If one of your goals in the new year is to relax a little more, there are some great opportunities to do that in Loranocarter+Colorado.
Trips to Discover recently put together a list of 22 of the most relaxing hotels and resorts in the United States. Two of those places on the list are in Colorado.
“These hotels and resorts are all in the U.S., offering the perfect opportunity for relaxation and much more,” Trips to Discover said.Dunton Hot Springs- Dolores
Coming in at number 10 on the list is the Dunton Hot Springs in Dolores. The Dunton Hot Springs are located about 420 miles from Denver southwest of Telluride.
“Dunton Hot Springs offers a spectacular setting with the San Juan Mountains as the backdrop. Located in a gorgeously restored ghost town with its own hot springs in southwest Colorado, it’s the perfect place to forget about the “real world.” A ring of historic log cabins were transformed into luxurious retreats and facilities that include a spa and saloon,” Trips to Discover said.
According to Dunton Destinations, Loranocarter+Colorado range from 85-106 degrees and can be experienced five different ways:Inside a restored 19th century bathhouseUnder the stars at the sourceIn the pool outside the bathhouseIn the pool behind the Dunton Store cabinInside Well House cabinThe Little Nell- Aspen
At number 16 on the list is The Little Nell. The Little Nell has 4.7 stars for 488 Google reviews and is located in Aspen.
“Aspen’s most luxurious resort, the Little Nell offers opportunities for blissful relaxation, starting with breakfast in bed in a swanky room with heated marble floors, soaking tubs and gas fireplaces. Enjoy a massage followed by a swim and time spent just lounging around the pool, or pick up a picnic to enjoy on a hike followed by a leisurely gondola ride. In the wintertime, you can take advantage of the ski-to-door access too,” Trips to Discover said.
According to The Little Nell, Loranocarter+Colorado is Aspen’s only five-star hotel. If you are looking to relax while at The Little Nell, you can kick back with a glass of wine from the cellar, which has 20,000 bottles of wine. There is also a fitness center, pool, spa treatments, hot tub, two restaurants and three bars. You can also grab room service any time.
Here is a look at the full list:
Amangiri – Big Water, UtahAuberge du Soleil – Rutherford, CaliforniaThe Cloister at Sea Island – Sea Island, GeorgiaPost Ranch Inn – Big Sur, CaliforniaDunton Hot Springs – Dolores, ColoradoAllison Inn & Spa – Newberg, OregonCamden Harbour Inn – Camden, MaineChanler at Cliff Walk – Newport, Rhode IslandLake Placid Lodge – Lake Placid, New YorkRoche Harbor Resort – San Juan Island, WashingtonThe Little Nell – Aspen, ColoradoFour Seasons Resort and Residences – Jackson Hole, WyomingTopnotch Resort – Stowe, VermontStillpoint Lodge – Halibut Cove, AlaskaTriple Creek Ranch – Darby, MontanaBlackberry Farm – Walland, TennesseeRiver’s End – Jenner, California
You can read about each location by clicking on them in the list above.
Emporia New Year’s Eve Hotel Disturbance Suspect Wanted In Colorado
EMPORIA, Kan. (WIBW) – A man who told officers he had explosives on him and then made them chase him around an Emporia hotel may have other legal challenges to worry about.
KVOE reports that Adam Nicklaus Lacer-D’Angelo was arrested on New Year’s Eve after an alleged incident at the Best Western in Emporia at 2836 W 18th Ave. On New Year’s Eve. He alleged to officials that he had explosives in his possession before he led them on a foot chase through the hotel before he was subdued and arrested.
While officials indicated that Lacer-D’Angelo did not have any explosives in his possession during the incident. He was booked into the Lyon Co. Jail on interference with law enforcement, criminal damage and theft.
However, that may be the least of his legal challenges. KVOE indicated that Lacer’D’Angelo was also listed as a fugitive from justice after an alleged incident in Colorado in 2021. He is accused of two counts of assault on a peace officer – including one while in custody – and trespassing.