Sitting at the foot of the Flatiron Mountains, Boulder, Colorado has been named “America’s Happiest City” for a reason. It’s so much more than just the University of Colorado Boulder – you’ll find people strolling downtown Boulder’s historic Pearl Street Mall, enjoying treats and beer, walking the rugged paths of Chautauqua Park (the best view in Boulder, if you ask us), and A resident sips a cup of chamomille in a Persian-style teahouse. This versatile Rocky Mountain city guide awaits you below.
Boulderado Hotel Boulder’s first luxury hotel opened its doors on New Year’s Eve in 1908 and has maintained its elegance for over a century. Located one block from historic Pearl Street Mall, this magnificent building features classic Italian Renaissance columns and mosaic-tiled ceilings with a Victorian brick exterior; blending in with its surrounding companions while retaining its original grandeur within. Enjoy a premium dining experience at the hotel’s restaurant. Christmas treebefore going downstairs, License #1 (see below about speakeasy).
St Julien Hotel & Spa
View the Flatirons from every angle. St Julien Hotel & Spa from design to impeccable service, it exudes modern, mountain luxury. The guest rooms and suites are worth mentioning, with golden decorations, warm wooden furniture and spacious bathrooms, complete with toiletries, bathtubs and makeup lights. Return after a day exploring Boulder T-Zero Lounge For a cocktail and then a treatment at the spa at Saint Julien (which we highly recommend Saint Julien Classic Massage for maximum relaxation of the body).
Kitchen An upscale American bistro offering delicious food and a lively atmosphere. If you like seafood Lobster Roll This establishment is mouth-wateringly delicious, served piping hot with aioli and homemade chips.
Located right in the center of Pearl Street Mall, Japan An elegant Japanese-style restaurant perfect for a late-night dinner or one of their daily happy hours. with a special beginning Magic mushroom: Salmon wrapped in grilled avocado with dynamite sauce (I don’t know what the sauce actually consists of, but I can tell you it’s the bomb), main course Diablo Roll: spicy tuna and avocado with seared tuna, scallops and ponzu sauce.
Elegant dining hall, rooftop lounge, Rosetta Hall, is one of the best places to spend an afternoon in Boulder. (Try it Rosetta Margarita (It consists of Campo Bravo Blanco, dry curacao, and fresh organic lime.)
Hidden beneath the Boulderado Hotel, License #1 This is Boulder’s inaugural underground speakeasy (it’s a real dal that operated in secret during Prohibition). Expect moody decor and a menu of custom cocktail mixes.
Drive through the Flatirons
admitted Boulder’s most famous landmark, these stunning sloping mountains are a perfect sight at any time of the year. Start at the foot of the mountain and go there Chautauqua Trailhead Various hikes are available here, from easy to advanced. Whether you want to take a leisurely walk or a tough one, you’ll pass through pines, meadows, and views of Boulder and the Flatirons.
Walk through Pearl Street Mall
Those who enjoy spending time in a mountain town should choose to spend an afternoon strolling through downtown Boulder. Pearl Street Mall. Enter the brick-paved walkways to trendy boutiques like Alison Rd.unique souvenir shops and more Savannah Bee Companypopular dive bars such as Sunset Salon.
Boulder Dushanbe Cafeteria
The Boulder Dushanbe Cafeteria It stands out from the rest of the buildings in Boulder with its colorful Persian-style exterior, which gives way to the interior: eight large porcelain tiles, intricately carved and carefully painted, serve as a place for people to enjoy afternoon tea, a dim temple, and, if you will, a game of chess.
Lost Gulch Overlook
Cross Flagstaff Road, which winds past the Flatiron Lost Gulch Overlook – Scenic location 15 minutes from Boulder. Perfect for a sunset picnic while viewing the Rocky Mountains, Lost Gulch is an Instagram-worthy spot.