Our party of two adults stayed for one night in December. While the room was very clean and nicely decorated, I would not stay here again.
Upon arrival late in the afternoon, we parked in front of the Inn and went to check in. The young lady we dealt with was very friendly and check-in was accomplished quickly. We were shown to our room, past the courtyard with the waterfall. Since it was a relatively cool evening and almost dark, there was no courtyard reception, but we were asked when we would like our glasses of sangria brought to our room.
We were advised to move our car from the main street in front of the wine bar and inn to a nearby side street, and given the key to the back, after hours entrance. As the previous reviewer stated, this involved a short walk down a wide alley, past some trash bins. Once inside the hotel property, we walked down the not well lit corridor to our room.
While the room was very, very clean and nicely decorated, it was not very comfortable. There were no windows, although the view would have been of the dark outside corridor anyway. The very small television was mounted above the doorway--very difficult to watch. We moved the small table and chairs provided back into the room so one person could sit there. The other person laid one of our suitcases along the bottom of the bed, sat on a bench that was at the foot of the bed and leaned back against the suitcase to watch the tv. Not very comfortable.
The bathroom was very large and had been nicely updated--except that there was absolutely nowhere in the walk-in shower to put anything. No place for soap, toiletry bottles-nowhere except to put them on the floor or open the shower door and reach out to put them on the sink. This made for a very awkward shower experience.
Upon check-in we had been asked if we would be having breakfast in the morning. We said yes, since it was included in the rate. We went down the next morning after 8:00 to find no one around. We went into the cellar, where we saw a small table or counter set up near the back. On here was a pitcher of juice that was almost empty, one glass, some kind of quiche or something similar, one pastry, and some instant oatmeal, with no means of cooking it. Didn't see or smell any coffee or other hot beverages. Since no one was in evidence, we just went back to the room, finished packing, left the keys, and found breakfast elsewhere.
While the location is good for walking to some restaurants and shops downtown, and the room was very clean, I really can't recommend this place to anyone else. I would not stay here again if I was in Boulder City.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Nestled above the Milo's Cellar is the beautiful Tuscany getaway of Milo’s Inn at Boulder - the only bed and breakfast located in Boulder City, Nevada. This small tranquil bed and breakfast has a shared courtyard with a waterfall koi pond, fire pit, massage facility, wine vines and flowers. Milo’s Inn at Boulder consists of four air-conditioned non-smoking guest rooms with custom oversized queen beds featuring luxury 1,000 thread count lines, overstuffed pillows and down comforters surrounded by rich, hand crafted cherry cabinetry. The rooms are elegantly appointed with amenities, such as: gas log fireplace, private water closet, LCD television, space heater, hair dryer, dining table for two and either a dual-jetted Jacuzzi bathtub or a spacious walk-in shower. ... more less
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- Milo's Inn At Boulder Boulder City, Nevada