Ratings based on 51 Verified Reviews

They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
3.3 out of 5
90% of guests recommend
3.7 Room cleanliness
3.4 Service & staff
3.3 Room comfort
3.0 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
We double-checked.
2 out of 5
by A verified travelerfrom Colorado

Built in 1890

Posted Apr 1, 2015
Still in 1890. Shared bathroom had a nice toilet seat - otherwise, shower had mold, ceiling had cobwebs around the edges, door would not close easily. Beds ok. Front desk was the bar, bartender was the front desk person! Confused? Me too. Value to price - way out of whack. 2:45 a.m., still hearing the base as if the band was still playing. (Or boom box?)
1 out of 5
by A verified traveler

Posted Sep 29, 2014 on Hotels.com
Quaint would hardly describe the place--it would be a gross overstatement
5 out of 5
by Gregfrom Denver

Best price, great location

Posted Sep 3, 2014 on Hotels.com
The room was more than adequate on the coal creek side with a bathroom. Furnishings were quaint and the bed comfortably furnished with down comforter. (although, not needed). Overall, a pleasant stay and restful night with sounds of the river flowing outside our window. Definitely recommend this hotel if you don't need luxury accommodations and need a convenient location for all downtown Crested Butte has to offer.
Comment from Hotel Management
Nov 29, 2014 by Dave, Hotel Management
My family is so happy you enjoyed your stay.
4 out of 5
for Everyone
by A verified travelerfrom Colorado Springs

Forest Queen Hotel and restaurant

Posted Sep 2, 2014
Pros: In downtown.
Cons: A bit or deferred maintenance needs to be addressed.
Location: Everything the town has to offer. See above.
Great experience. Right in downtown Crested Butte, just parked the car for 3 days and walked or rode bikes. Close to restaurants and shops and the Labor Day Craft fair on the main street was on. CB is also a mtn. biking mecca and you can ride right from the hotel. The rooms are basic, no fridge, coffee maker, hair dryer but coffee is right downstairs in the restaurant. Excellent food and the patio next to the creek is great. Last time we stayed in a condo at Mt. Crested Butte and then drove to town. (3-4 miles). Too isolated and somewhat sterile, but all the amenities.
Comment from Hotel Management
Mar 28, 2015 by dave, Hotel Management
Staying downtown is the way to go. Please come and see us again
3 out of 5
for Business Travelers
by Michael Higginbothamfrom Grand Jct, CO

One nite stay

Posted Aug 21, 2014 on Hotels.com
Euro styled & well aged. Great location if your focus is Elk Ave & the downtown. Everyone was respectful of the close quarters. Lux can be had in Mt Crested Butte.
2 out of 5
by AMfrom Nashville

Great location but amenities, not so nice.

Posted Aug 11, 2014 on Hotels.com
The location is great. The service is pretty much non-existent. You can have your bed made and receive fresh towels, but there isn't any "cleaning" beyond that. The hotel is old and therefore so are the amenities in the room. If you are looking for an inexpensive place to stay in town, then stay here. If you want some simple luxuries, like a shower that doesn't constantly switch from freezing to scalding, then I would suggest booking a different place to stay.
Comment from Hotel Management
Nov 29, 2014 by Dave, Hotel Management
Thanks for your comments. The shower situation has been remedied as far as steady water temperature. Cleanliness is our top priority. We are a 2 star hotel and guarantee the best rates in Crested Butte. We only offer WIFI, daily bed makeup service and provide fresh towels.
4 out of 5
by Mrs T.from Colorado

Good Location

Posted Jul 25, 2014 on Hotels.com
While the hotel is very old and small, it was comfortable.. We had private bathroom and queen bed. Not a lot of space but adequate for sleeping. Room was clean for the most part but under the bed could have been dusted. There is a very nice patio dining at street level. Owner & restaurant staff were very friendly and accommodating. The hotel is located at the end of the main street so very good location and easy to access. It is located next to a bar so Saturday night we could hear music and people downstairs on the sidewalk until about 2AM but we still were able to sleep through that noise and kept the windows open due to ventilation. Although old, the bed was comfortable and nice sheets & pillows. Prices were good considering the location as most places charge a lot more.
2 out of 5
for Families
by Lori Gfrom Denver, CO

With a little TLC Forest Queen could be great

Posted Jul 16, 2014 on Hotels.com
Positives are that the sheets/towels and bathroom were clean (except for the used bar of soap in the shower left over from previous room occupant, soap scum in the sink soap dish, and dried toothpaste on the bathroom faucet) and the manager was accommodating when we needed an extra hour to checkout. The negatives, there is no designated check in area - we had to grab a waitress from the restaurant located in the hotel and she was pretty clueless about checking in and where to park, the floor of the room was very dirty but when we called to have it cleaned it was, the windows were filthy, the lamp shade grimy, and the carpeted entrance to the hotel was beyond filthy. With a good deep cleaning, some TLC to worn and too dirty to be cleaned areas, and perhaps getting rid of the current cleaning service (seems like a waste of money for the hotel management-whoever is cleaning the room is doing a half-baked job), this could be a really nice, historical hotel. The location is great, right on Elk Avenue, close to shops and restaurants, but that also means that there's noise from the bars until about 2am but we managed that with earplugs. The feeling we got is that the manager puts all his effort/energy into the restaurant, Coal Creek Grill (which we didn't eat at after seeing the not so clean condition of the room). While it's advertised as a budget hotel, that shouldn't mean that cleanliness is sacrificed. Not sure they get many repeat customers.
5 out of 5
by Susan

This traveler left a rating score only Posted Jul 1, 2014 on Hotels.com
4 out of 5
for Getaway With Friends
by Brianfrom New Mexico

All you really need in a hotel

Posted Mar 24, 2014 on Hotels.com
I didn't come to Crested Butte to stay in a fufu spa resort that charges an arm and a leg, I came to shred the gnar. This was the cheapest hotel in the area and gave me exactly what I needed, a bed to pass out on after a multi-day ski trip across CO. It is located right off of Elk St (main st) and even has a bar/restaurant on the first floor if you don't feel like leaving. Downsides were the thin walls and coldish night but a little visit to the bar will fix both of these.