It was a treat to stay at the Boulderado. Perfect downtown Boulder location, just off the Pearl St. mall, walking distance to all sorts of fun. Hotel lobby is a historic gem, beautiful stained glass ceiling and classic wood work. Really cool antique mechanical football game by front desk (free nickels to plan upon request). Staff was kind and laidback. Room on the new side was clean and comfortable.
This is an older hotel that retains it's charm without being too dated. You really get the feel of the history of Boulder with the architecture, decorations, and layout. The restaurant, bar, and downstairs bar are all attached, so you don't need to trek in the snow to find food and drinks.
We really enjoyed our stay here. The evening front desk staff were very friendly. Rooms were clean and spacious. Gorgeous holiday festivities. Valet was fast and kind , although I don’t understand the whole situation with the bell carts. That was a bit frustrating since we had a lot of bags. Great location and so close to nearby restaurants.
Funny I was going to rate the hotel as a 3 but gave it a 4. The location is a five very close to tons of restaurants shops hiking the university etc. Services are a 5 as the valet front desk and room service is very good. The room and bathroom are a nice size but really dated. The clock radio has an Apple phone attachment from 15+ years ago so I am assuming it hasn’t been renovated since then. It’s also really annoying to be in the north tower taking two elevators and a skyway to get there. I bet there are renovated rooms in the hotel but we didn’t get one. The bed is also small and the heat doesn’t really go down no matter how low you set the thermostat. The coffee maker is also 20 years old and sitting in the bathroom. Meanwhile the hotel itself is historic and worth checking out. We only paid $160 per night including taxes but the valet is $30 so be aware. The gym is an afterthought. You should stay here as it’s a really worth a try.
A super cute place and a stone’s throw from Pearl st. and downtown Boulder. Everything about the place was done up for new years and they had a fun NYE event on the second floor. Only reason it wasn’t a 5 star for us in particular was our room 221 was under the bellhop room and across from the bathrooms by the sky bridge. It was extremely loud before 11pm, and we were woken up immediately at 8am. It was like a room of only hyperactive kids doing jumping jacks nonstop. The cleaners for the bathroom across the hall were just doing their job but were also very loud. Long story short: amazing location and we had an overall great time. Do not accept room 221 if they try to give it to you.
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