Kremmlings Allington Inn to open in December |

Kremmlings Allington Inn to open in December

KATIE LOOBYklooby@grandcountynews.comGrand County, Colorado

Guests will be able to make reservations at the 46-room Allington Inn in Kremmling, Colorado, by the end of the month, and stay there as soon as the end of December if all goes as planned. Its going to offer more amenities for guests staying in Kremmling, said Chris Allington, Allington Inn regional manager. Our hotel is going to bring a whole new level of guest experience to the area.The more than 20,000-square-foot inn includes two Jacuzzi suites, two family rooms, two handicapped rooms, pool, hot tub and weight room. A double-sided gas fireplace is stationed at the building entrance. The community also will be able to use its conference room, said Allington.Van Gieson & Co. Inc. of Alamosa constructed the building. Last year, workers completed the foundation of the two-story building. The building also includes the second elevator in Kremmling, Allington said. The main floor has a guest bathroom and laundry room. A retail area is also located on the main floor for any business that wants to rent the 13-by-17 foot area. The traditional hotel includes white columns and is our creation of modern elegance, Allington said. The building is at 215 West Central Ave., across from Kremmling Mercantile.The hotel also will offer a deluxe continental breakfast, which includes waffles that guests cook themselves, fresh fruit and fresh juice. Its going to be like a traditional new franchise hotel without having to pay the franchise price, Allington said. The price range of the traditional rooms varies from $89 to $94, while the family and Jacuzzi suites cost about $20 more. The Grand Opening will take place in January.The community will also be able to use the pool, and could provide swimming lessons to children; however hotel employees would not give the lessons.On the hotel Web site guests will find the guaranteed lowest rates, Allington said. For more information e-mail or visit Katie Looby covers government and education for the Sky-Hi Daily News. You may reach her at 887-3334 ext. 19601 or

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