Places to Stay in Estes Park

Every year, 3 million visitors pass through the entrance to Rocky Mountain National Park.  And Estes Park Colorado sits immediately to the East of the Entrance.  So as you’d expect, the town has plenty of places to stay.  If you’re headed to Rocky Mountain National Park and you’re looking for lodging Estes Park or Grand Lake are your two best options.  Separated by nearly 40 miles, the two towns offer accommodations for tourists seeking everything from cabins to luxury hotels.

If it’s an old-fashioned family vacation you’re after, maybe a few nights in the wilderness is what you’re after.  Most of the rustic cabins provide running water, full kitchens and fire places—everything you’d want in a cabin.  Plus, if you’re lucky, you may spot an elk or even a bear.

On the other hand, if you’re more into relaxation and want to be waited upon, the full service spas can offer massages, facials and more with wine, atmosphere and slow music.  No matter which type of accommodations you need, lodging in Estes Park abounds.

To learn more, visit our accommodations page and our things to do section.