Fact Sheet



  • 160 individually decorated guest rooms and suites
  • All rooms and common areas are non-smoking

Guest Amenities:

  • The Emporium gift shop in the lobby offers sundries, souvenirs, and clothing and is open seven days a week
  • 24 hour business center – complimentary to our guests
  • Wireless Internet is available throughout the hotel, including guest rooms, at no cost
  • Fitness facilities and Boulder yoga classes are available complimentary for our guests at One Boulder Fitness
  • Spa, salon, and massage appointments may be arranged through the hotel’s concierge
  • 24 hour front desk assistance for all your needs
  • Copy, fax, and shipping services are available via the front desk at an additional cost

Meeting and Event Space:

  • 10,000 total square feet in Boulder meeting space and celebration space
  • Ranging in size from 375 to 2,800 square feet
  • Our historic mezzanine is Boulder’s most memorable space for wedding receptions, parties and events
  • Our Boulder Events Center has a modern ballroom facility with private pre-function areas and outdoor courtyard


  • Spruce Farm & Fish in the lobby provides upscale dining for breakfast, lunch, happy hour and dinner
  • The Corner Bar offers lunch, dinner and late bites in a relaxed environment with outdoor patio seating – recognized as “One of the Ten Best Patios” in Boulder
  • License No. 1 in the lower level of the hotel is an upscale speakeasy-inspired lounge offering hand-crafted cocktails made with local ingredients and live entertainment
  • In-room dining is available from 6:45am to 11:45pm

Pet Policy:

  • No pets allowed. Service dogs are accommodated with prior notice to your reservation.


  • The hotel only offers valet parking on site. Parking is available for $1.25 per hour with a two-hour minimum, or $10 per night for overnight guests.  This is the same cost as public parking garages or on-street parking.
  • Two municipal garages are located within two blocks as well as metered street parking

Year Established:

  • The Hotel Boulderado opened on New Year’s Day 1909