Aspen Lodge At Estes Park to Focus On Groups in the Off-Season; Lodge Will Host Meetings, Conferences and Weddings Only January Through May 2001.Business, Entertainment, Travel & Weekend Editors
ESTES ESTES Ecole Supérieure en Travail Educatif et Social (French, educational establishment in Strasbourg, France) PARK, Colo.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Dec. 21, 2000
Estes Valley Resorts, the owners of Aspen Lodge at Estes, announced today that beginning in January 2001, the resort will focus its attention on group visitors, taking reservations only for meetings, retreats, conferences, and weddings during the off-season.
This will take effect January 2 through May 10, 2001. The plan will allow groups more privacy and access to the entire property. Individuals and small parties will be catered to at Aspen Lodge's sister properties, Lake Shore Lodge and Lake Estes Inn & Suites.
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In addition to hosting groups, Aspen Lodge will be open for various special occasions, including the Bridal Fest on February 25, 2001. Other special events and packages for the public will be announced at a later date, or check our web site at www.estesvalleyresorts.com.
It should be noted that the restaurant and bar at Aspen Lodge will only be open to group guests of Aspen Lodge. From January 2 to May 10, 2001, the restaurant and bar will not be accessible to walk-in guests, except for advertised special events.
Aspen Lodge in Estes Park is located on Peak to Peak Highway 7, eight miles south of Estes Park. The resort is comprised of 23 cabins and 36 rooms in one of the largest log structures in Colorado. Banquet facilities allow for up to 175 people in the Longs Peak room, while adjacent meeting rooms can handle up to 40 people. With front-door access to Rocky Mountain National Park Rocky Mountain National Park
National park, north-central Colorado, U.S. Established in 1915 and enclosing part of the Front Range of the Rocky Mountains, the park has an area of 262,191 acres (106,105 hectares). , Roosevelt National Forest The Roosevelt National Forest is a U.S. National Forest located in north central Colorado. The forest encompasses a mountainous area of the foothills on the eastern side of the continental divide of the Front Range in Larimer County and Boulder County. , Aspen Lodge offers a variety of outdoor activities including horseback riding, mountain biking mountain biking Sports medicine A sport in which participants use specialized bicycles to navigate rough, steep trails covered with unforgiving rocks Injury risk Concussions, fractures, death. See Extreme sport, Novelty seeking behavior. , snowshoeing snow·shoe
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intr.v. and ice skating. Because of these amenities, its close proximity to the Front Range and DIA, and its 50-year tradition of western hospitality, Aspen Lodge at Estes Park has become a favorite business retreat in the winter and family vacation destination in the summer.
Aspen Lodge is a property of Estes Valley Resorts, based in Estes Park, Colorado Estes Park is a town in Larimer County, Colorado (USA) on the Big Thompson River. The population was 5,413 at the 2000 census. As of a 2006 census estimate, the population has risen to 6,006. . Estes Valley Resorts is owned by long-time Estes Park residents Ola and Mickey Stanger, their son Andrew Stanger, and daughter Sharon Seeley. For more information on Lake Estes Inn & Suites, Lake Shore Lodge and Aspen Lodge, call 800/332-MTNS or visit the web site at www.estesvalleyresorts.com.