Exterior, Facilities, Layout, Vibe, Food and Drink, Technology, Recreation
AAA Inspector Notes
This historic property was built by the famous Freelan Oscar Stanley, co-inventor of the Stanley Steamer car and manufacturer of violins. Stephen King stayed at the Stanley after a late season attempt to visit the Rocky Mountain National Park. The mostly empty hotel became the inspiration for King's famous novel 'The Shining.'
Smoke free premises. 100 units. 3 stories, interior corridors.
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