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Offering a terrace and views of the mountain, Gateway Inn is located in Grand Lake, 36 mi from Estes Park. The hotel has a hot tub and sauna, and guests can enjoy a drink at the bar.
The hotel is very beautifully decorated and very functional
Bald Mountain Views is offering accommodations in Grand Lake. The property is non-smoking throughout and is located a 17-minute walk from Grand Lake Beach.
Super clean. Everything we needed was ther. Everything was easy.
Grand Lake Lodge provides free WiFi and views of Grand Lake. At the lodge guests are welcome to take advantage of a pool and a hot tub. An American breakfast can be enjoyed at the property.
Location absolutely awesome! Very friendly staff!
We certainly enjoyed the Creekside atmosphere most with the river right behind the unit that we could see in here all evening and all day. How relaxing. With only a 3 to 5 minute walk to town lake, it made it easy to not have to drive and look for parking places. There were a wide variety of coffee shops, and restaurants to choose from while in town. we are also right down the road from several trailhead one that we walked to as well. We recommend us for a relaxing stay.
Grand Lake is a small town. Main street is about 6-7 blocks long. Filled with stores, restaurants and fun things to do. In the summertime, they have bingo in the main square outside. It's a blast, and great for families. On Saturdays they have a pancake breakfast. Can't get much better. If you're lucky you'll spot moose....sometime in town. OMG. Plus it sits at the entry of Rocky Mountain Park. Nature beyond compare.....just Wow.
Grand Lake is one of those locations that is a natural lake, not manmade. It has the raised wooden boardwalks in the original areas of the town. It is a perfect place to stay for a week, if you have the time. As a teenager, I fell in love with it -- riding bicycles, playing mini-golf, taking boat rides, hiking to the fire lookout tower or Adams Falls. In the summer there is a stable for rides. Like everywhere else, it is being loved to death and gets crowded in the summer. There is a yacht club with regattas and a 4th of July fireworks. The town theater has movies, plays, and musical events. AND, Rocky Mountain National Park's west entrance is just 5 minutes away.
Scenic lake with a cute mountain resort town attached. Lots of outdoor activities available close at hand. All ages should be able to find adventure. Came in early September..great weather and not too crowded. Great Homemade Ice Cream place, Miyauchi's, across from the lake.
Location a bit out of town - about 15 minutes. At first wasn't sure we would like it but was a comfortable, quiet house overlooking a small river. Very peaceful. Enjoyed kayaking, golf, dinners in town and a night at the repertory theater, which is always fun. We went into RMNP and hiked to Adams Falls as well. Only drawback is the coffeemaker did not work and we had to go into town each morning just to get coffee. Having never used Vacasa, they don't have the owner close or even near as AirBnB hosts are. So, they don't respond very quickly to requests such as this...was never resolved while we were there. All in all a nice getaway for a girls trip.
We love Grand Lake! We make it a point to travel here at least once a year (June - October) in some capacity. The town is so cute and fun, and the surrounding area (lakes, mountains, and RMNP) are just gorgeous! We love the local hiking trails, and it's a great area to bring our dog along. Monarch Lake and Lake Granby are some of our favorites for bringing our pup. RMNP is a must do if you've never been. Dogs are welcome in the park, but only permitted outside your vehicle in campgrounds/ day use, and parking lots. Dogs are not allowed on trails. However there are many pup friendly trails in the Grand Lake / Granby area. There are many different things to do and see in GL if you are all in for a mountain getaway. Bars, shops, restaurants, cafes, a number of places to satisfy a sweet tooth. Hiking trails, campgrounds, boat rentals, mini golf, lots of lakes. The town closes down a bit early at night (6 - 8 pm for many places) so keep that in mind. There are a couple places that stay open past 8 pm, one being the BBQ restaurant. It's a bit pricey, but they have good food and it's easy to get takeout there if you desire. Grand Lake is not a resort town that stays open late into the night (ala Breckenridge). But it is so beautiful and charming, and it's one of our most loved places to revisit. Great for family style vacay, romantic retreat, or a solo trip to refresh. One of our fav places in the warm months is the ice cream stand down by the Marina. So good!! Whenever we visit we prefer to stay for at least two nights, but even a one night stay, or just a day trip is definitely still worth it! Holidays do get busy in town, but all in all it's an experience worth having.
Staff were both very nice and helpful with check-in, dinner recommendations, etc. Also, the property is truly right on Grand Lake and the view from the (shared) balcony and our room was great. Lots of restaurants and shops within walking distance and we also walked to hiking trails nearby. While the property is older, it's very clean and has been well-maintained. The bed was very comfortable as well.
Close to Rocky Mountain NP! Lots of little shops down the street. We walked down to Grand Lake by the marina and got ice cream. Sat on the bench and watched the boats coming and going. Great quick visit!
Awesome log home with a great location, minutes away from downtown Grand Lake. Rocky Mountain National Park and snowmobile rentals are nearby. Plan to come back when everything's not covered in snow.
A nice property outside Grand Lake close to town, the bar & restaurant were a welcome site after day of travel
Excellent dinner- food was fabulous. Nice patio area to have a cocktail and enjoy the overview of Grand Lake!
It is an amazing location for Grand Lake.