Ft. Collins and Loveland are located 60 miles north of Denver, tucked between the I-25 and the foothills of the Rockies.
Loveland, nicknamed 'Gateway to the Rockies' sits at the valley entrance to the Big Thompson Canyon leading to the Rocky Mountain National Park. It has an historic downtown area dating back to the 19th century with unique shops, antique stores, cafes and restaurants.
Ft. Collins, 5 miles north of Loveland is a college town with the campus of Colorado State University is located in the center of city. Nearby is the Lincoln Center for Performing Arts, Old Town Square, Foothills Fashion Mall and many bars, restaurants and clubs serving the young student population.
The area in close vicinity to Loveland and Ft. Collins is a four-season outdoors playground offering river rafting, camping, hiking, fly fishing, water skiing, snowboarding, downhill and cross-country skiing opportunities.
Hotels in Ft. Collins and Loveland are mainly located along Highway 287, which runs through both town centers. The Ft. Collins Loveland Airport is within 5 miles of all area hotels.
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The Fort Collins Marriott is conveniently situated adjacent to Foothills Fashion Mall, one mile from the veterinary hospital at Colorado State University and two miles from the university's main campus.
The Best Western Kiva Inn is a Spanish-style designed hotel located at the east entry to Ft. Collins. It is convenient to the downtown business district, old town, Colorado State University and the Poudre Valley hospital area.
The Best Western Coach House is located across the street are 86 factory outlet stores and Loveland Visitor Center. Greyhound racing is also across the street where betting is available year-round. Crystal Rapids Water Park is four blocks west on Highway 34.
The Hampton Inn Fort Collins is located off I-25 and faces the beautiful Rocky Mountains. Other area attractions include Old Towne Square, Performing Arts Center, Rocky Mountain National Park and Estes Park, white water rafting, horseback riding, fishing, hiking, microbreweries, and the Budweiser Clydesdales.
The four-story Ramada Inn Fort Collins hotel is located in a suburban area with easy access to I-25, four miles from downtown Fort Collins. Golf courses are within five miles, and hiking and biking trails are within 10 miles.