With a stay at Rocky Mountain Park Inn in Estes Park, you'll be connected to the convention center and close to Lake Estes Marina and Beaver Meadows Visitor Center.
Make yourself at home in one of the 150 air-conditioned rooms featuring LCD televisions. Complimentary wireless Internet access keeps you connected, and cable programming is available for your entertainment. Private bathrooms with shower/tub combinations feature complimentary toiletries and hair dryers. Conveniences include desks and complimentary weekday newspapers, as well as phones with free local calls and voice mail.
Rec, Spa, Premium Amenities
DonÃât miss out on the many recreational opportunities, including an indoor pool, a spa tub, and a fitness facility. This hotel also features complimentary wireless Internet access, a pool table, and wedding services.
Grab a bite to eat at the hotel's restaurant, which features a bar, or stay in and take advantage of room service (during limited hours). At the end of the day, relax with your favorite drink at a bar/lounge. Cooked-to-order breakfasts are available daily for a fee.
Business, Other Amenities
Featured amenities include a business center, an Internet point, and a computer station. Planning an event in Estes Park? This hotel has 12000 square feet (1115 square meters) of space consisting of a conference center, conference/meeting rooms, and small meeting rooms. Free self parking is available onsite.
Starting in 1919, author and collector Harold Marion Dunning began assembling artifacts and stories about Loveland?s pioneers. By 1938, he had built up enough of a collection to start a history museum in a converted garage. Today, Loveland Museum is both an art and history museum that encompasses more than 30,000 objects. Most are displayed in interactive historical exhibits where visitors can discover how Great Western Sugar churned out its namesake or sit on one of mountain man Mariano Medina?s saddles.
The museum's trio of art galleries brings world-class art to Loveland with various exhibits, renowned artists such as Pablo Picasso, Dale Chihuly, Salvador Dali, Wayne Thiebaud, and Francisco Goya, and a gallery dedicated to contemporary artists. This gallery highlights different artists or themes roughly every 8???12 weeks, and the artists themselves frequently stop by to give lectures on everything from their inspirations to whether they could take Pablo Picasso in a fight. The artist?s talks are among many classes and programs hosted by Loveland Museum, which include kids? art classes and historical lectures from visiting scholars.
Cody Walker muses that within the stillness of Rocky Mountain National Park, "You get a sense that it's the way it should be." His father, Rex, grew up on a steady diet of cowboy films, eventually following his dream to Colorado where he met his wife, Queeda. Queeda was born into a family of homesteaders who caught and broke wild steeds. In 1959, they channeled their passion for the old-west lifestyle into Sombrero Ranches, eschewing souvenir-shop gimmicks for horseback expeditions that, much like avalanches of super glue, bond visitors with their steeds and natural surroundings.
Today, Cody carries on his parents' legacy with a staff of ranch hands from nearby homesteads and college students participating in equine-science programs all across the country. After training in a vigorous program that's evolved during more than 50 years, his employees launch short rides or lengthy adventures. Cody distinguishes the Continental Divide ride as one of the most awe-inspiring; it begins at Bear Lake at 6 a.m., wending across the Continental Divide and to Grand Lake during a nine-hour stretch.
Though the aroma of fresh-cut flowers has drifted from its doors for more than 60 years, Earles Loveland Floral & Gifts has not been quite the same since 1993, when United Floral Industry School graduate Elizabeth Parker took charge of operations. The time-honored flower and gift shop has blossomed under her guidance, experiencing a meteoric rise in popularity that recently culminated in its winning the Reporter-Herald’s Reader's Choice award for best local florist in 2011.
Parker went to school for floral wedding design, and it’s no secret that her field of study has become one of the shop’s strong suits. Along with her dedicated team of florists, she can turn any wedding venue into a lush garden of bridal bouquets, corsages, and elegant reception centerpieces. The shop's everyday bouquets hardly suffer from comparison, bundling together natural, seasonal flowers in arrangements available for pickup or delivery by a well-trained swarm of bees. Before whisking away a bouquet of grab 'n' go flowers, peruse Earles's eclectic selection of gifts and household accouterments, which includes flower-print tote bags, beaded jewelry, and gel candles.
Led by anti-aging specialist Dr. James Howton, the team at Restore Health Center favors a whole-body apprach to wellness. Instead of simply chasing symptoms with medicine, they approach health challenges in a systematic manner, identifying and addressing underlying issues through treatment plans customized for each patient. Their treatments range from traditional medical interventions to healing modalities including medical weight loss, customized nutritional supplementation, and detoxification. The center also offers bio-identical hormone restoration; in fact, Restore Health Center is one of holistic health advocate Suzanne Somers' recommended clinics in Colorado.
In addition to treating aging insides, Restore Health Center also keeps outsides looking sharp with aesthetic services including Botox, dermal fillers and laser procedures. The clinic's team also reshapes bodies with innovative treatments such as CoolSculpting – a procedure that kills fat cells with the power of targeted cold – and Exilis skin tightening.
Brian Flemming knew he wanted to be a chiropractor when he was just 9 years old. After he visited one to help him heal from injuries, a fascination with the human body took root in his head. So he followed that fascination through school, learning the tricks of the trade and the subtleties that differentiate human insides from those of sock puppets, eventually becoming an adherent of a whole-person approach.
In Loveland, Dr. Flemming teams up with fellow Doctor of Chiropractic Jeff Bjorklund to chase away aches and realign spines. Lifelong athletes, Flemming and Bjorklund forge paths to wellness with chiropractic care, corrective exercise, lifestyle advice, and nutritional counseling. To complement their pain-assuaging, drug-free regime, they joined forces with massage therapist Sarah Vetter, who soothes away tension, leaving muscles as relaxed as spaghetti noodles in a hot tub.