LOCATION AND LODGING
Fort Collins has numerous lodging options throughout the city, but the hotels pictured below lie within walking distance of the university or are only a short ride away on the MAX line, a free public transit system that runs directly to campus and historic Old Town.
location, location, location
The conference will be held at Colorado State University in lovely Fort Collins, Colorado. The city is about one hour north of the Denver International Airport.
Our vibrant Old Town area, just adjacent to campus, is full of excellent restaurants and coffee shops, boutique shopping, museums and galleries, a bicycle library, and several music venues. Fort Collins is also home to more than 20 craft breweries, including the fourth largest craft brewer in the U.S., the New Belgium Brewing Company. The city has also received the designation of a "Platinum Bicycle Community."
If you're interested in walking, running, electric scootering, or cycling, you can access the extensive trail system that runs throughout the city and along the Cache Le Poudre River, the only river in Colorado that is officially designated as a "Wild and Scenic River." Explore hiking areas, Horsetooth Reservoir, and the majestic Poudre Canyon are just a short drive away from campus. Be sure to catch a sunset if you can.
ADDITIONAL LODGING OPTIONS:
If you are interested in boutique-style lodging that feels more like a home than a hotel room, Remington Flats in Old Town Fort Collins are also within walking distance of the university. Each flat has its own style, so choose the one that best fits your style.
Located about a mile from campus and also near the MAX line, this recently renovated historic bed and breakfast is elegantly appointed.
Quality Inn and Suites
Three miles from campus, this hotel is located directly on the Max Line public transit system that has stops at both the university and historic Old Town.