It's not too late to head for the hills. On Friday, November 28, the Hotel Jerome will reopen two dining venues: The Library (a wine bar with a small-plates menu) and the Century Room (fine dining). And in honor of their reopening, on Friday both hotel guests and local residents will get a 50 percent discount on dinner at either restaurant (both are overseen by Christopher Keating, culinary director at the hotel).
For those who don't want to fork out for food, on Friday the hotel will also serve free hot cider and hot chocolate in the lobby for everyone who wants to see the Jerome turn on its holiday lights at 6 p.m.
For Front Range residents, the hotel is offering a special room rate of $129/night for the Thanksgiving weekend. And only this weekend. Sorry.
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