This restored hotel in lively Old Town Fort Collins showcases elements of the original historic hotel: fir floors, the tin ceiling in the lobby, period hall doors and transoms. The neon street sign and the storefronts were re-created from period photographs, and each guestroom is styled with heritage touches.
Each of the 45 guestrooms is unique. You may find a solid wood sleigh bed, a clawfoot bathtub, or a modern, loft-like space. Colors range from soft gold with dusty blue to warm orange tones to electric blue and lime green. Most have large windows letting in plenty of natural light, and some have views of Old Town Fort Collins. Fitness enthusiasts will appreciate unlimited access to the nearby Old Town Athletic Club.
Stylish and fun, with a historic pedigree
Cruiser bikes and helmets are available to borrow—a great way to explore the neighborhood. The front desk is happy to suggest bike routes.
The Armstrong Hotel building houses Ace Gillet's, an underground lounge with seasonal cuisine, cocktails and live jazz. Other onsite dining choices include The Chocolate Cafe, Choice City Deli, and Mugs Coffee Lounge.
Up for a girl's night out, a brewery tour, white water rafting, or all of the above? The hotel has put together thoughtful itineraries including maps and restaurant suggestions to make the most of exploring the area.