Tesla Supercharger now available for guests, drop-ins at B&B in Old Colorado CityThe Old Town Guesthouse B&B in Old Colorado City has become the region's first lodging host to offer a Tesla Supercharger.
The agreement with Tesla Motors makes the eight-room locale at 115 S. 26th St. the first charging station available at a lodging between Denver and New Mexico, according to a press release from brother-sister owners Dave and Kim Wolinski.
Charging is an amenity for overnight guests, or $15 for stop-ins as the schedule allows, the release adds.
The Supercharger suggestion for the Guesthouse had come from Select Registry, a private entity that keeps a list of lodging locations (including the Guesthouse) that meet certain quality specifications.
Providing the offering fits the Wolinskis' effort to be a “very green” B&B site, the release adds.
The Wolinskis have owned the Guesthouse for about a year.
Tesla, which builds electric cars, offers Supercharger sites at various locations around the country. A full charge, which takes just over four hours, provides a range of 265 miles, company information states.
From a press release