Colorado Room

Colorado Room

The Colorado room is a one of our larger rooms  here at The Currier Inn – on the second floor.

 

 

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The Currier Inn – The Colorado Room

The king-size bed is made from solid oak and iron, and is dressed in a charming quilt. An old fashioned claw-foot tub graces the corner of the room and creates a real sense of the old West. There is a separate toilet and a glass-door shower for those guests that prefer a little more privacy. A period roll-top desk offers a practical work area for the business traveler. A brand new flat-screen LED television is wall-mounted and fully adjustable for comfortable viewing.

The eclectic mix of furniture includes an oak wardrobe, night stands, console table and a comfortable armchair, perfect for reading. The Colorado room gives the feeling of seclusion from the real world by offering simplicity and atmosphere.

This room is large enough to accommodate an extra person (upon request for an additional charge).

 

 

 

 

Breakfasts are just as important as the beds!

We take breakfast very seriously at The Currier Inn.  We do our best to serve our fully cooked breakfast to you at your convenience, so if you have an early morning start or want to sleep in we do our best to accommodate you.  The coffee pot is prepped and ready to go for those who must have that first cup right away. Even if you have to leave at the crack of dawn, we”ll send you on your way with a breakfast-to-go if you let us know.

 

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  The Currier inn – The Colorado Roo

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The Currier Inn – The Colorado Room

A Snippet of Colorado History:

Colorado became the 38th state on August 1, 1876, some six years after the Union Colony formation. Prior to that date it was known as the Colorado Territory. Colorado means “red” in Spanish, which is an obvious name for the territory considering the many red-rock themed attractions, including the world-famous Red Rocks amphitheater.

Some Colorado Fun Facts:

  • Its nickname is “The Centennial State.”
  • Its motto is “Nil Sine Humine,” meaning “Nothing without providence.”
  • Its state flower is the Rocky Mountain Columbine
  • Its state bird is the Lark Bunting
  • Its state tree is the Colorado Blue Spruce

Famous Coloradans include: The “unsinkable” Molly Brown, Scott Carpenter, Mamie Eisenhower, Douglas Fairbanks, “Baby Doe” Tabor, Lowell Thomas, Paul Whiteman, Scott Hamilton, Kit Carson, Ben Nighthorse Campbell, and Buffalo Bill (William F. Cody).

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