3 Great Places to Bunk Together

Fancy a unique way to slumber this summer? Check out these three Colorado hotels for fun places to double-decker doze.

1Kinship Landing

Kinship Landing
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A community-inspired hotel run by locals, Kinship is eager to welcome you to one of their three bunkstyle room options. Check into the Group Bunkroom for eight extra-long twin pods with privacy screens, Brooklinen sheets, and charging stations. Kids will love the Family Suite’s bunks, and you’ll appreciate its two in-room bathrooms and kitchen setup. Or check out the pet-friendly Junior Queen Suite, which features a twin bunk lofted over a queen bed.

2The Eddy Taproom & Hotel

The Eddy Taproom & Hotel
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Constructed in the place of the Rocky Mountain Fire Brick Works in Golden, The Eddy Taproom & Hotel pays homage to its craftsman roots. The Haystack junior suite sleeps eight in two queen beds, two twin bunks, and a pull-out couch in a relaxing sitting area. Or, it’s the more the merrier in the Ripple Suite—a two-bedroom corner suite with a living room, dining table, tons of elbow room, and great views, plus king and queen beds, a twin bunk, and a sleeper sofa.

3The Pad

The Pad
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With easy access to major mountain towns including Breckenridge and Vail, The Pad in Silverthorne is the perfect place to bunk with friends for a weekend getaway. Enjoy the hostel- style, gender-specifi c shared dorms where you can reserve your bunk complete with storage lockers, a reading light, individual shelves, and charging stations. Or rent out a whole dorm in the Private Group Room, accommodating six guests and featuring a reading nook.