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Chautauqua Park Hotel & Travel Guide
Chautauqua Park is one of those fantastic attractions that will be sure to stay in your memory well after your trip has come to an end.
Boulder, the city where you can find it, is a well-loved place to visit no matter what the season.
There's a good selection of 11 hotels within 2 miles (3 kilometers) of Chautauqua Park, but it still pays to book ahead of time. Just 1 mile (2 kilometers) away, you can get some rest at the Hotel Boulderado. A couple of other places are the Boulder Marriott, 2 miles (3 kilometers) away, and the Colorado Chautauqua, 0.2 miles (0.3 kilometers) away.
If you are just looking for a nice bed to lay your head on, look into the handful of inexpensive hotels that are a quick drive away. The Boulder Adventure Lodge and the Boulder - Days Inn are worth considering.
There aren't a lot of luxurious hotels close by, aside from the St Julien Hotel and Spa, which is a mere 1 mile (2 kilometers) away.
Whether it's an expertly made coffee or a sugar-laden sweet, there'll be something to entice your taste buds at Alpine Modern Cafe (904 College Avenue, Boulder). If you need slightly more on your plate, Chautauqua Dining Hall (900 Baseline Road, Boulder) is a good choice.
Other Things to Do Near Chautauqua ParkYou've come a long way, and no doubt Chautauqua Park won't be the only thing on your itinerary. Once you've taken it in, investigate what the rest of the area has to offer:
- If you're a history buff, stop at Colorado Chautauqua and find out why it's so culturally important.
- Geologically shaped over many thousands of years, the unique natural beauty of Flatirons makes for a memorable excursion.
- An outing to Boulder History Museum, a well-respected history museum, is always sure to be fun and educational.
- Enjoy a memorable evening out with a fun concert at Fox Theater.
- Have a look at the enlightening exhibitions that are displayed at CU Museum of Natural History.