• Group code: call 800-233-8469 and reference code " ROME"
• Arrival Date: Wednesday, August 10th, 2016
• Departure Date: Sunday, August 14th, 2016
• Group Rates: $154 for a room with one King bed up to 2 adults, 2 children per room; $159 for a room with two queen beds up to 2 adults, 2 children per room
Prominently located directly across from the University of Colorado , the Boulder Inn gives guests easy access to the city’s principal attractions, premier shopping, and fabulous dining. Stylish, well-appointed rooms reflect a gracious ambiance, found throughout the hotel.
During your visit, enjoy our complimentary hot breakfast, free in-room high speed internet access, 40 inch LCD tvs with 60 HD channels, and 24-hour business center. Relax poolside and watch the sunlight bounce off colorful mountain peaks, or have our staff make a tee time at the nearby Hale Irwin signature golf course. Other guest facilities include hot tub, sauna, fitness facility, and conference center.
Our multilingual staff is well known for exceptional personalized service to both business and leisure guests. Unmatched levels of courtesy and comfort, coupled with the captivating backdrop of the majestic Rocky Mountains, will guarantee your perfect stay.
Check in: 3:00 PM Check out: 11:00 AM
Complimentary hot breakfast served 6:30 AM to 10:00 AM – Includes: scrambled eggs, bacon, sausage, juices, 3 cereals, English muffins, bagels, doughnuts, assorted fresh fruit, and coffee.
Pictures of the hotel are located at www.boulderinn.com
Transportation to The Boulder inn
- Follow Airport Exit signs to Pena Blvd. After 9.7 miles, Pena Blvd. merges into
- From I-70 W - Take the I-270 N Exit (exit number 279) toward Fort Collins.
- Merge onto US-36 W - Take Baseline Rd. Exit - Stay in middle lane after exit.
- Go straight through the light onto Frontage Rd. Hotel is one block on the right.
Estimated Time: Approx. 48 Minutes (Allow an hour during peak traffic times)
Estimated Total Distance: 45 Miles
RTD Bus service – drops off ½ mile from the hotel
($13 each way)
Boulder Green Ride Shuttle – to the front door of the hotel
$27 each way / $50 round trip
Rental Car Agencies Located at the Denver International Airport
Things to do in Boulder during Summer
The Colorado Shakespeare Festival has been named as one of the top three Shakespeare festivals in the nation by TIME Magazine. Under the stars on the University of Colorado campus: www.coloradoshakes.org
Boulder's summer classic music festival at the historic Chautauqua park http://www.coloradomusicfest.org
The largest friendliest farmers market in Colorado in the heart of downtown Boulder. http://boulderfarmers.org/
The Boulder Museum of Contemporary Art http://www.bmoca.org
The Dushanbe Teahouse, the only structure of its kind in the Western Hemisphere. The stunning teahouse was given to the city of Boulder by its sister city of Dushanbe, Tajikistan as a symbol of U.S. and Soviet relations. In downtown Boulder, open daily for breakfast, lunch and dinner. www.BoulderTeaHouse.com
The Boulder Outdoor Cinema - Movies under the stars on a beautiful Boulder night http://boulderoutdoorcinema.com
Boulder's only professional resident theatre http://www.nomadstage.com
(This is decently far from campus, so plan to take the bus or to rent a bike or a car.)
A wise person would have a car to do this, but Boulder environs offer many fantastic places to go camping. Bring your own tent and emerge refreshed every day for the conference.
"Various locations near Nederland and Ward
Call (800) 280-CAMP for more information.
"In the mountains high above Boulder are a variety of National Forest campgrounds. Note that at elevations greater than 8000 feet, summer afternoon showers are common and nights can be rather chilly — please plan accordingly. Popular campsites include the Kelly-Dahl campground, located three miles south of Nederland on Highway 119 (map); the Pawnee Campground, located at Brainard Lake near Ward (map); and the Peacefully Valley/Camp Dick campground, 18 miles north of Nederland on Highway 72 (map). These campgrounds charge a US Forest Service fee (plus a Brainard Lake fee at Pawnee). Most sites fill up during peak seasonal times."