Built as a hotel, this structure was remodeled in 1993, using the distinctive massing of the Pueblo Revival style in battered walls, blunt angles, and stepped parapets. Tile floors, unpainted wood columns, wooden bracket capitals, and vigas also helped to transform this once nondescript hotel complex. Arched facade openings, outdoor landscaping, and patios make the inn a key piece in the revival of Golden's main street.
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Table Mountain Inn
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