Estes Park motels and suites provide a comfortable room for a good night’s sleep, and some include breakfast. A motel can be a wonderfully affordable way to enjoy this beautiful area.
Some local motels have a retro, nostalgic flair. If you are traveling with a group, family, or want a little more space, consider the convenience of a suite.
For help narrowing down where in the Estes valley you’d like to stay, visit our Guide to Choosing Estes Park Vacation Lodging
On Fall River
Locally Owned & Operated
Estes Park Resort
On Lake Estes
4 Seasons Inn
Riverfront, Wildlife, & Mtn Views
Alpine Trail Ridge Inn
Close to Beaver Meadows Entrance RMNP
Best Western Plus Silver Saddle
Silver Moon Inn
Near lake Estes Marina
Peak to Peak Lodge
Close to Events Complex & Golf
Blue Door Inn
The Haber Motel
Park and Walk
Coyote Mountain Lodge
Walk to Downtown Estes Park
Misty Mountain Lodge
The Maxwell Inn
Riverwalk Stroll to Downtown
Stoney River Lodge
Saddle & Surrey Motel
Economical Lodging & Hometown Hospitality
Murphy’s River Lodge
On Fall River, 2 blocks to downtown
Estes Lake Lodge
Views of Lake Estes
In 1920 the National Park to Park Highway started promoting road trips to western national parks. Estes Park makes the list of perfect western road trip destinations. It is a great base camp for scenic drives.
Motels sprang up along the highways 7, 34 and 36 into town to serve motorist visitors. Some of these motels still exist today, upgraded to fit modern tastes, and are often the most affordable choice available. Today’s motels and suites have great locations, convenient to both downtown Estes Park and nearby Rocky Mountain National Park.
If you like the convenience of parking right outside your room, or having a swimming pool on-site for the kids, an Estes Park motel is a great choice for you.
During the busy summer months when all the lodges seem fully booked, motels sometimes still have rooms or suites available. Look here if you’re having trouble finding availability in a condo or lodge.