This is the Most Expensive Room in Any Fort Collins Hotel
I know what you're thinking: why on earth would anyone want to find the most expensive hotel in Fort Collins? Why wouldn't you search for the cheapest deals?!
I know, I know. Call me crazy, but I think it can be fun to see the luxury I could afford if I somehow won the lottery or ended up marrying Leonardo DiCaprio. Or, maybe you're extremely rich and already dating Leonardo DiCaprio.
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Whether you're pretending or are actually looking to book your next staycation, let's see what the priciest hotel pad in the Choice City is.
The answer? Based on an extensive Google search, the most expensive hotel room appears to be at The Elizabeth Hotel, Autograph Collection (111 Chestnut Street).
You can enjoy a stay in the Music 1 Bedroom Presidential Suite — complete with a king bed, a balcony, a half bath, a walk-in shower, an oversized bathtub, and a double sofa bed — for $1,304.69 a night.
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However, that's without added luxuries. Cribs, rollaway beds, foam pillows, extra foam pillows, extra feather pillows, extra towels, early check-ins, feather-free requests, and pets all cost extra. Plus, you also have to pay $20 a day for parking.
Still, the room does have a wet bar, a miniature grand piano, and an amazing view of Fort Collins. Is it worth it? You decide.
Check out the Choice City's most expensive hotel room in the gallery below.
Look Inside: This is the Most Expensive Room in Any Fort Collins Hotel
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