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Durango, CO – Holiday Inn Express Durango Downtown-Animas River


Venue Phone: 970-4228700

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The BEST Views Of The Animas River And Within Walking Distance To Downtown!


Welcome to newly built Holiday Inn Express Durango, located in the heart of Downtown Durango just off Highway 550/Camino Del Rio. Just two blocks from some of Durango’s finest restaurants, swankiest shops, localized cultural experiences and a variety of nightlife choices.

The Holiday Inn Express Durango is surrounded by numerous outdoor activities; hiking or Mountain Biking in Mesa Verde National Park, rafting in Animas River, oh the fishing at Vallecito Lake and there’s Purgatory Mountain for a skiing getaway.

The all new Holiday Inn Express Durango has all the everyday must-haves: Fuel your day one bite at a time with our complimentary Express Start Breakfast, Stay connected with complimentary Wi-Fi.


There is NO on site restaurant at the hotel. However, there are a number of restaurants and fast food places within walking distance.


There is limited on-site parking at the hotel.



1111 Camino Del Rio, Durango, Colorado, 81301, United States

Durango, CO – Fort Lewis College


Venue Phone: (877) 352-2656

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Welcome to Durango, Colorado

We are Colorado’s crossroads of education and adventure. Our beautiful mountain campus in Durango, Colorado, inspires an active and friendly community, and offers transformative learning experiences that foster entrepreneurship, leadership, and creativity.

Where snow capped peaks meet the desert Southwest, Durango, Colorado pulses with natural, historical, and cultural riches. From art galleries to restaurants, 300 days of sunshine to 300 miles of trail, you’ll adjust to the elevation in no time. The only question left to ponder is how will you adventure?

Culture and History

With 1000-year-old Ancestral Puebloan structures tucked into canyon alcoves, 500-year-old Spanish colonial missions, and 150-year-old mining equipment dotting the landscape of the Four Corners region, Durango is in the seat of some of the nation’s most prized archaeological and historical treasures. This is evidenced in the many national parks and national monuments honoring the people who have shaped the Southwest.

Arts, Food and Nightlife

It doesn’t stop with historical artifacts; the human spirit thrives today in Durango. Downtown is full of art galleries, restaurants, coffee shops, and local businesses and community organizations. By day, the city offers cozy delights, like a bustling farmers’ market in the fall, while by night, it buzzes with music and the glow of restaurant windows.

Outdoor Recreation

Mountain bikers enjoy hundreds of miles of trails through desert sagebrush, Ponderosa forest, and alpine tundra, while scenic mountain roads combine beauty and challenge for those who prefer to ride asphalt.

There are even more places to explore by foot, from Colorado’s largest roadless area, the Weminuche Wilderness, to the otherworldly landscape of southeastern Utah’s national parks, where hiking and backpacking is available year-round.

Skiers and snowboarders have their pick of mountains in the area, with some of the most coveted resorts in Colorado only a few hours away, including Telluride, Purgatory, Silverton and Wolf Creek, and endless backcountry options for those seeking to skip the lifts.

Rock climbing in Moab, ice climbing in Ouray, running on the Colorado Trail…  whatever your pleasure, world class adventures await.


1000 Rim Drive, Durango, Colorado, 81301, United States