Cripple Creek, Colorado is a treasure
of history. Around every corner and on every street you can explore the
remnants of the 1890's gold rush that made Cripple Creek famous.
If you are visiting historic Cripple Creek, Colorado for the first time
or you are one of those who fell in love with the blue skies, mountain
air and local heritage and cannot resist returning for another visit, there is always something new and something old to see.
We invite you to explore three
1890's properties in the heart of downtown Cripple Creek.
The historic high school and the historic Collins Hotel have been completely restored, and
together they comprise 10 historic buildings and the Last Dollar Annex
across the street - essential elements of
your next Colorado vacation plans.
The historic sites of the Cripple Creek High School, now
Carr Manor, and the
have been preserved and restored as vacation respites - retreats for
those who love to revel in the Colorado mountains filled with gold rush
history. Also at the Imperial is the
Monte Carlo Mining Company
Emporium, featuring antiques, original art and prints, and a burger
and ice cream restaurant. Relax in the comforts of modern amenities and elegance of
period restoration while exploring the wealth of mining district
heritage that made the Colorado gold rush world famous.
These properties combine to make one of the finest lodging
experiences in the Colorado Rockies. Carr Manor is a boutique hotel in
the bed and breakfast style. The Imperial carries on the hospitality of
the 1890's hotel and the long-time tradition of fine dining and
Carr Manor and the Imperial Hotel are
located on of the most significant blocks in downtown Cripple Creek
with the largest concentration of historic buildings and unique shops to
while staying in the of the historic properties.
We invite you to explore these historic inns...come stay for a
night, a weekend or longer - take home a lifetime of memories.