Ratings based on 1,223 Verified Reviews

3.3 out of 5
75% of guests recommend
3.7 Room cleanliness
3.4 Service & staff
3.4 Room comfort
3.2 Hotel condition
Expedia Verified Reviews
2out of 5
by A verified traveller

Ski trip

Posted 03-Apr-2017
Pros: Hot tub was nice and hot
Cons: Wifi was worthless and breakfast was not worth eating.
Location: Great location to access ski resorts and restaurants
Really appreciated that the hot tub was good size and water temp was hot. Wifi though was terrible and breakfast was too basic/bland, not worth eating.
4out of 5
Recommended
for Everyone
by A verified traveller

Nice hotel close to the mountains

Posted 03-Apr-2017
Pros: Location
Cons: coffee
Location: Ski
Good experience, nice rooms, hot tub and pool, friendly staff
3out of 5
Recommended
for Everyone
by A verified traveller from V

Great location for a bed and shower.

Posted 30-Mar-2017
Pros: great location, no street noise, lots of shops nearby, restaurant across driveway. Indoor pool and hot tub on site. Grocery store, outlets, movie theater, ski/board rentals all within a mile vicinity. I-70 entrance easy. Bed comfy. Shower had fantastic water pressure, hot. Heater and AC unit worked very well in room. Maid service daily. Not so great: when nearby guests close their room doors or use shower, you can hear it. Repeatedly. Breakfast is severely underwhelming....only fresh whole fruit and carbs (cereal, donuts, toast, bagels) plus horrendous coffee, apple & orange juice. Go early or you might have nothing left. At check out, just let room key in a basket. No one at desk. Think they were busy cleaning. We stayed three nights (with 2 kids) during spring break and i probably would not stay that long again. We used it as a base to snowboard at Copper Mtn and check out Frisco. It was the last expensive option and yes it was ok. But don't expect much and you'll be ok. I think we just happened to have irritating neighbors who kept knocking on each other's doors to go back and forth. Use the freaking room key????!!!! Brkfst: check out Butterhorn Bakery Cafe in Frisco for the eggy bread and biscuits/gravy!
4out of 5
Recommended
for Everyone
by A verified traveller

No frills motel that suited our purposes.

Posted 28-Mar-2017
Overnight trip for spring break and this was the least expensive option in the area by about $40. The room was clean, staff friendly, convenient location and my kids loved the indoor pool (it's small but they didn't care). This motel was about what you'd expect for the price, if you are on a budget I'd recommend it.
3out of 5
Recommended
for Families
by A verified traveller from MN

Good value for the cost

Posted 27-Mar-2017
Not a super hotel, but for sleeping near Keystone and Breckenridge, it is convenient to restaurants and shopping. Good value compared to other hotels in the area.
4out of 5
Recommended
for Everyone
by A verified traveller from Topeka, KS

Decent hotel about 15 minutes from Copper Mountain

Posted 24-Mar-2017
For the price this is a decent hotel. We just needed an affordable place to stay while skiing and this worked for us. Only took 15 minutes to get from hotel to Copper Mountain. My only complaint, and it's really a minor one, is that the breakfast options were very limited. I would stay here again if we ever need a hotel in the area again.
3out of 5
by A verified traveller from Aurora, CO

Average motel close to restaurants and outlet mall

Posted 24-Mar-2017
O.K. for a night's rest. Decent small pool with adjoining hot tub pool. A bit worn overall.
2out of 5
by A verified traveller from Fort Collins, CO

Not a "Luxury Inn"

Posted 22-Mar-2017
Pros: Close to skiing
Cons: Pillows, bed, screen in window, lock on window, enough hooks for all towels (room is for 4 people, only 2 hooks for towels), A/C/heater that works
Location: Silverthorne is a beautiful little town in the mtns located near a lot of ski resorts. There is also the outlet mall, and I'm sure lots of hiking.
The staff was ok at best. No smiles, mostly monotone, like they could care less that you are there. The guy who checked me out only made eye contact once for a millisecond. The rooms were fairly clean, & a good size & layout. However, the pillows were lumpy, and the bed was hard and made noises any time you moved (including just sitting down). The window was missing the screen, and our room was pretty warm upon arrival (in mid-March). Luckily, no bugs that time of year, but since we were on the first floor, we had to make sure we closed the window and put the pole into the grooves (no locks on the window) before we left for dinner. It would have been nice to be able to leave the window cracked, so the room could cool down before we got back. Then there is the AC/heater - well, like I said the room was warm, so we wanted to cool it down a bit at bedtime. But, being March in CO, we know it cools down at night, so didn't want it to get too cold. So, I set it on low cool, "2" (1 being warmest, 10 coldest). Then I noticed a sign on the unit saying that it needed to be put on high cool & "5" if you wanted to use the AC. Hmm, wonderful - the AC doesn't even work right for what you want. I ended up keeping it at the settings I wanted for about 1/2 hr then shutting it off for the night. Which, was ok because it was pretty loud anyway. Left the window open a lot the 2nd day to cool off the room. The breakfast was pretty lame. Not much selection and mostly junk.
3out of 5
by A verified traveller from new york, ny

Cheap, but you get what you pay for.

Posted 18-Mar-2017
Pros: Price and cleanliness.
Cons: Wifi is terrible.
This hotel is about what you'd expect for the price. It's clean but everything is cheap: towels, soap, furniture. The big problem is the wifi, which at times was unusable. That will prevent me from ever staying again. At times I couldn't even send email.
2out of 5
by A verified traveller from Denver

Ridiculous for the price

Posted 17-Mar-2017
Pros: The people at the front desk were helpful.
Cons: We had hand towels in our room that looked like they had been refolded after the previous occupants rather than replaced.
Location: great access to ski hills
I know it's all about location with this hotel, but seriously?!? If I'm paying that much /nt I expect the hotel to have been updated within the last 20 years! And to have their Christmas lights down by March. I'm glad we were there on a very temperate night as the windows were single pane/very old and getting at the radiator controls required moving an awkward piece of furniture. Once accessed, I had to use my phone as a flashlight to see and it was very difficult to tell which way was on and which way was off. I didn't want to boil, so I only moved it a little... if it had been really cold out, we would have frozen. Also we had hand towels in our room that looked like they had been refolded after the previous occupants rather than replaced... there was a clump of hair on one. Yuck. I mentioned it at checkout, and the guy literally went to talk to the maid about it as we were leaving, but it made it feel very sketchy.