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Like the location and rustic feel.

3 miles outside of Boulder downtown - very quiet lodge like atmosphere - not luux, but very suitable. Old kitchen, dont plan on a big cook out, but they must have a grill somewhere. The lobby is real nice, and they serve beer on tap- and other cooler drinks. Open til 10pm. There is a walking/bike trail into Boulder, that is real cool.. follows the creek.. recommended. Im glad we stayed here, and not in town.. but you need to go into town for any food, cafe or restaurants. Desk people are nice and helpful. Certainly a Colorado eco vibe here.

Great location!

Clearly a work in progress. I'm guessing thisolder property was recently puchased and the owners are gradually upgrading it on a shoestring. Not sure where the main lobby pictured is located, but it's not representative of the accommodations. That said the bed was comfortable and the spa tub worked. As previously noted the "deluxe Queen suite" has an oddly placed bunk bed which makes access to the kitchenete area sink difficult. This needs corrected and upgraded to a larger microwave, an apartment sized fridge with an actual freezer and a cook top.

The property is in a beautiful setting in Boulder Canyon. The room itself was cramped and not comfortable it was in need of updating as the furniture was worn out and torn. The bunkbed was crammed in front of the sink which made it difficult to use and the bunkbed itself was very uncomfortable. For $200 a night I would hope to at least have a clean comfortable room.

This was a great place, staff extremely helpful, clean and well maintained property.

Nice place to stay just outside of Boulder, but a little disappointed with my stay. No towel available in the room and nobody in the office until 8AM... luckily I had a towel in my car. Also, no coffee or breakfast available, as I had to leave before the office opened at 8.

We stayed in the lower lodge next to the hostel. This was basically glamping. We had mice running around the room at night chewing into anything left out. No AC, it was really hot if temp was over 75. We chose this place because they served breakfast but they were not due to COVID without letting us know which added several hundred dollars to our week stay and driving through the construction in the canyon to get to town. They could have made “sack breakfasts” with a muffin, piece of fruit, protein bar and let you pick them up the night before. Pool is not heated, which was fine for me but probably to cold for little kids. So is you want expensive glamping this would be great but I would recommend staying in the buildings beyond the office they are a bit more up to date.

Great alternative to a hotel to really get into the Boulder vibe. Cabins were super clean. Kitchenette did not have plates/cups or pans. The front office gave us some ( I felt awkward asking) , but other guests were not aware. They should have those in the kitchens with a checklist and $ if anything is missing.

It's in such a great location and has an excellent vibe. Everyone who works there is laid back and very helpful. Perfect place for a getaway!

It feels a little older and some of the rooms could use some updates. However, the rooms are clean and maintained. This is a nice quiet location just at the base of the mountains. If you want a change of pace, this is a good place to go.

I enjoyed the blue grass band that played at the main lodge.

This was a great get away place. I loved the views you got here so beautiful.

Perfect location to feel Denver. I will definately come back this place.

Great location and great staff!!!! Quiet place!!! Perfect place!!

Four Mile Canyon Drive Boulder CO

Hotel highlights

  • Free WiFi in rooms and public areas
  • Free parking
  • Bar/lounge
  • Concierge services

Boulder Adventure Lodge places you within 3 miles (5 km) of popular attractions like Boulder Public Library and Boulder Theater. This 3-star lodge has 29 guestrooms and offers free in-room WiFi, free self parking, and a spa tub.


Dining

At the end of the day, unwind with a drink at the bar/lounge.


Rooms

Guests can expect free WiFi and 43-inch TVs with cable channels. Beds are dressed in down comforters and bathrooms offer hair dryers and free toiletries. Other standard amenities include patios, refrigerators, and microwaves.


Property features

Guests of Boulder Adventure Lodge enjoy free WiFi in public areas, a spa tub, and a seasonal outdoor pool. If you plan to drive, free parking is available. The 24-hour front desk has multilingual staff ready to assist with luggage storage, concierge services, and securing valuables. Additional amenities include coffee/tea in a common area, free newspapers, and a terrace.

Room options

Standard Room, 2 Queen Beds, Kitchen

2 Queen Beds | Sleeps 4

Standard Room, 1 Queen Bed, Kitchenette

1 Queen Bed | Sleeps 2

Basic Shared Dormitory, Mixed Dorm

1 Twin Bed | Sleeps 1

Suite, 1 Queen Bed with Sofa bed

1 Queen Bed and 1 Double Sofa Bed | Sleeps 4

Guest reviews for Boulder Adventure Lodge

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Family

Like the location and rustic feel.

By , from Green Bay on Sep 14, 2022

5
Everyone

3 miles outside of Boulder downtown - very quiet lodge like atmosphere - not luux, but very suitable. Old kitchen, dont plan on a big cook out, but they must have a grill somewhere. The lobby is real nice, and they serve beer on tap- and other cooler drinks. Open til 10pm. There is a walking/bike trail into Boulder, that is real cool.. follows the creek.. recommended. Im glad we stayed here, and not in town.. but you need to go into town for any food, cafe or restaurants. Desk people are nice and helpful. Certainly a Colorado eco vibe here.

By , from Poughkeepsie on Jul 10, 2022

5
Everyone

Great location!

By on Jul 6, 2022

Review comment responded on Jul 6, 2022

Emma! Thanks for the awesome review! We hope to see you next time you come through town!

2
Everyone

By on Jun 8, 2022

5
Everyone

By on Feb 12, 2022

4
Everyone

Clearly a work in progress. I'm guessing thisolder property was recently puchased and the owners are gradually upgrading it on a shoestring. Not sure where the main lobby pictured is located, but it's not representative of the accommodations. That said the bed was comfortable and the spa tub worked. As previously noted the "deluxe Queen suite" has an oddly placed bunk bed which makes access to the kitchenete area sink difficult. This needs corrected and upgraded to a larger microwave, an apartment sized fridge with an actual freezer and a cook top.

By on Feb 7, 2022

Review comment responded on Feb 11, 2022

Thanks for the review, Robert!

3
Everyone

The property is in a beautiful setting in Boulder Canyon. The room itself was cramped and not comfortable it was in need of updating as the furniture was worn out and torn. The bunkbed was crammed in front of the sink which made it difficult to use and the bunkbed itself was very uncomfortable. For $200 a night I would hope to at least have a clean comfortable room.

By on Aug 15, 2021

Review comment responded on Aug 26, 2021

Thank you

5
Family

This was a great place, staff extremely helpful, clean and well maintained property.

By , from Iowa on Sep 30, 2020

Review comment responded on Sep 30, 2020

Thanks so much for the review, Tami! We're really happy to hear you enjoyed your stay!

3
Everyone

Nice place to stay just outside of Boulder, but a little disappointed with my stay. No towel available in the room and nobody in the office until 8AM... luckily I had a towel in my car. Also, no coffee or breakfast available, as I had to leave before the office opened at 8.

By on Aug 27, 2020

Review comment responded on Aug 27, 2020

Thanks for the review!

3
Family

We stayed in the lower lodge next to the hostel. This was basically glamping. We had mice running around the room at night chewing into anything left out. No AC, it was really hot if temp was over 75. We chose this place because they served breakfast but they were not due to COVID without letting us know which added several hundred dollars to our week stay and driving through the construction in the canyon to get to town. They could have made “sack breakfasts” with a muffin, piece of fruit, protein bar and let you pick them up the night before. Pool is not heated, which was fine for me but probably to cold for little kids. So is you want expensive glamping this would be great but I would recommend staying in the buildings beyond the office they are a bit more up to date.

By , from Seattle on Jul 27, 2020

Review comment responded on Aug 12, 2020

Thanks for the review!

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