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The Basalt Mountain Inn is a completely remodeled hotel in the heart of downtown Basalt. Everything is brand new in the entire hotel. This is a very comfortable property located within walking distance to everything Basalt has to offer. The Frying Pan and Roaring Fork Rivers run through downtown very close to the hotel.
All reviews living room great location separate sleeping area the frying pan river cold breakfast small refrigerator restaurants and shops updated rooms the river king suite a wonderful stay four nights would definitely stay here again hotel is located hotel room easy access aspen
This place is geared toward guests who fish, hike, climb, etc. We had a two bedroom unit with microwave and fridge in a small kitchenette. No dishes were included but they came in each day and changed sheets and towels and cleaned. They have a...More
We were travelling with our son and his wife and wanted to visit Aspen but not pay Aspen prices. This inn was a great choice - in a sweet little town with restaurants a short walk away. The unit we got had a living room,...More
We stayed 3 nights in the Green Drake suite, a large unit with a king bed in a separate bedroom. The living room has a full size sleeper sofa, lounge chairs, and wet bar. Bistro table and chairs in dining room. The room was very...More
We had reservations here for July 5 2018. Being aware of the wildfire in the area, we tried calling them all day to see if they were affected. We never got through, only heard a message that their voicemail was not set up. We also...More
Thank Linda C
Response from ZachFischer, General Manager at Basalt Mountain InnResponded July 7, 2018
I apologize for your inconvenience. Due to the wildfire we were forced to evacuate the hotel as the fire was several hundred yards from the inn. There were some businesses open however we were forced to be closed and not occupy the building by...More