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Meeting at the Hotel Colorado

Meet You in the Mountains: A Business Plan for Success in Glenwood Springs

When it comes to planning your next business meeting, Glenwood Springs is the place to accomplish all your group goals.

Host your next business meeting or event in Glenwood Springs, whether it’s a conference, an annual retreat or a team-building getaway. The Colorado mountain town is an easy-fly-drive destination with well-equipped venues and plenty to do off-hours.

Navigate to Success

Leave the urban hustle and bustle behind and head to the high country. Part of what makes Glenwood Springs a turbo-charged destination for a business meeting is its central location within the Centennial State. By car, it’s an easy drive from all points. Interstate 70 is the fastest and most direct route—about 3 hours from Denver and just 90 minutes from Grand Junction. For professionals arriving by air, there’s Denver International Airport and nearby regional airports in Eagle, Grand Junction and Aspen.

Meeting spaces at the Hotel Colorado and the Courtyard by MarriottChoose a Winning Venue

When it comes to strategic business moves, planning is everything and choosing the right venue for your upcoming meeting or event is the key to success. Fortunately, Glenwood Springs is home to a diversity of options.

The size of your group is a prime factor in determining the best choice for your meeting. Hosting a conference? Select one of the town’s larger venues such as Hotel Colorado, Morgridge Commons, or Glenwood Springs Community Center.

For small to midsized groups, Garfield County Libraries may be the ticket. Various hotels, motels and lodges can provide comfy overnight accommodations and the perfect meeting setup all in one location. Top choices for this arrangement include Best Western Antlers, Canyon Club Event Center at Glenwood Canyon Resort, Cedar Lodge Motel, Courtyard by Marriott, Glenwood Springs Inn and Residence Inn by Marriott.

If you’re convening a creative workshop, onboarding new employees or just want to build some extra fun into the workday, consider unique locations that meld work and play like Brettleberg Slopeside Condos at Sunlight Mountain Resort, Glenwood Caverns Adventure Park, Glenwood Hot Springs Resort, Glenwood Vaudeville Revue or Ironbridge Golf Club.

Vaudeville Revue, a group riding OHV's, Iron Mountain Hot SpringsTake a Break

Off-site meetings are a great way to grow relationships with colleagues. Continue the networking opportunities with activities that run the gamut from laid-back and relaxing to action-packed and thrilling.

Ideas include reconnoitering for warm water relaxation at the town’s famed geothermal amenities, Glenwood Hot Springs Pool or Iron Mountain Hot Springs. If teamwork is your goal, invite your crew to work together and puzzle their way out of a locked room at Glenwood Escape Room. Alternatively, program leisure activities to get coworkers chatting. Depending on the season, play a round of golf, take the team rafting, try horseback riding or off-highway vehicle (OHV) tours, or hit the ski slopes together. Want to lighten the mood? Enjoy a laugh with staff at Glenwood Vaudeville Revue, the local comedy club downtown.

Put Plans in Place

When it’s time to huddle off-site for your next meeting, count on Glenwood Springs to work overtime to help you reach your business meeting goals. Learn more and start planning today!


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Visit Glenwood Springs

We are pleased to announce the US Forest Service rebuild of the Hanging Lake Trail that is set to begin this spring will allow for hiking on a limited basis through the construction period. Reservations will be available weekly, with available hiking dates and times released every Tuesday at 8:00 am MDT. This system aims to streamline access to the trail during construction, while ensuring a smooth and enjoyable experience for all visitors.

 Visit the Hanging Lake page HERE for more information and the booking portal.