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Company Info: Rating: 3.60
Address: 2760 Fall River Rd, Estes Park, CO, 80517 Hotels in Estes Park, CO
1. Peter C.
we came to estes for a friend's wedding, and she recommended fawn valley. we upgraded to a river room with a private hot tub, and it was worth every penny.
the cabin had a very welcoming feel. the gas fireplace was a great addition, especially when it got so cold at night (or when we had just gotten out of the hot tub!).
it's a bit far from anything other than the river, so plan on a long walk or a
drive if you want to leave.
they have wifi but we couldn't get it in our room, and cellular reception in pretty much all of estes is weak.
i still can't believe how cheap it was for what we got.
01/07/11 | Link
| Rating: 5.0
2. Angie A.
My husband and I wanted to get away for Christmas weekend, but somewhere close since we didn't have a lot of time off. We live in Westminster, CO and Estes Park is only about an hour and a half away so we thought that would be a great place to spend Christmas. Fawn Valley seemed like the perfect place; close to Rocky Mountain National Park, not in the middle of town, and romantic, so we tried it. We could not have been more happy with that decision!
The staff was wonderful at check in, and they have hundreds of DVDs to check out (for free) while you're staying there. We really enjoyed watching a few movies with the fireplace going. On the weekends there is also a continental breakfast, nothing spectacular but it was nice just walking to the office for coffee and donuts.
The room was clean and so romantic! We loved the private hot tub on our balcony that overlooked Fall River and had such a pretty view. We woke up Saturday morning to deer right outside our room too. We definitely recommend this place and we will definitely be back!
26/12/11 | Link
| Rating: 5.0
3. Gary S.
Yipes! Dump! Do not stay here! This place needs to be demolished. Uncomfortable beds. Dirty room was deplorable. Should have brought my tent and sleeping bag.
08/10/12 | Link
| Rating: 1.0
4. Sara S.
This little Inn is the last place before entering the RMNP, so it's pretty far up there! We enjoyed this place so much though.
My boyfriend had been longing for a hot tub as well as looking at the stars. I researched online and found Rocky Mountain Resorts - Fawn Valley Inn. They are still on their Winter rates because they are open year-round. Rooms right now with a hot tub go for $125/night. This is a steal for what you get! Your own private deck, hot tub, and they even give you a cute little goodie bag with chocolates, hot cocoa mix, and some other things.
They have free fruit in the lobby which we enjoyed!
They also have an extensive DVD collection! 1300 or something like that!
They have Free Wi-Fi. Cell service is pretty spotty, but better if you head towards Estes.
I can't wait to return to Fawn Valley Inn. Thank you for making our vacation really special!
25/03/12 | Link
| Rating: 5.0
5. Jeff S.
This is an aging facility, but one that's been kept up well and is great to stay in. Prices are quite reasonable, too. It is practically walking distance to the RMNP entrance. It sits on Fall River, which from our room could be seen out the patio door. You can even walk down to the river for a little quiet time.
There was only one negative, and unfortunately it's a big one for me: the wifi was terrible. We only barely got a signal in our room and even when we could get a decent connection there was almost no bandwidth. Cell tower internet was also not accessible from our room. I enjoy coming to the mountains to be away from email and phone calls, but I rely on the internet for planning adventures!
18/05/13 | Link
| Rating: 4.0
6. Justin H.
Horrible. 1 star resort at a 5 star price. This place is an absolute dump. There is no air conditioning, and no house keeping. I wouldn't have minded as much but the daily rate is equivalent to what you can get at other resorts that have these amenities. My father-in-law had to be switched from his room. His room looked like section 8 housing. It was not a pleasant experience.
02/05/14 | Link
| Rating: 1.0
7. Christina H.
I adore this place.
I've now stayed here more than once during the winter and it's staffed by friendly, helpful, kind people. The rooms are very cozy and many include private hot tubs. Though the exterior of the lodges show their age, the interior of the condos and cabins are very clean and renovated to mountain tacky goodness. Moose pictures you say? Yes, of course Fawn Valley has them! Log furniture, fireplaces, random tacky canoes as centerpieces....the list goes on.
The office also supplies a huge collection of dvds to borrow during your stay for free, free continental breakfast, and snowshoe rental (for free I believe).
For a cozy, romantic stay with a lovely demonic moose...call Fawn Valley!
28/02/13 | Link
| Rating: 4.0
8. Steven D.
We get great rates here in the off season which is nice. The first time we came we got a room with a jacuzzi tub but there was not enough hot water to fill it up. Front desk didn't give a lick. We decided to give it another try a few months later in a standard room and it was a little better. They could use updating but with how hard It can be to find a place to stay so close to RMNP during peak season I see why they do just enough.
27/09/14 | Link
| Rating: 3.0
9. Sarah V.
We go to Estes Park every year to celebrate my husbands birthday, because it is still too cold out for camping (his dream). We stayed at Fawn Valley in last year and it was very nice. I had actually won the trip, so everything was free. Booking the trip was very easy and the people there are super nice and helpful!
Once we arrived we found that they have some books, games and DVD's that you can use as you please and take to your room, so that was great! The front desk workers were really nice and patient. Our room was nice, it was a 1 bedroom with a futon in the front room, my husband and I slept in the room and our 2 young boys slept on the futon. It was a great size room and it was very cozy feeling, there was a nice fireplace too. There is a small balcony off of the main room and it walks out to the river.
22/07/13 | Link
| Rating: 4.0
10. Lizzy G.
When pulling into Fawn Valley Inn, it was clear we'd selected the perfect location: a couple miles west of downtown Estes, sunken down from highway 34, with the river right behind it. We thought the front exterior looked a little weathered, but also thought maybe they paint right before the start of peak season (we were there late April). Our room however was more updated and cozy feeling than I expected based on the hallway we walked down. All their rooms facing the stream seemed nice as far as I could tell, but I think #107 might be the most private, which we appreciated. It had a hot tub, and I was impressed to learn they drain the tub after each checkout! So much better than most nasty communal hot tubs. We had our own grill and made steaks the first night. The igniter button on the grill had busted off, but the staff kindly came and lit it for us. The little kitchenette in our room was small but still had everything we needed. We did buy coffee from the local Safeway because the room came with folders... And we're snobs. We also had to buy Panteen at the local Safeway because the hotels shampoo was pretty lack luster and it was a 2-in-one... Again set aforementioned comment about snobbery. The rooms do not have blowdryers but you can borrow from the front desk. The staff were super courteous and helpful. Our room was super clean at check in. I loved that the bed had real sheets and they provided lovely soft towels. Really made it feel less like a traditional hotel stay.
26/04/15 | Link
| Rating: 4.0