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St. Elmo Hotel
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Reviewed 8 August 2011

This was our second stay at St Elmo and both times we went away marveling at what a great little place right on the main street in Ouray. Yes, the rooms are small and there is no TV in the room but that just makes it quieter. The breakfast is wonderfull. The evening social is a nice touch and the Bon Ton restaraunt is very good - the Beef Wellington is to die for (a couple could asily share one and save room for desert). We will go back.

  • Stayed: August 2011, travelled as a couple
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1  Thank canyonbat
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Reviewed 29 June 2011

This hotel is decked out in 'true Victorian style'. In reality it's chinzy with plastic flowers, Laura Ashley wall paper from the 70s, carpets like you gran likes and a mixture of cheap repro furniture with occasional nice pieces in the common areas. The overall effect is tasteless and tacky. To complete the vicotoriana feel there are no coffee or team making facilities nor any TV. Strangely a very small jacuzzi is provided on the back deck - not very Victorian, but there it is. Wireless access is claimed, but it's password protected and the password is not provided. Breakfast starts at 0800, so don't expect to be getting out of this place at a reasonable time.

  • Stayed: June 2011, travelled solo
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3  Thank ColdWalker
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Reviewed 27 June 2011

We came to Ouray for a mini-honeymoon and stayed at the St.Elmo using the 2-night romance package. It was a very nice stay, there was a five star restaurant on the premises, and everyone was so helpful. I would recommend this hotel, absolutely!

  • Stayed: June 2011, travelled as a couple
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1  Thank joebo0111
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Reviewed 23 June 2011

The St Elmo Hotel takes you back to 'your grandmother's home' as my daughters described it to their bfs. Indeed, no elevator (must learn to travel lighter), floral wallpaper, high ceilings and Victorian lace and charm everywhere. Outstanding buffet breakfast with made-to-order hazelnut pancakes and sausage the day we were there. Say hello to Frack, the bird in dining room who wants to be part of the conversation. Had a hot tub but no opportunity to use it as thunderstorm rolled in while we were at dinner. No televisions in rooms so very relaxing. 9 unique rooms- loved the double and queen beds in our room (really 2 small rooms made into a larger on) with bathroom in the middle. Pleasant stay. Right on main street with ample parking in front of the hotel.

  • Stayed: June 2011, travelled with family
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1  Thank Places2Discover
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Reviewed 14 June 2011

The review before this one describes it well. As a man alone and cheap I got a very small and old-fashioned room with limited amenities -- I see from other reviews there are larger rooms -- but it was clean, and well and thoughtfully maintained. There is great charm in the small hotel -- well placed in a town that balances so tastefully the look of the past and the appeal of the present. "The Switzerland of America" indeed. (Town motto.) Contrast with the raffish and ramshackle Silverton, an unblushing tourist trap, as in mouse trap. . . Hotel management gracious. Town shut down by 10 p.m.., a Thursday in June. Main St. (main road) empty of traffic. O'Briens Pub and ice cream parlors shutting down at 10. Tasty shepherd's pie at O'Brien's, suppertime.

Stayed: June 2011, travelled solo
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