Stayed for 2 nights during a recent tour of the Rockies, looking for somewhere affordable and well-located. Location was good for getting out to the mountains, but less convenient for downtown Boulder, being located in a suburb some 6 miles from Pearl Street. Reception was unmanned when we arrived late evening, something which was to be a feature of our time there. This wouldn't be a problem, provided you don't have any problems that need to be resolved.
Our room was 104, just along from reception and the breakfast room. It is a good-sized room with kitchenette, however the bathroom sink is in the kitchen, next to the kitchen sink. Somewhat unnecessary. Also, the fridge must have been leaking as the carpet in front of it was soaking wet for the 2 days we were there.
Breakfast was adequate, but did include hot eggs. The coffee, typical of American motels, was very weak. The property is non-smoking, but provision is made for smokers with lots of outdoor spaces that can be used. The motel also has a hot tub, housed in the courtyard inside a small conservatory-style building. The tub was unfortunately overfilled, which meant that water gushed out over the side when 2 of us sat in it.
The main problem with this hotel was the bed - it was so soft that backache was a big problem each morning. By upgrading the mattresses and taking a little more care over the small details, this place could be one of the best in Boulder. Right now, it falls short.