Place is old and needs a facelift. Room was very tired but pretty clean and didn't smell bad! Had a small fridge that wasn't very cold, a microwave and a pod type coffee pot. No coffee, cups, or glasses. Room air conditioner in one room but the other one was pretty warm and stuffy. The shower worked well but the tub (which was a "massage tub") was old and worn. Bed was OK. The fellow that checked us in was really nice. Had to call him to check in even in the afternoon but he responded quickly. He was very helpful and accommodating. The town is very small with not much to do. Bring a good book!! A one night stay was just barely OK. I was glad it wasn't more!! PS. Pot store in the parking lot if you are so inclined !!!!!
Paid for a King bed, given a double bed-no sleep. Bath was remodeled, but not very well. Not very functional, very poor lighting. Room was 50's fleabag style, poor electrical, lighting etc. Staff had to be contacted by phone, my phone indicated NO CELL SERVICE.
In the center of everything and everywhere I needed to be. I am definitely going back in just a scant few weeks. the staff were all on point, courteous and helpful in every way. Couldn't ask for any better place to stay the night or few days.
Stayed one night before I went on the cumbres Toltec train the next morning. Hotel is very old, not all that clean and needs a paint job and a good deep clean. Breakfast was day old mini muffins from the grocery store. Good coffee, and mediocre eggs, sausages, potatoes. If they even just did freshly baked goods and really good coffee that would go a long way.
We spent the night here after a brutal hike of Wheeler Peak, so I sprang for a room with a bath, so we could soak. We got the biggest room they had, which with AAA was $125 with tax. This was not originally a hotel (built 1911 as a store), so the rooms are sort of ad hoc. Our suite had no windows in the bedroom. We did have a living room with a bed/couch, a full kitchen with some dishes and utensils supplied, and a separate area with the bed and bath. The bathroom was a strange maybe 1980s style with black or very dark blue tub and toilet. The one fixture was sort of dim, so it was hard to tell. The tub was a jacuzzi type, but did not work. The king bed nearly filled the bedroom, and was very comfortable. The living room had a small flatscreen along with a DVD player. There was a large shelf of DVDs to choose from out in the hallway. The corner room across the hall from our was a lounge with a pool table and some other fixtures. It looked like a fun place to hang out if we weren't so tired. The wifi was not working, but the clerk gave us the password for the one at the little dispensary nearby. It was adequate, keeping in mind the terrible internet speeds in rural America. Dinner was an easy walk across the street. The breakfast the next morning was actually quite good. Bacon, sausage, eggs, pancakes, all made fresh.…