Stayed here for a week in a two bedroom, two bath unit on the second floor. The decor is outdated but that wasn't a problem since it was clean and had great views.
They were just finishing changing out the beds with new ones in all the units. Some have complained of hard beds in the past.
My only problem was that the hot tub was down (they are remodeling both the pool and the hot tub.)
If the hot tub was working, I'd have given it a five star review. Staff was friendly, and the overall atmosphere of the historic element of the place was the best part. The scrapbooks of mementos and articles from the past relating to the hotel were fun to flip through. The fireplace was also very nice.
Another good thing--unlike other Diamond Resort timeshare properties, there was no one there pressuring us to do a timeshare presentation. That was refreshing.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- The lodge is ideally located in the heart of Estes Park on the north side of Prospect Mountain and only minutes from Rocky Mountain National Park. Breathtaking mountain views surround you making this the prefect location for your mountain wedding.The landscape of Rocky Mountain National Park is the steepest in the United States. Sixty mountain peaks over 12,000 feet high result in world-renown scenery and provide challenges for hikers and climbers. The extreme topography creates an amazing range of ecological zones within a short distance, similar to the changes that would be seen in a drive from Denver to northern Alaska. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Historic Crags At The Golden Eagle Hotel Estes Park