Gift Certificates from the Boulder Hotel Antidote
We honor gift cards and gift certificates from the following issuers:
- Our selves, aka “house gift certificates”
In order to redeem a gift certificate, make a reservation at the inn. At the time of reservation, it is recommended that guests ask the inn to verify the gift certificate is valid. At time of check-out, present the gift certificate. Redemptions are subject to our policies given below.
Guests may purchase gift certificates by calling the inn at the numbers below.
We sell gift cards issued by bedandbreakfast.com. These gift cards:
- have no blackout dates,
- do not expire
- are valid at 4,000+ B&Bs.
We also sell house gift certificates.
House Gift Certificates
We issue four types of House Gift Certificates:
- STATED VALUE Gift Certificate. The purchaser simply puts a dollar amount on the gift certificate for use by the gift certificate recipient at the inn.
- STATED ROOM NIGHTS Gift Certificate. This gift certificate is good for a stated number of nights but limited to certain rooms. The gift certificate can be redeemed for stays in those rooms (and rooms that carry equal or lower rates).
- ANY ROOM Gift Certificate. This gift certificate is good for any room in the inn for a stated number of nights.
- CANCELLATION Gift Certificate. These are “stated value” gift certificates issued in conjunction with a cancellation. See below.
- RESERVATIONS. A credit card must be provided when making a reservation even though the guest wishes to redeem a gift certificate. The reservation is subject to our cancellation policy stated on our policies page. At time of check-out the guest should present the gift certificate for redemption.
- EXPIRATION. Unless stated otherwise, gift certificates do not expire.
- BLACKOUT DATES. The inn has no blackout dates and accepts gift certificates for any stay.
- TRANSFERABILITY. Unless stated otherwise, our house gift certificates are transferable.
- TAX. There is no sales tax charged on gift certificate purchases. However, there is accommodations tax of 10.05% charged on redemptions of gift certificates. Purchasers should consider this when determining the value they wish to place on a "stated value" gift certificate for the benefit of a recipient.
- CASH VALUE. Gift certificates have no cash value and are not refundable.
- FEES. There are no fees incurred when purchasing or redeeming a gift certificate. We mail the gift certificates free of charge. There is a 5% processing fee when the inn opts to issue a gift certificate as a courtesy to the guest when the guest is being charged for a cancellation under the cancellation policy.