1865 Woodmoor Drive
Monument, CO 80132
Management Team and Artists:
Owner, Gary Oakley. Second Generation Colorado Native, photographer and all around good person. see his welcome letter below.
General Manager, Jane Crabb.
25 years in Hospitality! Jane comes to us from her most recent employment at the Wildwood Casino in Cripple Creek where she worked for 3.5 years. In late March of 2014, Jane was nominated for the Tri-Lakes Business Person of the Year! Congratulations Jane!!!
Represented Artists at Sundance Mountain Lodge:
We an thank a student of Frank Lloyd Wright for designing hotel in the 70's.
Pat Musick: Sundance Map, Posters, Room Numbers, Mural at front desk. musickstudio.com
Rich Vossler: Wooden stars. 12dime.com
Sandy Sextro: faux painting and textures in ballroom, furniture. justfinishes.com
Bill Cody: Hand Made Gazebo. Yes, the great, great grand nephew of Bill! Log Rhythms, Estes Park
Tom Damp: Wood Tables from Recycled Stairs, Bridal Suite Bed. rusticwoodcreations.com
TJP Enterprises: Water Feature and waterfalls. TJP Enterprises
Paul Deberjeois: Color photos in Oakley's. colorbandit.com
Gary Oakley: Nature details in guest rooms and lobby, horses in lobby. oakleyphotography.com
Tim Kobelson: Glass etching in entry. Rhamas Painting.
TIm Avila: Slate Tile in lobby and guest rooms. A Restoration, Colorado Springs.
Bjarne Moberg: Arrowhead property signs, horseshoe pits.
Sam Wofford: Tile in Guest Rooms. Colorado Springs, Colorado
Matt Duffy: Entry Logs and Oakley's entry. Cutting Edge Log Homes
Dara Mattingly: Interior design, color design. Cascade, Colorado
Mary Sue Hafey: Interior design ideas. fringe benefits custom interiors, Monument, Colorado
Paul Whitfield: Motel Imagery in Bistro, Monument, Colorado
Chad Mattingly: Guest Room Painting. cadwick designs Colorado Springs, Colorado
Vince Perry: Painting, ideas and general artistry. Colorado Springs, Colorado
Mitch Mcdonnel: Glass Lights and Sconces. Colorado Springs, Colorado
Bob Pennick: a darn good electrician with lots of lighting input. PZElectric, Cascade, Colorado
A Letter from Gary Oakley, Owner
Welcome to Sundance Mountain Lodge and thank you for coming.
Born and raised in Colorado, my goal with Sundance was to create a unique, artsy, Colorado hotel experience. And after a couple of years renovating, here we are! We have mature trees, nice views, waterfalls, log bridges, duck pond, walking paths, tipis, artwork and balconies. We are easier to get to and less expensive than the mountain resorts with much of the same beauty and atmosphere.
And like Coloradoans we are:
-Green: Logs are from beetle or fire kill, carpet is recycled, lights are low energy etc..
-Pet-friendly: We have walking paths, pet rooms and pet packages!
-Artsy: We have lots of local art including my photography (Horses in lobby and Colorado Nature details in guest rooms. See list on our website).
-Warm: Our staff is incredibly accommodating. Long-term guests regularly ask me if they can give thank you gifts to our staff! I say yes, and thanks!
-Unique: This is obviously not a typical chain hotel where the interest and atmosphere have been diluted and homogenized.
So please enjoy… and while you are at it: walk around the pond, catch a glimpse of Sundance Mountain (our namesake, just to your left as you leave the lobby), feed the ducks (food at front desk), shoot some hoops, book a social gathering (but do it soon, our event facility is booking events a year out!), go to Oakley's for Food, spirits and entertainment, play horseshoes, watch the sunset, sit on the cool couches in the Bistro and play board games! Relax.
Please send me your comments: firstname.lastname@example.org
Thanks again for coming.
Gary Oakley, Owner