Ratings based on 1,109 Verified Reviews

They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
3.3 out of 5
77% of guests recommend
3.7 Room cleanliness
3.4 Service & staff
3.4 Room comfort
3.3 Hotel condition
Expedia Verified Reviews
They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
3out of 5
by A verified traveller

Simply adequate

Posted 12-Jul-2016
Pros: Frig' and microwave in the room. Close to shopping, restaurants and the venue where I was attending a conference.
Location: Outlet stores, restaurants, lake, conference center.
Clean, nothing fancy but adequate accommodations. Friendly, attentive staff. Close to multiple restaurants, shopping areas. The continental breakfast is very spare but I brought my own food ('frig and microwave in the room). I'd stay there again.
1out of 5
by A verified traveller

Posted 30-Jun-2016
I would never stay here again, and would highly advise staying somewhere else. The guests at this particular location were very shady. Do yourself a favor and spend more on your hotel stay else where.
4out of 5
by A verified traveller from Northern Colorado

Decent accommodations for the price.

Posted 22-Apr-2016
Pros: The bed was very comfortable and seemed relatively new.
Cons: Sound insulation, can hear sounds, talking from adjacent rooms. Continental breakfast not very impressive, but will do in a pinch.
Location: Plenty to do - it's Summit County.
Stayed two nights during a ski weekend. Had a late check in the first night but no problem. There are a couple stairways leading to the second floor, with about 20 steps each, but no elevator.
3out of 5
by A verified traveller

Okay place to sleep.

Posted 20-Apr-2016
Pros: Decent price, location, quiet.
Cons: Needs upgrading, better food options, flip the mattresses on a regular basis.
Location: Close to shopping, highway.
I spent 6 nights here recently. The mattress on the bed was in serious need of flipping. The side most people sleep on (next to the light, clock, etc.) was quite saggy, but the other side was nicely firm. Flip the mattress, people!! Breakfast was a bit sad (cereal, instant oatmeal, watered-down juice, etc.), and the only proteins offered were peanut butter and cream cheese. The staff was friendly enough, but was not at the desk through the night. Cleaning staff seemed to do a good job in the room. The heating system in the room was a bit of a challenge to learn. And although I did not utilize the pool or spa, I did check them out. The pool is quite small, and the spa seemed to be missing a grate along the side (not sure that would pass inspection by the health dept.). All in all, it was a decent place to sleep a night or two, but I will probably spend a little more next time on a better place.
3out of 5
by A verified traveller

Gets the job done for inexpensive stay in mts

Posted 19-Apr-2016 on Orbitz
I have stayed here several times for staying in the mountains to snowboard. The price can be found at a good price often times but you get what you pay for. A few rooms the bathroom doors don't lock (no really a big deal). My keys always kept "demagnetizing" for no reason and I would constantly have to get the cards reprogrammed which is annoying. I have been at this hotel at least twice every season for the last 4 years and staff always seems to hate their lives and will sometimes be short with you. However this hotel allows me to bring my dog which is a plus. Breakfast consist of cereal, bagels, toast, and old cheap donuts. Bottom line it gets the job done for a lower price.
3out of 5
by A verified traveller

Posted 13-Apr-2016
This hotel was fine, it's not luxury but it was clean, comfortable, and affordable.
4out of 5
by A verified traveller

Good hotel close to ski slopes

Posted 13-Apr-2016
Pros: Convenience to skiing
Cons: Fresher donuts at breakfast
Location: Good location to ski slopes
Good time, good stay. Spring skiing was great this year. Ticket prices are too expensive, limits times families can afford to come to Cokorado to ski.
3out of 5
by Elba

This traveller left a rating score only Posted 10-Apr-2016 on Hotels
3out of 5
by A verified traveller from Vermont

Budget hotel near skiing

Posted 07-Apr-2016
Pros: Price and convenience, proximity to shopping and restaurants.
Cons: Bigger soap bars, coffee in room, protein for breakfast (hardboiled eggs or something).
Location: Silverthorne outlets, restaurants, and skiing and boarding at many nearby world class ski areas (Breck, Keystone, Copper, A-Basin, Vail, Loveland.
It's not a "luxury" hotel, but for the price you pay, it's a very good value, decently maintained (spartan but adequate), and close (10 minutes +-) from 5 ski areas. The rooms are roomy and clean, beds are comfortable and the microwave and fridge give you in-room eating options. The breakfast is sparse but adequate, and there is a free coffee machine available 24 hours in the lobby. The impression we had was that the management is controlling every penny they spend on recurring freebees (breakfast limited, soap bars are tiny, no coffee in room), but have put in place functional items that give the budget oriented hotel guest some value (fridge and microwave, small pool and hot tub - both kept clean). It's a good value for a budget ski trip to Colorado.
1out of 5
by A verified traveller

Posted 05-Apr-2016
disappointing..inadequate...bare minimal..would not return...needs total renovation