Twin Lakes, CO

Our History

Built in 1879 by Maggie Webber, our property has been a stage stop, a hotel, even a brothel. People from all over the world have stopped, dined and stayed here. Locals and visitors alike celebrated our re-opening in 2013.


Renewed And Ready

The Twin Lakes Inn has been fully renovated while also preserving much of the historic charm. Come see it for yourself next time you're visiting Lake County or on your way to Aspen via Hwy 82.

Get Outside

Twin Lakes Village may be among the best kept secrets in Colorado. Here, at the foot of Mt Elbert, Colorado's tallest 14,000-foot peak, you'll also find the largest glaciated lakes in Colorado. The Colorado Trail goes right through Twin Lakes. The Continental Divide Trail is nearby, too. Hiking, biking, camping, fishing, canoeing and many more outdoor adventures await you.

Peak season in Twin Lakes generally starts about Memorial Day, when Independence Pass opens, and lasts into the Fall when nature treats us to the brilliant green-to-gold turn of the Aspen leaves. With events such as the Leadville Trail 100 races and Boom Days, our busiest months are always July and August. It pays to make reservations well in advance.

At Your Service

about The Twin Lakes Inn

The proprietors and staff of The Twin Lakes Inn want you to enjoy your stay with us. Whether you're an overnight guest in one of our completely renovated rooms, are having a meal in our full-service restaurant, or having a drink with friends in at our well-stocked bar, we'll treat you to authentic Western hospitality.  Open every year from mid May until late October. Contact us to book private functions at other times.