Accommodation in Cortez
Cortez offers accommodations suitable for any traveler. Choose from the 17 accommodations listed on Travelocity's Cortez hotels page.
You could start off by investigating the style and charm of the Far View Lodge and the Best Western Turquoise Inn & Suites. On the other hand, the Baymont Inn and Suites Cortez or the Econo Lodge provide visitors with good old fashioned comfort at a price that won't break the bank.
Cortez Vacation Packages
This area of Western Slope is considered home by around 8,000 people.
To the southwest is the city of Towaoc, which is roughly 13 miles (21 kilometers) away. Also, the state capital city of Denver is around 260 miles (410 kilometers) to the northeast.
There's a lot of work that goes into making a beer. the Dolores River Brewery is a great place to take a tour of the brewery, where you'll learn how they make their famous beer, and see one of Cortez's interesting attractions.
Talk to an expert vintner or take in the pretty views at one of Cortez's popular wineries. See what's on offer at the Guy Drew Winery, the area's most popular winery. If you have some spare time, you'll want to check out the Sutcliffe Vineyards.
Whether you wish to gamble throughout the night or survey your challengers, the Ute Mountain Casino offers endless amusement.
If you like visiting urban parkland, you'll have plenty to choose from here. Hovenweep National Monument and Yucca House National Monument are excellent for a picnic or a quiet stroll. Alternatively, Canyons of the Ancients National Monument and Mesa Verde National Park Entrance are some other good spots worth considering.
Upon arrival, you might find it useful to enquire at the visitor center, Colorado Welcome Center at Cortez.
Cortez takes pride in its numerous protected natural areas, all of which are appreciated by tourists. Petroglyph Point Trail and Spruce Canyon Trail are spots that you owe it to yourself to see. Are you looking for more outdoor retreats? Go to Knife Edge Trail and Point Lookout Trail.
You can find plenty of informative activities in this area. You'll want to start by paying a visit to Anasazi Heritage Center or the Cortez Cultural Center. Another couple of spots not to rule out are the Chapin Mesa Archeological Museum and the Rio Grande Southern Railroad Museum.
Get the left side of your brain working at some of the inventive displays at Clay Mesa art Gallery and Studio and Artisans of Mancos.
With its nice range of attractions from times past, this is an attractive location for history lovers. Go to the Lowry Pueblo or Balcony House for some time well spent. Crow Canyon Archaeological Center and Cliff Palace are also available for your family.
Packages in Cortez
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