We stayed in the Anybody room. It was a little worn around the edges, but fairly comfortable. It was really nice to have a kitchenette. The bathroom is indeed large, and after several days of hiking, it sure was nice to do our laundry! Be forewarned that the dryer vents into the bathroom (which we didn't realize until the room started to heat up), so you need to keep the fan on in the bathroom while it's running.
Also, there is some inaccurate information on their website. Even though it says you have "individual climate control", that's not the case in the Anybody room. There is a controller in the room, but it has a sign that says that the adjacent room has control over your temperature. After heating up our room with the dryer exhaust, it sure would've been nice to cool it off. Also, they didn't leave a gift certificate for the coffee shop across the street (we left a note for them about these things and they never contacted us about it). We did luck into a parking spot right behind the building and just walked to places (there is a lot of stuff nearby!). Overall an okay experience.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Nobody's Inn is a collection of eclectic rooms in the middle of Historic Downtown Durango. The Inn is on the second floor of a fully-restored 120 year old building - originally Richey's Book Store and Stationers in 1885. Each room is unique, spacious, comfy and cozy . All have fully-equipped kitchens, private bathrooms and central air. Nobody's Inn is a great home base for your comings and goings in the Durango area. ... more less
- Also Known As:
- Nobody`s Hotel Durango