Not a "Luxury Inn"
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.