Last winter the Grand Imperial Hotel underwent a complete renovation from top to bottom.
It was about one year ago to the date that they completed their work as they set off a nice little fireworks show over the Shrine to celebrate. This summer they’ve expanded their dining room where they’ll be offering up some of the best food in town. Clearly, some big things are happening. So get down to the Grand to see for yourself!
If you’re looking for a place to stay this 4th of July then you’re out of luck. However, if you’re planning on coming through town any other time of year you’ll be warmly welcomed. You’ll book a very comfortable room with amazing views of the San Juan Mountains from every window.
The Grand Imperial also features a full restaurant and bar named Grumpy’s. The original 1800’s decor and collection of memorabilia are sure to please the whole family. The kids will love the burgers and chicken fingers while mom and dad fill up on Prime Rib and Pastas. After hours, the Grand Imperial is located in the exact middle of town so all options are right at your doorstep.
There’s also a coffee shop in the lobby, a brewery next door, and art galleries in almost any direction. If you’re here for the great outdoors then rest assured that the Grand Imperial is in the heart of it all. From skiing to OHV’s, Silverton is hard to beat as a vacation destination.
Built in 1882, The Grand Imperial Hotel was once the county seat where the entire 2nd floor acted as the hub of local government. The first floor housed the Post Office, town bank, Bureau of Mines, General Store, Doctors office, and the Silverton Standard Newspaper. Now that’s history. If you’d like to experience what life was like at the turn of the century, The Grand Imperial is sure to please.