Cripple Creek offers visitors a wide variety of lodging choices – from rustic cabins to luxurious B&Bs to comfortable hotels. No matter where you stay, you’ll experience the warmth of the Old West, with personalized service from knowledgeable individuals who can recommend the best local tours and attractions, dining, shopping, gaming and more.
In Cripple Creek, our hotels offer the best of both worlds, combining modern amenities with authentic local charm. Choose from Vegas-style hotel rooms to executive hotel suites to Victorian rooms as exquisite as the day the hotel was built. Many of our hotels also have on-site restaurants.
After an action-packed day, retire to your hotel room for some much-needed R&R. With everything there is to see and do here in Cripple Creek, you’re going to need it.
The Imperial Hotel
This historic hotel was constructed in 1896 as the Collins Hotel and was renamed in 1914 as the Imperial. It was operated from 1946 until 1994 by Dorothy and Wayne Mackin, who founded the Cripple Creek Melodrama that operated in the basement for four decades prior to the introduction of gaming.
This authentic miner’s cabin, a short six-mile drive from Cripple Creek, was originally built in the Ajax Mine on one of the lower levels as an office. In the 1940s, Joseph Thompson had it dismantled and rebuilt in the Athletic Field where the Gold Bowl baseball field is currently located. In 1996, it was moved from the Gold Bowl to its current location.
The historic Victor Hotel is located just six breathtaking mountain miles from Cripple Creek. Originally the Bank of Victor in 1899, the hotel is the largest building in the City of Victor. After many years of neglect, the hotel received a $2 million restoration in 1992 and has been open for business since. Tastefully decorated in Victorian style, the Victor Hotel offers a respite for folks to discover the rich history that surrounds them. Every angle from the hotel rooms offers a beautiful view. Twenty rooms feature free wireless internet, cable television, telephones, private baths and authentic 1890s brick architecture.
Victorian Inn in Cripple Creek
This charming 1896 Victorian home has been fully updated and remodeled. Located in the heart of Cripple Creek, this vacation rental is conveniently located within walking distance to the exciting casinos, fantastic restaurants and historical museums. Located right in the heart of the “World’s Greatest Gold Camp,” the Victorian Inn is the perfect escape to enjoy everything this destination has to offer.
Village at D&B Ranch
Nestled in the heart of the Rockies at the base of Pikes Peak, this is the perfect retreat from the stresses of modern life. Three individual cottages with amenities including a gazebo, Jacuzzi tubs, antique furniture, satellite, TV, wood floors and fireplaces. All three structures are of early American architectural styles and are a relaxing place to enjoy your stay amidst some of the most breathtaking scenery. Each of these cottages is stunningly decorated, and the Village at D&B Ranch is the perfect location for a romantic getaway, a wedding or a corporate retreat. Check out the website (below) for more details and photos of each cottage.
Wagon Tongue Cabin
This beautifully remodeled cabin is on a one-and-a-half acres overlooking Plahmann Lake and borders Pike National Forest. Ride out the back door on your horses, ATVs, dirt bikes or snowmobiles into endless forest trails. Out the front door, enjoy breathtaking views of Plahmann Lake and the mountains.
Westward Ho Motel
Located at the West edge of Cripple Creek, the Westward Ho Motel looks like an Old West Village, retaining the atmosphere of the 1890s mining days of Cripple Creek. Overlooking the town of Cripple Creek, visitors can enjoy views of Pikes Peak and the beautiful mountain area. These modern, spacious, clean rooms offer all the amenities you need: Double/Queen Beds, free WiFi, Cable TV with movie channels, free refrigerator/microwave, hair dryers, non-smoking rooms and rooms with kitchenettes.