Top 25% of all hotels, based on cleanliness and condition.
AAA Inspector Notes
Inspector Pick (Classification): The mesas and plateaus are captivating. You may not want to leave the luxurious adobe style rooms. For me, I am still dreaming of my pool-side cabana.
You could spend the day driving a Bentley through the mountains, splashing around an outdoor pool, or hiking the red rock Unaweep Canyon while learning about dinosaurs and Native American history. Afterward, it's time to relax at the spa or enjoy fine dining at Entrada. Nightlife at this resort is watching the mountain sunset while sipping a cocktail. Guest rooms feature modern décor with subtle details that give a hint of southwestern Colorado flair.
Smoke free premises. 72 units. 2 stories (no elevator), interior/exterior corridors.
hot tub, cabanas, recreation programs, bicycles, game room, lawn sports, trails, exercise room, spa.
check-in 4 pm, 3 day cancellation notice-fee imposed, resort fee, pet friendly (call for restrictions/fees.).
OVERALL GUEST SCORE
Based on Ratings from 4 guests
Showing reviews 1 - 4 of 4
family with young children
Pros: Resort in the wilderness with many things to do! Bear tracks along the Deloris River!
Pros: great scenic location - shooting and horse riding was very nice - comfortable bed
Cons: breakfast was supposed to be included, however they still presented a bill, so we had to complain to get it removed - resort feels a bit industrial in some areas where the noise of the air conditioning systems is a bit loud
Cons: The onsite restaurants could have stayed open later.
Pros: I liked the variety of extracurricular activities that are offered as extras. I also like the isolation, and the car museum.
Cons: The main restaurant is ridiculously expensive.