Welcome to Rodeway Inn Glenwood Springs, your Glenwood Springs “home away from home.” Rodeway Inn Glenwood Springs aims to make your visit as relaxing and enjoyable as possible, which is why so many guests continue to come back year after year.
Given the close proximity of popular landmarks, such as Doc Holliday's Grave (2.0 mi) and Linwood Cemetery (2.0 mi), guests of Glenwood Springs Rodeway Inn can easily experience some of Glenwood Springs' most well known attractions.
Free wifi is offered to guests, and rooms at Rodeway Inn Glenwood Springs offer a flat screen TV, a refrigerator, and air conditioning.
Guests of Rodeway Inn Glenwood Springs are also welcome to enjoy a hot tub and free breakfast, located on site. For travelers arriving by car, free parking is available.
While you’re here, be sure to check out The Lost Cajun - Glenwood Springs, one of the seafood restaurants that can be found in Glenwood Springs, which is a short distance from Rodeway Inn Glenwood Springs.
If you’re looking for things to do, you can check out High Canyon Adventures (0.4 mi) or Glenwood Springs July 4th Celebration! (1.1 mi), which are popular attractions amongst tourists, and they are all within walking distance.
Rodeway Inn Glenwood Springs puts the best of Glenwood Springs at your fingertips, making your stay both relaxing and enjoyable.
It's not the best in cleanliness, repair and well-appointed, but what you'd expect at this price point and in this area. The big problem was the noise from the nearby freeway. I had to go buy mine after 2 nights of not sleeping.
It’s oldish, it is clean, it is coldish. It is ok for a night. For breakfast you can amuse yourself with made by you waffles. Could be a bit cheaper. But it is ok, after all it is just a night. And it is near the highway.
Quite possibly the worst customer service ever! The front desk clerk did not greet me when I walked in...but shouted out "Do you have a reservation?" before I had made it halfway to the front desk. She did not mention the comimrntary breakfast...I had to ask after seeing the sign posted in the lobby. It only gets worse from there. If I hadn't been so tired, I would've asked for my money back and taken my business elsewhere. I have lived in Glenwood Springs for the past 14 years and worked in the hospitality industry here for 5 years. I have never felt so disrespected and unwelcome. This is not how we do things in this valley. Step up your game Rodeway Inn.
Called WEEKS in advance to ask If I could bring my dog. They asked for the weight and age and said yes that should be fine. I would not have brought my dog if they said no. I don’t have money to be paying a hundred dollar fee. Brought my dog, they said nothing about it at checkin and neither did I because they already took down my info about my dog. Had house keeping keep poking in their head WITH the do not disturb signup multiple times. Went to checkout and said I was being charged for having a pet. They got very defensive saying it’s impossible for their staff to say we could bring a dog. We said that it was a guy with an accent and one man stood up screaming on our faces saying we were accusing him. All we said it was a guy with an accent. They continued to raise their voices saying we are lying about what their staff said. Ended up with paying 100$. Don’t trust staff with waving any rules EVER. They always have an eye on you. Terrible time.…
traveling through. high price for an old run down room. the rugs smelled. no breakfast as promised. whoever was the front person on the desk was more interested in taking care of some california type hikers than my wife and i. the entire city is over flowing with california lefties. i will never stay in this city again. doc holiday was removed from his grave here and brought back to GA. at least he can RIP.