Asa Firestone, the Co-Owner and Operator of Boulder’s Adventure Lodge, released a statement via Facebook on March 21st:
“To the A-Lodge Family, Followers, and our Boulder Community:
Along with many other locally owned Boulder hotels and restaurants, we have been forced to close our doors to guests and layoff the entirety of our staff as of this Sunday 3/22. However, we are encouraged by the serious and quick action that our Boulder Community has taken to effectively respond to the spread of Covid-19. We are optimistic that because of this response, many lives will be saved and we will be able to re-open our doors for normal hotel operations soon.
In an effort to keep some lights on and provide some work opportunities for our furloughed staff, starting immediately, we are offering our rooms for weekly rentals with reduced services at a greatly discounted rate. None of our rooms have shared ventilation or shared entry ways and our lobby will stay closed. If you can’t quarantine where you are, A-Lodge Boulder is not a bad option.
Our room offerings consist of:
Single Queen Rooms with fridge and microwave – $275/week
Double Queen Rooms with fridge, microwave and stovetop – $345/week
Bunk Queen Suite (queen bed and bunk bed) – $345/week
Adventure Queen with full kitchen – $375/week
Two Bedroom Suite with full kitchen – $375/week
Three Bedroom Cabin with full kitchen – $475/week
If you or someone else that you know is in need of a temporary place to social distance, reach out to us directly with some info on yourself and your situation at firstname.lastname@example.org to set up an interview and to tour the facility.
Thanks again to our Boulder community and all of you who support a locally owned, small business. We will be assessing the situation everyday and if necessary we are open to utilizing the facility for whatever the situation calls for. Thanks for following us. More to come soon. Stay strong! We will get through this together.
With love and adventure,
– Asa, Kris, & the A-Lodge Family”