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Rooms at Stein Eriksen Lodge range in size from 375 square feet for a deluxe bedroom to between 1,200 and 4,900 square feet for a one- to five-bedroom luxury suite. All rooms have exterior entrances, so you won’t have to cut across the lobby every time you leave. Thanks to the vaulted ceilings, bedroom areas at the Forbes Travel Guide Five-Star hotel feel open and roomy.
Facing the wall-mounted flat-screen TVs are one king or two queen-sized beds with comfortable mattresses and several pillows. You’ll find a couple of armchairs and a small workstation off to the side where you can use the free wireless Internet. The bathrooms are stone-tiled, keeping with the hotel’s natural feel, and have both a jetted bathtub and a separate shower with Molton Brown bath products.
Kitchenettes are outfitted with a coffeemaker, microwave and refrigerator; however the fridge doesn’t have anything in it unless you specifically ask for it to be stocked with premade dishes. Many of the rooms also have stone-hearth gas fireplaces and an outside deck with tables, chairs and a private hot tub.
The guest rooms at Stein Eriksen Lodge range from deluxe bedrooms (with either two queen beds or one king bed and large bathroom) to five-bedroom suites. Suites have a fully equipped kitchen, dining area, living room with fireplace, private deck with hot tub, master bedroom with fireplace and master bath with jetted tub and steam shower. Each room is decorated differently as well, but all play into the “mountain home” feel of the lodge.