La Quinta Inn & Suites Loveland

Address: 1450 Cascade Ave, Loveland, Colorado, 80538, United States | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel, located on 1450 Cascade Ave, Loveland, is near Benson Park Sculpture Garden, Loveland Museum/Gallery, Mariana Butte Golf Course, and Olde Course at Loveland.
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          • Restaurant
          • Indoor pool
          • Swimming pool
          • Fitness/Health center


          • Free High-Speed Internet
          • Wireless internet connection in room (free)
          • Microwave in room
          • Refrigerator in room
          • Wireless internet connection in public areas
          • Air-Conditioning
          • Wheelchair accessibility
          • Free parking
          • Pets allowed


          • Suites


          • Continental Breakfast
          • Business Services

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          4.00 of 5 stars Excellent

          Travel Blogs from Loveland

          Devil's Backbone to Coyote Ridge

          A travel blog entry by caminogals on Dec 06, 2014

          8 photos

          Today, we hiked from Devil's Backbone just west of Loveland to the Coyote Ridge trailhead. We managed a total of 9.74 miles with a lot of ups and downs and rocky terrain. The weather was cool and it seemed like we did a lot of putting on and taking off of layers to stay comfortable with the temperatures of the day. We left a car at the Coyote Ridge trailhead where we planned to end our walk for the day. Johnna met ...

          Exploring Colorado Rt 14.

          A travel blog entry by wright2 on Jul 31, 2014

          12 photos

          ... Bighorn Sheep” grazing on the hill side not far off the road; we were completely surprised at the sight of the sheep and also because they did not run when we approached, there were 8 that we could see, adult females and several calves. Watching them climb over the rocks and boulders was amazing. Returning to the campground we sat outside
          enjoying the late afternoon air with a glass of wine and our books.


          Loveland Pass

          A travel blog entry by dvacation on Jan 15, 2014

          3 photos

          ... at each other. I saw roads in the distance zigzagging downward on the ridges, brows, and valleys of these never-ending-weaving mountains. The mountains are bigger than huge. They have different climates and different vegetations grow at different level. Near the top, the mountains are relatively barren; no big trees grow at that high elevation...
          More stories and pictures at ...

          Tundra & Hailstorm

          A travel blog entry by nayandjay2 on Jul 18, 2013


          ... We pulled over when at last we could and marvelled at the storm. We resumed our descent after the hail stopped, but the rain and lightening kept on til we were well out of the park. Have to say leaving the Rockies behind was not sad at all. They did indeed fade away quickly. Within 30 minutes of exiting Estes Park all was flat...the first time in 5 weeks our surroundings had not been dominated by mountains. On to Nebraska and the true start of heading ...

          And the winner is........

          A travel blog entry by margyandpaul on Mar 13, 2013

          2 photos

          We arrived back in Loveland to find snow, a bit of a shock after the warmth of Santiago.

          Thanks to everyone who entered the picture-naming contest. Here are the entries. We loved reading them - they all brought us some laughter.

          Julie: "Who is that, ruining the view?"
          Tory: "Global warming"
          Roy: "Who needs Blondes???"
          Ed: "The many faces of pre-glacier ...