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321 Victor Ave, Victor, CO 80860
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The Historic Victor Hotel is located in the epicenter of gold mining and Colorado's rich heritage. Come discover Victor Colorado. The last undiscovered Colorado Mountain town. The Victor Hotel is a registered Historic Landmark due to its significance of architecture and visitors for its time. Come relax and enjoy our beautiful mountain views. Our 10 guest rooms feature 14 foot vaulted ceilings with exposed brick and large windows. The Victor Hotel is the only hotel in Victor with all of its rooms featuring private en suite bathrooms. A luxury for its time! Enjoy food and libations at The Side Door Restaurant and Lounge. We do have room service available upon request. During special event we even have live entertainment. The Victor Hotel is just 5 short miles from Cripple Creek which features legal gambling. There are many activities for adventure enthusiasts such as fishing, hiking, mining tours, jeeping to name a few.
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NeilRocks wrote a review May 2021
Denver, Colorado416 contributions230 helpful votes
What an amazing stay! This hotel is historic in a town full of gold-mining history. Our room on the top floor was spacious with antique, Victorian, one-of-a-kind furniture and furnishings. Cable television with many stations to select from. Super-clean! Refrigerator, microwave, coffee maker, and coffee/tea provided inside the room. Coffee is also available in the lobby. Town is very quiet during the evening hours so you will sleep very well. Hotel has an awesome bird-cage elevator that complements the facility. Restaurant/bar is within the hotel and serves tasty meals. This is a must-stay hotel! Thank you for an incredible evening!
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Date of stay: May 2021
Victor S wrote a review Nov. 2020
1 contribution1 helpful vote
I didn’t realize the Victor hotel was haunted until we checked in for four days. We had a very interesting second night there. You will just have to go and spend the night there to understand what I’m talking about. The only staff person there was so very nice and accommodating young lady. I will rate her as a ten. She guided us through all of our adventures. This is a hidden gem, I highly recommend this hotel. We had a great four days there.
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Date of stay: November 2020Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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StregaGrigia wrote a review Oct. 2020
New Haven, Connecticut2 contributions1 helpful vote
Called on the 16th asking if Rm 406 was available for the night of the 31st. Was very clear that I Specifically wanted Rm 406. Was told it was & so reserved the room and made happy plans for the weekend & soaking in that famous bathtub. Drove more than an hour only to learn that the room had been given to someone else. To add insult to injury ~ it was next to impossible to contact the concierge ... one person, front desk not tended, a contact number that might or might not work ... I had to sit around a total of almost two hours first getting ANY service and then learning that my room had been let to someone else & I’d been left w/ one Nowhere Near as Nice & my only choice was between sucking it up or turning around & driving home. The time, the fuel, the ruined weekend ... no offer of reducing the price on the screwed up registration & downgraded room. “I’m sorry” DOES NOTHING to “fix” an weeks of anticipation & an entire weekend ruined. If I had been told on the 16th that the room I wanted for the 31st was not available, I would have made different plans for that very special weekend. I do not believe it was an accident and, if it was, it is the worst service I’ve had in any hotel in the US or elsewhere in 35 years. 🤬🤬🤬🤬🤬
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Date of stay: October 2020Trip type: Travelled solo
Stacey F wrote a review Sep. 2020
Pueblo West, Colorado10 contributions1 helpful vote
We went to Victor for our first night away from baby, and were thrilled with the Victor Hotel. Our room was clean and comfortable, with a beautiful view and no noise at night. As the hotel is 120+ years old, we expected quirks such as finicky water temperature, but they didn’t bother us in the least. The birdcage elevator was like a mini attraction every time we went to and from the room!
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Date of stay: September 2020Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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ColoradoGirl74 wrote a review Aug. 2020
Colorado Springs, Colorado275 contributions125 helpful votes
Let's start with my arrival. No one at the front desk but there is a note to call a number and find the employee. So I try this but for some reason the number is not going through on my cell phone. Look around there's a noisy crowd listening to heavy metal music up in the restaurant area and a old biker dude wandering around the lobby adjusting the floor lamp. After looking around awhile, waiting, calling I finally ask this guy if he works there or knows how to get an employee so I can check into my room. He points to an old gentleman sitting up in the bar hanging out with customers. So I trek myself up the stairs and ask him if he could help me get in touch with the employee at the front desk. He seems rather uninterested but says he would. I stand around and wait another 20 minutes, at least and finally this employee comes in from outside and looks at me and says in a seemingly annoyed voice, but maybe he was just busy, "Are you needing to check in?" And I said, "Yes." And he said, rather annoyed again, "You should have called the number on the desk here." In which I replied, "I did, couldn't get through." At this point I'm annoyed there is no "house phone" that can be used for this purpose!! He checks me in, rather quickly, no, "Welcome to Victor." or friendly banter. Just gives me a key and really quickly tells me about the wi-fi, locked hotel after 8pm, and the restaurant hours. I ask him if he knew anything about the trails that go up to the mines (the easy ones right off the main part of town) and he didn't know squat about the area, told me to look it up. Good grief. Finally, got my keys and was able to check in. The bird cage elevator is pretty cool. The room overall was okay. it's not really decorated in the style it should be for the time period. Boring oak furniture. Old, pinkish carpet. The bathroom is in need of an update. I was expecting a claw foot tub but only got older style plastic wrapped type of shower and bath tub, nothing stood out to me in the room except for the cool brick wall, windows and old heating unit. NO PHONES IN ROOM!! People in other reviews said there was room service. Well, how can you order it? There was no "welcome" book in the room that told you about things to do in the area, hotel rules, menu from the restaurant, etc. etc. Nothing. We ate in the restaurant (should be a separate review I'll write one later) and will say that the wait staff works hard but it took nearly an hour for our food to get to us. Also, no one seemed to care about wearing a mask. Many people in and off the street would come in and no mask. In the restaurant the waitresses were not really adhering to it either. I have NO IDEA if my room was properly cleaned or not. They say they take precautions but who knows. Several people from the bar area would leave the bar and not have masks on and go outside to smoke. None of the bikers bothered wearing masks into the building. I get that once you start eating or are having a drink you can take it off, but no one seemed bothered with them at all. Check out was non eventful. Employee at the desk wasn't over friendly, didn't even ask how my stay was. I just gave him the key and said I was checking out of room 408. I love historic hotels. I have a list of ones I want to stay in and many I have already stayed in. I love Victor and really wanted to love the Victor Hotel. In a way I liked the hotel I just wish there was more going on with it and that the staff seemed to give a damn.
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Date of stay: August 2020
US$55 - US$118 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Frequently Asked Questions about The Victor Hotel
Which popular attractions are close to The Victor Hotel?
Nearby attractions include Mollie Kathleen Gold Mine (5.0 km), The Butte Theater (5.2 km), and Outlaw and Lawmen Jail Museum (5.3 km).
What are some of the property amenities at The Victor Hotel?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include free wifi, free parking, and meeting rooms.
Is parking available at The Victor Hotel?
Yes, free parking and street parking are available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to The Victor Hotel?
Conveniently located restaurants include Gold Camp Bakery, Home Cafe, and Cripple Creek Candy and Variety.
Is The Victor Hotel located near the city centre?
Yes, it is 0.03 km away from the centre of Victor.
Does The Victor Hotel offer any business services?
Yes, guests have access to meeting rooms and a banquet room during their stay.
Are there any historical sites close to The Victor Hotel?
Many travellers enjoy visiting Old Homestead House Museum (4.9 km).