You’d Never Guess What Loveland’s Most Unique Boutique Hotel Once Was
It's tucked away behind Perkins and Pizza Hut, and it's a piece of Loveland's history. Today, it's a five-bedroom boutique hotel with themed rooms and a museum.
I'm not sure how I came across The Oasis on Eisenhower, but I'm definitely glad that I did. There are plenty of places to stay in Loveland, but none of them compare to this one-of-a-kind boutique hotel.
They call their establishment a "MuseInn:" part museum, part inn. As you turn onto Estrella off of Eisenhower to perhaps grab a bite at Perkins or pick up a pie at Pizza Hut, down at the end of Estrella, lies The Oasis on Eisenhower.
Take a good look at the exterior, because when I tell you what this home once was, you'll say, "Yes, it does look like that!"
You'll see a life-size statue of The King in the lobby of The Oasis, which should give you the exact feeling of what you're getting into.
The Oasis on Eisenhower has Five Suites
Colorado King Suite
Starting at $95/night, the '70's-themed suite takes you into the Colorado mountains, with lodge-like surroundings, a fireplace, a full kitchenette, and a luxurious king bed.
The Enchanted Forest Suite
Starting at $85/night, the Enchanted Forest is a fantasy and art lover's dream.
The 1950's Suite
Starting at $75/night, the 1950's Suite will take you back to staying at a place along Route 66.
The Jewel Suite
Starting at $75/night, this one gives you the vibe of sleeping in a Genie's bottle. They've also turned the closet into a romantic dining nook. Fun.
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The Nostalgia Suite
This one starts at a whopping $165/night because it sleeps up to six and has two bedrooms and 1.5 baths (the other rooms share two bathrooms amongst themselves.) With board games and Wii, it's perfect for a family getaway.
The Oasis on Eisenhower Has a Swim Spa
It's huge and looks wonderful.
What Did The Oasis on Eisenhower Use to Be?
Built in 1904, this very first home on the west side of Loveland was the Loveland Christian Orphanage. North Forty News reports that the orphanage was renamed and moved to Denver in 1907, but is still in operation.
History and fun wrapped up in one spot, right behind Perkins. I did not see this coming.
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