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4 Seasons Inn in Estes Park, CO

4 Seasons Inn in Estes Park, CO


We are a 9 room Inn specalizing in ensuring your stay is the very best in Estes Park.  We are your home away from home.


Established in 1974.

We are a small Inn located on Fall River only 3/4 mile from downtown and two miles from Rocky Mountain National Park, very cute and comfortable, home like setting


Company Info:

Rating: 4.30

Address: 1130 W Elkhorn Ave, Estes Park, CO, 80517
  • Mon: 6:00 am - 12:00 am
  • Tue: 6:00 am - 12:00 am
  • Wed: 6:00 am - 12:00 am
  • Thu: 6:00 am - 12:00 am
  • Fri: 6:00 am - 12:00 am
  • Sat: 6:00 am - 12:00 am
  • Sun: 6:00 am - 12:00 am

Hotels in Estes Park, CO



Comments (10):

1. Chi A.
Taylor and Paula, the owners, are amazing. They helped me plan a surprise stay with them for my boyfriend, who I was surprising with a trip to CO for the first time. They offered to bake a cake (from scratch) for my boyfriend and had it in our room upon our arrival. They were so friendly, warm, generous and helpful. We felt like we were staying with family. Paula offered us a glass of wine and ended up giving us the rest of the bottle on our second night, and we just felt so welcome and taken care of the whole time. This Inn is quaint, quiet, simple and comfortable. It offers the perfect balance of all the comforts of home and a unique, mountain inn experience. If you're looking to be pampered with hot towels and food on silver platters (I.e., Mariott and/or Hilton), don't stay here. But if you're looking for a memorable experience with great people taking care of you, this is the place for you. We loved it. They were great!

29/09/12 | Link | Rating: 4.0
2. Sean And Tiara T.
Good Friday was the best day of my entire life. Driving up from Kansas we were very kindly greeted when arrived. Cute room with a fireplace And a little balcony to over look the mts and a fire pit where people where enjoying their night. My boyfriend got on one knee that night in not only the wonderful Rockie mountains but a super friendly and comfy inn. The owners and their cousin Tim where So hospitable!! Brought out us a congratulations glass of wine while sitting in the jacuzzi. Gave us great advise on places to check out and made us feel like WE were part of their family. Absolutely 100% will return to the four seasons in!!!!!!!

02/04/13 | Link | Rating: 5.0
3. Melissa D.
We stayed at this lovely motel for three days over the Highlands Festival in Estes Park.  When we arrived and had checked in on the Thursday, we were unloading our vehicle and one of the owners offered us a glass of wine or a beer which was a nice, unexpected treat!  She then proceeded to inform us that she had s'mores ingredients available for use with our deck fire-pit, to just ask any time.  Every day we were there, they came around in the evening offering beer or wine.  Everything we requested was addressed immediately.  The room we had was on the top floor with a private hot tub which we enjoyed immensely; it was well-kept and clean.  The room was quaint and comfortable and stocked with everything you'd need for an extended stay (kitchenette fully stocked).  We were given plenty of wood for the fireplace, a warm welcome, and totally loved our stay there.  Only suggestion is the bed was really really uncomfortable, and the price quoted on line went up considerably when we actually arrived, but it *was* a big tourist weekend...  We loved the location and thoroughly enjoyed our stay.

27/09/12 | Link | Rating: 4.0
4. Joshua G.
I know there is another review for the 4 Seasons, and it sounds very fishy and appears to be  written by someone who didn't stay there at all...but here is a review from someone who DID stay there.

My wife and I booked a room here for 4 night for our anniversary.  We were greeted by the owner and checked in to our room.  The furnishing were country quaint and comfortable; fireplace in the room, television, couch, queen bed.  All were very good.  The view is FABULOUS - right on the Fall River, you can hear it rushing all day (which is very soothing!).  Nothing beat sitting in the hot tub and listening to the mountain river flow.  On our second night, the owner's wife brought us an anniversary treat of strawberry lemonade and strawberry shortcake, which were awesome!

Overall we really enjoyed our stay here (aside from record temperatures the first two nights and no a/c!, but we managed).  The only major problem - the bed was super firm!  Had trouble getting to sleep the first two nights, but otherwise a very nice place.

22/06/12 | Link | Rating: 4.0
5. Chuck B.
One of the best places we have ever stayed. Very peaceful and relaxing. Owners are great and generous. While the rooms are not very big, you don't go somewhere as beautiful as Estes Park to stay in the room.

Great features:
- Jacuzzi
- Bikes
- Animal watching
- Proximity to RMNP and downtown Estes Park

01/04/14 | Link | Rating: 5.0
6. Lucia L.
I have nothing but awesome things to say about 4 Seasons Inn and its owners. I wanted a nice economical place, and the price for this was awesome. Since it is off season, we got 3 nights for the price of 2 which came out to $60/night. We stayed in Room 3 which was quite spacious and included a queen bed, pull-out sofa, fridge, microwave and private balcony overlooking Fall River. The owners were always in the office and offered us snacks, wine, and water. We also used the outdoor hot tub which overlooks the river. It is convenient to town and Rocky Mtn National Park, and I would definitely stay here if I ever visit Estes Park again.

10/11/14 | Link | Rating: 5.0
7. Sujata R.
My husband and I had an excellent stay here. Very clean and spacious rooms. The fireplace and hot tubs are also an excellent touch. Lastly, the owners were so pleasant and really seemed interested in us enjoying our stay. I would love to visit Estes and stay here again!

14/03/15 | Link | Rating: 5.0
8. Marisa K.
Seriously, the best ending to my vacation! The owner of this inn made this visit the most personable stay at an inn ever! She turned on the fire pit prior to our late arrival and offered us blankets, drinks, and snacks. It is very conveniently located in Estes Park. She turned on the hot tub and set out towels because we mentioned it the night before. We are already planning our next vacation here. 420 friendly property if you're into that.

13/04/15 | Link | Rating: 5.0
9. Becky C.
Zero communication at check-in or check-out.  No drinks or food available like other reviews suggested at check-in and had to ask about it.  You can buy a Pepsi from the vending machine out front for $1.50 a bottle.

Room review:

Awful smell in room from who knows what even with the bathroom and kitchen area windows open upon arrival.  Had to leave winds open and it was cold due to it.  Stain on floor between bed and table.  No helpful guest book on wifi info, hot tub use, fireplace use or safety concerns of local area.  Uncomfortable Queen bed.  Scratchy sheets.  Gutter trash on top of hot tub made it not inviting to use.  No fan in room or bathroom.  Loud as all hell to try to sleep. We didn't pay for a quiet location at $175 a night to have a herd of elephants over our heads at night. Furniture removal and construction in the room next to us during the day. No notice that this was going to happen.

Grounds Review:

Horrible, small parking lot with cars parked every which way.  Unattractive sandbags along the fence and near the stream to shore things up.  Very narrow bridge to drive across for entry onto property.  Truly disappointed with 4 Seasons Inn.  It did not live up to our expectations from previous reviews and we left a full day early due to it.   No receipt or refund provided at check-out either.  Recommend staying somewhere else.

12/09/14 | Link | Rating: 1.0
10. Ruth D.
I had such a nice experience here that I decided to make it my first yelp review.

My companion and I booked here one day in advance after deciding to drive up to Estes Park on New Year's Day. The price was an absolute steal so we weren't expecting much, but we ended up having a wonderful stay. The owners couldn't have been nicer, the room (one of the executive suites) was clean, spacious and homey, and the hot tub was a warm and welcome retreat from the day we had spent hiking in the snow in Rocky Mountain National Park. Our reservation was waiting on the counter when we walked in and we were greeted with a glass of wine. When we went down to the hot tub (the communal one, I know there are rooms with them too), one of the owners noticed we were out there and brought us fresh towels. That was actually the moment I decided to write this review.

It's close to both downtown Estes Park and RMNP. Would stay there again in a heartbeat and was sad to leave after only one night.

05/01/15 | Link | Rating: 5.0