Founded in 1899, the four-story Victorian brick hotel is one of the most historical accommodations in Teller County. The Victor Hotel makes a great base for exploring one of Colorado’s richest mining regions, located only six scenic miles from Cripple Creek.
The building that was founded by the Woods brothers and was constructed in 1899-1900’s. It’s listed in the National Register of Historic Places. For some period of time, the Victor Hotel provided lodging for miners and today, it continues to offer accommodations for travelers.
The Victor Hotel, which brings the 19th century charm and the 21st century amenities, features ten modern rooms each with a private bath, a unique feature for old hotels in the area. It’s also just a ten minute drive from Cripple Creek, which makes it convenient for holiday goers.
Each room at The Victor Hotel emphasizes their beautiful brick walls. Rooms are provided with the standard amenities and categorized by the size and number of beds. Some rooms provide quaint sitting area by the window where guests can have a good view of the street.
The Victor Hotel offers guests dining options with their newly opened Side Door Restaurant & Lounge.
They can also cater to family reunions, private parties, and retreat. Their conference and meeting rooms can accommodate groups of people comfortably. Boxed lunches, rollaway beds, and laundry service can be arranged at an extra fee.
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Address: 321 Victor Ave, Victor, CO
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