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|"Beautiful hotel and amazing views."||(in 106 reviews)|
|"It was an amazing room."||(in 63 reviews)|
|"Awesome bar and nice experience."||(in 24 reviews)|
|"The bed was uncomfortable!"||(in 28 reviews)|
|"Unfriendly hotel check-in (at main building)."||(in 58 reviews)|
|"Tiny rooms, incredibly claustrophobic."||(in 98 reviews)|
First of all, if you are paying to stay the night, I’d recommend staying in the main hotel for the “true experience”!! Yes, it’s expensive, but for many it is a once in a lifetime experience so it’s worth the money. The Hotel is old and in need of repair but It is a beautiful Hotel and the experience is well worth it!
Our room was kind of dirty upon arrival. Nothing that took away from the experience. The Hotel is old but Beautiful.. In my opinion, I think like the ownership/Management really need to invest into an experienced on site maintenance staff, necessary equipment, and a necessary maintenance budget that would allow for daily upkeep & repairs to the property. I’ve been a property Maintenance Supervisor for 25 years and know the importance of maintaining such properties & I noticed a lot of “curb appeal” projects that would really help enhance the beauty of the property & Hotel buildings.
Nice location, historical vibe was cool. Good food and bar.
Overpriced for what it is, and a lightbulb literally caught fire and then exploded right on top of where we were sitting in the lobby. Considering the place is made entirely of wood it was kind of terrifying. Next time I care to go by I'll just stop in at the bar/restaurant.
Very disappointed. Not worth what we paid.
Hallway was dirty and never vacuumed. Littered with dirty dishes. Room was not vacuumed. Location of room was horrible. Could hear everything in the next room and from the room above us.
The staff was very helpful. The facilities did not disappoint!
The staff did a great job of attending to our needs
No air conditioning made the room very uncomfortable.
Beautiful views of the mountains. Convenient walk to downtown Estes Park.
Limited bathroom counter space, poor wifi, uninformed concierge, unaddressed maintenance issues .
Historical, deserves better maintainence
Enjoyed the historical atmosphere and that ghost tour.
We were surprised by the outside appearance...peeling paint, untended landscaping, and building materials.
Came here on my birthday with my friend and dog. It was such an amazing stay and the staff was really friendly. My dog really liked the treats in the rooms and the dog bed, water and food bowls where a nice touch. Can't wait to visit again.
I didn't know the ghost tour was where you had to buy a ticket in advance, but other than that everything was perfect.
We took the history of the hotel tour and really enjoyed it.
We stayed on the 4th floor and the room was smaller than expected.
Most of staff was excellent and hotel is over 100 years old and a very interesting place to stay.
Heating is very poor when cold and windy and also found out they do not have air conditioning for summer months.
The restaurant was fantastic and the servers knew everything about the dishes and wines they offered. Very warm and friendly, yet professional. The front desk bent over backwards to make sure any and all our questions were answered and that we were well taken care of.
Sense of history
No pool are real recreations facilities
The outside is very stately.
There are alot of people wandering around who are not guests. There was always something going on.
The Stanley is lovely: It's comfortable and the location is amzaing. The great staff and elegant ambiance, made it a pleasurable experience.
Very pleasant, older hotel with nice accommodations, including free WiFi.
Appears to need a lot of little thing fixed (windows don't open right, etc). Also, no AC in rooms.
Old time ambiance.
Bed was uncomfortable. Bathroom small and dingy.
I stayed during a weekend where there were two weddings. Lots of people and lots of noise. Parties going into the night. Giggling girls next door. No card in room detailing the times of the opening and closing of restaurant, bar, and the downstairs snack and coffee area. My nephew was traveling with me, he fell on mountain and twisted his ankle. I asked for a wheelchair that was provided. I asked if there was a doctor in the house. He said no. Never asked if I needed any assistance. Just walked away upon giving me the wheelchair. When placed reservation asked for a mountain view, did not get.
I loved the history and ambience at The Stanley Hotel. It has such a great story behind it and you just can't help but love the Stanley's for their kindness and devotion to this place.
Only that they did not have any type of room service or drink machines on any of the floors.
The architecture and old stuff
Yes. The wedding guests were on cell phones and closing doors and drunk keeping us wake past 2 am. We had no phone in our room to call down to the desk for security. We told the revelers that "people were trying to sleep." And the young man's response was "I'm trying to get into my room."
The Stanley Hotel is a uniquely designed venue in the foothills of the Rocky Mountains in Estes Park, Colorado. It invites guests to choose from a variety of accommodation options. Unlike other hotels, it has four different styles to choose from, Residences - contemporary and expansive condominiums; Aspire - one to three bedroom apartment style residences; The Stanley, which offers historic-style hotel rooms; and The Lodge which features a boutique feel and updated yet historically styled hotel rooms.
The classic Stanley Hotel is known for its charm and character. Over the years, it has also become known for the many modern amenities that visitors are treated to. Some of the most popular include 42-inch HDTVs, free Wi-Fi, seven Tesla supercharge stations, and stunning views of the surrounding courtyard and the Rocky Mountains.
With so much to offer it's no wonder that The Stanley Hotel has become one of the most in-demand wedding locations in the area. Those interested are invited to choose from a number of all-inclusive packages which include: complimentary dance floor, champagne toast for couple and guests, menu tastings for weddings of at least 75 guests, a professional banquet staff, and complete custom set up and tear down.
The Stanley Hotel is also a popular venue for meetings, conferences, and corporate retreats. It boasts over 14,000 square feet of outdoor space and another 13,000 square feet of indoor space which makes it easy to accommodate meetings and functions of all sizes. The on-site planner is there to help make a company conference or meeting one that employees won't soon forget.
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The Stanley Hotel has an impressive history and has often been used as a filming location – you may recognize it as the inspiration for the iconic horror film "The Shining". Guests can tour the public areas of the legendary building on a day or night tour, which will delve into the history of the hotel and acquaint you with the stories associated with it. Note that both tours have an age limit as some of the content can be a little scary.
There are plenty of events going on at the Stanley Hotel, from live music and theater performances to interactive experiences like murder mystery dinners. Regular events also include a stargazing and storytelling session, which is held every evening from Thursday to Sunday and ends with an outdoor movie screening and s’mores.
Thanks to its location near the Rocky Mountains, the hotel is able to offer adventure enthusiasts a wide range of thrilling activities. A partnership with a local adventure center means that all activities can be booked through the hotel, including plenty of rock climbing.
The vast majority of the tours and excursions offered by the Stanley Hotel involve the great outdoors – a wide range of guided hikes will allow you to get acquainted with the local area, including essentials like lunch, snacks and adventure equipment, plus storytelling and explanations about local flora and fauna. Other tour options include a via ferrata traverse, a trip to Sky Pond and the Lake of Glass, and a night of cliff camping, which sees adrenaline seekers spend a night suspended on the side of a cliff.
If you’re coming to the hotel for its historic appeal, you may well want to stay in one of the "Spirited Rooms". Located in the main building, these are among the most requested rooms and are famed for their paranormal activity. Iconic room numbers include Suite 217 (made famous by Stephen King), and rooms 401, 407 and 428.
The journey from Denver International Airport to the Stanley Hotel takes around 1h 30m depending on traffic. Metered taxis will be rather expensive, so it may be best to book a pre-arranged transfer service or opt for a rental car. A relatively cost-effective option is to take the shared Estes Park Shuttle, which departs several times a day from the airport and costs $45 per person for a one-way ticket.
Dining at the Stanley Hotel includes comfortable indoor surroundings, al fresco tables, a covered patio and a seasonal outdoor bar. The famous Cascades restaurant focuses on classic American dishes made with high-quality local ingredients, while the Colorado Cherry Company is the place to go for a quick snack of ice cream, pastries or sandwiches. Finally, refined palates will delight in the sophisticated surroundings of the Whiskey Bar, which offers a wide range of premium spirits and fine wines. (Prices checked 05/06/19).
The Stanley Hotel is located at 333 Wonderview Avenue, 0.7 km from the centre of Estes Park. Reel Mountain Theater is the closest landmark to The Stanley Hotel.
Check-in time is 4:00 PM and check-out time is 11:00 AM at The Stanley Hotel.
Yes, The Stanley Hotel offers free Wi-Fi.
Yes, The Stanley Hotel offers free parking.
No, The Stanley Hotel does not offer free airport shuttle service.
The Stanley Hotel is 43.6 km from Loveland Northern Colorado. The Stanley Hotel is 92.5 km from Denver Intl.
No, The Stanley Hotel does not have a pool on-site.