My nephew and I stayed here our last night in Colorado. The room had a nice large king bed which was very comfortable. The TV was a modern flatscreen, and the room had the usual amenities. Air conditioning worked well. I did not use the hot tub, but did get a chance to try the pool. It was an indoor heated pool which was quite warm, but it felt good after hiking a fourteener earlier in the day. There is juice and muffins available in the morning. I found the inn to be very quiet at night, which was nice.
Within easy walking distance were some restaurants. One is just steps away from the rooms and is very nice. There is also a nice stream with bridges going across. In the morning, I woke up and walked into the center of Georgetown. It is very historic and certainly worth a look. For those who like old towns with character, this is certainly more than a stop on I-70. Taking a look around is worth it. As for the interstate, it is nearby, but hidden enough to make this a nice place to be. I can certainly recommend this as a good place to stay for travelers.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Rooms with king size beds, 2 doubles, 2 doubles and a single, 2 queens, and a suite with a bedroom and a full kitchen. Upstairs and downstairs rooms available. Heated indoor pool, outdoor hot tub. Wireless internet included. Coffee, muffins, and juice included. Pets allowed in designated rooms. 5 Minute walk from Historic Georgetown, and 5 minute drive from the Georgetown Lake. 11 Miles to Loveland, and A-Basin, Keystone, Breckenridge, Copper, Vail, and Winter Park within 60 miles. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Georgetown Mountain Hotel Georgetown