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Your Guide to Visiting Colorado with the Kids
Hotels and Lodging for a Colorado Vacation with the Kids
Families planning a Colorado vacation with the kids have a wide variety of lodging choices.

Two five-star hotels cater to a family's every whim, while the back country offers primitive camping.

Other alternatives include historic hotels, condominium rental, vacation home rental, and cabins in the woods.

Many campgrounds in Colorado offer amenities like hot showers and evening entertainment.

Depending on the age of the kids and the interests of the family, parents planning a trip to Colorado can find the kind of lodging that will best meet their needs.

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Summertime or wintertime, renting a cabin is a great option for families on vacation in Colorado.

Check out our list of great cabins to rent.

From fancy to frumpy, most cabins in Colorado are available year round. 

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Colorado's abundant activities can wear the kids out (not to mention their parents). And when it’s time to turn in, Colorado has  accommodations to meet every taste and budget. 

Whether you want to snuggle into your sleeping bag by the campfire or luxuriate between the sheets at a five star resort hotel, you can make your bed in Colorado, sleep in it, and wake up to a great view.

The folks at Family Travel Colorado have put together a great bunch of articles to help you hit the sack in the place that's just right for your family.

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Maybe your family just likes the finer things in life, or maybe its a special occasion and time for a splurge. Either way, you are bound to find a stunning setting and excellent service in one of Colorado's Luxurious Lodges

Of all the luxury accommodations in Colorado, only two have risen to the very top and are truly the cream of the cream. These are Colorado's Five Star Hotels and they provide even the smallest guests with unparalleled service, sumptuous surroundings, and locations that can't be beat. 

Many of Colorado's first visitors
 gold and silver seekers flocking to the high country. Shortly, charming inns rose in these rough spots and many have survived to offer modern families a taste of Colorado's past. We review a few favorites on our page about Colorado's Historic Hotels .

Whether your family will be visiting a ski resort, staying in Denver for the city's holiday events, or exploring a small frosty mountain town, find the Best Colorado Christmas Vacation Lodges for Families

Condominium and Vacation Home Rental is one of the most popular ways for families to find lodging while visiting Colorado. How lovely to have a home away from home to gather in at the end of the day.  

Just about nothing is iconic of Colorado lodging as a Cabin in the Woods. Many National Forests, State Parks, and even YMCA camps offer log cabins for families to rent. 

If a night under the stars sounds like your family's idea of a good night's sleep, see our list of Best Colorado Campgrounds: Editors' Picks.

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