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Overall good hotel but NOISY
Sep 19th, 2020
I love the location of this hotel to the Campus as well as being in the center of Boulder. I have stayed here in the past and enjoyed the service and amenities. The snack and food in the lobby area were great as well. This visit I was often disturbed by noise in the hallways and rooms next door. Every time a door shut in the hallway it made a loud noise and shook my room. The noise was so bad I almost called the front desk.. I could hear entire conversations from other guests in the hallway and room next door. I even knew the names of the two children staying next to me who are strangers to me! Yikes! With exception to the noise, my stay was perfectly fine. As a Titanium Elite member of Bonvoy, I am loyal to the brand, however, since the noise was so disruptive to me and my stay there, I will choose the Residence Inn next door for my next trip to Boulder. TRIPADVISOR.COM USER
Modern rooms, Ok Location
Sep 11th, 2020
The location of this hotel is about a 20 minute walk to Pearl Street and the parking is $20 at the hotel. The rooms themselves were nice and modern however we had a bad experience when cigarette smoke started wafting into our room around 8pm and the hotel could not figure out where it was coming from. Luckily, they moved us to another room but it was very weird they couldn’t figure out where the smoke was coming from. TRIPADVISOR.COM USER
Sep 1st, 2020
Was only here for three nights as I was dropping my son off for college.Nice hotel but no restaurant was open- if you wanted anything you had to order in. They do have a little shop with drinks and snacks. During Covid times I understand for the safety of everyone to not have housekeeping but for the price I paid $500 per night was a little to much and they should of lowered the price. Also no recognition of Gold Status. I could of stayed at a days in for 100 per night . Room was clean and large. Just the price! TRIPADVISOR.COM USER
Enjoyed our one-night stay
Aug 14th, 2020
We stayed here for one night on our way back from Estes Park so we would be a bit closer to the airport for our flight home the next day. We were so impressed with our room and how modern it was. There were plenty of outlets by the bed on either side, the room felt sleek and new and the bed was so soft and comfortable. The staff was very professional. As far as location goes, we didn't really need to leave the hotel once we checked in, but it seemed like there were some restaurant options close by although this hotel is not necessarily within a reasonable distance to the Pearl Street Mall (which we visited before driving to our hotel). I did not give 5 stars because the $20 parking fee was a bit annoying and it also would have been nice if a breakfast was offered. Still, we enjoyed this hotel and would stay here again. TRIPADVISOR.COM USER
Great Hotel, Somewhat Centrally Located
Jul 14th, 2020
We stayed here for an event at the University of Colorado. The location is ok. It's not central to the school or to the Pearl Street Mall area (the outdoor walking mall where a lot of the restaurants and nightlife is located). If you're mobile and don't mind walking for 15 or 20 minutes, it's not too far away from either, but if you want a hotel that is right downtown, you'll want to look at either the Hotel Boulderado, or the St Julien. This hotel is located right across the street from a less popular outdoor mall, called the 29th street mall. There are a lot of "fast casual" restaurants over there (Chipotle, Smashburger, Noodles and Company etc), but no bars or nightlife and the mall isn't really a "walking" mall, it's really just stores that are outside (an Apple store, a Sephora, a Lululemon etc). The University is not in close walking distance either. It's about a mile and a half away. Again, if you're mobile, not a big deal, but don't book this hotel thinking you're a block or two away from the stadium, because you're not, though lots of people park at the 29th street mall and walk to football games, so it's not far away, just not right next to it. Location is why I gave this hotel 4 stars instead of 5. It's a nice hotel, but you have to walk a bit of a distance to get to the places most people want to be in Boulder. The rooms are nice, they're large with a lot of space for suitcases without them being in your way, plenty of comfortable seating, and lots of counter space for working on computers. There is a door to a "balcony." We could open the door, but there was no balcony to step out onto, and if you have small child, their leg could fit in the opening between the safety railing and the the room. I don't know if the door was supposed to open, but a small child could definitely fall halfway through (probably wouldn't fall all the way to the ground, but definitely a safety hazard). The bathroom was nice but the lighting sucks (it's that yellow lighting that makes your skin look dead and makes it hard to put on makeup). The sinks are also very shallow. I kept thinking ours was filling up with water, but it was just the reflection of the lights on a very shallow sink (the depth was the length of my pointer finger). That makes it hard to keep your face rags from touching the bottom of the dirty sink when you're trying to rinse them out. The pool is small but indoors which is good for wintertime. Parking isn't free, so if you drive here and don't want to pay $25/night to park, you can park for free at the mall across the street. There's also a few bus stops nearby, but the bus system in Boulder isn't great and it's not cheap (it costs around $4 to ride the bus). It's cheaper (and faster) to take an Uber. TRIPADVISOR.COM USER
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