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General Palmer Hotel

At a Glance

    Pros

  • nicely restored lodging
  • rooms are quiet
  • free off-street parking

    Cons

  • no restaurant or bar
  • elevator is claustrophobic
  • pricey in season

General Palmer Hotel Review

Named after William Jackson Palmer, owner of the Denver & Rio Grande Railroad, the General Palmer Hotel is a faithfully restored historic property with a clean, bright look as well as period furniture and Victorian touches that reinforce an old-timey feel. The library and Teddy Bear Room are quiet areas for relaxing. The beds are four-posters, brass, or pewter, and the rooms are charming without being cutesy (except for perhaps the signature teddy bear in each room). Cookies, coffee, and tea are always available in the lobby, and a Continental breakfast with homemade muffins is served daily.

    Hotel Details

  • 39 rooms, 5 suites.
  • Rate includes breakfast.
  • Credit cards accepted.
Updated: 10-01-2013

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