MaryAnn and her husband welcomed us into their home. We would have been happy with a boarding room, but took a standard room as that was all available as late as we arrived.
It was very clean and comfortable, with the softest linens (MaryAnn makes her own laundry soap)!
There is much historic memorabilia accenting the building through out.
The one drawback (for us) was "air freshener" beads under the nightstand, and the use of FeBreeze (I am highly allergic!) when cleaning the rooms and would like to suggest the use of baking soda or activated charcoal to absorb odours as an alternative.
Overall, a wonderful place to stay!
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- A Rocky Mountain Historic Hotel.The Eastin began in 1906 as a boarding house & sarsaparilla factory. In 1933 Lum Eastin added additons to create a modern hotel. Today Maryann & Walt Van Lue, Welcomes you to an enchanting hotel. The rooms are simply decorated with hotel antiques. The Hotel offers modern western rooms and comfort rooms with cable TV and private baths and some with microwaves and fridges or European style rooms with TV's and shared hall bathrooms. This past year we finished our Zane Grey room, to honor the great western novelist who stayed in room 120 and wrote "The Mysterious Rider". We are now working on the Colorado Room. The Colorado Room was finished this spring. We will be working on John Denver, Betsy Ross and John Wayne this fall. ... more less
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