• What is the Boulder Hotel & Motel Association (BHMA)?
    • What type of lodging accommodations can be found within Boulder, Colorado?
      • These include luxury hotels downtown, budget-conscious lodging, elegant B&Bs and inns with distinctive ambiance, weekly rentals, historic properties, residence lodging for long term and corporate housing.
    • Why stay in Boulder, Colorado?
      • Boulder offers all the attractions travelers seek in Colorado, including adventure, recreation, dining, art, culture and sports. Boulder is the center for education, community and recreation in Colorado. People in the city of Boulder know how to work hard and play hard with plenty of opportunities to explore the city’s culture.
    • What is the weather like in Boulder, Colorado?
      • In Boulder, the summers are warm; the winters are very cold, dry, and windy. Over the course of the year, the temperature typically varies from 22°F to 87°F and is rarely below 6°F or above 95°F.
      • Sample the Boulder lifestyle year round! Springtime showcase new green fields and mountain meadows, budding gardens and tulips brightening the Pearl Street Pedestrian Mall. In summer, browse and snack in the Farmer’s Market and visit art festivals and music events with a picnic on the banks of Boulder Creek. Beautiful fall days are perfect for a University of Colorado football game, Family Weekend or a hike into the Flatirons. Winter skiing, both alpine and cross country, is in easy reach from Boulder and doesn’t require a hectic drive on Interstate 70 thanks to the proximity of Eldora Mountain Resort.
    • What can you do in Boulder, Colorado?
    • What can you do in Boulder, Colorado?
      • Chautauqua park, Celestial Seasonings, University of Colorado (34K students, largest university within a 300 mile radius)…
      • Since 1898, Colorado Chautauqua, a National Historic Landmark, occupies a special place in the heart of Boulder – both physically with its historic cottages and meeting halls located at the base of the Flatirons in a spectacular setting; and in its continuing dedication to core cultural, educational, social and recreational experiences for Boulder residents and visitors.
    • What organizations can be found in Boulder, Colorado?
      • Boulder, Colorado is home to the University of Colorado, Naropa University, government research facilities (UCAR/NCAR, NOAA, NIST) and close to other global science and technology firms BALL Aerospace, KAPP Technologies, Keymark, Corr Logic, Hydrosphere, IBM, Google, Twitter, Medtronic, Logatrythm, Astrozanica, Array Biofarma, Amgen, Sendgrid, Twitter and many other entrepreneurial ventures.
    • Boulder has won many accolades and awards for its recreation, culture, health and overall quality of life.
    • How do I get to Boulder, Colorado?
      • Denver International Airport is equidistant between Boulder and Denver (45 minute ride). From Denver International Airport, exit the airport and proceed on E 86th Avenue to Pena Blvd. Keep right to stay on Peña Blvd. Take exit 6B toward Boulder/Ft Collins. Merge onto E470 N (note: this is a toll road). In 17.5 miles keep left to continue on Northwest Pkwy. In 9.4 miles take a slight right toward US-36 W/Denver Boulder turnpike. Merge onto US-36 W. In 9.2 miles take the Canyon Blvd exit. Please visit www.rtd-denver.com to plan your trip via the Route AB bus from Denver International Airport or from Denver’s Union Station.