Welcome to The Oasis on Eisenhower, our historic home turned Museinn, featuring 5 one-of-a-kind themed rooms. Each room has been hand-crafted and custom-designed to be a unique and immersive art experience. Whether you want to have an audience with an ogre, sleep on a floating bed beneath a UFO, chill to the max by the fireplace in our radical cabin, go back in time watching your favorite classic movies and reliving your 8-track dreams, or sleep like royalty in the genie's bottle, we have a room for you. Four rooms also feature views of the beautiful Rocky Mountains.
The museum + inn experience continues throughout the lobby and to the grounds outside, ensuring that your amazing night's sleep will be part of something greater, making you feel moved, think deeply, and notice the wonderful world around you. We have art, history, science, and fantasy to stimulate your senses and engage you in a positive way. Your job is to explore and enjoy all the curiosities!
Outside you can relax in the 19-foot swim spa while taking in the glow of a magical Colorado sunset, walk through the native-plant gardens, sit with friends or make new ones around the firepit, or watch your little ones have fun on the playground while you browse the giftshop we've stocked with pieces from local artists, including our own original works.
Built in 1904 as the Loveland Christian Orphanage, then home to farmers and entrepreneurs, housing multiple generations together and finally boarders, this property's significant history has inspired us to embrace the values of goodwill that gave it its beginnings and have surrounded it ever since. Originally part of a 200-acre tract, our 1/2-acre oasis has seen the city grow around it. We're surrounded on three sides by residential homes and by businesses to the north. We're within a 5-minute walk to several restaurants, the grocery store, pharmacy, convenience and liquor stores, and a coffee shop.
At The Oasis, bask in your own secluded world amidst the benefits of the bustling city. The Benson Sculpture Garden is mere minutes away by car, as are Lake Loveland, Boyd Lake and the Devil’s Backbone Open Space. Loveland's bustling downtown, including the Foundry, is also within a 10-minute drive. An easy 10-minute walk will take you down to the Big Thompson River, where you can tie-in to the city's extensive trail system and enjoy the local wildlife and mountain views.