MacPhearson Room

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ROOM RATES: $109-$165/night  (10% discount for 7 nights or more)

MAX OCCUPANCY: 2 adults (children not permitted overnight in lodge)

SIZE:  Custom Queen bed, bath  (200 square feet – while petite, this room is cozy and very well appointed)

This room does not provide a mountain or river view.

AMENITIES:
-Luxury linens
-Handcrafted barn wood & Old Hickory furnishings
-HDTV with Direct TV
-Complimentary high-speed wireless Internet
-Alarm clocks
-Mini fridge with freezer
-Coffee maker with locally roasted coffee

BATHROOM:
-Oversized luxury shower with European glass
-Plush bathrobes
-Beekman 1802 brand amenities

FEATURES:
-Unique with its own designer fabrics, colors, and charm
-Zoned climate control
-Luxury finishes
-Granite top vanity
-Smoke and pet free
-Daily housekeeping

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Imogene MacPhearson lived an exciting, entrepreneurial life in early America. During the Civil War she bravely crossed into the Confederate South to rescue her husband when he was ill in a Union Camp, and she was integral in helping to build one of the first veteran’s hospitals and many other businesses.

Years later, MacPhearson set out west to Denver to spend some time in the Rocky Mountains, eventually staying at Sprague’s dude ranch. She instantly fell in love with the Estes area and purchased a homestead in Moraine Park, later expanding this property to become a tourist destination. Opened in 1910, Imogene’s Moraine Park guest property had cabins, a livery stable, a main lodge, and a dining room, which she ran by herself.

The only building of the Moraine Park Lodge remaining today is the Assembly Hall, built in 1923. When the National Park Service purchased the property in 1931 it was transformed into the Moraine Park Visitor Center.

“Rocky Mountain National Park: People.” National Park Service. Unknown. Web. 23 Mar. 2016. 

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