Completely quiet residential neighborhood. Nobody in hotel ever slammed a door or talked loudly in hallways. Loved the 1 mi. round trip walking trail to and around theTwin Lakes and thought the communal kitchen (in addition to mini kitchen in each room) was a terrific idea. Used to be a B&B and and the shelf of books still there is most welcome. An Olympic runner owns the place now and runners stay there to train at the high altitude; posters of champion runners on the public area walls. Price kept low by not having staff there all the time but you can reach somebody by phone 24/7. Clean and in good repair. The relaxed charm promotes friendly behavior among the guests and is a relief from the sameness of most chain hotels. We plan to stay here several times a year when we visit our Boulder grandchildren--aren't even going to check out the competition. We had a large room--201.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Recently renovated, very quiet, modern country Inn, located in the heart of Boulder high tech companies, adjacent to a park and lots of trails. Complimentary breakfast buffet, local newspaper, high speed internet, business center, hot tub and athletic club are just few of the amenities. We offer great rates for extended stays and have a communal kitchen for guests and all rooms have refrigerator, microwave and coffee maker, plus all utensils and dishes. A great place to stay in Boulder. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Boulder Twin Lakes Hotel Boulder