Hotel Colorado in Glenwood Springs to Undergo a Multi-phased Renovation
The Hotel Colorado, a notable Glenwood Springs landmark of more than a century, is making plans to undergo a multi-phased renovation to modernize the interior. Built in 1893 at the edge of the Colorado River, the original architecture was modeled after the Villa De Medici in Florence, Italy and has stood the test of time for 125 years since. Property owners, the Meville family of Aspen, have chosen Denver architecture and interior practice JOHNSON NATHAN STROHE to redesign the hotel’s 130 guest rooms along with public gathering and meeting spaces indoors and out.
The planned renovations will begin with a new model guest room and updated common spaces in the spring of 2019. Once plans are approved, construction on guestrooms will begin. As guestroom renovations are complete, exterior rehabilitation of the courtyard will likely start in the spring of 2020.
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