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Was a bit anxious about a renovated old hotel in an out-of-the way place, but was very pleased with the accommodations and extremely impressed with both the food and service in the dining room--better on both accounts than than many urban fine dining restaurants I've...More
They have done a great job of renovating this old hotel in the center of town. We had a large king room. Met our requirements of clean, quiet, and safe. If you're in the area of Del Norte, I would highly recommend you check this...More
I really like old hotels that have been renovated. Not overly fancy. But just brought back to the way they were before they became derelict. It appears that the Windsor Hotel in Del Norte is such a place. I booked it hoping that it would...More
We stayed at the Windsor in Del Norte, on our way down to Mesa Verde. This is about four hours from the Denver metro area, and seemed a good place to stop overnight. The Windsor rooms have been very nicely renovated with period furniture, but...More
This is one of Colorado's oldest hotels, and it was saved from destruction just hours before its scheduled demolition. It has been lovingly restored and the townspeople had a hand in every step of its renovation. Now it is bright and sunny with comfortable rooms,...More
We do have a patio area which is a great place to be in the summer. This time of the year, it can still be cool out there, but you are welcome to enjoy it if the conditions are to your liking.
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Although the answer should come from TripAdvisor. My thoughts: The TripAdvisor reviews all comments before publishing. Depending on the volume, it may take quite a few days before a review is published on line. I have had reviews published as long as 2 weeks after my submission. Hope you enjoyed the Hotel and perhaps the dinner as much as we did.