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Welcome to the Cripple Creek Hospitality
House & Travel Park


The Cripple Creek Hospitality House & Travel Park is a historic hotel and full-service RV park located in Cripple Creek Colorado. We offer year-round accommodations for hotel and long-term RV stays. Seasonal RV camping is available from May through September.

Our hotel rooms boast comfortable appointments, modern amenities and rich history, while our RV sites provide options for larger families and pets.

Stay in one of our beautiful rooms or enjoy the outdoors in one of our RV sites today.

OUR LOCATION


Cripple Creek was once a large mining hub for Colorado. Now, the city provides visitors with a getaway from the stresses of life. While staying with us, you can visit the Bronco Billy's Casino, Cripple Creek Heritage Center, Wildwood Casino, Outlaws & Law Men Jail Museum and multiple mountains like Rhyolite Mountain or Big Bull Mountain. Walk around and take photographs of the beautiful nature and animals of Cripple Creek. There's also a small adventure park nearby where you can try your hand at disc golf or biking. Learn about the history of Cripple Creek while you're in town or go on a refreshing hike in the outdoors.

OUR LOCATION


Cripple Creek was once a large mining hub for Colorado. Now, the city provides visitors with a getaway from the stresses of life. While staying with us, you can visit the Bronco Billy's Casino, Cripple Creek Heritage Center, Wildwood Casino, Outlaws & Law Men Jail Museum and multiple mountains like Rhyolite Mountain or Big Bull Mountain. Walk around and take photographs of the beautiful nature and animals of Cripple Creek. There's also a small adventure park nearby where you can try your hand at disc golf or biking. Learn about the history of Cripple Creek while you're in town or go on a refreshing hike in the outdoors.

HISTORY


The hotel was originally constructed in 1901 as the Teller County Hospital to provide state-of-the-art medical care for a booming population in the Cripple Creek mining district. Constructed as the largest and grandest hospital in the area, boasting several wards, a modern operating room, a grand staircase (built extra-wide for gurneys), and meandering corridors, the Teller County Hospital witnessed many booms and busts from 1901 through the late 1950s. The hospital closed its doors permanently in 1960 after last serving as a nursing home.

The hospital was purchased in 1963 and lovingly restored to serve as a beautiful Victorian hotel. Antique furnishings abound throughout 14 guest rooms, lobby, and other public spaces. Each guest room is adorned with its own unique decor and each door bears the name of how that particular room may have been used when once a hospital. The Travel (RV) Park was added in the mid-1960s to respond to the latest trend in travel – the Recreational Vehicle. This trend is as popular as ever, and with full hook-ups in all RV sites including water, sewer, and electric, along with dedicated primitive tent areas.

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REVIEWS


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So nice. The staff was welcome and friendly. The rooms immediately gave off a warm smell with lavender. They've got their own food truck and a breakfast bar which is included in your stay. It's quaint, unique, and exceptional customer service.
Brennan Patten from Google Reviews
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Always a treat to enjoy a getaway weekend at Hospitality House. Wonderful ambiance. Quiet setting and excellent breakfast offer delivered to our room. We opted for a delicious breakfast burrito. Already looking forward to our next visit!
Diane Scott from Google Reviews
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This was our first visit to the Hospitality House and it was wonderful. The place was so beautiful and quiet and clean. We could just feel the history in the building. There was breakfast service from a food truck and it was convenient and really good.
Patti Bariteau from TripAdvisor