Boulder Brook on Fall River

Address: 1900 Fall River Road, Estes Park, Colorado, 80517, United States | Lodge
 
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This lodge, located on 1900 Fall River Road, Estes Park, is near Peak to Peak Scenic Highway, Stanley Hotel Tour, Riverspointe Spa, and Snowy Peaks Winery.
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      Historical Traveler Reviews Boulder Brook on Fall River Estes Park

      Wonderful experience!

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      I wanted to take my fiancee to Estes Park to scout out potential sites for our upcoming wedding. I dealt with Linda, an extremely helpful and very friendly individual! She made all of the arrangements and booked an extra surprise package for my fiancee. We booked the Antlers Suite.

      It was beautifully appointed. Everything was spotless. There were 2 televisions with VCR and one had a DVD player. There was a fireplace complete with wood and kindling. All appliances were furnished. The views from our balcony were breathtaking and the Fall River flowed right outside our windows. We had a thoroughly enjoyable 3 days and 2 nights and are looking forward to our next stay! Tim Niederkorn

      Right on the river

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      We just got back from a fabulous trip to Rocky Mountain National Park ... and we enjoyed our stay at Boulder Brook very much. When we arrived, it was obvious that both the front and back decks had been recently swept, the interior had been thoroughly cleaned, and the partial kitchen and bathroom sparkled.

      We especially enjoyed the Fall River, not 12 feet from the back deck, rippling over rocks ... and the smell of the pines. We cracked our windows and enjoyed the spa tub, while listening to the falls and watching the stars. It was quite romantic.

      The hotel staff that we met were more than accomodating, and seemed eager to help us in any way necessary. We were able to borrow videos from the hotel's collection for our entire stay and the hotel provided aromatherapy products to use in the spa.

      It was a great value, we enjoyed our stay immensely, and we will definitely go back. Therefore, we've rated this one 4 stars.

      PERFECT!!!

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      This has been the most relaxing, peaceful place we have ever stayed!

      Allen & Jeanne B.

      Best anniversary yet!

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      I would like to take the time to thank Boulder Brook for the wonderful accomodation. My wife and I agreed that this was our best anniversary yet. The beautiful facility and wonderful staff contributed greatly. You can be assured that we are going to be regulars at Boulder Brook. We will also recommend you to all. Thank you again. We look forward to our next trip. Tony G.

      Boulder Brook is not all that

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      I had planned a great vacation and had all the plans postponed due to a happy event...my wife was pregant...unfortunatley the altitude was not conpatible with Colorado. I shared this new with the manager of the Boulder Brook and was promptly told..."all deposits are non-refundable"...needless to say...i wouldnt call them family friendly.

      A Rare Treat!

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      It is seldom you come to a place and it is BETTERthan you expected! Thanks Boulder Brook! Ricky &Julie

      Boulder Brook is AWESOME

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      This was the best! The suite was beautifully decorated,the staff was superior in every way, and the sceneryjust can't be beat. We will be back soon!!! Thank youBoulder Brook.

      Boulder Brook Way Overated!

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      Luxurious?????? NO WAY!!!! Unless you like cob webs on the walls....nasty grout...dirty pans when you arrive.......dirty coffe filter in the coffee pot when you arrive you name it ......this place is way overrated!!! And the Innkeeper is one of the rudest people I have even spoken to when I called about these issues..

      Great Honeymoon!

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      WE stayed in one of the rooms with the spa in it. What luxury, romantic and relaxing. It was the perfect ending to a wonderful day as we began our new life together. It was so easy to make the reservation, they are so helpful, the room so cozy, fireplace, spa so relaxing and and the area so senic! I am getting ready to make our reservation for our first anniversary! It is just minutes from Denver, easy to get to yet the setting makes you feel miles from anyone, secluded and private. Thanks Boulder Brook!

      Boulder Brook Review

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      My husband and I honeymooned @ Boulder Brook in Estes Park. We were very pleased w/ our experience there. We rented a jacuzzi suite and were impressed w/ all of the attention to detail in the room. We also liked that the main office will let you borrow movies to watch in your room. They had a pretty good selection of movies. There are stereo's in the suites so you can bring your favorite cd's to listen to. We like to go there in October to hear the elk bugle. At times we've actually had elk right outside our back door. A great time to go is in the winter. The suite rates are lower, and it's nice to pamper yourself. Turn on the fireplace sit in the jacuzzi(which is enclosed by windows facing fall river) and drink champane. There was a wonderful kitchen in our room w/ everything we could have possibly needed. Oh, and the shower was pretty cool also. It was a double headed shower for two, with a bench in it. We love Boulder Brook and will continue to go back because of their wonderful service and great suites.

      TripAdvisor Reviews Boulder Brook on Fall River Estes Park

      4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding
       

      Travel Blogs from Estes Park

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      A travel blog entry by kartman on Oct 01, 2014

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      A travel blog entry by pestef on Jun 13, 2013

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      More rockies

      A travel blog entry by robannie on Nov 05, 2012

      5 photos

      ... through the little village Drake and again I felt the Indians...!! the fast flowing river ran all the way by the side of the road and the houses were isolated but so cute and varied..

      after a quick stop for lunch we arrived safe and sound at the airport..Ian flew to New York and we flew to san Francisco..

      what another super day and thanks Ian for arranging to meet us there it was awesome..







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      The Elusive Bluebirds of Happiness

      A travel blog entry by hollynjym on Sep 13, 2012

      1 comment, 135 photos

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      Rocky Mountain Highest

      A travel blog entry by cphenly on Jul 26, 2012

      49 photos

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