This "country Inn" is really an awkward conversion of a 1960's office building. Everything in it is of poor quality, old, and not well maintained. The hot tub was so filthy we did not dare use it. The entrance door is left open 24 hours a day; room keys are left in envelopes on the front desk; consequently no security. The innkeepers are rarely there and do not respond to a phone call when you have an issue. The carpets in our hallway and room were stained and dirty; the windows were cracked; the AC/heating unit old and very noisy. To be fair, the bed was good and linens nice; there is a pleasant outdoor gazebo and grill; the breakfast was adequate. However, in my opinion these things did not make up for the other nasty aspects and it is not a good cost value. FYI - in all of our travels this is the first negative review I have ever done.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Recently renovated, very quiet, modern country Inn, located in the heart of Boulder high tech companies, adjacent to a park and lots of trails. Complimentary breakfast buffet, local newspaper, high speed internet, business center, hot tub and athletic club are just few of the amenities. We offer great rates for extended stays and have a communal kitchen for guests and all rooms have refrigerator, microwave and coffee maker, plus all utensils and dishes. A great place to stay in Boulder. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Boulder Twin Lakes Hotel Boulder