I spent one night at the Redstone Inn last month as a getaway for myself - and am glad that I did! I found the front desk staff to be friendly and welcoming. Had dinner and then breakfast at the Bar & Grill at the Inn, and the food was great, the service super. My room was clean and comfortable. The price was reasonable. I really enjoyed the Inn.
Our room was small and smelled like mildew. The bathroom had peeling paint and visible mold. The staff at the hotel was good and the restaurant was ok too. When we were there staff and guests were mostly wearing masks, regardless of vaccination status. Unfortunately, it was cool and rainy when we were in Redstone and we arrived too late to go in any of the stores or tour the castle.
We've stayed here many times & generally love the Redstone Inn. It's old and funky, but that's part of the charm. But be warned during COVID times - they seem unconcerned if they cause a super spreader. There is a sign about the mask requirement but even half of the staff ignore it - including the wait staff. The other guests didn't care about masks & no one on staff pointed this out. The restaurant was at full capacity & the only one wearing a mask was the young person filling water. If you are an anti-vaxers or don't believe COVID is real, enjoy. Otherwise, when this is all over I don't know I will feel the same about going back there, which is really sad because it was one of my favorite places. And to add insult to injury, the hot tub we were looking forward to didn't work.
Visited this unique inn on a recent trip. Unfortunately the weather was quite cool, so the pool was unavailable. We also did not have time to visit the Castle, which was nearby and reported to be worth the visit. Staff was friendly, and we had to eat in the restaurant of the inn as I do not believe there was much else in town. Food was decent and service good. The rooms are upstairs, and quite like a bed & breakfast, although breakfast was not included. Worth the bump in the road!
Nice place to relax and enjoy the beautiful surroundings. We enjoyed eating by the pool and the food was excellent. Room was just OK but the bed was very comfortable. Small bathroom that desperately needs updating. Window treatments are shabby as are the towels. The Inn needs a lot of TLC. Chipping paint everywhere and in some places rotting boards. The disturbing thing is that the condition of the Inn has been noted in many reviews over many years but apparently nothing has changed.
Very nice place and is away from the other tourist towns nearby. Quiet. Has attached restaurant and bar. No need to go anywhere to eat or relax. Town of Redstone is peaceful and easy to walk through to see artists work etc. Would stay there again.
Recent stay at Redstone Inn--staff very friendly, incredible food in grill---great cook and the BEST creame brulle, beautiful surroundings---quiet area UNTIL the kids upstairs decided to run up and down and around their room---walls are paper thin---I understand it is historic building---the beds were horrible---MUST be replaced and could use some scrubbing around tub/shower--were there is mold----I would have to say it was not worth $200+ for the night. sorry--need to put some $ in the rooms--antiques would be great (we didn't have any in our room--except maybe the mattress !) also dump the old/frayed towels.
We stayed on a weekday prior to Valentine's day. The inn was a QUIET and relaxing haven for us to lounge around and read books. In the evening, we had the most wonderful meal by the fireside. Carol was an attentive server, and it was lovely to dine in a quiet atmosphere. I loved the room. It was clean and --as promised-- "vintage." The sheets were some of the softest I've ever encountered in a hotel.
Excellent checkin. Room was clean, quiet, and the bed was very comfortable. The ambiance was relaxing. The location is beautiful and you can walk toallm of Redstone easily. The reatuarant's supper of fish and chips was simply wonderful ( the cocktal sauce was unique and great). The cod was breaded with rice flour - light and not greasy. The french soup was excellent - very cheesey. The deserts: bananas foster & choclatee lava were delightful. Breakfasts were: a veggie omelet and sausage and eggs. The home fries were tasty and done perfectly.
The Redstone Inn is a Colorado classic. Old, beautiful, sort of run down in places. Our room opened outside to a two story deck which was wonderful to have a cocktail and admire the giant Blue Spruce trees. Our room was exactly what you should expect. Nice, old, sort of run down but clean and probably exactly as it was built. If you are looking for a modern, sparkling new hotel room, do not come here. We had lunch by the pool and dinner near the bar. The food was good and we had great service. This hotel provides you a close place to base out of to explore Marble, McClure pass etc. I would rate the ambiance and service of this hotel as a five with the rooms a three. We truly enjoyed it.