With 15 fully appointed guest rooms, all with private baths and Victorian charm, this Grande Dame is one of the premier lodging choices in scenic and entertaining Cripple Creek. Built as a hospital in 1898 at the height of Colorado's last gold rush, this historic masterpiece has been carefully and lovingly restored and repurposed as the Hotel St Nicholas. Originally designed by noted Denver architect John Huddart, the modern renovation was awarded the State Honor Award for Preservations in 1999. Now a prosperous and thriving hub of hospitality, this is a premium investment opportunity you don't want to miss. Additional amenities include a roof-top hot tub; a dry sauna; an outdoor patio with warm southern exposure and mountain views; a formal dining room where guests can enjoy continental breakfast or afternoon tea; a private special-events room with a gas fireplace and a full wet-bar area, perfect for meetings, parties or receptions; and a spacious in-house tavern with ample room for guests and live entertainment. This turn-key establishment is offered with all the trade fixtures, resplendent decor and accoutrements, and an established booking history that includes a high percentage of repeat visitors. All this overlooking the spectacular Sangre de Cristo Range, within walking distance to casinos, restaurants, museums and shops.