The state-of-the art center will be a world-class destination for health and wellness services by providing programs and treatments in the areas physical fitness, athletic training, nutrition, weight loss, sleep, resilience and quality of life.  Whether the client is a busy executive, weekend warrior or elite athlete, the wellness center will provide customized, evidence-based programs geared to address individual goals.  Clients will work with top trainers, clinicians, physicians and coaches to leverage a better understanding their bodies to redefine personal boundaries and achieve transformational goals.


The Estes Park Wellness Center will create an environment where health and wellness come together to empower people to live happy, healthier lives through fitness, nutrition, resilience and integrative therapies such as massage, acupuncture, and other therapies designed to enhance health and wellbeing.

Set against the back-drop of Rocky Mountain National Park, the Estes Park Wellness Center at the Stanley Hotel will combine the best of Colorado’s tourism, recreation and medical research from the University of Colorado under one roof. This first-of-its-kind facility will integrate 5-star resort hospitality including food, beverage and spa with the latest evidence based health and wellness treatments creating a space where guests leave feeling healthier, happier and stronger than when they first arrive.




09/27/14 EPMC has Contracted Adolfson & Peterson Construction (A&P) to build Estes Park Wellness Center at Stanley Hotel.


12/9/14 View architectural renderings of the proposed EPMC Wellness Center to be built adjacent to the historic Stanley Hotel in Estes Park, Colorado.


Image of Lot 4, the development plot for the future Estes Wellness Center,  facing the The Stanley Hotel (Photo: V. Richard Haro/The Coloradoan)

07/27/14 EPMC selects Denver Based Architecture Firm: Davis Partnership to design Wellness Center Building


7/15/14   Grand Heritage Hotel Group architect Barry Smith completes floor plan renderings for the “Residence” building