Single Queen Room
Single Queen

The Room

1 BED, SLEEPS 2
Located in our southwest building, our Single Queen rooms offer a little more privacy and easier access to the nearby hiking trails in the box canyon, perfect for your morning nature hikes by yourself or with your best friend. Don’t worry, you’re not far away from the hot springs! Unwind after your evening soak in a comfortable queen bed, and enjoy the other amenities this room offers, such as a combo shower/tub, microwave, mini-fridge, coffee maker, TV, heating and air conditioning, a personal safe, and WiFi.
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Queen Bed
Sleeps 2
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Mini Fridge, Microwave,
Coffee Maker
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Flatscreen TV
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ReadyCare Products

The Hotel

Ouray is known as “The Switzerland of America” and is a gorgeous classic Colorado mountain town surrounded by the rocky peaks of the San Juan Mountains. Box Canyon Lodge & Hot Springs is a charming Victorian style hotel dating back to 1959. The historic charm of the hotel has been maintained throughout the years in keeping with the Victorian architecture present throughout the town of Ouray. The hotel is conveniently located at a quiet end of road location near the entrance of box canyon. The hotel is known for the medicinal mineral hot springs that percolate out of the hillside behind the hotel and is captured in 7 red cedar tubs before it empties into the Uncompahgre River across the street from the hotel. We invite you to take a step back in time at Box Canyon Lodge & Hot Springs and enjoy everything Ouray has to offer.

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WiFi IconComplimentary Wi-Fi
Walkable iconWalkable to town, pool…
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Breakfast IconFree Continental Breakfast

The Neighborhood

Ouray, Colorado is a historic mining town located on the Million Dollar Highway in southwest Colorado. It sits in a natural rock amphitheater and is so beautiful it is often called the Switzerland of America. Ouray was incorporated in October of 1876 and named for Chief Ouray of the Ute Indian tribe. Since the incorporation of Ouray people have been drawn to the town for its numerous mineral hot springs and magnificent setting.

THE NEIGHBORHOOD SPOTS:

Beaumont Hotel 1886-1887
When it opened in 1887 is was on of the finest hotels in the Rocky Mountains. It closed in 1960s and reopened in 2005 after extensive renovation.

Wrights Hall-Wrights Opera House 1888
Greek Revival architecture and used today for movies, live theater, and chamber music upstairs and business 1st floor.

Ouray County Historical Museum 1886-1887
Built by the Sisters of Mercy as a hospital for the care and treatment of injured miners. Museum traces the history mining, ranching and railroading in Ouray.

House Rules

Box Canyon Lodge & Hot Springs maintains an environment free of discrimination and judgement, and we ask that our guests take note of the following policies.

  • No smoking cigarettes or marijuana
  • No pets without service documentation
  • $30/night fee for documented service pet
  • $150 fee for smoking cigarettes
  • $300 fee for smoking marijuana
  • $150 fee for pets without documentation
  • $150 room damage fee

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