Fort Collins CO Corporate Housing and Furnished Apartments
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We offer corporate housing throughout the entire Fort Collins area including Loveland, Greeley, Evans, La Salle.
An Introduction to Fort Collins, CO
Fort Collins, CO holds the distinction of being one of America’s top one hundred places to live. It has held this title for a few years now, and with good reason. It is a city that offers something for every occasion and season, where working hard and playing harder, come easily. Imagine, 300 days out of the year where sunshine rules and the crisp Rocky Mountain air is on tap, and you will realize why Fort Collins is best appreciated in the outdoors. If you’re new in town and are putting up in Fort Collins corporate housing, there are a few things you’re going to want to do to become one of the locals.
Dining Recommendations for Fort Collins Corporate Housing Residents
The first thing you're going to want to do when you get into town is get your bearings on all the best places to eat. When it comes to Fort Collins, there is no shortage of that. Be it alfresco dining, Japanese cuisine, good ol' steak or just a simple sub, you're going to find a fantastic collection of it all. Following are some of our favorites:
Once you get your food choices decided, and you've figured out the in's and out's of your temporary housing in Fort Collins, it's time to get to know your surrounding and the many things you can do in this amazing expanse of the country.
- The Charcoal Broiler on East Mulberry St. : They are open every day of the week, starting at 6am with a hearty breakfast menu of pancakes, eggs, and off course, toast; and they don't quit till after 10.30 at night serving some of the best burgers, steaks and pork chops throughout the day.
- The Coopersmith Pub and Brewery at Old Town Square: No doubt, you've heard of all the legendary microbreweries in Colorado and its time you tasted what all the hubbub is about. Well you'll get your chance here. With sit-down menus that include mouth-watering appetizers, garden-fresh salads, finger foods, entrees that get the juices going and a pub, with more varieties of beer than you can shake a stick at.
- Enzio's Italian Kitchen on West Mountain St.: If you love Italian food, Enzio's will hook you up. They have an amazing happy hour menu including $5 mini pizzas and wine. They are known for their great service with reliable tasty food from salads to spaghetti and clams.
- Suehiro Japanese Restaurant on Corbett Drive: Hot summer days sometimes need light sushi lunches. Here's where you will find it. It's one of the most authentic Japanese restaurants this side of the Rockies. The sushi bar is exquisite and the choice of drafts and sake to accompany them are seemingly endless.
- Sunny Lubick Steakhouse on South College Ave.: It's just really nicely done steaks here. It will be a good place to take a client to for dinner. Nothing closes a deal like a hearty meal of prime rib, filet mignon, salmon steaks or oysters and scallops.
Entertainment Recommendations from Almost Home
Regardless of season, there is plenty to do. Venture out from your furnished apartment to enjoy a wealth of Fort Collins enjoyments--from horseback riding in the spring, to white water rafting in the summer, fishing in the fall and skiing in the winter, Fort Collins is alive all year around. For the summer, I'd recommend whitewater rafting at the Poudre River, not far from downtown Fort Collins. This is also a great location for trout fishing and the path that follows the river is also a good hiking trail. Other than that there are a number of other activities you could do:
There is, of course, a lot more than these in and around Fort Collins, but you get the idea. There is a lot to do, a lot to see and so much to enjoy here in Fort Collins.
Overall, Fort Collins is one of the finest placed on the map where one could hang his hat. From sumptuous food, to exhilarating outdoor experiences and superb, crisp year-round weather, Fort Collins is a fabulous place to call home, even for just a little while. Come try out one of Almost Home's luxury corporate apartments today!
- Horseback Riding: There are numerous horseback riding trails in and around Fort Collins so don't miss the opportunity to saddle up while you're in town. There are some spectacular rides that lead into Roosevelt National forest that ascends beyond 8500 feet. There are even rides in the snow when winter rolls around. Beaver Meadows Stables on Marmot Drive will be able to take care of you.
- Whitewater Rafting: If you are into water sports and kayaking, or if you like the thrill of whitewater rafting, Fort Collins is one of the best places in the country to experience it. I'd recommend whitewater rafting at the Poudre River, not far from downtown Fort Collins and you can get in touch with the folks at A Wanderlust Adventure
- Golfing: Golfing is almost a year round event in Fort Collins. As long as there is no snow on the ground, the chances are that you can get a tee time. The public course are well manicured and designed to appeal to almost every golfer. Southridge Golf Course on South Lemay Avenue and Collindale Golf Course on East Horsetooth Rd will be something you may like while you are in town. If you plan on being in town for a year or more, getting a membership at Pelican Lakes Golf and Country Club may serve you well. They have a championship course that is exceptional.
- Skiing: Of course everyone knows that Colorado is the world's skiing haven. The same is true of Fort Collins. Well there isn't skiing in the town itself, but its not that far. Within 90 minutes of the town you will find Eldora Mountain, within 120 minutes you will find Snowy Range and within two hours of Fort Collins you will find Loveland. And these are just a few of the many other peaks you will find close to home. But if you want something closer, try Beaver Meadows Ranch, just 30 miles away. It has good cross country ski trails and log cabins that make for a picturesque experience.
- Hiking: Some of the best hiking trails you will ever find are just a stone's throw from downtown Fort Collins. The Horsetooth Falls is a 6-mile trail just outside Fort Collins, in Horsetooth Mountain. It usually takes an average of 2-3 hours to complete and all the while you will be treated to views that are nothing short of spectacular.
- Camping: Camping is another fantastic summer activity in Fort Collins for individuals, friends and even the entire family. The clean country air, and blue skies that envelop Colorado are on magnificent display here. There are a few KOA sites that you can try out. I recommend The North Wellington KOA if you happen to rent an RV, well they've got your hook-ups or if you want you can camp out under the stars or rent one of their cabins. Another good campground is Estes Park Campgrounds at Mary's Lake, a little south of Fort Collins. It offers magnificent views in the day and is a stargazers paradise at night.
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