The Perfect Sampling of 1899 History
In the heart of downtown Victor, Colorado, you'll find an establishment that's been around since just before 1900. At one time the building served as the town's bank, but now it's one of the premier lodging options: The Victor Hotel. After receiving a $2 million renovation in 1992, the building still holds onto its historical charms and Victorian style. Ten rooms feature free wireless internet, cable television, private bathrooms, and authentic 1890's brick architecture. Outdoor enthusiasts will love the close proximity to Cripple Creek, while enjoy breathtaking view of the Rocky Mountains throughout your stay. Come experience the rich tradition you'll only find at The Victor Hotel in South Central Colorado.
- Restaurant Onsite
- Pets Allowed
- Property Size 10 units
- Conference Facility
- Kids Allowed
- Nearby City Victor
- Nearby Water Wilson Creek
- Open Dates All Year
The town of Victor established in 1891 during the Colorado mining boom. The Victor Hotel served as the town's bank in 1891 and is known for being the town's largest building as well. The four-story Victorian Style property features authentic 1890's brick and is surrounded by the natural beauty of Cripple Creek, located just six miles from the hotel. Learn more about the hotel's history, as well as the history of Victor during your stay!
- Free Parking
- Butts AAF (Fort Carson) Air Field (FCS) / 20.8 miles
- USAF Academy Airfield (AFF) / 25.2 miles
- City of Colorado Springs Municipal Airport (COS) / 24.6 miles
* Not all airports listed here may be open to public use, or service commercial flights