The 2014 home of the fifteenth annual Moondance International Film Festival, is at this historic, elegant hotel, with its stained-glass lobby ceiling, rich woodwork & a classic upscale Victorian-style ambience. The Hotel Boulderado has been a downtown Boulder landmark since it opened in 1909. Another famous feature is the original cantilevered cherrywood staircase, extending from the basement all the way to the fifth floor. The mezzanine balcony overlooking the lobby is one of Boulder’s most popular photography points. The entire mosaic tile floor covering the entryway, lobby, and dining room is original. The operator-attended Otis elevator in the lobby is over 100 years old and still works as smoothly as the day it was installed. The white marble water fountain to the left of the front desk is the only one remaining of a series of fountains around the city whose water was piped directly from Boulder’s own Arapahoe Glacier.