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Millennium Harvest House Boulder

3.0 out of 5.0

Recent guest reviews

Overall, the room, hallways, and elevators were in very shabby shape. The elevators were extraordinarily loud and lurched at stops, and none of the multiple elevators I took over the few days-stay had buttons that would light up when pushed. The bathroom in my room was *definitely* not cleaned after the last guest and the toilet seat was very stained and was in need of desperate replacement. And, besides lots of stains on the carpet and very scuffed walls, the outlets were all very loose in the room.

Great location. Nice friendly staff too. Fresh baked cookies on our arrival. Room was comfortable and a nice size. Plenty of parking too. Good complimentary coffee every morning too in the lobby. Thanks for a pleasant stay in Boulder!

Great location right next to the University. Easy walking distance to the campus, eateries, and a gricery store. The hotel itself has seen better days, it's a little run down. That said, the beds are comfortable and the price is cheap.

I stayed at Millennium Harvest House for 10 nights. There was no hot water for three nights and no heating for one night when outside temperature was at 10s Fahrenheit. The management of the hotel is not at the state to offer customs pleasant experience of staying.

Comfortable and quiet. Our first room did not unlock, but the staff gave us a second room which was fine.Comfortable bedding and an oversized armchair make the room pleasant to be in.

Over the last 40 years, I've stayed at the Harvest House a few times. It's struggled to stay contemporary and it shows. No outlets near the bed, minimum $5 to use business center, heavily painted walls, in-house car rental has gone, empty bar and restaurant. Good for the price, No longer a Boulder Icon.

The hotel is on great position to shopping, eating, and taking bus.

The bed was VERY HARD, and it was difficult to sleep. The furnace/air conditioner sounded like a freight train which made the situation worse. There was a clump of hair in the bathtub when I arrived in the room. The room service was too expensive for the quality of food - I am not going to pay a fee for room service. All of this being said, the staff was great, and the location was great - located right next to a Safeway and a block from food and amenities, right next to the Boulder Creek trail. If a plush bed isn't your #1 priority or you want a cheaper hotel, then this would be a good choice. If you want a resort and impeccable service, then I would find a different hotel.

Older, needs makeover. It was convenient because we went to the University for a concert. So it was great not to have to drive. But the room was barely comfortable.

Very noisy air conditioner, no free breakfast, dirty carpets, not worth the price.

This place is disgusting. Dirty rooms.. our room had a bandaid on the bathroom counter when we arrived. light fixtures hanging ripped out of the wall in hallways. This place is a dump with no pride of ownership.

The staff was really nice and fast! The breakfast was amazing :)

The hotel building was very old and outdated although it looked that the room was remodel recently. Our daughter was looking forward to playing in the pools and hot tub that we saw on the webpage but they were closed down without any explanations. (We stayed at the hotel in August, so the weather should not have been an issue.) They gave us free tickets to city pools, which was nice, but it was a big disappointment that we didn't have an option to relax at the hotel. There were also many issues with room cleaning service. They never refilled coffee/tea pods during the entire one week stay and often forgot to leave new towels, shampoo, conditioners, etc. Some towels looked dirty (stained or had grayish color), had rugged edges, and smelled like garbage can. The hotel was in a convenient location and we enjoyed the view of the Flatirons from our window but we do not wish to stay there again.

The hotels two pools were out of commission, only buffet breakfast no alacart, plumbing problems, filthy sheets Too many more problems to memtion

Just a decent hotel in a good location in Boulder. If you are an experienced, professional traveler this may be below standards. If you just need a reasonably priced place to crash, it's definitely adequate. The hotel staff is extremely friendly, but the room I stayed in was outdated. The carpets in the common hallway showed lots of stains. The room itself was clean and the beds were comfortable. But it could use a makeover of carpets, ceilings (popcorn), tile, etc. The shower was strong, but the fan didn't work too well. The toilet stopped filling with water at one point which was very strange since we didn't go near the valve. Still, everything was ok, just not great.

Room was very nice, but hotel itself is so so. Breakfast buffet was absolutely terrible and quite expensive (16$/person) for the quality and service we got. There was no one to help us from the start: no silverware, bowls, napkins, or coffee were at place and when we asked for help attendant just ignored us. A lot of tables were filled with dirty plates. A quality of food was awful as well. If breakfast is not included in your bill get it somewhere else

No info about construction prior to booking. No pool, no hot tub, no elevator.

Nice room but a little worn. Would return. Staff very accomodating.

The breakfast not up to par and pricey; that's it !

Our room was far away in the Northwest. No interaction with the lobby etc after check in

1345 28th St Boulder CO

Hotel highlights

  • Close to Folsom Field and University of Colorado-Boulder
  • Free WiFi in public areas
  • Free parking
  • Onsite dining

Millennium Harvest House Boulder places you within a mile (2 km) of popular attractions like Folsom Field and University of Colorado-Boulder. This 3-star hotel has 269 rooms and welcomes guests with 2 restaurants, a 24-hour fitness center, and free self parking. It's in central Boulder and also close to Chautauqua Park and National Center for Atmospheric Research.


Dining

Enjoy dining at Thyme on the Creek, one of 2 onsite restaurants. Savor a meal from the comfort of your room with room service, or entertain your taste buds with a beverage at the bar/lounge or coffee shop/café. For your convenience, a buffet breakfast is served for a fee each morning from 6:30 AM to 10:30 AM.


Rooms

All of Millennium Harvest House Boulder's 269 rooms are air-conditioned and have an array of amenities, including MP3 docks, coffee makers, and free newspapers. Guests can expect WiFi, wired Internet, and TVs with cable channels. Bathrooms offer hair dryers and free toiletries. Free local calls, ironing boards, and desks are also available.


Property features

Guests of Millennium Harvest House Boulder enjoy a 24-hour fitness center, free WiFi in public areas, and 18 meeting rooms. If you plan to drive, free parking is available. The 24-hour front desk has staff standing by to help with dry cleaning/laundry, concierge services, and securing valuables. Additional amenities include conference space, a 24-hour business center, and express check-out.

Room options

Superior Room, 1 King Bed, Garden View

King 1 | Sleeps 2

Standard Room, 2 Double Beds

Full 2 | Sleeps 4

Standard Room, 1 King Bed, Garden View

King 1 | Sleeps 3

Standard Room, 2 Double Beds, Garden View

Full 2 | Sleeps 4

Guest reviews for Millennium Harvest House Boulder

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2
Everyone

Overall, the room, hallways, and elevators were in very shabby shape. The elevators were extraordinarily loud and lurched at stops, and none of the multiple elevators I took over the few days-stay had buttons that would light up when pushed. The bathroom in my room was *definitely* not cleaned after the last guest and the toilet seat was very stained and was in need of desperate replacement. And, besides lots of stains on the carpet and very scuffed walls, the outlets were all very loose in the room.

By on May 18, 2018

Review comment responded on May 19, 2018

Thank you for your input, we will hard to solve the issue you experienced.

4
Everyone

Great location. Nice friendly staff too. Fresh baked cookies on our arrival. Room was comfortable and a nice size. Plenty of parking too. Good complimentary coffee every morning too in the lobby. Thanks for a pleasant stay in Boulder!

By on May 13, 2018

Review comment responded on May 14, 2018

Thank you very much for your review, hope to see you again in the future!

3

close but dingy

Everyone

Great location right next to the University. Easy walking distance to the campus, eateries, and a gricery store. The hotel itself has seen better days, it's a little run down. That said, the beds are comfortable and the price is cheap.

By on Apr 9, 2018

Review comment responded on Apr 11, 2018

We appreciate your positive feedback. We will use this and work with our team to make improvements. Thank you!

2

run-down hotel with troubles

Everyone

I stayed at Millennium Harvest House for 10 nights. There was no hot water for three nights and no heating for one night when outside temperature was at 10s Fahrenheit. The management of the hotel is not at the state to offer customs pleasant experience of staying.

By on Feb 20, 2018

Review comment responded on Feb 22, 2018

We apologize for the issues you experienced while staying with us. We will be working with our maintenance department to ensure these issues don't occur again. We appreciate your feedback. Thank you.

5

great location at a discount

Everyone

Comfortable and quiet. Our first room did not unlock, but the staff gave us a second room which was fine.Comfortable bedding and an oversized armchair make the room pleasant to be in.

By , from Colorado on Feb 6, 2018

Review comment responded on Feb 11, 2018

Thank you Ed! We just completed putting on all new door locks. We appreciate your patience while this was occurring.

3

showing it's age

Everyone

Over the last 40 years, I've stayed at the Harvest House a few times. It's struggled to stay contemporary and it shows. No outlets near the bed, minimum $5 to use business center, heavily painted walls, in-house car rental has gone, empty bar and restaurant. Good for the price, No longer a Boulder Icon.

By on Dec 30, 2017

Review comment responded on Jan 16, 2018

We appreciate your feedback. We are hoping to update our property in the near future and will be making changes along the way. Thank you for your honesty.

5
Everyone

The hotel is on great position to shopping, eating, and taking bus.

By on Oct 29, 2017

2
Everyone

The bed was VERY HARD, and it was difficult to sleep. The furnace/air conditioner sounded like a freight train which made the situation worse. There was a clump of hair in the bathtub when I arrived in the room. The room service was too expensive for the quality of food - I am not going to pay a fee for room service. All of this being said, the staff was great, and the location was great - located right next to a Safeway and a block from food and amenities, right next to the Boulder Creek trail. If a plush bed isn't your #1 priority or you want a cheaper hotel, then this would be a good choice. If you want a resort and impeccable service, then I would find a different hotel.

By on Oct 16, 2017

3
Everyone

Older, needs makeover. It was convenient because we went to the University for a concert. So it was great not to have to drive. But the room was barely comfortable.

By , from Alameda, california on Sep 17, 2017

3

hotel needs updating.

Everyone

Very noisy air conditioner, no free breakfast, dirty carpets, not worth the price.

By on Sep 14, 2017