I had not visited the lodge in the"good days", before it closed, and have only seen it's renovated version. It is still rustic,and no TVs, that's good. We were 2 ladies who requested 2 beds, both we're comfortable,,but after pulling out the hide-a-bed, it was like hide-a-room. It was all but impossible to walk to the bathroom. Oh well, it made the small bathroom seem spacious by comparison. They said there was WiFi in the cabins,I was unable to connect in the room but had no difficulty in the main lodge. The breakfast was ordinary, as was the dessert selection the night before,and although the view was quite spectacular, so was the view from the road, and that cost nothing. It seemed a little expensive and ordinary, you know, "average". Probably wouldn't stay here again. One good point, dogs are allowed for only a slight extra fee-- it is Colorado.
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- A classic Colorado Summer Mountain Lodge offering a variety of rustic cabins. Grand Lake Lodge is surrounded on three sides by Rocky Mountain National Park, perched on a hill side overlooking Grand Lake Village, Grand Lake, and Shadow Mountain Reservoir. Full service restaurant. The Grand Lake Lodge is open late May to early October yearly. ... more less
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