The Stanley Hotel offers a unique perspective on Colorado as it was … and still is. This elegant hotel is listed in Historic Hotels of America and is on the National Register of Historic Places. The Stanley is spectacular. Breathtaking. Unique. Rich in history. Haunted. With it’s Old World charm, no wonder some still call The Stanley home after 100 years.
A total 9 hours to include 3 Saturday Sessions & Wrap-Up Sunday morning.
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The newly remodeled Lodge at the Stanley promises newly upgraded guest amenities notable in The Hotel’s multi-million dollar renovation. Formerly The Manor House, this boutique hotel is quintessential Colorado – wood accents, veranda and fireplace for high altitude chilly evenings. Private meeting with room to spread out, just like Colorado herself. All guest rooms retain a historic flavor, updated to meet any guest’s demands. Mostly, though, it’s the quiet, elegant, luxurious and haunted Stanley Hotel that brings guests from all over the world to doorstep of Rocky Mountain National Park. Spring is the perfect time to combine the privacy afforded our learning experiences with access to the grandeur The Stanley has offered for 103 years.
Afternoon Tea & Crumpets on Saturday afternoon harken back to The Stanley’s Victorian roots with flavors updated to please the new Century’s palates.
Saturday Luncheon offers a choice of 3 cold plated lunches:
Ghost Tours are optional; Reservations are required although there is a special rate for this group. Please talk to the Event Coordinator, David Skinner @ 719-661-5220