Bed and Breakfast Innkeepers of Colorado Membership, Who we are…

The Bed and Breakfast Innkeepers of Colorado is a collection of bed & breakfast inns of all shapes & sizes sprinkled around the State of Colorado. All BBIC Members enjoy a host of Benefits and are proud to appear in the Association’s brochure, web site and social media. Find out how the BBIC supports its members!

Member Benefits At-a-Glance

Rewards for Full B&B Members include increased bookings through the BBIC Internet site, State Guide, and member networking. Benefit from a sharing of common ideas and problem solving, knowing that there are others just like you!

In addition, you gain:

  • Internet listing page on including a description, individual website, booking, social media and email links directly to your own website and photos.
  • Social Media exposure, via Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Pinterest, YouTube, blog entries and promotional post boosts by the association.
  • National Media Marketing opportunities including our BBIC press release program through our Colorado Travel Inn-Sights Newsletter distributed to  more than 4,000 travel media, inns and inn-goers each month.
  • Full-color inn/photo listing in B&B State Guides distributed at all Colorado Welcome Centers, member inns, visitor centers and through email/mail inquiries.
  • Resources available on state laws for B&Bs.
  • Legislative Support and government lobbying efforts.
  • Individual/Group Marketing opportunity updates with high search engine optimization as a select B&B member inn on
  • Free Listing on our “Inns for Sale” website page.

Annual B&B Innkeeper Meeting with educational workshops and networking.

Our special BBIC discount partners:

  • Denver Convention and Visitors Bureau web/print listing for just $100


Full Membership (Apply Now)

Annual Dues – $275.00

Basic Qualifications for Full Membership in BBIC

Traditional bed and breakfast establishments are eligible for Full Membership. Properties such as hotels, motels and other such businesses, although they may offer bed and breakfast accommodations, are not eligible for membership. Traditional bed and breakfast establishments are residential in nature or reflective of residential character. The inn must have a resident innkeeper who is personally involved in the guest care. The inn must supply short-term, overnight lodging in which breakfast and refreshments are included in the room rate.

Basic Responsibilities for Full Membership in the BBIC

  • Member inns must carry adequate and current B&B liability insurance.
  • Member inns assume full responsibility for meeting all applicable B&B business requirements to be enforced by local authorities.
  • Member inns operate in a professional business-like manner.
  • Member inns are responsible for paying current dues, submitting a yearly agreement form and update.

Thank you for your interest in Bed and Breakfast Innkeepers of Colorado.

We look forward to welcoming you into the Colorado Bed & Breakfast Association!