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The Redstone Inn

82 Redstone Blvd, Redstone, CO 81623-9498
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The Historic Redstone Inn is a rustic turn of the century style Rocky Mountain resort in Colorado. When you come upon Redstone,Colorado, you'll find a tiny mountain village hidden surprisingly beneath massive red cliffs.The entire village is on the National Register of Historic Places, and the Redstone offers a unique sanctuary for those looking to get away. Open 365 days a year
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Property amenities
Free parking
Free High Speed Internet (WiFi)
Fitness Center with Gym / Workout Room
Free breakfast
Pets Allowed ( Dog / Pet Friendly )
Business Center with Internet Access
Banquet room
Free internet
Public wifi
Hot tub
Outdoor pool
Heated pool
Bar / lounge
Non-smoking hotel
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Non-smoking rooms
Family rooms
Air conditioning
Room service
Flatscreen TV
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I discovered the Redstone Inn in 1977 in an act of desperation. I was driving across the country with a fraternity brother during our spring break. He had a spot on someone's floor in Aspen, but there was none for me. So he tossed me his car keys and wished me luck. I found the Redstone Inn listed in a phone book (remember those?). I had never heard of Redstone, but Aspen was full up, so off I set. It was a foggy drive at night up the Crystal River. Then I saw it: An English clock-tower rising out of the fog. I looked over the side of the road, half expecting to see Rod Serling intoning, "A short drive on a foggy night. Desperate for a room, Charles found more than just a place to rest his head. He found an Inn time forgot, in a place we call 'The Twilight Zone.'" I love historic hotels, and they do not come more charming than the Redstone Inn. Steeped in history, the Inn was built by Charles Osgood for the bachelor workers who mined his coal. It has been through numerous owners and renovations since it was built in 1900, and since I first visited in 1977, each an improvement without losing its innate charm. I returned with my wife in the 1980s, and had one of the best meals ever in the Redstone dining room. We returned again in the early 1990s with our oldest daughter, then sleeping in a playpen --- she experiences her first horseback ride in Marble, just up the road. Last year I made a point of booking a room in the old part of the hotel, a surprise overnight stop, part of an annual wedding anniversary road trip. The Redstone has gotten even better, with the addition of a bar just off a beautiful pool. Right out the Inn’s front door lies the town of Redstone. More of a hamlet – a single road, about a mile long, running parallel to the beautiful Crystal River. The town (also built by Osgood) exudes a country Victorian charm, and is lined with small shops, including Tiffany of Redstone, a curio shop in its second generation of ownership. A faux stain-glass lamp I bought there has hung over our kitchen table for nearly 30 years. The owners customized it and delivered it to Boulder for me. A marvelous public park is set along the river, too. For outdoor enthusiasts, world-class stream fishing and cross-country skiing awaits. And for you down-hillers, though it's a bit of a drive, Redstone is equidistant from Aspen and Sunlight in Glenwood Springs – not too far for the experience. But for us, Redstone is the perfect weekend getaway, particularly to escape the summer heat, or to welcome the fall colors. Romantic. Relaxing. Charming. A step back in time, with modern amenities. Be sure to look out for Mr. Serling when you visit the Redstone Inn for the first time.
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Beautiful, clean and cozy. We stayed at their Chalet just behind the Inn. Every meal was 5 star caliber! Staff was extremely friendly and accommodating. The town of Redstone was quaint and enjoyable. Trails nearby and the Coke ovens across the street.
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We prefer older hotels with character. Hotel lobby/dining area fit that. Room was comfortable but somewhat dated decor. Bed was comfortable. Nice view from outside our room, but could use another chair. Needs better lamp w/o white light. Limited outlets. Breakfast was good, but not included (although TripAdvisor says free breakfast). Friendly staff. Good place for us to recharge after too much travel.
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We arrived after dark on a very cold night, however, the welcome was warm. The receptionist took time to find a room on the first floor that accommodated my inability to climb stairs easily. We were impressed with her time and effort on our behalf.
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We used the Groupon for a $69/night at the historic Redstone Inn during a snowstorm, to save driving over McClure pass. What a great idea! We enjoyed the hot tub out in the snow, the hospitality, the reasonably priced Grille (mmm get the White Chilli!) and the recreation room for a little ping pong and billiards. Took a snowy walk down the main street and saw the Christmas lights still out a month after the fact - very cool - plus the free ice skating rink complete with skates to borrow, Room was small but all we needed. Complimentary breakfast included home made walnut bread - yum. Loved our visit.
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