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I feel like we stepped back to camp, but not. We stayed in the lodge, and were happily amazed that we were literally 3 minutes from the entrance of RMNP (we obviously didn't look up the location on the map). Stayed in the lodge on...More
We stayed in the lodge #9. It was just a basic hotel room with a table for four, pot belly stove, and a sink, microwave and refrigerator. The balcony of the room overlooks the river. The only downside is the balcony is shared by everyone...More
JOSH RUINED OUR VACATION. Arrived at check-in time and no one at office. Waited 10 min and received the key, Filthy room. Cabin #1.
Horrible manager who when told of filthy room didn't care. Upset me of course because we drove 9 hours from Nebraska...More
Response from ponderosal, Manager at Ponderosa LodgeResponded 1 week ago
The Ponderosa Lodge is a small family owned lodge, we are in our peak season and our staff at times is still working when a guest arrives. I was picking my daughter up from camp and had been gone 10 minutes when I received a...More
My husband and I celebrated our 1st wedding anniversary here in 2016. We initially just chose this because it was the most affordable we could find available but we ended up falling in love with this hotel. It was so quaint and GORGEOUS. We really...More
Stayed 3 nights while visiting the RMNP. Loved the fireplace and all the nature surrounding, including the lovely creek out front. The first night we were there we had a minor issue that the staff quickly resolved. The rooms have thin walls so we could...More
US$115 - US$218 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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I'm staying in one of the upper level rooms with two queens and a kitchenette this Summer. Are there cooking utensils, pans, etc. and what appliances? Also, are there grills or anything to use around the property?
1 March 2016|
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Response from JMogs | Reviewed this property |
We didn't do much in room cooking when we stayed there, but there were pots and pans, dishes, a microwave, small fridge, and toaster. There was also a grill on the deck that guests could use. I thought it was a nice little... More
We didn't do much in room cooking when we stayed there, but there were pots and pans, dishes, a microwave, small fridge, and toaster. There was also a grill on the deck that guests could use. I thought it was a nice little place, great location, reasonably priced. I will likely stay there again next time I go to Estes Park. Have fun!