We stayed here for a few days while we were bringing our son to CU Boulder. It was an easy drive back and forth to campus (15 min). Rooms were clean and spacious. The buffet breakfast had plenty of options for everyone. We took advantage of the "kickback" on one evening, where they have an informal happy hour with free drinks and appetizers. This could actually be dinner if you have kids that eat nachos and chicken fingers! The staff could not have been more helpful and friendly. We had never heard of this growing chain, but now this hotel will be our choice when we visit our son.
Traveller from Allendale, NJ
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We knew we were in trouble when we opened the door to our room and it smelled, but we couldn't figure out what we were smelling. When we opened the curtains, mystery solved. There were paw prints and nose prints all over the window. Turning the air on sure helped, but didn't eliminate the smell. The carpet was in need of a good vacuuming. We were there for 3 nights, and the room was cleaned and kept that way while we were there, except the window. The front desk staff, the maids in the hallways were always very friendly and helpful. Our breakfast was really something. A very small room full of a lot of people, people were eating in the lobby and outside. Only one person was there to replenish, clean, help, etc. Her name was Elizabeth and some how, she managed and with a smile. Why would one person be left to do all this? Why couldn't the gal at the front desk , who was doing nothing (watching a movie I believe) walk over and clean a few tables? The morning we left, we discovered blood on the white duvet. We were in town for two funerals, and lucky to find a room - otherwise we would have gone elsewhere.
My son and I spent a week in Rocky Mountain National Park. We were backpacking / camping and needed a place to stay back in Denver before flying out on Saturday. This La Quinta was a little tired looking on the outside and needs some updating. However, the room was clean and comfortable which is what we needed after sleeping in tents for a week.
The breakfast was quite good with two waffle makers. The rest of the breakfast selection was slim after you get past the waffles. I think they had some dry cereal and packaged muffins. Again, it was good for what we needed. I wouldn't say $106 /night was a steal but considering the rates of all other hotels in the area, this was as good as I could find.
, no pool, no blow dryer , you have to request things like your coffee maker, the frying pan they let use was not very good. they do not have a printer to use . They allow pets, so its a toss up to what room you get , I do not travel with my dog ,I do not want to stay in a room thats had pets in them..
Located about 20 minutes northwest of Denver, Westminster once hosted the country’s largest apple and cherry orchards. Today, it boasts Waterworld, one of the nation’s largest water parks. That cool water will seem especially inviting after the annual Holy Cow Trail Stampede, a 10-k race 14 years running. The Westminster Mall offers the usual department stores plus 140 other shops.