Best Places To Stay In Fort Collins, Colorado – Our Favorite Hotels
If you’ve never been to Fort Collins, I highly recommend coming by for a visit. If you are planning on coming to our city and you need a place to stay, here are five of our best hotels for you.
(If there is a spectacular hotel you think we missed, please leave it in the comments below.)
The Armstrong Hotel: (970) 484 -3883 – 259 S. College Ave.
This historic hotel, in the heart of downtown Fort Collins has 43 unique rooms and suites. And one of the only places to stay within the nightlife that happens in Old Town. And the Armstrong building also houses Amara Massage, Ace Gillett’s, The Chocolate Café, Choice City Butcher & Deli, and Mugs Coffee Lounge. (You can also check them out on Facebook.)
The Fort Collins Marriott: (970) 226-5200 – 350 E. Horsetooth Rd.
The Fort Collins Marriott is close to Colorado State University and right next to the soon-to-be-renovated Foothills Mall. They have 229 guest rooms, over 16-thousand square feet of meeting space, and an indoor/outdoor pool.
Fort Collins Hilton: (970) 482-2626 – 425 W. Prospect Rd.
The Hilton is right next to the Colorado State University campus. It has 255 rooms and suites along with numerous meeting rooms, a grand ballroom and a pool. The views from many of the upper rooms at the Hilton are some of the best in town. (And you can check them out on Facebook.)
Homewood Suites by Hilton Fort Collins: (970) 225-2400 – 1521 Oakridge Dr.
Homewood Suites is one block south of Harmony located very close to the Front Range Village shopping center. They have 99 suites along with meeting rooms and an indoor pool. And at the time of writing this, they are the #1 ranked Fort Collins hotel from TripAdvisor. (And you can check them out on Facebook.)
Cambria Suites is also just south of Harmony located very close to the Front Range Village shopping center. It has 90 rooms, an indoor pool, over 1,000 square feet of meeting space. At the time of writing this, they are the #2 ranked Fort Collins hotel from TripAdvisor. (And you can check them out on Facebook.)
There you have it, 5 places I’d tell people to stay at in town. Now, keep in mind I live here, so I don’t actually stay in our fine hotels all that often so if there are some gems that I missed, leave them in the comments below. (Note: None of these hotels paid or gave us anything to be on the list, so if you think another hotel in town would be better option than any of these, please don’t little my email with hate messages, just leave it in the comments and share those other great hotels with the world.)