The Stanley Hotel

333 E Wonder View Ave, Estes Park, CO
Capacity: 300 people

About The Stanley Hotel

There is a dream in your mind, one that started long ago. I want my wedding to be... Now the time has come, to bring to life those dreams. The question is how? Weddings at the Stanley Hotel stand out by combining traditional and modern together with impeccable service. The Stanley embraces every wedding celebration with it's historic-splendor, an array of magnificent venues, and the attention to detail that is the hallmark of the Historic Stanley Hotel. Outdoor ceremony locations include the Front Lawn, the Gazebo and an intimate site in our new Rose Garden. Our cascading staircase and panoramic views of the Rocky Mountains provide the ultimate showcase for our brides. Wedding ceremonies take on a heightened air of distinction amidst the backdrop of the Rocky Mountains After the ceremony, the celebration continues in one of our exquisitely appointed reception venues. The understated elegance of the Macgregor Ballroom and the magnificent Georgian architectural style of the Concert Hall are the perfect settings for larger receptions. The Music Room is the ultimate dining and dancing venue for eighty guests or under. Ask about our smaller reception venues if you are planning a more intimate wedding.

Event Spaces

Concerrt Hall
Library
MacGregor
Manor Hall
Music
Pinon Billiard

Recommendations

The Stanley Hotel is a shining example of a good party venue! - An Eventective User from Fort Collins CO

We went to the Stanley last winter as a last-minute birthday get-together. It was a great idea! It only took about 40 minutes to get there from near I-25 in Fort Collins. The scenery wasn't fantastic, but it was beautiful. It was definitely an enjoyable drive. The photos of this hotel are really how it looks in person. It looks impressive and important when you see it. If it was anywhere else the effect would be different. The natural mountain backdrops somehow alter the appearance of this type of place. The interior was pretty and the staff was informal and friendly. We had called about a week ahead of time to reserve our rooms. They wouldn't let us reserve specific rooms. When we got there, the Steven King room where he wrote ""The Shining"" was available! We looked for ghosts but didn't see any. It was really cool that the hallways, stuff in the hallways, the way the doors are laid out in different parts of the hotel are like in the movie. We did not see anything spooky at all. Well except for the carpet which looked like it was from 1980. But everything had this completely unique vibe to it, so it didn't really matter. The room we stayed in on the second floor was the only room that had access to the huge balcony on the front of the hotel. So if you stay there, you might want to ask for that room so you can go out on the balcony. There is another room that looks like it has access but it really doesn't. The interior of the room and the bathroom were unique, fun, and comfortable. It wasn't cheesy or scary like some offbeat hotels. It was more like pretty and interesting. Since we were there in winter (the off-season) we were surprised that we could order room service. They were kind of slow but the food was unexpectedly good. We felt like we had almost the whole place to ourselves! If you go when it isn't winter, it would probably be crowded though. Going there was so fun!

Venue Types
Amenities
  • Full Bar/Lounge
  • Handicapped Accessible
  • On-Site Catering Service
  • Outdoor Function Area
  • Outdoor Pool
  • Outside Catering Allowed
  • Wireless Internet/Wi-Fi
Features
  • Max Number of People for an Event: 300
  • Number of Event/Function Spaces: 8
  • Total Meeting Room Space (Square Feet): 20,000
  • Year Renovated: 2007