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Best of luck on your next visit! I was in town visiting a few days, found the facility was clean, food was good, staff helpful. It is a maze so you will need the staff to get around. I was there on a Wednesday, Thursday and Friday night Thanks for the 4 Star review. We're sorry you had difficulty getting around our hotels and casinos.

We're glad you enjoyed your visit and we appreciate your feedback. We stayed on a Saturday night, the room was bucks. The expectation was the room would be at least decent.

Unfortunately, our bedding had brown stains, the 2 chairs in the room had brown stains where people must rest there heads, the carpets had many cigarette burns, and so did the chairs. There was mold on the bathroom ceiling.

We just moved to colorado, and we're very disappointed by this place. I am also a professional in the field of hopitality, and this was unacceptable. No excuse written by the manager would be appropriate. On the up side the front desk girl who checked us in was very nice. Thank you taking the time to review us. We apologize that your stay with us was less than the best. Your feedback will be passed along to the hotel manager. We are planning a major renovation in early If you would like to discuss this further, please contact Tara Aragon, our Marketing Manager at Thanks again for your feedback.

Check in she could not answer my questions pricey hotel the rug was dirty spots ugh. The desk chair spots dirty. Basin of tub floor not clean. Can you imagine they had glass cups in bathroom where do they clean these cups. Hotels are going to disposal. Thank you for reaching out and letting us know about this situation. Each room was carpeted with plush carpets from Brussels and trimmed in walnut.

The room door was provided with a patented safety lock, to be unlocked from the outside, and guests were treated to running water on each floor from the Teller Springs on Prosser Gulch to a holding tank in the attic. It became a hangout for the who's who of society. Grant visited in , and the townsfolk paved the walkway from the stage coach door to the Teller House entrance with silver bricks.

Though the hotel is no longer operating, there is still a museum, showcasing rich, original furnishings of the era and the famous bar with the "Face on the Barroom Floor," painted by an artist in , who was inspired by the poems of the late s.

The house sets at Eureka Street in Central City built into the entrance of an old mine. It was a middle class residence and is now open to the public for tours. Call for more information. Washington Hall hosts national and local art exhibits and the summer arts show for the past 50 years. It's one of the oldest juried shows featuring Colorado artists. You'll find five rooms of art, a tiny museum upstairs and a magnificent little gift shop.

The gallery is located at Eureka Street in Central City. Victor is a mere six-mile drive south of Cripple Creek through the scenic and historic mining district. You'll also find many more entertaining productions throughout the year at the old historic opera house. State-of-the art equipment makes it a favorite for those who want to get buffed up. Shuttles take you to Bronco Billy's in the heart of Cripple Creek.

There are also tennis courts. The Cripple Creek Recreation Center has roller skating and roller blading for the youngsters and activities year round. Learn about the history of Cripple Creek mining and the area's cultural heritage.

There is a gift shop. Tours are generally based on demand. Call for more information and details. Learn about the wonderful old structures of Cripple Creek from seasoned tour guides Walk the red light district on Meyers to the buildings that took the place of those burnt down in the great fire on Bennett. Take minute trips aboard a real steam locomotive to Anaconda via the mining district of the back country.

A trip you won't see by car! These historic sites and trails with interpretive signage are a great educational and natural study of the late s. Part of the Golden Loop Historic Parkway. Call or for more information. There is a gift shop and the old Hornbek Homestead.

Call or , for more information and details. The tours are entertaining and educational as you descend down a 1,foot mine shaft into the bowels of the earth aboard a man skip elevator.

It's the only vertical mine shaft tour in the entire nation. There are no steps or ladders to climb, so the tour is suitable for the young and old. Explore historic mining operations and see their display of antique mining tools and artifacts. The man skips are lowered at a rate of feet a minute public elevators travel about feet per minute. Take the tour and get a free gold ore specimen. Seasonal rates and a gift shop featuring fine, hand-crafted gold jewelry.

Monarch boasts deep, deep powder with snowfall of inches on 1, acres. Over acres of high alpine skiing and snowboarding are serviced by lifts and a gondola. You'll find 54 runs and a vertical drop of 1, feet. There are back country acres accessible by snowcat for expert skiiers, with very deep powder. Monarch provides an on-site day care, ice skating, soaking in a nearby hot springs and snowmobiling. Summer beauty is rich with wild flowers, bird watching, hiking and more in the San Isabel Forest.

Krueger among its graves. The natural setting is abundant with wild flowers and birds in the spring and summer. You'll find wild raspberries and strawberries and maybe some wildlife. Please show respect at the grave sites. Modern facilities flush restrooms, vault toilets and a camper services building are placed in this lushly forested park. Wildlife is abundant as the park is home to a herd of elk, black bear, eagles and hawks. With almost 55 miles of trails, hiking and mountain biking are prevalent.

Pond fishing, hunting, camping, horseback riding, cross-country skiing, snowshoeing and photography are favorite activities. There are 18 electric RV and tent camping sites for winter and summer camping. Dome Rock outcropping is a favorite of photographers. Call for information. Call ahead to see this turn-of-the-century structure and for information on tours, as they have short winter hours.

Another long-running Black Hawk soap opera came to a conclusion if only, perhaps, of yet another act , when the Fifty Gold Mines company emerged from bankruptcy in June, The Register , of course, welcomed the deal: There is an 80 stamp mill, boiler house, assay office and a complete equipment for the handling of this extensive property, and in the hands of experienced and practical business men, can be made a good paying proposition.

And, in fact, the sale fell through, when the Kansas City buyers failed to come up with the required 25 percent down payment. The next highest bidder was an experienced Central City mine operator, Henry P. The giveaway of the once-mighty property pushed one old timer into despair: