Mills Suite

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ROOM RATES: $189-$299/night

MAX OCCUPANCY: 2 adults (18 and under not permitted overnight in lodge)

SIZE: Custom King bed & 654 square feet of indoor/outdoor space, private balcony

This suite has beautiful, unobstructed river, mountain, and aspen grove views.

AMENITIES:
-Gas fireplace
-Separate Sitting Area
-Private balcony with towering, panoramic views
-Handcrafted barn wood & Old Hickory furnishings
-Luxury linens & bathrobes
-HDTV
-Complimentary WIFI
-Alarm clock, ironing board with iron

KITCHENETTE:
-Mini fridge with freezer
-Coffee maker with K-Cups
-Microwave
-Bar sink

BATHROOM:
-Oversized luxury shower with European glass
-Plush bathrobes, hair dryer
-Mountain Escape Collection Amenities

FEATURES:
-Unique designer fabrics, colors, and charm
-Zoned heat control (no A/C)
-Luxury finishes
-Granite throughout
-Smoke and pet free

 

 

 

 

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ROOM BIOGRAPHY

Enos Mills was an American homesteader, naturalist, and a main figure behind the creation of Rocky Mountain National Park. Born in Kansas in 1870, Mills moved to Colorado at the age of 14 and shortly thereafter made his first ascent of the 14,255-foot Longs Peak. At the age of 15, Mills built a homestead near the town of Estes Park and his beloved Longs Peak. Over the course of his life, he ascended Longs 40 times by himself and nearly 300 additional times as a guide. This influential figure fought to preserve the area around Estes and along the Continental Divide as a national park. Enos Mills used his speeches, writing, and photography to further this proposal. For these reasons he is often referred to as the “Father of Rocky Mountain National Park”.