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Accommodations and Boulder Info

Where to Stay

The Symposium will be held at the Conference Center of the Hotel Boulderado in Downtown Boulder.

The hotel is offering special rates for symposium participants, please mention Cancer Care Symposium for discounted room rate. To make your reservation please contact The Hotel Boulderado directly:

Hotel Boulderado

  • 2115 13th Street
  • Boulder, CO 80302
  • 303.442.4344, 800.433.4344
  • $149 – Queen*
  • $179 – King or Queen Double*

*You must mention Cancer Care Symposium for your discounted room rate.

National historic landmark. Full-service hotel downtown. Digital phone lines–2 per room, free local calls, voice messaging, 24 hour business center, elegant Victorian room, conference center. The Hotel Boulderado is the ritziest lodging choice in town, in a beautiful historic building located in the center of downtown. A block from the outdoor pedestrian Pearl Street Mall.

Additional Accommodation Options

The St Julien

  • Rate: $274 - $359
  • 900 Walnut Street
  • Boulder, CO 80302
  • 720-406-9696 | 1-877-303-0900

At St Julien Hotel world-class accommodations and service balance perfectly – melding nature and nurture, simplicity and style, relaxation and renewal. St Julien sets itself apart from other Boulder, Colorado hotels as an oasis of tranquility – offering inspired views of the Flatiron Mountains sand doorstep access to the famous Pearl Street Mall.

Boulder Marriot

  • Rate: $179 - $259
  • 2660 Canyon Boulevard
  • Boulder, CO 80302
  • 303-440-8877

Nestled in the foothills of the Rocky Mountains, the Marriott Boulder is within walking distance of the University of Colorado and downtown's diverse collection of galleries, shops and restaurants. The Marriott Boulder boasts 157 boutique-style guest rooms.

Briar Rose

  • Rate: $79-$159
  • 2151 Arapahoe Avenue
  • Boulder, CO 80302
  • 303.442.3007

English country cottage inn featuring friendly attentive service. All private baths. Phones in rooms, free local calls. Complete breakfast. Close to the University and best restaurants.

The Bradley Boulder Inn

The Bradley's twelve sophisticated guest rooms, each with private bath, feature amenities such as fireplaces, Jacuzzi spas with AVEDA bath products, balconies with mountain views, luxury linens, flat-screen televisions, complimentary DVD movies and wireless internet. Breakfast included.

Colorado Chautauqua Association

  • Rate: $68-$88
  • 900 Baseline Road
  • Boulder, CO 80302
  • 303.442.3282, ext. 10

Located at the foot of the Flatirons. 58 quiet cottages and 2 lodges from 6/1 - 8/23. Hiking trails and open space on historic grounds. One mile from downtown.

Boulder Mountain Lodge

  • Rate: $44-$119
  • 91 Four Mile Canyon Drive
  • Boulder, CO 80302
  • 800.458.0882, 303.444.0882

Located in the mountains, but only five minutes from downtown Boulder. Quiet comfort, serene mountain setting, hot tubs by the stream. Also offers camping sites.


Additional accommodation options can be found at the following website:

About Boulder

Boulder’s textbook history is that as a beautiful spot at the base of Boulder Canyon, the area was first inhabited by Arapahoe Indians. It became a settlement for pioneers and gold diggers, and was established as a community to supply miners with essentials as well as gambling and drinking establishments.

At the turn of the 20th century tourism became the taproot for growth. With the establishment of the University of Colorado Boulder and a strong Japanese Studies program, Boulder became known to many during the World War II when there was strong interest in Japan. Boulder was also a center for the “counter culture” of the 60’s and 70’s and due to its innate beauty and inviting climate, became a center for many offshoots of these eras.

In addition to the University of Colorado, Boulder is the home of Naropa University and is a major center for Buddhist studies in the United States. Today Boulder is a leading center for entrepreneurship supporting communities from high tech to green tech to organic and natural foods and beyond. There is also a great interest in alternative medicine, organic farming, and ecological awareness.

Living in Boulder is kind of like living with a peculiar relative. You get used to it, it seems kind of normal—if not the way things should be—and your life is much more interesting and rich because of it.. If you live in Boulder, it’s not exactly mandatory (though it may seem that way) that you eat healthy food, ride a bike, ski, rock climb, and yes...that you practice — if not teach — yoga.