Stay in the Know with the Strater Blog
With so much happening around the hotel in front and behind the scenes, it is fun for us to share some of that information with our guests through our Strater Blog. Please check back at your leisure to stay in the know about our beautiful historic home. Thank you very much for your interest in the historic Strater Hotel and we hope you enjoy our updates.
The leaves are changing colors and a chill is in the air this fall, as we drift into November at The Office Spiritorium and Diamond Belle Saloon. We always see many of our local clientele during this time of year. Our lunches vary one day to the next and be quite busy with familiar and new faces.Read More »
Rocky Horror is a silly show with great musical numbers but not much to speak of in the way of an actual story. Basically, Brad and Janet get caught in a rainstorm with a flat tire, seek help at a castle just up the road, all sorts of mildly perverse and fun craziness ensues. Brad and Janet are left behind as the whole castle becomes an intergalactic transport vehicle for the resident transsexual Transylvanians who have decided that this night is the perfect night to go home.Read More »
It is a commonly known fact that Durango residents will use any excuse to dress in silly costumes and wander around to all of our many fine eating and drinking establishments. So it’s no wonder that Halloween is one of our most favorite times of year including for those of us at the Henry Strater Theatre where we are once again working hard to bring you the best Rocky Horror Show – Live On Stage that anyone in Southwest Colorado has ever seen.Read More »
Fall is upon us! The leaves are starting to turn, as with that comes the kickoff of concert season at the Henry Strater Theatre. We are so happy to have the opportunity every fall to host a wide variety of great festivals, comedians, theatre shows and, of course, amazing music.Read More »
These are the dog days of summer, and making the most of them around the Strater Hotel and Durango are easy. Many people ask us what the locals do. Well, that’s easy this time of year. The Animas River is full of life pretty much every day from rafting, paddle boarding, and tubing. Locals and…Read More »