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Introduction

After the rigorousness of 2020, the emergence of Covid-19, the political turmoil, natural disaster, protests both armed and peaceful, the election that held, and finally, some positivity concerning the Covid-19 vaccines. 2020 was a tough one, but we are all still here and in need of rejuvenation. Estes Park provides the perfect escape for everyone wanting to reboot, detox, relax, take a break, reset, and any other verb you can use to qualify what you need right now. There are many hotels and VRBOs in Estes Park, from where you can explore the majestic mountains, alpine water basins, beautiful wildlife, and the mind-blowing altitude. We will be showing you the five best Estes Park Hotels and Cabins to reboot in 2021. Other hotels in Estes Park will provide you fantastic service for sure; this list was a difficult one to make, yet it had to be made to remove the hassle.

Estes Park: Your Safety Matters

Every establishment here in Estes Park is instructed to make every arrangement that will encourage the safety of our esteemed guests. The hotels and cabins are not expected to violate these safety measures;

  • Face masks required for guests and staff in public areas
  • Hand sanitizer available to guests and staff and placed in public areas
  • Stay-at-home policy for staff with symptoms
  • Regularly sanitized high-traffic areas
  • Staff required to wash hands regularly
  • Regular temperature checks for staff
  • No contact check-in and; No contact check-out
  • Individually wrapped toiletries

5 Best Estes Park Cabins and Cottages

The Woodlands On Fall River

They offer some of the best services you can hope for, located at 1888 Fall River Road. Situated in a beautiful scene complete with mountains, lovely landscape, century-old trees, this hotel is very peaceful. It is some 3.2km away from the Fall River entrance of Rocky Mountain National Park and not far from Estes Park. Their room types include; two-bedroom and loft, homestead home, two-bedroom condo, hidden pine cottage, one-bedroom, and lakefront home; guests have described some of the accommodation as a hybrid of a condo and a cabin. These excellent lodgings have private decks to view the mountains, the river, and stargaze at night; the truth is, yes, there are many units for selection, and they are all just so good it does not matter which one you end up with.

Activities to do here are numerous, from hiking to enjoying scenic drives, watching the abundant wildlife, shopping at Historic Estes Park and Stanley Village, dining; you can also visit local attractions such as Estes Park Aerial Tramway and Tiny Town Miniature Golf, which are local attractions. Also, the staff is friendly and fun to talk to and easily give out tips on places to visit and what activities to engage in. Every unit offers the same amenities except for minor alterations, so expect a hot/spa tub, laundry facilities, barbecue grills, free WiFi in public areas, open parking, a kitchen, a refrigerator, flat-screen TV with cable, DVD player, dishwasher, a coffee machine, a bath, a hairdryer, an oven a pool, fans, propane grill, fireplaces with free wood at check-in (you buy additional bundles for $5), private balcony, seating area, and microwave.

Children are welcomed here, for little ones in need of cribs, guardians should request free cribs, the hotel does give extra beds, and the minimum age for check-in is 21 and above. Unfortunately, pets are not allowed here at Woodlands on Fall River hotel.

Estes Park Condos Hotel 

Located on 1400 David Drive, Estes Park Condos is often described as the perfect mountain getaway but with comfort. Located in Fall River Estates and set in the secluded section of the Fall River, this hotel’s accommodations are tucked into a grove of pine and spruce trees, almost shy. The hotel rooms track the river and are rounded by the majestic mountains on all the flanks. You want to reboot in a place of tranquility and peaceful habitation; you found it.

Estes Park Condos Hotel has three properties: Antler’s Pointe, Bugle Pointe, and Creekside Suites & Condos, each having 1, 2, and 3 bedrooms, respectively, living rooms that have sofa sleepers, full kitchens, and bathrooms. They also boast 80 other accommodations, which are beautifully put together to receive you and provide satisfaction. This condo building has conference space

Activities available at the hotel include; wildlife viewing. The hotel is constantly visited by black bears, elk, deer, bighorn sheep, fox, marmot, bobcat, and moose. In addition, horse riding, fishing on the Fall River, visit Rocky Mountain National Park (the hotel is 1.6km away from its north entrance), go shopping in Estes Park, and check out the Historic Fall River Hydro plant, Fall River Visitor Center, Fall River Entrance Station and Performance Park. Other recreational activities such as snowboarding, cross-country skiing, snow tubing, ice skating, sledding, and snowmobiling are available during the winter.

Some amenities on-site; private hot tubs or spas, patio grill, private patio, free parking, complimentary newspapers, barbecue grills, a refrigerator, an oven, a stovetop, a microwave, a flat-screen TV with cable, a DVD player, free WiFi, a balcony, coffee/tea makers complimentary toiletries, hairdryers, toaster, blender, outdoor furniture, laundromat, irons, ironing boards, window screens, heating, picnic area, outdoor furniture, and ceiling fans. Housekeeping is available but limited.

The hotel has a conference center capable of accommodating 60 people, so they use the opportunity of natural beauty to conduct weddings, and there is an on-site Events Director. In addition, there is a reception hall, a meeting room, and some workspaces. It allows smoking only in the designated smoking areas.

The minimum check-in age is 18 years, and credit cards are the only acceptable form of payment; the property operates a no-cash policy. Children are welcomed, but the hotel does not arrange extra beds and cribs. Only service animals are allowed on the property, no pets. The hotel provides complimentary fishing poles, tackle, and, during winter, free one-day hire of snowshoes, sleds, and skis.

The Stanley Hotel

The Stanley Hotel is located at 333 Wonderview Avenue and was built by Freelan Oscar Stanley; he opened it on July 4, 1909. It has 142-rooms and is some 8km from the entrance to Rocky Mountain National Park. The hotel is so iconic that it was listed on the National Register of Historic Places; from the hotel, the views of Lake Estes, the mountains (the Rockies and Long’s Peak) are just beautiful. You should know some of the reasons why the Stanley Hotel is so well known includes; it was the inspiration for the Overlook Hotel in Stephen King’s 1977 bestselling novel The Shining, it was used as a filming location for the 1997 movie of the same name, and it has housed essential dignitaries.

The Hotel itself serves as accommodation for guests, over the years, other options have been added to it, the Lodge at the Stanley for a boutique hotel, Aspire at the Stanley offers apartment-style residences for guests requiring lengthy stays, and the residences at the Stanley are spread-out condos that overlook Rocky Mountain, National Park. In addition, is the Stanley Historic District offering several wedding venues (indoor and outdoor) and sophisticated event spaces, all having very up-to-date amenities.

Some activities you can enjoy here include hikes, fishing, golf, viewing wildlife, mountain climbing, and the on-site Cascades Restaurant, which also has a bar of the same name. The fitness center is excellent for the fitness enthusiast; the hotel also offers 75 minute day and night tours around the hotel. Live music/performance, themed dinners, stand-up comedy, cycling off-site.

Conveniences 

available are; ATM on-site, working elevators, free parking, outdoor furniture, sun deck, terrace, garden, free WiFi, non-smoking rooms, tea/coffee maker accessible parking, electric vehicle charging station, baggage storage, tour desk, 24-hour front desk, daily housekeeping, business center, fax/photocopying, fire extinguishers, smoke alarms, heating, gift shop, elevator, facilities for disabled guests, and non-smoking rooms

The hotel also offers military or senior citizen discounts. No pet policy is in place, children are welcomed, and to every guardian, anyone above 6 years old is regarded as an adult at the Stanley Hotel, and they do not offer extra beds or cribs.

There is no age restriction on signing in, and in instances where there is “breakfast included,” it is meant for two guests; any additional persons will incur charges. The various activities listed above may require additional costs for you to enjoy them so, come prepared.

Lake Shore Lodge Mountain Hotel Estes Park 

This hotel option is found on 1700 Colorado Peaks Drive; it is unique because it is the only lodging offered on Lake Estes. In addition, its position overlooks both Lake Estes avails guests of the views of the peaks of Rocky Mountain National Park. Properties under this umbrella are cabins which are available with unlimited access to the facilities of the resort. Each cabin is beautifully constructed to include floor-to-ceiling windows, kitchen, patio, dining room, and many more. The hotel resort is highly considerate of disabled guests and has put facilities everywhere they might need to ensure they enjoy the complete packages of their vacation.

Various activities you can enjoy are; visiting Reel Mountain Theater, Historic Park Theatre, Estes Park Aerial Tramway, Tiny Town Miniature Golf, Performance Park, and Moraine Park Museum. In addition, water sports such as rafting are indeed satisfying, especially if you are here with family or friends. Other activities include ecotours, rock climbing, horseback riding, canoeing, wildlife viewing, hiking, biking, horse riding, kayaking, motor boating, sailing, windsurfing, fishing, golf, and skydiving, which are all available close by.

The remodeling of the Full Service Convention Resort has been completed, and the Grand Ballroom hosts up to 150 people for both receptions and corporate events. There is an outdoor wedding ceremony site complete with the most beautiful scenic backdrop you can imagine. A restaurant (Dunraven) is on-site; there is a fitness center, game room, dry sauna, and spa.

Some facilities that would impress you are; free WiFi, microwave, refrigerator, outdoor deck on Lake Estes, lakeside fire pits, free parking, non-smoking rooms, tea/coffee maker, an on-site ATM, air conditioning, picnic area, outdoor furniture, accessible parking, designated smoking area, daily housekeeping, air conditioning, heating, sun deck, bbq facilities, terrace, outdoor fireplace, fire extinguishers, CCTV in common areas, smoke alarms, 24-hour security, safe elevator, and complimentary newspapers.

Some of these services incur additional charges; a bottle of water, wine, kids’ meals, fax/photocopying, business center, a vending machine for both snacks and drinks, special diet meals, snack bar, breakfast in the room, baggage storage, 24-hour front desk, outdoor play equipment for kids, and laundry. The resort does allow pets but does permit service animals.

Boulder Brook on Fall River

Boulder Brook on Fall River is secluded fascinatingly as it is a slot into a spot below towering pine trees while the Fall River flows right in front of it. Boulder Brook in itself exudes tranquility; it is just perfect for anyone who needs to reboot in comfort and privacy. It is halfway between Estes Park and Rocky Mountain National Park, although close to the highway, which is opposite it, you would not realize it because it is just so peaceful. There is a spa suite equipped with a jetted tub; the room also has a view of the river and a private balcony to view the trees, mountains, and even stargazing.

At Boulder Brook, efforts are put in place to ensure that you truly enjoy your stay. There is a gazebo area, hidden sitting spaces, and a hot tub; other things include; wildlife viewing, fishing, horseback riding, hiking, boating, and golf. The hotel offers daily housekeeping service, so no chores on this vacation for sure. In addition, they avail guests the opportunity to enjoy dinner reservations, tours with maps provided.

The room has a king-sized bed equipped with the following conveniences; gas fireplace, air conditioning, TV with DVD, a vaulted ceiling, 8-cup coffeemaker, iPhone adapters, stereo, books, magazine, oven, mini-refrigerator, microwave, dishwasher, toaster, coffee grinder, iron and ironing board, WiFi is a guarantee, there is also complimentary parking, a gift shop, in-room massage services, and a DVD library. In addition, the bathroom has a large walk-in shower with a showerhead.

The central selling point of this hotel is its tranquil existence; you would enter into the enclave and almost argue that time has been paused. It is the perfect place to get oneself together.

Conclusion

Estes offers an opportunity to touch the ground with nature, cleansing and freeing way that cannot be adequately put into mere words. Millions of visitors have come to Estes Park every year to reboot, train, exercise, and rest, all of Estes Park Hotels have had more than enough opportunity and feedback to refine their hospitality to the point that meets your needs head-on.

So, plan your next trip to Estes Park, and you will certainly not be disappointed.