Welcome to One of the Best Boulder, Colorado Hotels Boulder is a quirky place that has carved its special niche in the Rocky Mountain foothills since 1858. It's a city that embraces its uniqueness and offers much in the way of attractions and outdoor activities. The Holiday Inn Express® Boulder hotel is located just off Hwy 36 near companies like IBM, Lockheed Martin and Northrop Grumman, thus ensuring you can get to meetings easily. The University of Colorado and National Center for Atmospheric Research are also near our Boulder Hotel. If you need to host an event, our 400-square feet breakfast area is available for small gatherings, and if you need to use a computer or printer, the business center is available 24-hours a day at our hotel. In Boulder you'll discover that people spend a lot of time hiking, mountain-biking, rock-climbing, kayaking and playing golf. This outdoor playground is enjoyable year-round, especially when you head to Eldora Ski Resort for fun in the snow, just 30 minutes from downtown Boulder. Our hotel is near great restaurants like The Mediterranean and the Greenbriar Inn and shopping at Pearl Street Mall and Flatiron Crossing. Whether you're here to taste tea at Celestial Seasonings or to attend meetings at IBM, we're sure you'll enjoy our Boulder Colorado hotel's amenities. Our fitness center, seasonal, outdoor pool, a year-round, outdoor hot tub and free, hot breakfast are not to be missed.
In reading the previous reviews I was not looking forward to staying at this Holiday Inn but I had few options. Once there I was very happy with both the room and the breakfast supplied. I am an early riser and found the meals, even if only a cereal with juice and some fruit, easily held me over until lunch time. Upon arriving late I found walking to the nearby Mexican eatery both convenient and safe.
The staff was helpful, great restaurants nearby. I liked the way the staff has different treats during the evening and the breakfast was nice.
Enjoyed everything with my stay. Staff was very friendly always willing to help. Helped me find a hotel near the airport as I had a early morning flight even made the reservation for me. They just remodeled their rooms really nice. I will return next time I'm in Boulder.
The front desk clerk was very short on his answers to simple questions. I was in town for the annual Bolder Boulder road race. The hotel staff acted like they had never heard of it. It draws 53,000 people! The hotel was okay but the price was high for what you get. I wouldn't recomend. It's located on the outskirts of Bolder. Try something on 28th if you want closeness to Pearl St. Mall or other attractions.
Staff was very friendly and helpful. The hotel is located at the far north end of town, a few minutes away from restaurants and shopping, but buses were cheap, clean and ran by the hotel every 15 minutes, making it easy to get around. Overall a very nice stay in a clean, quiet and comfortable room.
The staff are very friendly, the rooms are soothingly decorated and clean, and they have afternoon popcorn and cookie time in addition to the full continental breakfast. Cookie time! The worst feature is that it's located on the outskirts of town, so be ready to drive or take the SKIP bus (which stops right out front and comes frequently).
Front desk with an attitude. Management stunk from top to bottom. Room had bad odor and we don't think they changes the sheets on one of the beds. Staff acts like they are the guest anwe werea bother. We planned to stay 4 days but cancelled after one and they still charged for 2 days. Count me as a lost customer.
Room was clean. Staff friendly. Free bottles of water every afternoon in lobby was nice. Breakfast was good. If staying with kids, ask for passes to Gateway Park. These saved us $30.00.
In one room the heater wouldn't work, in another room the window wouldn't lock or close and it was cold outside! Don't pick a room with a balcony as the light on the balcony NEVER goes out and the curtains don't sufficiently block the light! Turn the mini fridge off cause it sounds like a jet plane ready for take off. Other than all of that, pick ANOTHER hotel for your stay in Boulder!
The Holiday Inn Express in boulder is OK, until you need something. The staff is unpleasent and when you ask to speak to management, they are even worse! The pool had no lights on at night and it was outdoors so we swam in the dark! Not a single housekeeper in the morning could help because none of them spoke a stitch of English, there are no views of the mountains and it is extremely hard to find. This hotel has the poorest customer service I have ever seen.
Location is good for Boulder and Rocky Mountain National Park.Service is good. Good breakfast, free popcorn, cookies, and internet. Neighborhood features brand new buildings across from oldtime cafe's and stores. Some industrial businesses in the area. Rooms with a balcony get a view of the Flatirons.