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Sunnyside Knoll Resort in Estes Park, CO

Sunnyside Knoll Resort in Estes Park, CO


Sunnyside Knoll provides Estes Park lodging, including efficiency rooms, spa suites and cabins.  We will surely become one of your favorite Estes park getaways once you stay with us!


Company Info:

Rating: 3.00

Address: 1675 Fall River Rd, Estes Park, CO, 80517
  • Mon: 9:00 am - 5:00 pm
  • Tue: 9:00 am - 5:00 pm
  • Wed: 9:00 am - 5:00 pm
  • Thu: 9:00 am - 5:00 pm
  • Fri: 9:00 am - 5:00 pm
  • Sat: 9:00 am - 5:00 pm
  • Sun: 9:00 am - 5:00 pm

Hotels in Estes Park, CO



Comments (6):

1. roxanne c.
We stayed here for two nights in December to do some snowshoeing in the park, and we had a lovely time. Sunnyside Knoll is on Fall River Road so you have easy access to the park and in the winter the road is quiet, so tho our standard room faced the street we never heard any traffic noise. Our room had a wood burning fireplace, which was lovely! Especially as ours at home doesn't work... and a jet tub bathtub! Dearly needed after a day of hiking up to Mills Lake (also, outdoor hot tub with twinkling lights hanging in the nearby pine tree and a heated changing room). We would definitely stay here again, especially as it is very economical for poverty ridden graduate students with their winter rates. We had a great time sitting by the fire watching DVDs borrowed from the office, and our room was very clean and warm.

15/12/09 | Link | Rating: 5.0
2. Angela A.
I was not that impressed with this place. The room was sufficient and it seemed clean, for a dog friendly room.  I think my bias is that after spending a lot of time in this area, I prefer the other side of Estes. It's a bit quieter and not as touristy.   My husband and I both agreed on that but we thought we would give it a try. Rooms were not that costly off season which appealed to us.

17/07/12 | Link | Rating: 3.0
3. Casey H.
Stayed during shoulder season. Rooms are clean but dated. Cute and charming if your into 90's country/mountain decor. Bed was comfortable. Think 90's (tv, vcr/dvd, entertainment center)

03/06/14 | Link | Rating: 3.0
4. Teresa H.
Stayed here yesterday night. Hot tub needed servicing, after reading the guest journal, several guests have complained about it since last September.There were several verticle blinds that were missing in the bathroom, which another cabin looked directly into.The couch was slanted awkwardly forward, making it very difficult to even sit on the couch.We did speak with the front desk, I am hoping these issues will be fixed.We were unhappy with this cabin, especially when we have stayed at nicer ones for less money. We will not stay at Sunnyside Knoll again.However, we have stayed at Timber Creeek Lodge, under the same management, and had a great experience there.

28/12/14 | Link | Rating: 2.0
5. Nicole M.
We stayed at Sunnyside Knoll in Cabin 16.  The view from our private hot tub was killer.  We had mountain goats (or sheep?) climbing on the rocks and saw a big red fox run by as we enjoyed the bubbles.  Beautiful!

There are plenty of really nice towels provided.  We didn't have to use the extra ones we brought, which was a nice surprise.

The unit was clean, although the furniture is REALLLLLY in need of updating.  Very weird setup in the living room. TV's aren't great.   And the dining room table and chairs are pretty disgusting, to be honest.  Paint splatter and just gross fabric.  I didn't sit on the chairs even once because I thought they were so icky.

The kitchen has a medium fridge and freezer and an oven/stovetop/microwave/dishwasher.  Coffee maker was broken and stovetop burners were crooked, so your pans were tilted and slid off the burner.  However, Really nice knife set!!  Really could have used some mixing/serving bowls and a pan for the oven (I bought one at Safeway) to bake some chicken.  

Cabin had what we needed for a few nights, but far from luxurious.  Would easily accommodate a blow up mattress in front of the fireplace for extra guests.  Pictures of the unit show the couch in front of the fireplace, but it's actually in front of the picture window facing the little tv.  So there is a big open space in front of the fireplace.  We moved the chair from the bedroom into the living room for additional seating.  Again, very poor setup of living room furniture in relation to the room and fireplace.  I think this is due to where the cable outlet is coming out of the wall so the room has been rearranged to face the TV set up.  MOVE THE CABLE OUTLET and rearrange the living room and I promise, people will be happier.  Add a coffee table and a few more arm chairs.  Make it cozy!!

The hot tub and fireplace kept us pretty happy.  With the winter special it was a good deal, but I wouldn't pay more than the $250 total for Saturday and Sunday nights.

Overall, staff at Fawn Valley Inn (where we were required to check in) were very, very nice.

Oh, and you have to pay $4 a bundle for your firewood.  We used 3 bundles in about 36 hours.  They also give you great little fire starter packets.  :)  Not bad.

WIFI does NOT WORK even from the Cabin #16 right across from the office.  Bring your mobile hot spot or expect to have to go sit in the rec room if you need internet access.

03/03/15 | Link | Rating: 2.0
6. Brandi H.
Nice little cabin was kept up well. Only complaint was the in-room hot tub was more like a warm tub. Didn't get that awesome hot tub relaxing feeling which is the whole reason we went up. Outdoor hot tub was also luke warm. On the other hand, the shower in the cabin was awesome with several heads. Saw an elk right outside out room.

30/11/14 | Link | Rating: 3.0