I stayed here with my boyfriend for my 25th birthday for two nights. Our room was handicapped accessible (although we are not handicapped) and was located directly across from the elevators on the second floor which was noisy and annoying while people were coming and going during the day. I also did not like that the balcony on our room runs around the entire outside of the hotel. Balconies are not seperated by room, so there is no privacy. I wanted to open the door and get some fresh air but I didn't feel comfortable doing that because anyone outside could just walk into our room and hear our conversations. Our view was over the lake, which was very pretty. The bathroom was very odd and uncomfortable to us. The shower was litterally only 6 feet tall by about 3 feet deep and 3 feet wide and it being handicapped accessible, their was a fold-up seat in the shower. Even when folded up, you can image there was not much room to move around. We kind of had to duck down under the shower head to rinse off. I really suggest avoiding a handicapped accessible room unless its necessary for your needs. The last morning there was no hot water so we couldn't take showers. We mentioned it at the front desk at checkout and they gave us half off our room for one night, which I felt was generous. For that and the fact that the staff was all friendly, their customer service was pretty good. The room was overall clean and comfortable, but really nothing special. I don't think it was worth the $250 a night we paid for, maybe like $150. We both agree that what we really loved about this hotel was the bar and restaurant. The food was really good, and the bartender was willing to have some fun with us and make us "mystery" drinks. After eating some really nasty food in town the first night we ate all the rest of our meals at the hotel and never had anything bad. The location of the hotel was perfect. Only a couple of miles to attractions like the Stanley hotel, but slightly removed from downtown Estes Park in a pretty, quiet, peaceful location on the lake.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Welcome to The Estes Park Resort! The only lodging available on Lake Estes, overlooking not only Lake Estes, but also the peaks of Rocky Mountain National Park. Our Full Service Convention Resort has been completely remodeled, every guest room and public area has the finest offerings you will find anywhere in the area! Our Grand Ballroom has the ability to host up to 150 people for your reception, and larger amounts for your corporate events. Our outdoor wedding ceremony site will provide the most scenic backdrop available anywhere in Colorado and provide you with years of memories! Our Waterfront Grille and Lounge offer breakfast, lunch, and dinner daily, along with Room Service, and special events such as Ladies Night, every Thursday, and a beautiful Sunday Brunch from 10am-2pm every weekend. Experience the finest and most modern resort in the area, experience The Estes Park Resort. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Lake Shore Lodge Mountain Hotel And Conference Center
- Lake Shore Lodge Mountain Hotel Estes Park
- Lake Shore Hotel
- Lake Shore Estes Park