My wife and I had a two day weekend in Estes Park, and decided to try the Maxwell Inn, based on reviews. We were not disappointed. They have a convenient location on the Falls Road side of town near RMNP. Rural, not town, feel, but only a short walk into town if desired. Good views, and a great pizza/sandwich restaurant across the street. Clean, comfortable, and welcoming, small motel. Good basic breakfast. Less expensive than the big national brand hotels. We will definitely stay there again on a future trip to Estes Park.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- A family owned and operated hotel, The Maxwell Inn is a ten minute river walk from downtown, is just three miles from Rocky Mountain National Park, and is centrally located to experience the best Estes Park has to offer. The cozy rooms feature handmade alder furniture, new mattresses, and comfortable linens and bed duvets. Our hot tub and flagstone patio are both a great place to relax after a long day in the park or after a stroll through the shops downtown. The owners are happy to ensure your vacation to Estes Park is a memorable one. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Mountain Sage Hotel
- Mountain Sage Estes Park