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I woke up and saw a bedbug in the folds of the sheets. I was able to kill it and positively identify it as a bedbug before bringing it to the front desk. They switched my room for the last night of my stay, but travelers should be aware of bedbugs in the sporting wing of the hotel.
Outdated and dingy. Elevator did not work. Staff called the place a "piss-hole".
Nice room and location but shower had only 2 temperature choices - scalding hot or freezing cold
This place is pretty run down.
While the main lobby and rooms above it may be nice. We stayed in the old west wing known as the sporting wing. Elevator broke down. Seems a little dated and hallways and elevator not too clean, especially for the price. Room was clean.
checking out and checking into the marriott down the street stayed 4 nights; service provided in the room on 1 day; had to repeatedly call front desk for fresh towels; clean cups; it's a party hotel for CU football games; if you're a family, stay away from this hotel.
The property looked out of date and tired. The guest rooms reminded me of something out of the 1980's. Never again
The proximity to University of Colorado Boulder sold me, however the rest of the service was not worth the price. When I got in to my room, I could smell
Pool was closed without prior notification. Pizza sauce on carpet in room (appeared not vacuumed). Beer cans scattered all over outside the patio door. Very old and overall unclean feeling.
Location The noise of house keeping early in the morning
Ease of access to Boulder Creek. Friendly, accomadating staff. Nice pool area. Dated, dingy room. Few bathroom amenities. Poolside grill/gazebo and restaurant seemed to be non operational on the two days we were there.
Room size friendly housekeeping staff. Nice grounds. Oh complementary coffee in the morning in the lobby
Nothing I arrived at 11 p.m. due to flight delays and the hotel and given my room away after they had already charged my credit card. It was Admit weekend at CU-Boulder and approximately 4,000 students and families were in town so all hotels were sold out. NO ONE at the hotel attempted to contact me via text, email or phone to alert me that my room was given away to an existing guest that decided to extend their stay. Imagine...arriving in a strange city with your 18 year-old and no place to stay...extremely disappointing.
Boulder Marriott is in a great location. Rooms were clean, facilities are very nice. My only gripe is for the money I paid they wanted to charge me $12-16 for WiFi access. Really? You get free WiFi at cheaper locations and a free breakfast. Felt like I was being nicklel and dimed for basic amenities.
Room service trays littered the hallway constantly - our neighbor's tray, including uneaten foods, was there uncovered for days. There was a large area of stained carpet in the room. The coffee/tea tray contained paper litter from previous guest and was not fully stocked. The sheets were less soft than at similar hotels.
The staff are very attentive with good knowledge of the area. The room is clean as expected of any Marriott.
Staff was efficient and accommodated my request for a quiet room. Room was comfortable, though initially overheated. Location excellent: close to Pearl St, university, and offices. Very poor quality breakfast. Parking lot was partially covered in ice (dangerously so) because of drainage problem.
Great location, large, clean room. Good TV with HBO included. The guests above us kept my wife awake just by walking around in their room. An upper room might be a better choice for light sleepers (there are two floors). The toilet and shower are in a separate room, with two sinks outside. The area with the sinks does not have a door separating it from the rest of the room, which makes it hard to use at night without turning on a light.