Comfort Inn & Suites
920 Cowen Dr.
Carbondale, CO 81623
Phone: (970) 963-8880
Fax: (970) 963-8763
920 Cowen Dr. , Carbondale, CO, US, 81623
- Phone: (970) 963-8880
- Fax: (970) 963-8763
Doc Holliday was known as one of America's best gun fighters in the nineteenth century. His grave site, is one of the most visited places in Glenwood Springs. People come here from all over the country to pay their respects to this top notch gunslinger. Doc Holliday's Grave is located within the Linwood cemetery.
Built on the same hill and with some of the original lumber from Leadville's famous Ice Palace, this Victorian inn features five guest rooms with private baths, two suites with jetted tubs for two that sit within the three story turret. The inn is full of Victorian antiques, Ice Palace mementos, and has antique quilts, stained glass windows and feather beds. A full gourmet breakfast, afternoon refreshments and snacks, and nightly turn-down service are all included. Garden Hot Tub!
Enjoy some fun, adventure, rides and more.
Situated along the banks of the Colorado River, the Glenwood Hot Springs Pool is the largest pool in the world covering two blocks. Built around the year 1888, it was considered as a sacred healing place by the local Native Americans and was frequented by number of famous personalities. The pool is served by the Yampah spring at the east end and the water is sourced from the south of Colorado River in Lookout Mountain and Grand Hogback areas. The water is naturally heated upto 122 degree Fahrenheit by the presence of geothermal gradient in the area. A perfect place to wind-up after series of activities and sightseeing. Call for more information.
With the very beautiful Snowmass mountains in the background, the Snowmass Townpark makes for a very colorful and attractive venue. Home to a number of events the entrance of this gorgeous park houses a recreation center with superior facilities. The Snowmass Town Park is often used for a number of events and programs throughout the year.
The Osgood–Kuhnhausen House was one of the housing facilities commissioned by tycoon John C. Osgood, for workers in his company, Colorado Fuel and Iron. Established in 1901, the house is a simple structure, designed in the Tudor Revival style. The house was modified and sold to Harry Kuhnhausen in 1945. It was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1983. Osgood–Kuhnhausen House also goes by the alternative name of Carina's Cottage.
Standing tall on 6-acre (2.42-hectare) estate, the Osgood Gamekeeper's Lodge was established under the authorization of renowned business tycoon, John C. Osgood. The two-storied structure was designed by Theodore Boal in the Swiss Chalet style. Osgood Gamekeeper's Lodge is situated to the west of Osgood's main residence Redstone Castle. It was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1989.
Redstone Castle is the former home of Colorado Fuel and Iron Company's founder John Cleveland Osgood. Following Osgood's demise in 1926, his third wife Lucille attempted to convert it into a resort but was met with failure. The entire estate sprawls across 150 acres (60.7 hectares) of land. The castle was designed by Theodore Boal in the Tudor style. Spread over 24,000 square feet (2,200 square meters), this vast mansion houses 42 rooms. Renowned names like John D. Rockefeller, Theodore Roosevelt and J.P. Morgan have visited the Osgoods at the Redstone Castle.