We (wife and teenage son) spent four nights at the BW Eagleridge. It looks like this hotel, and just about everything else around here is only 2-3 years old. Our room was large, clean, and comfortable. We had a king bed suite. Over the course of four nights we had no problem with the king bed. The same could not be said for the sofa sleeper. The son reports an errant spring seemed to find his ribs most every night. The room also has free internet access...always a plus at BW hotels.
The hotel offers a couple of free toiletries, although there is a note stating that if you have neglected to bring something, the front desk has a supply for you. The bathroom consists of a single sink outside the toilet and bath room. That room is extremely small. You nearly have to step into the tub to open the bathroom door. This design was not thought out very well.
The front desk staff was very helpful in providing directions to various sites in the area, and during the check-in process. The free breakfast includes made to order, small omelets...although there is a selection of just a few items. The omelets are small, but I didn't see anything that forbid you from having more than one. They also have waffles, bagels, and cereal. When traveling with a family of 3 this is easily a $25 savings from having to go to a restaurant for this meal. When picking a spot to stay this cost avoidance should be included in your evaluation.
The hotel is a few miles from downtown Pueblo and the area attractions. Some attractions I'd recommend: redeveloped downtown area (there are some interesting buildings to see including the train depot. If you go there, check out the Hopscotch Bakery...some of the best ice cream I have tasted!); The state or county fair; Children's museum; the zoo; city park; Canon Gorge Railroad; Canon Gorge Suspension bridge...one note about the bridge - you have to purchase a $20+ ticket to cross the bridge and ride the other attractions there such as the areial tram, elevated train, the observation decks, etc...if you do everything, maybe it is worth it. You can get coupons for $5 off on the railroad and $2 off for the bridge in various free magazines in the hotel lobby.
There are many restaurants around the hotel. We tried several of the chain types and locals, my tip is to avoid the Cactus Flower...my opinion is the flower has wilted.
All in all, the BW Eagleridge was a nice spot to stay for the price. I'm not hooked on this place, so I might try something else if we return.
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