The Hotel Bristol, located in downtown Steamboat Springs, Colorado, is an intimate, full service hotel "the way it used to be" with a restaurant and saloon right on the premises serving up pasta and pizza and the finest libations a trail dry throat can imagine.
There's off-street parking for your iron steed and a free city shuttle just out the front door to whisk you to all the wonders of Steamboat Springs - a herd of restaurants from fast to gourmet, shopping galore, from Tony Llama boots to Fredrick Remington originals and night life from tame to rock and roll.
We're located right on the main street within walking distance to almost everything, we're also just a short drive away from a myriad of activities including great golf courses, hot springs, skiing, the rodeo, music festivals and more events and sights than we have space to mention here.
After an exhilarating day on the world-renowned slopes of Mt. Werner or riding your bike over endless miles of trails and roads, you can enjoy a long soak in our hot tub or just sit and relax by a roaring fire in our lounge. End your day in Steamboat with a delightful dinner in any of our fine downtown restaurants.
Established in 1948, the Hotel Bristol offers hospitality of an earlier time in the heart of a Colorado original, Steamboat Springs. Every detail in the Hotel Bristol reflects our "old west" heritage and hospitality offering our guests a genuine Steamboat experience.
The roots of Steamboat Springs are in ranching and that's the flavor that embraces you as you step across the threshold to an era gone by in the Hotel Bristol. You can almost hear spurs jingling with each footfall as the Bristol's ambience, like a Zane Grey novel, takes you to a simpler time. Hang up your duster, put your wide-brim on the hook and stay awhile.
"We are now back home, and we just wanted to tell you what a nice 3-day stay we had at Hotel Bristol. Central to downtown, easy walking to much good dining and shopping, but best of all was the comfortable rooms and friendly service. Cal and Greta"
~ Calvin - Fort Collins, CO