What a great experience. We went in January so it was rather quite at the hotel which was really nice. I would highly recommend taking both the Stanley tour and the night time paranormal tour. So much history and information it will make your stay just that much better. Great tour guides with so much knowledge. We stayed next to Room 217 which was once a great big suite that included our room. Definitely had some paranormal experience in our room that kept me awake all night one of the nights. Our room stayed rather chilly but I chalk that up to the spirits that are hanging out in the room. Great Whiskey Bar, great experience at the Cascades Restaurant. I can't say enough about this place you have to experience it yourself.
Definitely a bucket list item
Traveller from Salt Lake City, Utah
Built in 1909, this grand Georgian-style hotel is located in the small resort town of Estes Park, 7500 feet above sea level …More
This is a good place for the price and location. Staff is friendly, rooms are comfortable. I stay at this hotel every year for the Scottish festival and have not been disappointed yet. This was my first stay other than the festival and still found it enjoyable.
Traveller from Colorado
Situated in Estes Park, this hotel is within a 10-minute walk of Reel Mountain Theater, Stanley Village, and Aspen and …More
I will definitely be back! This has been by far my favorite place I have stayed at for a mountain area. I went here to celebrate a 21st birthday and had a blast. The front desk was extremely helpful and nice. I believe I talked to Stanley and he was one of the nicest workers I have met.
I got the deluxe one bedroom suite and it was perfect. The room was clean. There were two TV's in the room, and one didn't work but it was nice to be away from technology for a bit. The bathroom was small, but not a huge deal.
The location of the lodge is perfect. I made reservations at Tavern 1929 for dinner and in order to get to the restaurant all I had to do was walk down stairs. During the dinner the staff was very welcoming. The best night to go to the restaurant is on Saturday nights, because they have a live band during the dinner. It is a small town setting and you really feel that throughout the evening. Their brewery selections are great. The walls of the rooms were build in a way that you can't hear the band in your lodge room.
Had a blast here, by far my favorite lodge I have stayed out.
Situated in Estes Park, this lodge is 2.6 mi (4.1 km) from Tiny Town Miniature Golf and 3.1 mi (5 km) from Estes Park Golf …More
We stayed in the "hot tub suite" cabin and absolutely loved it. It was private but still very close to town. Everyone that I encountered at the desk (down the road at Fawn Valley Inn, as this office is closed for winter) was incredibly helpful and friendly. Kitchen stocked with coffee, hot chocolate, popcorn, etc. Hot tub was amazing for the cold nights! We loved the fireplace, too and you can get firewood for $5/bundle at the office. Right down the road from The Stanley, where we had a beautiful dinner. The downtown is charming and has great restaurants. My only concern our whole stay was that the extra pillows/blanket don't seem to have been washed, which kind of grossed us out but we were having such a wonderful stay, we didn't want to bother management with it. Definitely 5 stars - we had such a great time and will definitely come again next year!
Traveller from OKC
Situated in Estes Park, this cabin is within 2 mi (3 km) of Performance Park, Mrs. Walsh's Garden, and Historic Park Theatre …More
Pocket Guide: Rocky Mountain National Park Estes Park Hotels
A gateway to Rocky Mountain National Park, this Colorado town is home to unique galleries, shops, and restaurants. Mountain walks, hikes, mountaineering, ice-climbing, and snowshoeing await you in the national park, whose mountain peaks reach heights between 8,500 and 14,000 feet (2,591 to 4,267 meters).