Hospitality & Tourism  January 20, 2021

Many Boulder Valley, NoCo hotels trail state in price, occupancy

Across much of the Northern Colorado and Boulder Valley regions hotel room prices and occupancy fell in December and trailed the Colorado average, according to the latest Rocky Mountain Lodging Report as released Wednesday by the Colorado Hotel and Lodging Association.

Statewide the average nightly cost of a room was $143.92 and the occupancy rate was 35.2%.

Locally the fullest hotels were in Greeley, which posted an occupancy rate of 44% and average prices of $72.24.

The other local municipality to eclipse the statewide occupancy average was Estes Park with a 36.3% mark. Hotels in the mountain town cost an average of $178.19 per night. 

Loveland hotels were 33.8% full in December and the average cost was $82.18.

In Boulder the occupancy rate was 30.3% and rooms could be booked for an average of $95.21.

Longmont hotels were 26.3% full last month and average daily stays were $72.13.

Fort Collins establishments had a December occupancy rate of 26.0% and an average cost of $87.98.

Along the U.S. Highway 36 corridor hotels were 26.4% occupied and cost an average of $77.45 for a night’s stay. 

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Across much of the Northern Colorado and Boulder Valley regions hotel room prices and occupancy fell in December and trailed the Colorado average, according to the latest Rocky Mountain Lodging Report as released Wednesday by the Colorado Hotel and Lodging Association.

Statewide the average nightly cost of a room was $143.92 and the occupancy rate was 35.2%.

Locally the fullest hotels were in Greeley, which posted an occupancy rate of 44% and average prices of $72.24.

The other local municipality to eclipse the statewide occupancy average was Estes Park with a 36.3% mark. Hotels in…

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