At the Doorstep to Rocky Mountain National Park
Gateway Inn, Grand Lake, CO
- A One-Night Stay for Two in a Standard Two-Queen Room
- Or, a One-Night Stay for Two in a King Balcony Room
- Book Consecutive Nights for an Extended Stay
At the western entrance of Rocky Mountain National Park lies the town of Grand Lake, situated on the shores of Colorado's largest natural body of water. There's no better hub than this for visitors who've come to explore the park, which surrounds the town on three sides. Within minutes of leaving your doorstep, you're in the middle of it all: boulder-strewn mountain streams; elk, moose, and bighorn sheep; some of the highest peaks in the Lower 48; and views that go on for days. There's cross-country skiing and sleigh rides, but Grand Lake is also the snowmobiling capital of Colorado, boasting easy access to miles of groomed trails, untouched powder fields, scenic ridge tops, and more. And after a day of outdoor exploration, this former mining town offers not only warm hospitality but also a touch of Colorado culture: The town's main drag, Grand Avenue, is lined with original 1880s clapboard facades.
Family owned, family operated, and family built: That's the Gateway Inn, opened 13 years ago in the heart of Grand Lake. And while it may be a small family-run establishment, it's got the amenities of a resort: Kick back in the hot tub or decompress in the sauna; get a workout in the fitness center or relax with a massage; play shuffleboard or any number of other games; watch the sunset over Shadow Mountain Lake or catch the game during happy hour at the Lounge. And when it comes time to retire for the night, sink into your plush accommodations, appointed with handmade wood furnishings, a flat-screen TV, and Wi-Fi.
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