This was our first stay after the new owners reopened the lodge. The cabins have been extensively upgraded, but could have been better. The spacious bathroom has a tiny shower stall you can barely turn around in. Lots of unused space around the commode would allow for a much larger shower. The vanity was tiny. A larger vanity would easily fit in the unused space. The blank wall next to the vanity could have had towel rods or shelves for toiletries. The queen bed was OK but was pushed up next to a wall so that one person would have to crawl down to the foot of the bed, or over the other sleeping person in order to exit the bed. There was a nice 3 - person couch although the bed only accommodates 2. TV a bit small, but OK. There were 2 clothes hooks in lieu of a closet. 5 or 6 hooks spaced apart for clothes hangers would have been nice. Heaters in both rooms was appreciated as it gets nippy at night in September. We will return for the view and the lodge even though the cabin is not exactly a bargin.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- A classic Colorado Summer Mountain Lodge offering a variety of rustic cabins. Grand Lake Lodge is surrounded on three sides by Rocky Mountain National Park, perched on a hill side overlooking Grand Lake Village, Grand Lake, and Shadow Mountain Reservoir. Full service restaurant. The Grand Lake Lodge is open late May to early October yearly. ... more less
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