Lodging & Accommodations

Colorado Lodging & Accommodations

Big blue skies, wide open spaces, and majestic mountains— Colorado has it all. With so much to choose from, finding the right accommodations can be difficult. Where should you stay? Should you save or should you splurge? Can you find something with enough room for everyone? We’re here to help! Whether you’re looking for a luxury hotel suite or a rustic cabin in the woods, we have something that’s perfect for you. No matter the location, activity, or budget, ColoradoInfo.com is your source for Colorado’s best hotels and rentals.

If you're looking for an RV or tent site or a rental yurt, covered wagon, tepee, or cabin, check out the Colorado campgrounds

If you’re traveling with family:

Estes Park

Colorado is fun for all ages, and a trip to Estes Park is sure to be a hit! Home to Rocky Mountain National Park and the world-famous Stanley Hotel, Estes Park is great for outdoor adventurers and thrill-seekers alike. Kick back and relax in a gorgeous riverfront cabin at or get some rest at the some of our more budget-friendly options.

Royal Gorge

Travel back in time in Cañon City! This unique town is known for its offbeat attractions and fun-for-all-ages atmosphere.There’s something for the whole family to enjoy. Cañon City boasts a variety of family-friendly hotels, cabins, and campsites. Treat yourself to a stay in a glamorous cabin, wash away the day in one of many family-friendly hotels, or pitch a tent and sleep under the stars.

If you’re a skier:

We’re known for our ski slopes, and for good reason! Colorado is home to 25 ski resorts tailored to all skill levels. No matter where you are, a world-class ski resort is just around the corner. Not sure where to begin? Here are some local favorites.

Aspen

Aspen Snowmass is a stunning ski resort loved by celebrities, adrenaline junkies, and everyone in between. The resort’s four mountains offer a variety of runs for a variety of experience levels. Not much of a skier? Get your kicks on the new Breathtaker Alpine Coaster! This one-of-a-kind roller coaster weaves through Aspen’s lush forests at breakneck speeds of up to 28 miles per hour. Done for the day? Treat yourself to some European-style living or relax in a quaint lodge in the heart of Aspen.

Breckenridge

Shred some powder at one of Breckenridge Ski Resort’s 127 trails and kick off the night with a drink, some live music, and bar games! Rest up after a long day of play in a private townhome, ski up to your room with an on-slope condo, or curl at a homey lodge. Don’t want to leave? We don’t blame you. Reserve a fully-furnished cabin for an extended stay.

Copper Mountain

At 12,313 feet above sea level, Copper Mountain is Colorado’s second highest ski resort. It’s also one of the most affordable! Thanks to its low prices and close proximity to Denver, Copper mountain is particularly popular amongst families.

There are plenty of inexpensive lodging options a stone’s throw away from Copper Mountain, offering a wide variety of amenities and prices that won’t break the bank. You’ll enjoy free wifi, complimentary continental breakfast, transportation to local hotspots, and more!

Keystone

Nestled in the Rockies, Keystone Resort is a short drive away from Copper Mountain, Breckenridge, Frisco, and Arapahoe Basin. Reserve your spot at an affordable luxury suite for a five-star experience on a three-star budget.

Vail

When people think of Colorado skiing, they think Vail. With an incredible 5,289 skiable acres, Vail Mountain is Colorado’s largest ski resort and home to some of the state’s most beautiful views. Book a room at a world-renowned condo for a stay that’s fit for a king (or queen!). Traveling with the whole gang? Family-friendly rooms are a great option for large groups or groups with children. 

If you’re an outdoor enthusiast:

Ouray

Aptly named “the Switzerland of America,” Ouray is the pinnacle of mountainous Colorado beauty. This little town, surrounded by towering mountains and thick, vibrant forests has earned its reputation as one of the most beautiful places in the world. As the “outdoor capital of Colorado”, Ouray is a must-visit location for adventure sports. Ouray’s abundance of hiking trails, off-roading trails, and rafting-friendly rivers are just part of what makes Ouray so fantastic.
Don’t let its small size fool you— Ouray lodging is the best of the best. Home to a variety of charming inns, Ouray is perfect for a romantic getaway. If you’re traveling with family or a larger party, check out the great deals on two-room family suites.

Frisco

Frisco is an outdoor lover’s paradise. Located between Copper Mountain, Keystone, and Arapahoe, this charming town provides easy access to some of the state’s best recreation. Try out some tubing, go sailing , or break a sweat with some frisbee golf and mountain biking. Frisco’s close proximity to Colorado ski resorts has made it a hot spot for tourists looking for lodging in a more affordable, laid-back place. For a taste of luxury living, reserve your spot at one of many high-end properties. 

If you’re a foodie…

Food is serious business here in the centennial state. Our restaurants are as scrumptious as they are plentiful— no matter where you are, you’re sure to find a delicious dining experience.

Durango

For a unique blend of authentic old west flair and Victorian sensibility, Durango is a place to be. You’ll get a glimpse into days long gone at one of the many bars and taverns. Looking to expand your horizons? Try out some adventurous eating at one of Durango’s delicious international restaurants.

When it’s time to get some sleep, Durango’s many hotels and vacation rentals will guarantee a cozy stay. Live like nobility at a historic downtown hotel, and learn more about Durango’s storied past.

If modern lodging is more your style, stop by Durango’s economy hotels for complimentary breakfast, satellite television, and more.

Silverton

At many Silverton  restaurants, food is a window into the past. You’ll get some edible insight with unique food choices unlike anything you’ve ever had. If you’re a fan of American food, you’re sure to find that, too. Turn in at the one of Silverton’s unique accommodations for a modern stay with an old west edge.

If you’re going camping:

Colorado is the perfect place for the wilderness adventure of a lifetime. Whether you’re looking for tent campsites, RV campsites, rental yurts, rental cabins, or even covered wagons, you’ll find it here.

Western Slope

The western slope, home to Durango, Fruita, Grand Junction, Silverton, and Telluride, boasts some of the best Colorado campgrounds the state has to offer. Drive out to a family-friendly RV park, or, if you’re more traditional, you can pitch your tent at one of the western slope’s picturesque fishing-friendly campgrounds.

Central Mountains

You’ll find Aspen, Breckenridge, Keystone, and Vail in Colorado’s central mountains. The central mountains aren’t winter-only vacation spots— they have a lot to offer in the summer, too! Warm summer days are best spent camping or roughing it in a rugged, woodland cabin.

Front Range & Plains

Venture out to the front range to visit Boulder, Denver, Estes Park, and Fort Collins. There’s no better place to set up camp than front range’s vast expanses of open land. Reconnect with nature at the tent and RV campsites scattered throughout the area.

For more information, browse the lodging & accommodations page for a complete list of Colorado’s best hotels, rentals, and campgrounds.