Colorado State University calls Fort Collins home. This scenic town, nestled against the foothills of the Rocky Mountains, offers an array of exciting recreational and cultural attractions. Hotels in Fort Collins provide a pleasant starting point for visitors with beautiful family and executive suites, extended stay suites, and bed and breakfast inns. Many Fort Collins hotels provide guests with complementary fitness centers with whirlpools, delicious hot breakfasts, free Wi-Fi, and heated pools.
Although there isn't a specific convention center, the Lory Students Center at Colorado State University and the Fort Collins hotels have excellent facilities for weddings, corporate meetings, banquets, reunions, or for your next special event.
Moot House is still at the top of the list for fine American cuisine, although at first glance one would imagine it to be an old English pub because of the restaurant's quaint Tudor- style structure.
Poudre Canyon is the ideal place to let your hair down for a little rest and relaxation. Poudre River challenges those who love to kayak or do a bit of white water rafting. Poudre Canyon is a hidden gem with beautiful scenery, camping, hiking and fishing.
The Foothills Mall has it all including bus transportation. Picture a great variety of department stores, specialty shops, a food court, and stroller rental, along with wheelchair service.
Denver has major league sports teams starting with the Denver Broncos, Colorado Rockies, the Denver Nuggets, Colorado Avalanche, and Colorado Rapids. It takes a tad bit over an hour to drive from Fort Collins to Denver to witness the action firsthand.