corridor, located as it is between Glenwood Springs and Rifle. Plus, the town is nice and they have some good restaurants.
|Oak Creek – Oak Creek Motel, 408 Willow Bend, 970-736-2343
||This is a very nice, clean, friendly place in a very small town just a little south of Steamboat Springs. The OFMC stayed here in July 2015 and liked it a lot. The town has two good restaurants. Rates are very reasonable.
|Ouray – Box
Canyon Lodge, 45 Third Ave., 800-327-5080||The Box Canyon Lodge
and Hot Springs is one of your first lefts coming into town off Red Mountain Pass.
It’s a comfortable, reasonably priced place to stay and has the advantage of having
hot springs on the property.
|Ouray – Ouray Inn, 120 West 6th Ave, 970-325-4445
|Bill Rose says, "The managers do their best to accommodate our two wheeled friends. The manager gave us all the items to grill a rib eye on their grill including plates, silverware, salad bowl/tongs/napkins/seasonings. We had only to go to the butcher shop (recommended by Ouray Inn) and pick out prime steaks that we grilled ourselves and ate in the yard. It was great. They treat all guests well, but seem to really appreciate touring folks staying there. They had us (4 bikers) in rooms next to each and on the 1st floor as requested. It was a perfect holiday (Memorial) weekend." The Ouray Inn was renovated in 2014 so you can expect high-quality accommodations.
|Ouray – Spangler House B&B, 520 2nd Street, 800-486-4096
|Jill and Steven Scheu have off-street parking for motorcycles and have been happy to host many motorcyclists at their bed & breakfast.
|Ouray – Victorian Inn, 50 Third Ave., 970-325-7222
||The rooms were very clean, bedding was wonderful, and a big room! The room included both a king size bed, couch, and refrigerator. We and another couple arrived on our motorcycles and were welcomed by Jan. We were able to park right outside our door and they provided cloths for wiping down the bikes. Two hot tubs were steps away. Jan & Brian Lisk recently bought the hotel and are doing many upgrades. They were very welcoming and friendly. Jan is great for recommendations on restaurants, and the “must sees” in the area. The prices were competitive for the area. Ouray is a beautiful place to visit with a lot of outdoor activities. The Victorian Inn is the perfect place to stay while enjoying it. (Recommendation by Steve and Terie Anderson)
|Pagosa Springs – Private A-frame, 5 miles south of town off U.S. 84
|Larry and Sue have “a cute A-frame” that they let out for short-term rentals, including single nights. Says Larry, “Being an avid motorcyclist, whether dirt, touring, cruising, or even riding a Trail 90, I was hoping to provide inexpensive lodging for fellow riders. The A-frame has a queen upstairs and private bath, two twins in the third floor loft, and a fold-out sofa in the living room with its own bath downstairs. A complete kitchen. Master is still in construction, but the rest is ready to be enjoyed with a large deck and the ability to bring a bike into the living room (pergo flooring) for late evening repairs if need be. Rates are $65 for two, $95 for four or more (sleeping bags on second floor loft work great).” Contact: 970-264-6919 or email@example.com
|Poudre Canyon – The Sportsman's Lodge ,
|This is rustic, with cabins that have cooking facilities but not toilets--those are in a separate building. We stayed here on our 2013 OFMC trip and it was a beautiful setting. No restaurant, but there is a little store where you can buy things to cook. If it’s the kind of thing you’re into it’s a nice place. And very inexpensive!
|Redstone – Redstone Inn,
|This from Gary Tucker: This summer three bikers and I stayed at the Redstone Inn in Redstone, Colorado. We considered this one of the best locations on our 3,800 mile ride from Louisiana, Arizona, Colorado and back. Staff were very friendly and professional. The amenities were also excellent! I’d recommend this stop to all bikers riding through the Colorado countryside.
|Saguache – Big Valley Motel, on the north side of US 825,
719-655-2524||The Big Valley Motel is definitely not a luxury stop, but
if you need a place to spend the night, and/or you like staying in beautiful little
towns, you might like it here. Make no mistake, it’s clean and well kept. It’s
just very basic. They do have a larger room with three beds, though, so that can
be a good thing – it was for us. There’s no air conditioning but it gets
cool enough at night that you don’t really need it.
– Day’s Inn,407
E. Highway 50, 719-539-6651
||This is your basic Day’s Inn, and there are
a lot of other motels on this strip, so take your pick. This one does happen to
be right across the street from a Kawasaki/Polaris shop, if that matters. Anyway,
the place is clean and has all the amenities, including free computer access in
the lobby. We did have a bit of a run-in with the proprietress, so be sure to
nail down the particulars of your reservation in advance.
– Simple Lodge &
Hostel, 224 E. First St., 719-650-7381
||A change of pace here.
This place offers a queen-size private suite with private bath and kitchen for $73, queen-size private rooms with shared bath for $53, and dorm style beds for $21. All guests have access to the full-size kitchen. Located close to bars, shops, and restaurants, the Simple also has hosts who know
the area and are happy to help you plan your rides.
Isabel – The
Lodge at San Isabel, |
CO 165, 719-489-2280
|San Isabel is a
tiny town along CO 165, in the mountains southwest of Pueblo. It's also just about
15 south of Bishop
Castle, one of the more fascinating tourist attractions in the area. The road
itself is well worth riding, and if you're looking for a place to spend the night
you could do a lot worse than the Lodge. Rates range from $65 to $130 per night
and the higher priced rooms hold more people. Meals are available from a connected
|Silverton – Grand Imperial Hotel , 1219 Greene St., 800-341-3340
||As the name implies, this is one of those grand old hotels that has been refurbished and is a welcome change from your basic motel. It’s in the heart of town, on the main drag, and there are restaurants all around. There are no elevators, though, so you do have to lug your gear up and down.
|South Fork – Allington
Inn, 182 East Frontage Rd., 1-800-285-6590||South Fork is a wide
spot in the road before you go up over Wolf Creek Pass and down to Pagosa Springs.
This is one of several motels. It is clean and modern and the lady at the desk
suggested we park our bikes directly out front under the canopy. It definitely
met our description of motorcycle-friendly.|
|South Fork – Wolf Creek Ski Lodge, 31042 W Highway 160, 719-873-1900
||Bob and Sherry Mason recently took over the Wolf Creek Ski Lodge and emailed to let me know that they are definitely biker friendly. I see from their web site that they offer kitchenette units, have a couple hot tubs, and provide no-extra-cost continental breakfast. Plus free Wi-Fi.
|Steamboat Springs – Sheraton Steamboat Resort
||Yes, this is a Sheraton, with all the amenities and such that you would expect from one. They contacted me to say they absolutely are biker-friendly and would I please list them. We’ve stayed there several times, ourselves, and will presumably do so again.
area – Columbine
Cabins||This is my own recommendation. My wife and I have stayed
here and had a great time. This place has a varied collections of cabins, of all
sizes, and it is as close to being in the wilderness as you can get on a paved
road. In fact, the paved road ends here. To get to Columbine, take the turn at
the west end of Steamboat Springs, toward the airport, and keep going.|
Steamboat Springs – Rabbit Ears Motel, 201 Lincoln Avenue, 800-828-7702
|We love our motorcycle riding guests and have a spacious parking lot for our guests’ vehicles. We are also conveniently located walking distance from shops, restaurants, and the hot springs. We are not a chain of corporate hotels. We take pride in 70 years of family-friendly service and have built our business on loyalty and a firm hand shake. We keep our beds comfy and our technology current. Our rooms are clean and inviting and you’ll love the additional perks you get.
|Steamboat Springs – Quality Inn & Suites, 1055 Walton Creek Road, 970-879-6669
||Here’s what the folks at this hotel have to say: Quality Inn & Suites is a Biker Friendly Hotel with great amenities and a complimentary Hot Breakfast & Continental Breakfast Items. We would like to see more travelers on motorcycles at our property to make sure your stay is comfortable and you are well rested for your road trip.
|Telluride – Aspen Street Inn, 330 W. Pacific Avenue, 888-893-0158
||Chris Esch says all their Telluride properties are biker-friendly. This one offers covered parking ona first-come, first-served basis for a small fee. A total of 17 rooms in this B&B.
|Telluride – Bear Creek Lodge, 135 San Joaquin Road, Mountain Village, 800-778-8581
||Chris Esch contacted me to let me know the Bear Creek Lodge is biker friendly and has complimentary covered garage parking, bike washing facilities, and much more.
|Telluride – Fall Line Condominiums, 210 South Pine St., 866-728-4274
||In ski resorts, condos are often a better option than motels, and the Fall Line, in Telluride, is right in the heart of town. It’s nice, each room has a balcony, and they have some units that will hold more than two. Be very careful with your reservations. They got ours all screwed up and it took a lot of straightening out once we arrived.
|Telluride – Manitou Lodge , 333 South Fir St., 877-358-7122
||Eleven rooms in this B&B. Situated on the San Miguel River. All the expected amenities.
|Telluride – Mountainside Inn , 333 South Davis St., 970- 728-1950
||Kitchenettes available, 79 rooms in all. Hot tub and all the usuals.
|Walden – North Park Inn & Suites, 625 Main St., 970-723-4271, ext. 6
||A new building with 18 additional units and custom hot tub. Most rooms have a kitchen with refrigerator, stove, plates, cups, silverware, pots, pans, utensils, kitchen table, and chairs. Interested in expanding their motorcyclist trade.
|Westcliffe – Courtyard Country Inn Bed & Breakfast, 410 Main Street,
|John and Mo are the innkeepers at this mountain town B&B. According to their site, “All rooms offer private baths, the comfort of European feather mattresses and the warmth of duvets. Fresh ground coffee and a full breakfast are provided complimentary each morning.” They have asked to be included here so obviously they are amenable to motorcycles and motorcyclists.
|Woodland Park – Elwell’s Guest Cabins, 2220 Lee Circle Drive, 719-687-9838
||John Wood says “Absolutely I’d recommend” Elwell’s Guest Cabins in Woodland Park. He and other sidecar racers stayed there during the week of the Pikes Peak International Hill Climb in 2010 and had a good stay. As for being motorcycle-friendly, John reports that it was fine with the manager for them to work on their bikes and even offered the use of his shop. This is a 2-unit place, with a 2-bedroom house and a small cabin.