Conference Hotel and Travel
St Julien Hotel
900 Walnut Street
Boulder, CO 80302
The St Julien Hotel is located in downtown Boulder, Colorado. Please make your room reservations by clicking here to receive the discounted rates listed below. The cut-off date for the discounted rates is March 26, 2019, unless the block fills earlier. Room costs are the responsibility of the meeting attendees.
- Run-of-House Guest Rooms, King Bed or two Queen Beds - $219
- Boulder City View Rooms with Balconies - $219
- Flatiron Mountain View Rooms - $239
- Flatiron Mountain View Rooms with Balconies - $259
- Flatiron Mountain View Rooms with Verandahs - $369
- Executive Suites - $329
- St. Julien Suites - $499
The Denver International Airport is served by most major airlines. It is approximately 43 miles from the St. Julien Hotel.
Driving Directions from Denver International Airport
Travel Time: 45 minutes
Use Google maps to find the best route
Green Ride is a shuttle service. The cost is approximately $40 from hotel to DIA. Click here to receive a discount.
Regional Transportation District Bus (RTD - Click here to see the schedule)
From Airport Station Gate 8, take RTD (AB1) to the downtown Boulder bus station at 1800 14th Street (see above schedule link). Cost is $9.00 one way. You must have exact change. It is a four-block walk to the hotel along Walnut Street.
Cost is approximately $84
Uber or Lyft
Cost is approximately $60-75
What to Wear
Dress for the meeting is business casual. The average temperature in the Denver area in April is 65 degrees.
Descriptions on this page downloaded from https://www.bouldercoloradousa.com on September 26, 2018
Boulder, Colorado, is located just 30 minutes northwest of Denver, exactly where the plains meet the Rocky Mountains. The town was founded in 1859 by explorers seeking the riches of gold, and Boulder's history only got more colorful from there. Today, visitors can enjoy the benefits of a community created by residents that embrace a healthy, culturally-enriched lifestyle. Whether you are an outdoor enthusiast, seeking intellectual stimulation or want a relaxing getaway, Boulder offers a variety of experiences for every type of travel. Catch a glimpse of some of Boulder's furry and feathery residents while strolling, hiking or biking through our 300 miles of trails and 45,000 acres of open space, people-watch at an outdoor café or restaurant on Pearl Street, visit one of our many national laboratories, or check out a top attraction like Celestial Seasonings tea factory or the Boulder Dushanbe Teahouse. The City of Boulder sits 5,430 feet above sea level, and Boulder enjoys 300 plus days for sunshine a year and moderate weather. Last we checked, there were 103,166 residents in Boulder, including about 30,000 students who are enrolled at the University of Colorado at Boulder.
The brick-paved Pearl Street is Boulder's heart and soul — a central gathering place where locals and visitors alike come to stroll and shop among the historic storefronts, dine at buzzed-about restaurants, sip coffee, throw back a microbrew or simply people-watch. If you do only one thing in Boulder, walking this pedestrian mall should probably be it.
Boulder's beloved Flatirons — those slanting, massive slabs of sandstone that form Boulder's backdrop from just about any angle — tend to have a slightly mystical effect on visitors. We're willing to bet you'll be drawn to them, and the Open Space Mountain Parks area adjacent to the Chautauqua historic district affords the best way to get a closer look. Gaze up at them from the hiking area's beautiful meadow, where dozens of trails lead off into the foothills, then hike right up into the Flatirons if you are seeking a bit more exercise and adventure.
Get an up-close look at how the largest tea manufacturer in North America blends ingredients into some of the country's most beloved teas (Sleepytime tea, anyone?). See the production floor, catch a whiff of the famous mint room, taste any of the teas and view tea-box art in the gallery — all for free. Celestial Seasonings was named one of the country's best food factory tours by USA TODAY's Readers' Choice.
Boulder Dushanbe Teahouse
Unless you've been to Tajikistan, you've probably never seen a teahouse like this one. Handcrafted by artisans in Boulder's sister city of Dunshanbe, the structure was shipped piece-by-piece from the Tajikistan city and assembled in Boulder. It is an inviting and peaceful place to enjoy one of dozens of types of teas and a bite to eat while taking in the vibrant carvings and paintings that cover every inch of the interior.
Boulder Creek Path
Miles of paved path meander right through the heart of Boulder and are easily accessible to all. Join locals who bike, jog, skate and walk Boulder Creek Path alongside the babbling creek beneath shady old-growth trees for some fresh air and beautiful Boulder views.
The historic Boulder Theater has been a stage for music and film since 1906, though in various incarnations. Today, the theater's art deco facade and neon marquis are almost as iconic to Boulder as the Flatirons. And from big-name musical acts like Shawn Colvin and Sheryl Crow to local faves such as Big Head Todd and the Monsters and The Samples, the Boulder Theater has put on some of the finest shows in Boulder's history.