Quality Inn & Suites Boulder Creek
2020 Arapahoe Ave
Boulder, CO 80302
Phone: (303) 449-7550
Fax: (303) 449-1082
Rocky Mountain Anglers is Boulder's foremost fishing shop for gear and instruction. The staff, all anglers themselves, will direct you to the best fishing streams and provide you with the latest fly hatch information. These pros can also outfit you with waders, vests, glasses, hats, rods and reels, line and the appropriate flies. Demos and clinics are available for beginners, and guided trips for experienced anglers.
This sultry boutique in the upscale Water Street Shopping Center offers an alternative to chain lingerie stores. Christina, the owner, exclusively designs all of the garments offered for sale here. If you are preparing for a night, or even a day, of romance, this shop will decorate you with the perfect mood-sending garment. In addition to a tasteful lingerie line, she offers stylish swimsuits, sundresses and a small selection of evening gowns.
If you plan on enjoying Boulder's bike trails, stop by this shop for last minute repairs and accessories including trail maps, tubes, water bottles, socks, lubricant and gloves. The shop, located in the Arapahoe Village Shopping Center, specializes in bikes for beginning and intermediate riders. Choose from bikes by popular manufacturers Giant, Specialized and Mongoose, and gear from Pearl, Isumi and Giro.
This specialty store in the Village is a haven for travelers. Every staff member is an experienced adventurer with sound advice for you. Browse luggage, books, maps and travel clothing. Everything in this shop is geared to making your trip much more enjoyable. It even carries lightweight gear designed for backpackers. Jack Kerouac would had liked this place.
Founded in 1977 by a former teacher, this shop's philosophy promotes cultural awareness and a heightened perception of the importance of children in global issues alongside tons of cool and interesting toys. Despite the important cause behind the shop, it offers a great selection of children's items. There are development toys for infants such as play quilts and mirrors and for older kids the store has some wacky science kits. Grandrabbit's also has dolls, including Raggedy Ann, and other stuffed toy animals. All types of major brands are here and some include Briarpatch, Rokenbok and Small World, just to name a few.
This specialty store in the Village is a great place to find original art or get your favorite work framed. There is a wide selection of etchings, engravings, lithographs and serigraphs, including the work of artist Thomas Kinkade. George Hager's scenic landscape and wildlife photographs are a popular display. The staff is eager to help you to find the print you are looking for. Closed Mondays and the last Sunday of every month.
If you are looking for computer equipment and accessories at a reasonable price, stop by this shop in the Village. Here you can buy, sell or trade new or used computers, printers and related items. The selection depends on recent trades and sales, but when the inventory is high, you can find the best prices in town. If the shop does not have exactly what you need, the friendly staff will refer you to a store in town that does.
This blue trimmed boutique in the Village has clothing for women of all ages. The small store is brimming with designer styles, accessories, and jewelry for girls, pre-teens and adults. Try on a dress for any occasion, whether prom, a wedding or a casual night out. While you are waiting for the dressing room, kick back on the comfy couch in the middle of the store. The staff is very accommodating.
The store recently relocated to the popular Village Shopping Center and features quality equipment at discount prices. Whether you are a major league snow carver or strapping on skis for the first time, the experienced and attentive staff will find the right gear for you. Check out the latest alpine and downhill skis from Nordica, Salomon, Rossignol and Tecnica. This is also the place to pick up hip accessories like gloves, goggles, helmets and clothing. In addition to skis and snowboards, the shop carries inline skates by Rollerblade, K2, Salomon and Roces.
A Boulder institution since 1955, locals swear this is the best hardware store on Earth... and they might be right. With friendly staff and over 200,000 items ranging from home improvement to outdoor gear and equipment, you are sure to find whatever you are looking for an then some. Home Depot has nothing on them! Even if you're not looking for anything in particular a trip to this landmark makes for a fun afternoon, and you'll probably end up with something you didn't even know you needed.
Just when you thought Boulder fashion centered on fleece, flannel and hippie wear, you stumble upon this studious shop. Specializing in stylish yet traditional business wear, The Regiment Shops carries classic suit designs for men. You will also find a selection of accessories including a wide assortment of designer ties. The professional staff offers skilled suggestions and makes sure you leave looking perfect. Tailoring is also available.
Among all the used bookstores peppering Boulder, this intimate shop on the Pearl Street Mall, remains a favorite with locals. Stuffed to the rafters with classics, history, travel guides, biographies, sci-fi, romance, and the best in current and obscure fiction, the store buys and sells second-hand books. It is an economical place to update your bookshelf. Bring in the books you have already read and replace them with "new" ones.