This has to be the dirtiest hotel I ever stayed in. We are reasonable when it comes to hotels and we realize you get what you pay for. It was a last minute decision to come to Estes Park. Since we had a dog with us we had very few options so I broke a rule of my own and I guaranteed payment from the day before. From the outside this place looked ok. My husband checked us in so I didn't see the "lobby" for myself until the next morning. He chose not to tell me how bad things looked. Fortunately, the room we had was relatively clean, at least the bed and towels were. I was able to ignore the curtain hooks being broken and the carpets being stained. I never walk barefoot in any hotel. After a decent night's sleep I decided to get some coffee in the morning and I never was so grossed out in a hotel before. The carpet was stained and filthy, and there wasn't another sole to be seen. The two or three large trash bins in the eating area were overflowing with garbage, and considering the parking lot was practically empty, this garbage had to be there from at least one day before. Cereal crumbs were all over the counter and besides being dirty, the room was dreary and very old! I would never have dreamed of sitting in that room let alone take any of the food. We drove to the back of the hotel before we left just to see what we missed and it was really bad looking. An entire section of the wooden fence was knocked over, curtains were half off on some of the rooms and the steps were crumbling in the back. The room was not expensive for the area but had I known what I was getting I wouldn't have stayed for free!
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