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Andrew Heidt has capitalized on opportunities to build a livelihood in thriving cities that bump up against the mountains.
Ideally situated at the foot of the Rockies, Boulder is perfect for groups seeking something different.
Stir up engagement and tune into a host destination with gatherings that utilize multiple venues.
Renovations are officially complete at St Julien Hotel & Spa in Boulder, Colo.
“Our team at St Julien Hotel & Spa is always working to provide our guests with an experience that is not only exemplary, but is also authentic to the town we call home – Boulder,” says Bob Trotter, general manager, St Julien Hotel & Spa. “Our recent property refresh is yet one more way in which we continue to deliver that experience to our guests.”
St. Julien Hotel & Spa, a AAA Four-Diamond Property and a Forbes Travel Guide Four-Star Hotel, has been recognized as the number 14 hotel of the 25 Top Hotels in the West according to Condé’s Nast Traveler’s 29th annual Reader’s Choice Awards. The hotel features 201 guest rooms, the 10,000-square-foot Spa at St. Julien, dining options such as Jill’s Restaurant, T-Zero Lounge and Saturday Afternoon Tea, and more than 16,000 square feet of indoor and outdoor meeting and event space.
The plainly wrapped gift is often times picked last to open, so why settle for the norm when colorful and magical gatherings are first selected off busy holiday schedules?
If meetings and events have fallen into a rut, you may simply need a higher calling. The Rocky Mountains are so stunning and the sunsets so vibrant that reaching a vantage point to enjoy them is a great way to rise above the blasé. Check out these venues to help gain this unique per - spective for upcoming get-togethers.
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