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A living museum and a cozy, fun place to stay in a lovely town on Clear Creek. I enjoyed President Hoover's suite, and looked at the other historic rooms. Butch Cassidy, Teddy Roosevelt, and Calamity Jane stayed here. If the Old West appeals to you,...More
The hotel and saloon are great to walk through and investigate - real old time (1880's) feeling. We were there on a Sunday and there were pickup blue grass musicians playing. We came back in the evening and ate there. Food was good and waitress...More
Great place to stay, full of history. We stayed in the Herbert Hover Suite and it was really nice. We were able to walk around the whole hotel and see some of the other rooms. They are all name after someone who stayed there years...More
This is a museum and restaurant. A must for history buffs. The staff was very attentive and professional. The rates were a steal. My room was comfortable and quiet. Everything worked perfectly. Area of buffalo is dreamy. The food was superb. Had the chicken and...More
My husband and I stayed here for one night while road tripping for our one year wedding anniversary. We are a younger couple with old souls and loved this place. The staff was super friendly, the hotel was gorgeous and full of rich history, the...More
I don't think it does. However, it does have two or three rooms on the ground floor. We stayed on the ground floor and could look out at the steam running by. The bar and restaurant are connected to the main floor so you... More
I don't think it does. However, it does have two or three rooms on the ground floor. We stayed on the ground floor and could look out at the steam running by. The bar and restaurant are connected to the main floor so you wouldn't have steps or have to go outside. Hope this helps!
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"Pick a room near the creek and upstairs for quiet."