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333 Wonderview Avenue, Estes Park, CO 80517, United States of America – Show map
Excellent location – rated 9.2/10! (score from 125 reviews)
Rated by guests after their stay at The Stanley Hotel.
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Grounds, Terrace, Sun Deck
Golf Course (within 2 miles), Hiking, Fitness Center, Spa, Massage
Food & Drink
Bar, Restaurant with Dining Menu
WiFi is available in all areas and is free of charge.
Free public parking is available on site (reservation is not needed).
Room Service, 24-Hour Front Desk, Tour Desk, Baggage Storage, ATM on site, Concierge Service, Dry Cleaning, Meeting/Banquet Facilities, Business Center, Fax/Photocopying, Hair/Beauty Salon, Honeymoon Suite
Newspapers, Safe, Shops (on site), Non-smoking Rooms, Facilities for Disabled Guests, Family Rooms, Elevator, Heating, All Spaces Non-Smoking (public and private)
4:00 PM - 11:30 PM
6:00 AM - 11:00 AM
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Children and Extra Beds
All children are welcome.
Up to two children under 18 years stay free of charge when using existing beds.
Any additional older children or adults are charged USD 10 per night when using existing beds.
One older child or adult is charged USD 10 per stay in an extra bed.
One child under 4 years stays free of charge in a crib.
The maximum number of extra beds/cribs in a room is 1.
Additional fees are not calculated automatically in the total cost and will have to be paid for separately during your stay.
Pets are allowed on request. Charges may apply.
Cards accepted at this property
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Guests are required to show a photo ID and credit card upon check-in. Please note that all Special Requests are subject to availability and additional charges may apply.
Based on 125 reviews
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Score from 489 reviews Very good
Located just 5 miles from Rocky Mountain National Park, this non-smoking Swiss-inspired Estes Park mountain inn provides uniquely-decorated rooms with free Wi-Fi. A restaurant is on site.
Score from 222 reviews Excellent
Classical old hotel
Expensive, only one small place to eat and drink. Room was next to stairs very noisy.
Easy to find and the staff were super helpful and they made the stay worth it!
Walls are pretty thin, could hear doors slamming and people coming and going from their rooms. It was really expensive for what it was, but if prices were cheaper i would go again.
Charming historic hotel on the edge of Estes Park.
Room was quite small. Hotel lobby and restaurant were very busy and service suffered somewhat.
Classy historic site. It was a fun stay.
I think they were behind with general maintenance. The entrance to the second floor to the upper parking lot looked terrible considering the history and quality of the establishment. A new threshold and some white paint would go a long way.
The decorations for the Shining Ball.Great service by the hotel and the beautiful surroundings
We were close to the elevator which was a little noisy during the night. Not much of a bother though
the staff were very friendly
the bathtub needed to be reglazed although I know the hotel is ancient with the amount of money that is charged for a room should be enough to make the rooms more presentable
The views especially sunrise Close to a shopping center for supplies. Hanging out on the front porch Breakfast and lunch were awesome. The history The beauty of the grounds and building The Lodge was gorgeous The Condos if you have a group
The temperature in the main building was in the 80s and even with the window open some folks in our group baked. No AC Furniture was rickety in the condo. TV a bit wimpy. Bar service was slow at times at the Whiskey Bar
The atmosphere is great!
The tour would not let you go back and look at things you might want to see more of.
Loved the style and setting. Service was good for the most part.
The room was small and I bumped my head on the sloped part of the ceiling several times. Our dance club had an event in the auditorium. While the food was good, it took an hour and a half to serve all the tables and then the food was cold.
Condo was well furnished and comfortable
Expensive for what it was. Staff attitude made you feel you should be grateful that they had allowed you to stay. Small lapses like no iron in room, barely two coat hangers in wardrobe and electric light bulbs that needed replacement all of which should have been noticed and rectified before letting the room. Overpriced and living on reputation of its history.
Loved the ghost tour! Our guide was amazing! Hotel and view of the mountains were breathtaking! Can't wait to visit again!
Worth going once to say you have done it. Best part of day was early morning when fewer people about
Wedding parties, Tour groups, day trippers. Not a place to relax and take in the history
the location, just outside Rocky Mt National Park, the beautiful updating of a historical treasure, the tours guided by enthusiastic young people who truly love the property.
nothing, everything was excellent
We are avid hikers and climbers, while we were waiting for room (and room was provided early and in short time!), we asked if hiking trail on the grounds and were told not really, we explored and found the rocks out to right of front entrance as you exit Stanley, really fun scrambling around rocks and we carried a lunch to nice view on top. Stanley should not have No Climbing on Rocks policy, to nice an area. We enjoyed Stanley and Rocky Mt. Nat. Park, 2nd time we stayed there and will again in the future. Really like the Stanley.......
The Stanley is always a historic venue w/ Mysticism.
We truly wanted to stay in house BUT had to settle for the adjacent condos. Also NO ghost tour was available during our stay.
the porch bar area and drinks location and view gift shop staff
mattress in room 321 terrible - very soft and lumpy service in restaurant quite slow; staff very pleasant but not always knowledgeable
When booking Resverations. I was booking for a special occasion . I wanted a haunted room . I was never told that maybe yes or maybe no the room would be haunted. I paid over $400.00 for the room that you changed on me . First Room 1302 and then in the main hotel on the 4 th floor and then again finally 1301 . This was all being switched around at the front desk when we checked in at 4pm 9/21. Once they finally decided as to what room finally #1301. We took off to go over there and found out we had to hike up three flights of stairs because the elevator was out of order . We are both in our 70 's so that wasn't a happy note.espically with luggage . . I wish they would have explained that at the beginning. !!!! Next the strawberries that I ordered was delivered and were melted and not eatable ! We had dinner Resversations.for 6:30 and were not seated until 6:45pm. I ordered Hallibut and it was half raw, so I sent it back and my guest ordered the red bird chicken and it too came out very pink and we sent that' Back . After 20 minutes it came back out and was so over cooked that it was so Krispy and super dry . We had explained from the moment we were seated at 6: 45 we want out by 8 so we could take the tour That never happen.! We left at. 8:15 and missed the tour. The service was horrible and we compared notes the next morning at breakfast with guest that stayed in the room we were to be in and they too had a bad experience with dinner . I felt it was never explained that the room could be haunted or maybe not and for the price of over. $400. I should have been told up front . I would have stayed in a cheaper room no dinner and gone to the night tour ! I feel since I have been a guest in the Hotel many other times in the past 50 years I totally got ripped off this time. We even called down to the front desk to re check the time of the continental breakfast and were told by someone on the other end he had no idea and would call us back.
The setting is spectacular. We stayed in a condo complex conveniently located behind the hotel. The condo was roomy and had all the facilities to comfortably accommodate the 5 of us. Very nice having morning coffee at the outside table. A maintenance call was answered promptly by a nice young man.
For the price, I would have expected the following: - The condo to be clean and well maintained. The living areas were fine, but the built-in ledge was filthy. The downstairs window cranks did not work - couldn't open. The window screen was pushed out. We could not get the fan controllers to work. The fridge was noisy and freezer compartment cracked. There was mold around the soap ledge in the upper bath. Paint chipped in many areas. Basically, a lack of TLC. - Air conditioning. The unit had no air conditioning. It was warm when we arrived. - Highlighting that the 2nd bedroom was in a loft...open to the main living area.
There was some confusion with our reservation. A lovely woman made it alright including an upgrade with no cost or inconvenience to us. We so much appreciated her.
The old hotel is authentic and awesome. We took lots of pictures!
Staff bikering with each other in front of guest...hello we're right here watching. Apparently poorly training in customer awareness. Otherwise the place is amazing and not to be missed. Unfortunately the public tours take away from the upscale hotel experience.
only thing that met our expectations were the inflated prices
There were no instructions how to use the tv, no information on layout of the hotel, signage was poor on where to register, toilet had to be plunged twice in 3 days, front desk was rude, beds uncomfortable, no easy chair in the room, etc. Even the General Manager, Jackie, said she realized the signage to register was bad when she joined the staff 6 months ago but she never did anything to fix it. We never complain and we are very tolerant of most anything but we were really surprised and disappointed.
The scenery is very beautiful.
Room was very small and had no air conditioning. The shower temperature was very unstable. For the price you pay I expected it to be nicer.
No one to help with bags. Temp parking for registration is in the back a long way from the lobby. Our bed was worn out - each side was like sleeping in a tea cup - the mattress crushed by the hordes of really big people that came before us.
Restaurant was a bit pricey