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Microtel Inn & Suites by Wyndham Georgetown Lake features free WiFi throughout the property and views of mountain in Georgetown. The hotel provides an indoor pool, hot tub and a 24-hour front desk.
The staff was so polite and patient, they helped me out with every question. I really enjoyed the stay in this property, right next to the motel is a restaurant/brewery (cabin creek) with amazing food.
Clear Creek Inn is a sustainable bed and breakfast in Georgetown where guests can make the most of its open-air bath and garden. A hot tub is available for guests.
The location was excellent. The entire facility was very clean and beautifully appointed. The staff was friendly and helpful. It was a wonderful experience. I wished we had scheduled more time there. The town was very friendly.
Located just 12 miles from Loveland Ski area off I-70, this charming Georgetown motel offers rooms and suites with cable TV and features an indoor heated swimming pool and outdoor hot tub.
Great location, simple but excellent breakfast, handy laundry, room was clean and as advertised.
Absolutely beautiful little mountain jam with historical downtown and recreational aria with two lakes and trails around in small distance from center. Plenty of boutique hotels, restaurants and cafés with walking through shopping street. Air temperature much lower than in Denver, water temperature is very cold- 50-60 degrees is not for swimming.
Beautiful scenery small historical town with choice of lodging and eating options, right off I-70. You can do hiking and biking, scene viewing and ski -- about 15 minutes away from Loveland Ski Resort.
If you love trains and Christmas, this is your town! The Georgetown Loop Railway is awesome! We made this trip especially for our adult son who is autistic and still, at age 29, loves trains! The Lighted Forest 45 minute night time experience and the Santa's Rocky Mountain 45 minute day time ride were nothing short of magical! Santa visits on board the train and allows you to take pics with him. Santa was so wonderful to visit at length with each family or guest on all the individual train cars! We loved the historic downtown with all the locally owned shops and the quaint community had lots of great food options and local amenities including a very nice Visitor Center and a Gold Mining Tour all right there! The whole community decorates for Christmas! It is just beautiful and so conveniently located to many other great towns and excursions up and down I-70! Highly recommend for a family trip for kids and adults and even a fun couples trip!
This was my second time stayng in Georgetown-------this time with my husband. I have also stayed in georgetown for several days with my young grandson in 2020 or 2021, but at a different hotel, the name of which I do not remember, but it was fine. The town and surroundings including most businesses, the river, the dammed lake and the Guanella Pass are lovely and charming and most of the town was built in the late 1800s. My ONLY complaint is with the shocking "breakfast" served by the Rose Street Inn which was not edible by us or the other couple staying there. Burnt black toast (both sides charred) and a slice of uncutable black "fritatta." So unnecessary, so inexplicable, so unbelieveable. We have stayed at many B and Bs in England, Italy, France, Switzerland and throughout the Middle East where we lived for five years. We have never encountered anything like the horror that was this breakfast. Coupled with the refusal on the. part of the female owner to give us a tiny bit of milk for tea or a second piece of Bunny-type bread , it was like a scene out of the old TV show, Candid Camera! We did not review this until asked by Booking.com as we didn't want to destroy this business forever. WHAT was going on?!
The views were awesome and the town is quiet and nice. There is a nice lake with easy and hard trails where you can hike around it. Had to go back and forth between Georgetown and Lawson many times; appreciated the road between the towns so you don't have to get on the interstate. Stopped at a little coffee house a couple of times that was good. Enjoyed the tea and sandwiches that they had there.
We stayed one night with the intention of riding the Georgetown loop Railroad next morning. Georgetown is a picturesque little town, the railroad is not to miss. Only negative point is a lack of choice of restaurants. We ate in the Alpine Inn which was excellent with fresh made pizzas.
We enjoyed our stay after a ride on the Historic Georgetown Loop Train. Convenient to everything in Georgetown. Jaime greeted us upon arrival and gave us a tour of the house. Our room was lovely. The house is beautiful! We enjoyed sitting in the living room in front of the fireplace in the evening. Breakfast was excellent. We would definitely stay there again.
Enjoyed the stay in Georgetown, CO. We showed up late due to the airlines, I was happy to use the entry into the garage, due to it being cold outside, easy entry to the home. Family of 4, plenty of space to get comfy, 2-1/2 baths is nice. All one needs is their luggage and groceries to make a place feel like home.
I Loved the location and the view! Lake front! The townhouse was comfortable. I wish it had air conditioning but I still enjoyed my stay! I will go back next time I'm in the area, as long as it's cool weather! Rebecca Ouellette
Lisa represents what Georgetown is to me. She welcomed me and immediately addressed things regarding my situation. Breakfast is on point. I love it here. If you are looking for swanky fancy, maybe not for you.
Well located to see historic Georgetown. Lovely room, spotlessly clean bathroom. Breakfast was very nice but expensive.
Our host was really nice and the hotel is well located, close to restaurant and in a beautiful town.
Very well appointed. Bathrooms all updated and hot tub area was very easy to enjoy!
Near a great brewery/restaurant. Easy access to fishing and Georgetown.