The established 1882 Grand Imperial Hotel provides 40 guest rooms, which are tastefully decorated in beautiful wallpaper, lace, antiques and has 14 foot-high ceilings. The lobby is equipped with a tin ceiling, grand piano, Victorian wall covering, racy paintings, and rich woodwork. All rooms have spectacular views of the San Juan Mountains.
The Painted Lady Saloon features live ragtime piano music during lunch and special occasions. You can also enjoy a delectable meal in the same place Silverton's Sheriff Bat Masterson snagged his outlaw gangs and even left a bullet hole in the famous 100 year old ornately covered back bar.