Comfort Inn Estes Park

Address: 1450 Big Thompson Ave, Estes Park, Colorado, 80517, United States | Hotel
 
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Location

This hotel, located on 1450 Big Thompson Ave, Estes Park, is near Kirks Flyshop & Mountain Adventures, Riverspointe Spa, Estes Park Museum, and Estes Park Golf Course.
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    Historical Traveler Reviews Comfort Inn Estes Park

    Very nice rooms

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    We stayed at the Comfort Inn Estes Park in May 2005. The room we had was newly remodeled, had a desk, microwave, balcony, and fridge. We had 1 queen bed and the room size was fairly large.

    I would definitely stay here again. The lady that checked us in was very nice and helpful.

    Wow

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    We stayed here last year and really liked it. This year what a surprise. They have redone all the rooms. Everything is fresh and clean still but the colors are great. The manager took us on a tour and everything is so well done and thought out. GREAT JOB. We will be back at the end of summer and again next spring. Look for all the elk around town, pretty cool!

    I liked it

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    as comfort inns go this is a big step up over the average.

    this is an older property however the room and grounds were very well maintained, you could sense that the ownership cared and it showed.

    the room i stayed in was on the side not in the back. it kept me away from the highway noise and i still got a mountain view. the room was very clean, quite large and had a micro and fridge.

    breakfast was standard comfort inn (bagels would help).

    the rooms in the back had a good view of the mountains and parking lot

    you can walk into estes park from the motel using either a black top bike roadway or walk down a few blocks and use the riverwalk (keep an eye out for the elk).

    the staff is excellent!!!! i repeat, excellent not average, not above average, EXCELLENT.

    they are very user friendly, knowledgeable and helpful.

    i would stay here again if i was to return.

    Excellent hotel great views

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    I stayed here Sept 4 to 8 2004. This is my second year here and it is an excellent hotel. My room was in the back and while I was unpacking there was the sound of elk. I opened the door and they were in the parking lot. The hotel is up the street from Lake Estes a great place to walk around. The breakfast buffet is Ok..needs to be changed as I stayed there for 5days, cereal juice, muffins,toast,bagels but no protein, Yogurt would have been nice along with fruit for the cereal.

    I love this motel

    from

    I love this motel! This is the second time we have stayed here and even though the first time was over eight years ago, the motel is still perfect. Spotless rooms, beautiful views, good location and friendly staff-what more could you ask for? The price was great, also. Highly recommended!

    Great Experience

    from

    The hotel is great. We stayed in the back units that are off the highway making it quiet! Also great views from these units.

    They have a great breakfast in the morning. More then you could eat.

    We Loved it. Will visit again.

    Hated it!!

    from

    This Comfort Inn was not even comparable to the low budget motels in the area. The room was priced over $150 and even though we had a discount, it was not worth it. Water damage and wet carpets were the least of our complaints. The hotels voice mail system was out and we missed several of our connections for the wedding that we were in town for. The management was less then helpful and did not offer any type of compensation when we let them know we were not 100% satisfyed. The "Super 8" down the road would be a better value for your dollar.

    Over all- poor management and nasty rooms makes this a no win hotel in my book.

    Not the Best Comfort Inn

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    I've stayed at many Comfort Inns around the U.S. and this was the worst one that I've ever encountered. I guess if I was paying $50 for the room I couldn't complain, but when you're paying over $100 and you get poor service, musty smelling rooms with water damage...then I have 100 reasons to complain.

    Don't let the pictures online fool you..it's not even close...there's a whole other part of the hotel that doesn't look like the pictures..I shared this information with management.

    Your money is better spent at a different hotel!

    Probably would try somewhere else next time.

    from

    6/22-6/24- Arrived at Comfort Inn only to find that even though I had made my reservation 8 months earlier, they didn't give me the 1st floor room by the pool that I had requested. Some excuse was given. We were checking in early too! Room was nice and large with micro and refridg. Got to the pool which was COLD! The brochure said that the pool was heated to 80 degrees. We contacted the management, and TO THEIR CREDIT, they got maintenence out RIGHT AWAY. By the next day, the pool was warm.

    Great Place to Stay!

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    Nice Place, Nice Folks. My family stayed here about 8 years ago and we returned this summer. It has been remodeled and the rooms are superb.

    Really enjoyed our stay. Great continental breakfast. Most helpful employees. Highly recommend!

    TripAdvisor Reviews Comfort Inn Estes Park

    4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding
     

    Travel Blogs from Estes Park

    Day 19: Exploring Rocky Mountain N.P.

    A travel blog entry by bluehighwayspa on Jun 16, 2015

    28 photos

    ... 18 feet high. It's June 16. Oh my!
    The visitor center has a huge gift shop & cafe. We had some good coffee & split a giant cookie while we sat at a table overlooking the mountains, tundra & snow.

    Decided to turn around & go back the way we came Could have gone on & would like to do so the next time we come here. We both agreed that we want to return to this park.

    Saw a COYOTE as we ...

    The RAZR and Redrum

    A travel blog entry by jxb2222 on Jul 05, 2014

    23 photos

    ... kook host named Zack came out and staged some fake stuff for their show. He said they aren't allowed back. He also talked about the show Ghost Hunters (T.A.P.S) and how they come out every year... and they don't stage stuff. He told us a lot of stories about experiences people have had and also some history. Things like people getting pushed out of their beds, getting tucked into their beds, getting all their clothes folded, ...

    Finally.....camping!

    A travel blog entry by cmhuff on Jun 29, 2013

    8 comments, 17 photos

    ... to see from horizon to horizon is freeing. We could see for miles in front of us and it is the first time that no matter how fast Will drove (still not that fast, Stephanie) it didn't bother me. Being able to see 40 or more telephone poles in a row is bizarre and it is crazy that you can spot a moving vehicle from miles off simply due to the dust plume above it. They remind me of Pig Pen from Peanuts. Other highlights were thousands of huge, new windmills, beautiful horses and ...

    We Did It! Let the Adventure Begin

    A travel blog entry by carmen1977 on Dec 20, 2012

    6 photos

    ... We are scheduled to return to the US on March 30th, 2013. If you are interested in following our trip, I'll be periodically posting pictures and happenings here.

    Hope you all are experiencing some of your magic this Holiday Season. I'm happy to be warm (albeit I'm technically homeless), surrounded by family and so excited to be on the verge of this life adventure.

    Carmen

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    ...a long wait for lunch

    A travel blog entry by roadtrip_usa on Aug 14, 2012

    1 comment, 3 photos

    Glen:

    The day started out with a very cool start from Gunnison (Colorado); we had both had a great night's sleep and were ready for an 8am get-away. Our initial planning had us taking in a route via Altmont, then up to Cottonwood Pass (on of Colorado's highest pass at over 12,500ft) and then down into Buena Vista.....a bit more map scrutiny, some cross-checking with the weather and local Dept. of Transport, backed up by ...