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Originally Cripple Creek High School, the school was transformed into a small hotel in 1983 by Ted Heiliger and his family. Today, the 18th century building still maintains its high ceilings and stained glass for a truly unique getaway. In fact, the whole area is rich with pioneer history! Come and discover it today.... more
Outlook Lodge has retained its original 1889 Victorian era charm through period furnishings, a classic wrap-around porch and a beautiful garden. They also have Tallulah – the 1923 Buick touring car! Enjoy your Green Mountain Falls, CO trip in style!... more
Rainbow Lodge and Inn is located just minutes from a plethora of historic Colorado attractions. Check out Pike's Peak - the most visited mountain in North America! Or visit the Garden of the Gods - custom Native American souvenirs are the highlight!... more
Built in 1918 and rooted in the genius of the Penrose family, The Broadmoor overlooks an area that was once a North-South train line that transported troops in Spanish American War. The original building is still here, recently renovated, maintaining its Italianesque beauty and its status as the center of true luxury.... more
The Historic Chipita Lodge sits as the base of Colorado’s Pikes Peak. Built in 1927 of native logs and stone the lodge has been carefully restored and converted to a rustic and beautiful bed and breakfast! Call today to inquire. ... more
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... more
Originally known as New Collins, the Imperial Hotel has gone through many transformations since its start in the early 1900s. Despite its changes, it continues to be a charming Cripple Creek destination for travelers of all ages.... more