Millennium Harvest House Boulder

1345 28th St, Boulder, CO 80302, USA

About Millennium Harvest House Boulder

3.2 / 5

from reviews

    Marine Guichard
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    August 06, 2023

    Not sure why this hotel has such bad reviews. Sure, it is a bit dated but my room was perfectly fine, the bed was comfortable, the bathroom clean with good water pressure. The location is ideal and a big supermarket is literally just around the corner. Breakfast was included. Plus, it was much cheaper than any other hotels in Boulder. Would totally recommend.

    La Tree
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    December 11, 2023

    I’m pretty sure it is literally impossible to stay here anymore. Before you read this review, I am 90% sure that this place is in the process of being torn down to build student housing. If you try to call you get two options: Booking or front desk. Booking’s number is no longer in service and the front desk goes immediately to voicemail which has a full mailbox. As for my previous stay: The $50 deposit for damages was never refunded even though it was supposed to be. There was a random used towel on the bathroom counter trash on the floor in my room when I got there, towels missing, but other than that the room was pretty nice. Walls are pretty thin and it’s easy to hear noise from the hallway. It WAS in great spot, half a mile from CU Boulder and only a 3 min walk from hundreds of food options and stores. I wanted to stay here again because if the location and price but I don’t think it is possible anymore.

    Sharla Riead
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    August 10, 2023

    Like another reviewer, I read a lot of bad reviews and was planning to cancel my reservation. I am so glad I decided not to! Yes, the hotel is older, and areas are showing their age, but the rooms are fabulous, and the location can't be beat. The bed is a true king, not a hotel king. The hotel is so quiet, I have slept incredibly well. The breakfast is generous and has items you don't normally find, like almond milk and string cheese. My husband is attending a conference so we are here for a week. I am at the hotel a lot and love it. I feel totally safe. There is a beautiful courtyard, walking trails along Boulder Creek, and shopping and restaurants are a quick walk away. The free internet is great. I have been able to work and attend Zoom meetings with no issues at all. The pool is clean and kept at a nice temperature. The people are friendly and helpful. You can tell this was quite the upscale place in its heyday. I absolutely recommend this hotel as long as you don't care about worn carpet on the stairs, some areas needing maintenance, and one non-working elevator.

    Louise Zamudio
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    June 13, 2023

    Very unhappy with our 1 night stay! Booked due to the website pictures making it look great, arrived and wow, so different. The reason I didn't leave right away was it was a great location to get to CU in the morning. They have a huge thick glass between you and the front desk with the smallest open area at the bottom of the glass they flip things back and forth to you. The staff were not very professional looking nor caring when you express concerns. At checkout they were eating at the front desk. The rooms maybe were clean but you can't tell with the dull lights. There is no electric sockets by nightstands and you really have to hunt for them. The worst thing was the broken door at the end of the building where our room was (see pics). I asked about the safety of it and was told, well we have security that walks around to all doors at night. Very Disappointed. Even the door on our room was not working and we had to be put in a different room. The location is great is the best I can say.

    Jenifer Trimmer
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    October 03, 2023

    The only plus to this hotel is how easy it is to get to from 36 and the campus. For $307 a night, you'd expect a lot more from this place. I was part of a wedding party for my niece, there were 7 rooms total in this party and the hotel could not accommodate putting us together, except for 2 rooms (which neither were the bride or groom.) The bride was in one wing all by herself, the groom in another and the rest of the party was in the other wing. This made for hectic coordination of getting ready and taking pictures, etc. as the wings were not close at all. The rooms were "tidy" but not clean. The platform bed looked like it had never been wiped down. The groom stayed in room 450, the lighting on the bed was literally (meaning literally) hanging out of the headboard. The other light had the electrical box hanging out, and none of them worked. The screen door in my room, 352 wouldn't open or close, so much for paying for the "garden view" room when you can't enjoy it. My niece (the Bride), her room (316) didn't have a hook on the back of the door and the closet door was stuck shut. We had no place to hang her dress. I had to steam it in the bathtub. All of the rooms were inconstant, and very outdated. The free breakfast included green banana's, hardboiled eggs, string cheese and loaves of bread. You could make pancakes or waffles I'd assume, but after only an hour of being open all the batter was already gone, and not restocked. Check in was interesting, no ID needed. They simply asked for my last name, and viola, I was checked in. When asked what time we'd check out, I indicated 3pm (as I requested late check out.) At 11:00am the Housekeeping Manager called the room and asked if we could leave any earlier. Why offer late check out if your going to be bullied to leave early anyway. The groom was told he couldn't have late check out on the actual day of the wedding, so he ended up having to come to our room to finish getting ready. The mother of the bride was also told at 11:30am that they could not honor the late check out and were asked to pack up and get out. The Bride rented a small room to host a reception after the wedding. The wedding party had to wait for over 30 minutes (with the food) to get access to the room. The hotel is old, outdated and leaving a lot to be desired. I would not recommend this location for a wedding event, ever.

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