We were here for one night , but will definitely stay here again. The staff was friendly and efficient; the room was lovely and clean; and of course the bed was dreamy. Location was convenient to lots of restaurants and there was plenty of shopping nearby. We booked a room with a view of the mountains ...
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!
The hotel is in a nice location and is a reasonable value for the location. The hotel is very clean, and the hotel staff are extremely welcoming and friendly. We liked the outdoor seating areas, the counter bar and the breakfast. There is also a nice brew pub close. Parking out front is useful. The ...
The staff was so friendly and professional but most of all, they were welcoming. The only reason we didn't give a 5 is that Valet parking should be less than $24 a night because we really wanted to tip the staff more because they were so great. However, that ended up costing about $50 a night. Otherwise, ...
We arrived after sundown to a beautiful and welcoming setting. Live music was playing upstairs as I walked in to check in for the night. I was warmly greeted and quickly had keys in my hands. Great set-up in our room, we had the double queens with a kitchen, which was perfect. Everyone was very warm ...
We loved this hotel, the rooms are large and very comfortable. The staff is friendly and helpful. A charming hotel that feels like your personal cabin in the mountains... and walking distance to everything in Nederland. Would highly recommend!
Superb breakfast and quiet rooms. Ours had its own fireplace. The dining room and reception area also had comfortable seating, lighting, and fireplaces in operation during our January stay.
The carpet is a little bit dirty, other things are OK for the lodge in the mountain area. Staff is friendly. Basically, it's OK for the price.
Nice, clean, convenient hotel. Our kids were disappointed with the size of the pool. The pictures online make the pool appear much bigger.
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