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Inn at SilverCreek

3.0 out of 5.0

Recent guest reviews

Stayed here for weeks. Each time we were less impressed.

We were there for a wedding so we were in a bunch of rooms. The showers in the rooms had a lot of water damage. Our room specifically has a faucet in the tub that was next to impossible to operate. There is no air conditioning however there is a significant drop in temperature so you don't need it. The front desk people were not very friendly.

The Silver Creek Inn is a very large, three-story property in Fraser, Colorado. The property is aging rapidly. As of July 19, 2017, the drive-up entrance to the main desk is inaccessible due to construction which has stalled.

Originally booked room for one night, then needed to add a second night. Could not modify reservation and had to make a second new reservation. Had to check out after the first night by 10AM, could not check back in until 4PM since the room had to change.

Check-in was good and the public areas of the hotel were attractive. Pool and hot tubs looked inviting and entire facility looked clean. Room was small, but adequate for two, and had a nice deck. Bath fixtures were older but OK (did not try jacuzzi tub in room). We were told that the entire facility was not air conditioned after checking in, but that the evenings were cool enough to compensate. The room did cool down, but not until after 10pm (this was late July). Without the noise of any fan, the room was noisy until late (our wing/floor also housed a teenage church group).

VERY RUNDOWN AND OUTDATED STAFF WAS RUDE WHEN WE CHECKED IN NOT WILLING TO SPEND MONEY ON BOX FANS FOR HOT ROOMS

If you like golf, there are two courses next door. The hotel is OK, but a little dated. Very nice pool and hot tub, but avoid the west side-the parking lot lights shine In your room and warm in the summer as there is no AC.

Couldn't check in until 1 hour past the 3pm checkin time because they hadn't inspected the cleaning yet. Lounge doesn't open until the 3pm checkin time, so don't go early expecting to checkin, there isn't thing to do. The heat was blazing making the common area so hot, you had to go outside. Murphy bed had a huge sink hole in it. Old spring mattress was so uncomfortable. The bathroom hadn't been updated since the place was built. Water damage and mold everywhere. (room 206) contacted the hotel about our stay, email two different departments and haven't heard a word back from them! DONT STAY HERE.

We had a wonderful time at the Inn at Silvercreek!

Curtis at the front desk was fantastic!! If you had a question Curtis could answer it and he knew all the activities of the surrounding area. Room was very nice and stay was very quite, I will go again and again!!

Although the facility is older, the room was in great shape-very clean and the kitchenette was convenient to use. The pool and hot tub were also first rate. Although Granby doesn't have many attractions, the two nearby golf courses are excellent and very affordable.

My stay was just that mediocre mediocre in in beautiful mountains with a location or Winter Park is a ways away if you're attending any events

This hotel is quite dated. Nothing has been done since it was erected in the 80's. The pool and hot tubs are great!

We ski at winter park every weekend and stayed at this hotel because the other hotels in WP were too expensive. Well, you definitely get what you pay for. This hotel is really nice looking on the outside, a big and long driveway, and it is a huge hotel. There is also a restaurant at the hotel, inexpensive and decent diner-type food (burgers, grilled cheese, pizza) and the wait staff are quite nice. But that's where the compliments end. The room was super tiny and dirty and . . . old. I was glad I brought slippers because I didn't want to touch the carpeting. It looked as though it had not had new carpeting in over a decade, maybe two decades. The comforter on the bed also looked like the original one - from decades ago. The room was so tiny that there was no place (no surface area) to put our 2nd bag (btw, the only other place to put a suitcase, other than the bed, is in the closet - there is a wooden shelf in the closet for 1 small-ish bag). There was a small table (maybe this was supposed to be a desk?) and after I finished up working for the night, I put our suitcase on this table. For those of you looking to ski at Winter Park - this hotel is not close. It will take you 30 minutes with only moderate traffic. I will never stay at this hotel again.

The hotel was great for our family ski trip. Very close to mountain with great amenities for the kids. They love the arcade, pool, and spas. The room was clean and decent for the price.

Older resort, but has lots to do. Very family oriented.

Our family has been coming to this hotel since it was built. It may be old but it is designed for children as well as adults. The pool and the hot tubs were clean and so was the fitness room. We like to cook our own food in the kitchenettes so I don't know much about the on premises restaurants. Lots of commercial/residential growth around the area makes it even more convenient than it was. Staff was helpful. The only thing we did not like was the bedding was worn out and was uncomfortable in this particular room. However this is the first time comfort was an issue. There are not many stores in town, however, we did not have a problem finding great gifts to finish up the Christmas shopping, all at a great price.

This was not listed as a ski lodge, but three hot tubs should have been a clue. It was in an isolated area with restaurants available there and another ski lodge. Except for the coffee pot that leaked, room was cute and cozy. Our stay was complicated by cold rainy weather which put a damper on things. Winter Park would have had more to do, but at a higher price.

Great hotel for the money. The stuffed animals in the lobby were awesome.

Not much to this property - might be ok for skiing but not for us on this trip. 400 level rooms are on the ground floor - so get 500 level. Rooms do not have air conditioning -

62927 US Highway 40 Granby CO

Hotel highlights

  • Free WiFi in rooms and public areas
  • Free parking
  • Onsite dining
  • Outdoor pool and indoor pool

Located in Silvercreek, Inn at SilverCreek is 2.5 mi (4 km) from Granby Library and within a 10-minute drive of Pole Creek Golf Club. This 313-room, 3-star hotel welcomes guests with a restaurant, an outdoor pool, and an indoor pool. In the mountains, the hotel is also within a 30-minute drive of Winter Park Ski Resort.


Dining

Explore the hotel and meet new friends over drinks at the bar/lounge, or enjoy a bite to eat at the onsite restaurant.


Rooms

All 313 rooms feature balconies or patios, coffee makers, and ironing boards. Guests can enjoy cable TV and stay connected with free WiFi. Bathrooms have hair dryers and free toiletries.


Property features

Inn at SilverCreek features an indoor pool, an outdoor pool, and a fitness center. If you plan to drive, free parking is available. The 24-hour front desk has staff standing by to help secure valuables, and answer any questions about the accommodations. Additional amenities include 2 spa tubs, a sauna, and outdoor tennis courts.

Room options

Studio (Unit)

Twin 1 | Full 1 | Sleeps 4

Studio (Loft with King)

King 1 | Queen 1 | Sleeps 6

Guest reviews for Inn at SilverCreek

Everyone (7) Couples (11) Business (1) Family (8) Friends (2) Other (3)
3

close to job site.

Everyone

Stayed here for weeks. Each time we were less impressed.

By on Oct 11, 2017

4
Everyone

We were there for a wedding so we were in a bunch of rooms. The showers in the rooms had a lot of water damage. Our room specifically has a faucet in the tub that was next to impossible to operate. There is no air conditioning however there is a significant drop in temperature so you don't need it. The front desk people were not very friendly.

By on Aug 17, 2017

4

pleasant but overpriced stay near grand lake

Everyone

The Silver Creek Inn is a very large, three-story property in Fraser, Colorado. The property is aging rapidly. As of July 19, 2017, the drive-up entrance to the main desk is inaccessible due to construction which has stalled.

By on Jul 19, 2017

2

reservation system is awful

Everyone

Originally booked room for one night, then needed to add a second night. Could not modify reservation and had to make a second new reservation. Had to check out after the first night by 10AM, could not check back in until 4PM since the room had to change.

By on Jul 5, 2017

3

no air conditioning

Families

Check-in was good and the public areas of the hotel were attractive. Pool and hot tubs looked inviting and entire facility looked clean. Room was small, but adequate for two, and had a nice deck. Bath fixtures were older but OK (did not try jacuzzi tub in room). We were told that the entire facility was not air conditioned after checking in, but that the evenings were cool enough to compensate. The room did cool down, but not until after 10pm (this was late July). Without the noise of any fan, the room was noisy until late (our wing/floor also housed a teenage church group).

By , from Alabama on Aug 3, 2016

1

do not stay here under any circumstances

Everyone

VERY RUNDOWN AND OUTDATED STAFF WAS RUDE WHEN WE CHECKED IN NOT WILLING TO SPEND MONEY ON BOX FANS FOR HOT ROOMS

By , from Eaton Colorado on Jul 26, 2016

3

golf trip

Everyone

If you like golf, there are two courses next door. The hotel is OK, but a little dated. Very nice pool and hot tub, but avoid the west side-the parking lot lights shine In your room and warm in the summer as there is no AC.

By , from Centennial on Jul 19, 2016

1

they just don't care!

Everyone

Couldn't check in until 1 hour past the 3pm checkin time because they hadn't inspected the cleaning yet. Lounge doesn't open until the 3pm checkin time, so don't go early expecting to checkin, there isn't thing to do. The heat was blazing making the common area so hot, you had to go outside. Murphy bed had a huge sink hole in it. Old spring mattress was so uncomfortable. The bathroom hadn't been updated since the place was built. Water damage and mold everywhere. (room 206) contacted the hotel about our stay, email two different departments and haven't heard a word back from them! DONT STAY HERE.

By , from Colorado Springs on Mar 22, 2016

5

great mountain town getaway!

GetawayWithFriends

We had a wonderful time at the Inn at Silvercreek!

By on Nov 16, 2015

5

great stay

Singles

Curtis at the front desk was fantastic!! If you had a question Curtis could answer it and he knew all the activities of the surrounding area. Room was very nice and stay was very quite, I will go again and again!!

By on Sep 24, 2015