Built in the late 1800s as a stagecoach stop, the Alps Boulder Canyon Inn is a luxurious boutique bed and breakfast inn that provides a quintessential Boulder experience. Surrounded by the natural beauty of Boulder's mountain parks, the Alps Boulder Canyon Inn is a short drive from the center of downtown Boulder, CO and all it has to offer.
The charming, low-key guesthouse features 12 well-appointed, individually decorated rooms with comfortable mountain-style décor and authentic Mission furnishings, private bathrooms with rainfall showers and whirlpool tubs, and secluded balconies with spectacular views. Upscale amenities include a delicious complimentary cooked breakfast every morning, afternoon tea and homemade snacks, and sweet treats in the evening. The Inn has a business center with an Internet-equipped computer and printing, copying and faxing services, and a communal patio with breathtaking panoramic views.
The Alps Boulder Canyon Inn features 12 well-appointed, individually decorated rooms with comfortable mountain-style décor and authentic Mission furnishings, king or queen-size pillow-top beds dressed in luxurious 600-thread-count Egyptian cotton linens, hypoallergenic comforters and pillows, and en-suite bathrooms with showers, antique claw-footed tubs or two-person whirlpools, thick towels, bathrobes, and L'Occitane bath/spa amenities. French doors open onto private balconies with spectacular mountain views and modern in-room conveniences include air-conditioning, ceiling fans, flat-screen televisions with cable channels, DVD/VCR/CD players, digital telephones including voice mail services, and complimentary wireless Internet. Guests are indulged Godiva turndown chocolates at their bedside each evening, and some rooms have sitting areas with armchairs and ornate wood-burning fireplaces.
A full breakfast is served every morning in the dining room and includes freshly baked bread, pastries and seasonal fruit, hot and cold cereals, hot and cold entrées, signature dishes, and freshly brewed coffee, tea, and juices.
Amenities and Recreation
Deluxe amenities at the Alps Boulder Canyon Inn include a delicious complimentary cooked breakfast every morning, afternoon tea and homemade snacks, and sweet treats in the evening. The Inn has a business center with an Internet-equipped computer and printing, copying and faxing services, and a communal patio with breathtaking panoramic views.
Weddings & Events
The Alps Boulder Canyon Inn offers a beautiful venue for special celebrations and gatherings, such as weddings, elopements, rehearsal dinners, and honeymoons. In addition to comfortable accommodations, homemade cuisine, and attractive amenities, the Inn also offers a professional team of event planners who will take care of all the details and a preferred list of vendors.
The town of Boulder offers a wealth of things to see and do from arts and cultural attractions to outdoor and recreational activities.
Visit the Eldorado Canyon, State Park. One of Boulder County’s most spectacular natural treasures, Eldorado Canyon State Park is an outdoor-lovers’ paradise and has something for everyone. From hiking along the magnificent sandstone cliffs to fishing in the South Boulder Creek, this day-only park is frequented by locals and tourists who come to take in the breathtaking scenery year-round. Eldorado Canyon State Park is home to some of the best rock climbing in the world and offers over 1000 technical rock climbing routes in and around its ‘golden cliffs.' But it’s not only climbing that draws the crowds. South Boulder Creek is ideal for fishing, paddling, swimming and picnicking during the warm summer months while winter sees cross-country skiers and snow hikers enjoying the scenery. The state park is open during daylight hours only, and visitors must leave before dusk. There is a small entrance fee to the park and is best experienced in the colder months without the crowds.
Experience Colorado’s unique and delicious cuisine with a fun-filled foodie tour. Local Table Tours is a food tour and event company that offers a variety of culinary tours and experiences around Boulder. Food tours are led by local foodies with a passion for Boulder and its culinary delights, and visit places such as The Source, one of Denver’s one-stop foodie spots, where gourmands and food lovers can taste their way through a variety of esteemed establishments, including Mondo Market, Acorn, and Comida. Local Table Tours also offer cocktail tours for those who want to appreciate the art of cocktail making, with private cocktail classes and plenty of samplings. Other tipple tours include visits to the Crooked Stave Artisan Beer Project and Proper Pour to savor some of Denver’s best-handcrafted beer and other beverages. Tours are generally between 1-2 hours, and comfortable walking shoes are recommended.
Founded in 1972, Boulder Museum of Contemporary Art (BMOCA) is a dynamic art museum that explores and presents significant contemporary art of our time. Aiming to educate and inspire creative experiences and exploration through regional, national and international exhibitions, presentations and performances, BMOCA plays host to contemporary art exhibitions and events throughout the year. Currently located in a 1906 historic landmark building in Downtown Boulder, the museum also presents a wealth of informative, educational programs for audiences of all ages and interests, such as ‘Media Live,' ‘Summer Games’, and ‘Your Brain on Art.'
38619 Boulder Canyon Drive, Boulder, CO 80302, Phone: 303-444-5445