We stayed on a weekday prior to Valentine's day. The inn was a QUIET and relaxing haven for us to lounge around and read books. In the evening, we had the most wonderful meal by the fireside. Carol was an attentive server, and it was lovely to dine in a quiet atmosphere. I loved the room. It was clean and --as promised-- "vintage." The sheets were some of the softest I've ever encountered in a hotel.
Excellent checkin. Room was clean, quiet, and the bed was very comfortable. The ambiance was relaxing. The location is beautiful and you can walk toallm of Redstone easily. The reatuarant's supper of fish and chips was simply wonderful ( the cocktal sauce was unique and great). The cod was breaded with rice flour - light and not greasy. The french soup was excellent - very cheesey. The deserts: bananas foster & choclatee lava were delightful. Breakfasts were: a veggie omelet and sausage and eggs. The home fries were tasty and done perfectly.
The Redstone Inn is a Colorado classic. Old, beautiful, sort of run down in places. Our room opened outside to a two story deck which was wonderful to have a cocktail and admire the giant Blue Spruce trees. Our room was exactly what you should expect. Nice, old, sort of run down but clean and probably exactly as it was built. If you are looking for a modern, sparkling new hotel room, do not come here. We had lunch by the pool and dinner near the bar. The food was good and we had great service. This hotel provides you a close place to base out of to explore Marble, McClure pass etc. I would rate the ambiance and service of this hotel as a five with the rooms a three. We truly enjoyed it.
We had an outstanding experience at this lovely Inn in mid-June; we had been self isolating since late Feb and had the opportunity for a 2 night stay in this rather remote inn where we felt totally safe and pampered. We appreciated the safety that was in practice; easy to get coffee in the morning when we were early risers, We spent much of our couple of days on the road exploring the area - lots to do and beautiful sights. Beds were very comfortable.
I booked the Redstone Inn because I enjoy historical hotels; however, this hotel was a big disappointment. Upon entering my room, the musty smell was overwhelming. Maybe this was because the hotel had been closed a few weeks due to COVID-19. However, we opened the door and the windows to air out the room for several hours, but it did not help. There was plenty of airflow especially because the screen had a rip big enough that a raccoon could crawl into our room. So I asked the front desk if I could change rooms. They gave me two other options, all of which smelled musty like an antique store. My sister’s room had a bad odor, too. While the front desk and restaurant staff were friendly and accommodating, it did not make up for the overall dilapidated condition of the hotel. The bathroom was outdated with stains in the shower. The towels were coarse and dingy. However, I must say the bed was comfortable and the bed linens were lovely. The bedrooms were furnished with antique pieces, but they were not well maintained. There were water marks and stains on the worn out surfaces. The WiFi signal was very weak, and the electrical outlets were worn out which meant phone chargers fell out of the outlet. Historical hotels can maintain their character even with updates; however, this hotel’s many years of poor maintenance and few updates leaves it worn and tired. In addition, the hotel is very overpriced. I will not be returning to the Redstone Inn.…