In southwestern Colorado sits a lovely, long-standing landmark called the Beaumont Hotel. Built in 1886, abandoned from 1967 to 1998 and restored from 1998 to 2003, this hotel in Ouray has enjoyed the company of many famous guests, such as President Theodore Roosevelt, Angie Dickinson and Oprah Winfrey, but guests of all walks of life are treated like royalty. Each room is unique and has historic charm that harmonizes with modern touches, such as wireless internet access, flat-panel televisions and luxurious bathrobes.
Get out and enjoy the many outdoor winter activities in the area, such as skiing, ice skating, snowmobiling and Sno-Cat tours. Or book a session at the spa and take in the spectacular views of Cascade Falls, Twin Peaks and Mount Abrams afterward while you relax. For more information, call 970-325-7000 or visit beaumonthotel.com.