At the end of a trip through RMNP from east to west we stopped here on our way back to Denver and b/c Idaho Springs looked like an interesting stoping point. The hotel is no frills, unless you consider dear/elk heads hanging from the walls - frills. The check was easy, just go to the bar, and we really didn't need much after that. There are no TV's in the rooms, the warn you about that during booking and they push/prompt you to reserve a spot for dinner. While the menu looked great, it was a little pricy for an end of a trip dinner ($22-28 entree's from memory) and the 22 was for the vegetarian offering. The continental breakfast was nice and the hostest in the morning was very friendly. In an are where there is only a highway (I-70), this place is a gem if your looking for something a bit historical. I would definitely go back, but think its a one nighter, not someplace you'd stay 3-4 nights, unless you were looking to get away from it all. Decent prices as well. The lonely planet gave it a cent rating, but it was a bit higher then that at $95.
They do have a Jacuzzi and towel service, but we did not take advantage.
Would definitely stay here again, under similar circumstances noted above. Idaho Springs has some decent food offerings, 10 minutes down the road, I'll try to link the review to where we ate later.
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