Nov 7 - Nov 8
Lobby and facilities were nice. Good breakfast. Quiet at night.
Nov 3 - Nov 4
Front desk staff was great with my daughter. After a long car trip they gave her candy and made her smile!
Oct 29 - Oct 30
Very comfortable, professional staff, clean and over all a good stay.
Nov 1 - Nov 2
Friendly staff with nice lobby and it is easy to park with easy access form I 25
Oct 20 - Oct 21
The staff were friendly and helpful the entire time we were there. Our room was clean and comfortable. Breakfast was nice, my daughter liked that every day they did something extra for waffles.
Oct 19 - Oct 20
Comfortable, good location, clean and bright, inviting lobby.
Oct 27 - Oct 28
Great location close to CSU and very friendly staff.
Oct 25 - Oct 26
Pretty typical Travelodge, nothing great, nothing terrible.
Oct 14 - Oct 15
It’s was right in the middle of everything, lots of restaurants, a Cinemax and it was clean and the gentleman working that night was very helpful with everything we need. I would stay there again.
Home to Colorado State University, Fort Collins is a big student town in Northern Colorado that happens to produce over 70 percent of the craft beer brewed in the state. The town attracts with a beautiful historical center that includes specialty shops, great restaurants, and a vintage trolley to get around town with ease. Top attractions in Fort Collins include The Fort Collins Museum of Discovery as well as th great outdoor trails, including Horsetooth Mountain Open Space and Horsetooth Falls.
Most large meetings and conventions in Fort Collins take place at the Lory Students Center at the university so it is best to stay at one the hotels near Colorado State University if you are in town for business.
Beer lovers of the world rejoice can as Fort Collins has over 20 craft breweries to visit and all delight with their own unique style. In case you want to do a brewery tour, staying close to one of the unique local breweries will make your vacation a lot more enjoyable. After all, there are lots of great hotels located close to the Odell Brewing Company, which offers nightly live music, on-site food trucks, and daily tours of the Anheuser Busch Brewery.
Tourists visiting friends or family in Colorado State University, or anyone who wishing to stay in a young and vibrant part of town, can pick one of the hotels situated nearby Colorado State University, which is located at the base of the southern Rocky Mountains in Fort Collins.
History buffs travelling to Fort Collins might be interested in visiting the small but interesting Loveland Museum to learn about the history of the region and to check out some diverse art exhibits. There is a selection of Loveland Museum hotels to be had, so you do not have to travel to far to get there.
There are 108 3 star hotels in Fort Collins to choose from, with amenities including free airport shuttles, free WiFi, and daily newspapers. For a more glamorous alternative, consider the five 4 star hotels in Fort Collins. Amenities at these beautiful properties include free cooked-to-order breakfasts, daily newspapers, free parking, 24 hour fitness centers, and central locations within Fort Collins.
Should you be visiting Fort Collins on business for a meeting or conference, there are 39 business hotels in Fort Collins with central locations and conference facilities for you to make your pick. Bringing your four-legged friend to Fort Collins? Choose from one of 34 pet-friendly hotels that will welcome your furry friend with open arms.
There are two main airports close to Fort Collins. The largest is Denver International Airport, while the smaller, local one is the Cheyenne Regional Airport perfect for spending a night if you are arriving very late or departing early.