Sprague Suite

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ROOM RATES: $149-$229/night  (10% discount for 7 nights or more)

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

SIZE:  Custom King bed, bath (586 square feet of indoor/outdoor space)

This suite is on the road side of the lodge and has mountain views.

AMENITIES:
-Private dry sauna
-Gas fireplace
-Private Balcony (100 square feet)
-Handcrafted barn wood & Old Hickory furnishings
-Luxury linens
-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
-Dry sauna

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

Room Comparison

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ROOM BIOGRAPHY

Abner Sprague first saw our breathtaking mountains as a young man in 1868. He is respected as an Estes Park pioneer, homesteader, explorer, mountaineer, resort owner, and author – and his work was important in the creation of both Estes Park and Rocky Mountain National Park. Around the turn of the century, he and his wife Alberta constructed a homestead cabin in Moraine Park. As tourism to the area increased, they began offering food to passersby. With business booming, they built a rental cabin and later a large lodge to accommodate the growing number of visitors. In 1914, they complete a magnificent lodge located at the present-day site of the Sprague Lake parking lot. Abner Sprague lived to see 91 years, last climbing Longs Peak at the ripe old age of 74.

Jessen, Kenneth. “Abner Sprague Built a Lodge in Rocky Mountain National Park.” Reporter Herald Colorado History, 25 Oct. 2014. 

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