Located in the center of downtown, this lodge was once the headquarters of the Croatian Fraternal Union of America. The property has five one-bedroom guest accommodations, which feature exposed wood beams, jute rugs and steam showers. There is also a bunkroom with a connecting bedroom that can accommodate up to seven children in two- and three-story bunk beds. All lodgings have in-room oxygen systems that help mitigate the effects of the high altitude and make it easier to sleep. Though there is no on-site restaurant, the property does provide an indoor saltwater swimming pool, a gym with a sauna, a rooftop hot tub and a small bar. The hotel’s atmosphere of ease and comfort comes as much from the efficient and affable service as it does the lodgings.
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Lowest Rate: Beckwith, $570; Editor’s Choice: Red Lady, $840.
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