Cozy Up at These Hotels in Fraser, Colorado

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If you’re exploring tranquil trails, rugged peaks and charming downtown districts in the Rocky Mountains, Fraser, Colorado is a perfect place to book an overnight stay. Check in and enjoy some of the best restaurants in the region, easy access to Winter Park Resort and Granby Ranch, and plenty of shopping, riverside trails and tree-lined hikes.

Check out these lodges, bed and breakfasts, resorts and hotels in Fraser for a cozy place to kick off your hiking boots and get a much-needed night’s sleep after a day exploring piney paths or carving down the powdery slopes.

Hotels in Fraser, Colorado

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Hideaway Mountain Lodge

Hideaway Mountain Lodge is a Fraser bed and breakfast where the smell of fresh-baked cookies welcomes you back daily. This alpine getaway comes complete with a year-round indoor pool and bubbling hot tubs — the ultimate end to a day of cross-country skiing, mountain biking or hiking. While the spot is the perfect homebase for exploring all of Grand County, there’s also plenty to do right on the property, like playing a round of foosball in their game room or snuggling up and watching a film in the movie room.

And rest assured, your sleeping quarters are also lovely. Many rooms come with wood-burning fireplaces, so you can start a crackling fire and curl up with a book in winter. In the morning, save some time for breakfast before heading out. Take a seat and savor a cheesy omelet or a stack of fluffy pancakes — homemade and served up whenever you wake.

Book Online | 970-531-5224

Address: 425 County Road 5001, Fraser

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Indian Peaks Resort

Indian Peaks Resort is a place where you can easily settle in and stay a while in Grand County —and you’ll definitely want to once you see the soaring mountain views right outside your window. The cabin-inspired vacation rentals include fully equipped kitchens with handy appliances like slow cookers, blenders and dishwashers. And the resort offers amenities like washers, dryers and Wi-Fi, so you can really create a home away from home during an extended trip.

Spend some time in the clubhouse, where playing a few rounds of pool or air hockey just might lead to a new friendship. And if your priorities lie in the slopes, do not fear. A free town shuttle stops at Winter Park Resort’s entrance throughout peak season, so you can hop on and get to The Gondola as quickly as possible (without concern for parking!). 

Book Online | 970-363-7149  

Address: 817 County Rd 834, Fraser

Pines at Meadow Ridge         

Another great place to bring a group for a weekend or a longer getaway? Pines at Meadow Ridge in Fraser. With units sleeping up to six people, it’s a spacious and inviting place to bring your crew for the annual ski trip. And full kitchens for cooking, private balconies and patios, plus glowing fireplaces provide plenty of comfortable nooks to hang out and sip some wine with friends in the evening.

In the summer, warm up with a few rounds of tennis at the on-site courts or with a few laps at the pool. And when the sun goes down at the end of a bluebird day, direct your eyes to the sky for some stargazing from the comfort of the steamy outdoor hot tubs. Soak in the warm water and let any aches from your adventures melt away.

Book Online | 970-726-2099

Address: 83 Meadow Lane, Fraser

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Holiday Inn Express & Suites Fraser — Winter Park

If you’re looking for a hotel in the heart of downtown Fraser, Holiday Inn Express & Suites is the way to go. Step outside the door and stop into favorite downtown restaurants like Elevation Pizza or Sharkey’s Eatery. Be sure to try The Clark sandwich at Sharkey’s, piled high with juicy grilled chicken, sauteed jalapenos and melty cheese on thick and buttery Texas toast. When the snow starts falling, get the kids bundled up and wander over to one of the two tubing and sledding hills right in town. Zip down the slopes, grab some hot cocoa at Rocky Mountain Roastery, and then get a sound night’s sleep.

No need to worry about the most important meal of the day during your stay. Continental breakfast is included and comes with coffee, eggs, sausage, pancakes and even some on-the-go snacks to pack if you’re rushing out to the mountains. Have a pup along for the ride? This hotel is pet-friendly; just let them know when you book. Let Rover enjoy the mountain views (and smells!) with an on-site walking area and plenty of nearby trails where leashed dogs are welcome. 

Book Online | 1-888-465-4329

Address: 108 Zerex St, Fraser

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Additional Lodging & Hotels Near Fraser

Looking for more hotels near Fraser? Luckily, there are plenty of cozy accommodations throughout Grand County. For those spending more time in Rocky Mountain National Park, a spot in Grand Lake, like the Grand Lake Lodge, is a great option. If you’re planning a hunting trip this fall, head to Kremmling, where the Hotel Easton welcomes sportsmen and other outdoor explorers. Or get even closer to the gnar at hotels like Gravity Haus in downtown Winter Park, where a 4-minute drive drops you at the entrance of Winter Park Resort. And for a true wellness retreat, Hot Sulphur Springs Resort & Spa in Hot Sulphur Springs will not disappoint with rustic cabins just steps away from their steaming mineral baths.

Check out all the lodging in Grand County to plan your trip to the Rockies.

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