7 Fort Collins Hotels, Cabins & Bed and Breakfasts for a One-of-a-Kind Experience

Whatever your style, Fort Collins’ diverse array of lodging options is sure to provide a distinct experience each time you visit.

The Music Suite at the Elizabeth Hotel with a decorative moulding on the ceiling, a baby grand piano, a kitchenette and a cosy vibe created from a vast assortment of throw pillows and music-themed decorations
The Music Suite at The Elizabeth Hotel
The Lounge at The Elizabeth Hotel in Fort Collins with herringbone-patterned wood floors, wooden bar stools around a table and a neon sign that reads "DRINK DRANK DRUNK."
The Lounge at The Elizabeth Hotel
A soft looking king bed with white pillows and covers and a selection of framed artwork featuring different bikes behind the headboard in the Beer & Bike Suite at the Elizabeth Hotel in Fort Collins.
The Beer & Bike Suite in The Elizabeth Hotel
Exterior shot of The Armstrong Hotel in Fort Collins, Colorado featuring a brown wooden door and large picture windows that show the cozy lobby couches in the background.
The charming, historical Armstrong Hotel
A cozy suite at The Armstrong Hotel in Fort Collins, Colorado with a black-and-white checkered couch, a patterned rug and a barn door that leads to the separate bedroom.
Suite at The Armstrong Hotel
The deluxe king suite at The Armstrong Hotel in Fort Collins, Colorado with a cozy king bed flanked by chic nightstands and decorated with framed artwork and a cheery patterned rug.
Deluxe king suite at The Armstrong Hotel
Edwards House Bed & Breakfast in Fort Collins, Colorado, a 1904 Neo-Classical-style building, blanketed in fresh snow.
Winter at Edwards House Bed & Breakfast
Mountain Time Vacation Rental Home in Fort Collins, Colorado: A large modern home with a circular driveway and the golden prairie transitioning to the Rocky Mountains in the background
Large home with views of the Rockies from Mountain Time Vacation Rental
Mountain Time Vacation Rental Bungalow in Fort Collins, Colorado: Charming little house that's white with black trim and has a bay window, a flower bed and a small patio with umbrella.
Charming bungalow from Mountain Time Vacation Rental

Whether you’re cozying up at a lakeside cabin or enjoying a freshly made meal at a hospitable B&B, Fort Collins lodgings are perfect for weekend retreats, treat-yourself family staycations and affordable extended-stays.

Check out these unique Fort Collins accommodations when planning your next visit.


The ElizabetH HOTEL

From its molded ceilings to its suede chairs, The Elizabeth radiates sophistication while still being approachable. Designed for music lovers, each room has a record player, while a music nook offers vinyl and instrument rentals. The Music Suite best embodies The Elizabeth’s mission with an elegant baby grand piano and brass fixtures that harken back to a time when soulful jazz filled the air. Outside your room, lounge by the fire on the outdoor terrace, cocktail in hand. Or settle into one of the hotel’s restaurants — The Emporium, The Magic Rat or The Sunset Lounge — for some fresh artisan cuisine. You won’t have to go far to hear music, either. The Magic Rat and The Sunset Lounge offer live performances, and the hotel is perfectly situated in Old Town where a bustling music scene thrives.

The ArmstronG HOTEL

Located in the heart of vibrant Old Town, The Armstrong is a testament to the storied past of Fort Collins. This bold luxury hotel opened its doors in 1923 and housed the first local chapter of the American Automobile Association (AAA). The modest and clean designs of its 54 unique rooms make for a comfortable and welcoming ambience that you’ll want to experience time and time again. As a bonus, The Armstrong offers discounts for Colorado residents as well as deals on extended stays for all travelers — and it’s very pet friendly, too. Experience the refreshing release of a holistic treatment from Amara Massage or head to Ace Gillett’s for an imaginative concoction of old-timey cocktails like the Monte Carlo. Ace Café is open for brunch and offers savory selections like Old Bay-poached shrimp and crabcake Benedicts.

B&B-Style Stays

Edwards House

Built in 1904, the Edwards House is a Neo-classical bed and breakfast with Southern-style hospitality and boutique accommodations. Just a few blocks from Old Town, you’ll be able to enjoy all the attractions without being so close to the action that you can’t experience a moment of tranquility on the outdoor veranda. Guests are treated to sustainable, cruelty-free, eco-friendly toiletry products from their locally owned sister company, Cedar & Sage Mercantile. In the morning, you can expect to be greeted with a delicious complimentary breakfast (raved about by guests) before you set off on the day’s adventures. The Edwards House is great for all types of trips, but adds an extra special note to romantic getaways, honeymoons and weddings.

Remington Flats

This whimsical lime-green and red B&B doesn’t follow conventional norms, meaning it’s perfectly in line with its commitment to be authentic, original and welcoming to people from all walks of life. Upon entering, you’ll be greeted with welcome beers from local breweries like Odell Brewing Company, teas, snacks and other creature comforts that you’d expect to find in your own cupboard. Remington Flats is a popular spot for adventure seekers and digital nomads because of its extended-stay discount. Grab one of their vintage New Belgium cruiser bikes and explore the town or settle in at the communal gathering area to make friends with fellow guests. 

Fernweh Inn & Hostel

This family-friendly (and budget-friendly) inn rests elegantly on West Mulberry Street in the outskirts of Old Town. Its cool blue exterior and hanging vines are the perfect greeting for weary travelers looking for a place to rest their heads. You’re likely to receive a warm welcome from Cash, the hostel’s cuddly pup, each time you walk through the door. Fernweh was born from a desire to make travel more accessible and enjoyable for everyone, and it’s achieved this with flying colors. Head to the communal dining area to catch up with other guests and take a load off with the backyard hammock, yard games and a fire pit. Be sure to ask about the free bike-lending service so you can easily explore the city.


Lakeside KOA Holiday

There aren’t many places that can boast about having a full-fledged campground within their city limits — but Fort Collins can! The Lakeside KOA in northern Fort Collins is replete with RV sites, tent sites and even cabins, along with grills and picnic tables. Wake up early to watch the morning mist rise from the lake or walk down to the Cache la Poudre River for some prime-time fly-fishing. Other activities include basketball, pickleball, soaking in private hot tubs and having a ball at the dog park. This KOA also provides all the amenities you could ever need like Wi-Fi, a 24-hour laundry room, bathhouses and so much more.

Horsetooth Reservoir Cabin Rentals

If you’re looking for something with a little more seclusion, Horsetooth Reservoir is the way to go. There are five cabins along the water’s edge at South Bay Campground that can each accommodate a family of six. Fire up the grill and cook an evening meal, and, in the mornings, get an early start at the reservoir to enjoy activities like boating, fishing and swimming. For scenic trails and bouldering, head to Rotary Park on the east side of the reservoir.

If you like these unique accommodations, check out Mountain Time Vacation Rentals to find stunning downtown properties like this Firehouse Alley loft-style retreat for a one-of-a-kind Fort Collins vacation. 

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