Hotel Boulderado’s Special Holiday Offerings

For the past 111 years, the Hotel Boulderado in Boulder, CO. celebrated the holidays with sparkling events and special menus, and that won’t change despite this being a challenging year. The historic property has updated its holiday traditions to ensure the health safety of its staff and guests.
   Among the new traditions will be an Italian Christmas with the arrival of the new restaurant pop-up, Trattoria di Boulderado, on the historic mezzanine. The hotel lobby will, of course, sparkle, and a 28-foot white pine Christmas tree will be unveiled on Nov. 16 and remain until the New Year.
    To encourage guests to stay at the hotel, special packages are being offered. Among them is the Holiday Charm package that features one light of luxury accommodations, hot cocoa for two from Spruce Farm & Fish and a $50 downtown Boulder gift card.  For those who love the glory of high tea, the hotel will feature a classic tea that includes pastries and sandwiches served with tea or hot chocolate. A children’s tea is also available. If guests prefer a bit of the bubbly, they can order a Kir Royal or a glass of Prosecco.
    On Christmas Day guests can enjoy a traditional holiday meal at the hotel or order takeout from Spruce Farm & Fish. The Corner Bar has relaxed holiday fare with seasonal favorites available from 11 a.m. – 8 p.m. Guests can enjoy a traditional Christmas dinner on the mezzanine overlooking the Christmas Tree through the new Italian restaurant pop-up, Trattoria di Boulderado, from 4p.m. – 8 p.m. A hot and fresh takeout Christmas dinner is available for curbside pick-up through the Pine Street Patio.
    The hotel was the first luxury hotel built in Boulder and opened its doors with a gala ball on New Year’s Eve in 1908. The five-story brick building incorporates both Italian Renaissance and Spanish Revival and features an open court. Among its distinguished guests were Douglas Fairbanks Sr., Benny Goodman, Louis Armstrong, Helen Keller and Clarence Darrow. You can even ride the original Otis elevator — it’s still working!   www.boulderado.com

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