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Located in Palisade, Wine Country Inn Palisade is a 2-minute drive from St. Kathryn Cellars Winery and 7 minutes from Canyon Wind Cellars. Featured amenities include complimentary wired Internet access, a 24-hour business center, and complimentary newspapers in the lobby. Planning an event in Palisade? This hotel has facilities measuring 2000 square feet (186 square meters), including conference space. Free self parking is available onsite.
Pros: It was good. Staff was friendly and nice. Room was nice .
Pros: The location of the breakfast was fine, and I arrived 30 minutes after it opened. Other than the bacon being cooked perfectly, the rest of the hot breakfast was unremarkable. The potatoes were either dry, or mixed into some sort of hash that was not good. The eggs were stiff and bound together. I would advise that the staff and cook go through the line first and see how it tastes to them. The layout and beverages met expectations. I enjoyed the complimentary wine tasting!
Cons: See above.
Pros: Peacefulness during the week, relaxing on the porches, excellent food at Caroline’s.
Cons: Partying adults in the pool from 3 pm to 10 pm on Friday.
Pros: The Wine Country Inn is located in an extremely unique and very picturesque little place in Palisade, near Grand Junction; we were even able to walk by the amazing desert mountains surrounding the Inn during our stay. The staff were always extremely helpful and kind, the included breakfast and Inn's restaurant were both really lovely, and the rooms were large and beautiful. A one-of-a-kind and great experience!
Cons: The only slight complain might be that we were placed into the room located right next to the Pet room (without being told so), which was at times quite noisy.
Cons: A little bit pricey for the middle of the week.
Pros: The patio had comfortable rocking chairs and wicker chairs and tables to sit and enjoy the view of the flowers,pool area, and mountains. The staff was helpful and courteous and each evening we received a complimentary glass of wine from one of the local vineyards. It was peaceful and quite and a lovely place that is well maintained and cared for.
Pros: Have stayed here several times. Love the setting amid the vineyards and rose bushes. The breakfast is very good as is the food at their restaurants. Wish the weather had allowed the pool to be open, have enjoyed it at other times.
Cons: Restaurant(s). Had to go elsewhere
Pros: Patio . Pleasant staff. Flowers. Location
Cons: Need a new keys system our card keys locked us out twice.
Pros: The staff was great, the room nice and clean but the bed wasn't very comfortable. We both had backache each morning. Breakfast was very good.
Cons: The bed.
Pros: Very friendly atmosphere and aesthetic surroundings
Cons: Everything was lovely
Pros: The property was located in a beautiful setting right in the middle of a vineyard. It was close to everything if you wanted to drive off property. It had a nice evening wine reception. The pool area was nicely tucked in among trees in the courtyard. Would definitely stay there again.
When you stay at Wagon Wheel Restaurant Bar and Motel in Mesa, you'll be 13 minutes by car from Powderhorn Resort. The front desk is staffed during limited hours. Free self parking is available onsite.
Pros: The restaurant at the property had an American menu, priced reasonably. Excellent ribeye steak.
Cons: The WIFi was not good enough.
Pros: When we tour the USA we like to get off the beaten track and especially the Interstates. So rather than stay in Palisade or Grand Junction we found this little piece of Americana in the tiny town of Mesa. To get there we toured the Grand Mesa Forest. After a long days drive this motel was just what we needed. Decent size room, good bed, clean - what more do you need when on a driving holiday. The adjoining bar and restaurant fed and watered us - again just what was needed. If you are into cloned hotels/motels then this is not for you. But if you like something different - a bit of quirky unique hometown America then stay here. We thoroughly enjoyed it.
Cons: In the wider scheme of things this is irrelevant. And we were deep in the mountains. But you know us modern tourists - unable to function without WiFi. In our room (last one down the hall) there was no signal. In the bar/restaurant it was fine. I am 66 - done without wifi for 90% of them years. I 'endured' one night :-)
Pros: Friendly staff, great food. Hope we will return sometimes.
Pros: Staff is excellent, location is great for Grand Mesa access.
Pros: Beautiful views! Great little bar and restaurant downstairs! Amazing staff! Super clean and rustic! Really well done!
Cons: It was kinda tricky figuring out how to check it but it was worth it
Pros: The staff was friendly.
Cons: The hall was filthy, stained carpet and doors. The laundry was full of empty boxes, it felt like a warehouse.
Pros: The bed was the best one on our trip. The restaurant food was great country cooking and the portions were large. Overall a nice all inclusive facility under one roof. Friendly staff and fair prices. Thanks for a great stay.
Pros: Very comfortable, friendly yet professional. Jill, Chris and Katie were all so wonderful along with the rest of the staff. Looking forward to going back again!