The Bradley Boulder Inn

★★☆☆☆
  • 2040 16th St

    Boulder, CO 80302

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  • 303-545-5200

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Daily 7am-7pm

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We had a pretty dismal time. I did a complete writeup on the other Citysearch listing for the hotel (it's under "The Bradley"). Please see that entry for a full review.

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★★☆☆☆

We had a pretty dismal time. I did a complete writeup on the other Citysearch listing for the hotel (it's under "The Bradley"). Please see that entry for a full review.

Obfuscated URL to the other listing: boulder_citysearch_com /profile /41303255/ boulder_co/the_bradley.html

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We stayed here for our honeymoon, having made reservations for 6 days. However, upon them sending us our confirmation, we had not noticed that they cut down our reservation time to 5 days until receiving a call on what was to be our final day asking us why we had not checked out. Luckily for us, they were kind enough to book us into the Hotel Boulderado down the street.
The hotel was cute and quaint, though definitely geared a bit towards an older demographic (we are in our mid-20s) and the other guests seemed to be quick to give us dirty looks as they saw us, although we are anything but shabby looking. This made it very uncomfortable for us and we were not able to enjoy some of the advertised amenities like wine and cheese hour, or the "Colorado breakfast" in the morning (which was nothing more than a continental breakfast that you serve yourself, room service of any kind is not an option).
The most disappointing aspect of it (aside from being hurried out of our room a day before we expected to depart) was that the advertised amenities weren't really as great as advertised. The free WiFi was spotty at best, including a 12+ hour outage. The bed, while comfortable, was adorned with ratty sheets with holes in them. And while they advertise that the bathrooms are stocked with Aveda products, it consists of only a small vial of bath salts. The soap, shampoo and conditioner are all some generic hotel toiletries (none of which were refilled after they had been consumed).
The best, and probably only, redeeming quality of the hotel was the kind staff, all of whom looked to be our age or younger and were kind, and helpful (although the staff is only available from 7AM - 7PM).
All in all, it was pretty disappointing for what we were expecting, especially for our honeymoon trip (we both cracked up at the $3- bottle of Korbel sparkling wine in melted ice that greeted us on our first night). We will definitely be finding somewhere else to stay in Boulder in the future.

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★★☆☆☆

We stayed here for our honeymoon, having made reservations for 6 days. However, upon them sending us our confirmation, we had not noticed that they cut down our reservation time to 5 days until receiving a call on what was to be our final day asking us why we had not checked out. Luckily for us, they were kind enough to book us into the Hotel Boulderado down the street.
The hotel was cute and quaint, though definitely geared a bit towards an older demographic (we are in our mid-20s) and the other guests seemed to be quick to give us dirty looks as they saw us, although we are anything but shabby looking. This made it very uncomfortable for us and we were not able to enjoy some of the advertised amenities like wine and cheese hour, or the "Colorado breakfast" in the morning (which was nothing more than a continental breakfast that you serve yourself, room service of any kind is not an option).
The most disappointing aspect of it (aside from being hurried out of our room a day before we expected to depart) was that the advertised amenities weren't really as great as advertised. The free WiFi was spotty at best, including a 12+ hour outage. The bed, while comfortable, was adorned with ratty sheets with holes in them. And while they advertise that the bathrooms are stocked with Aveda products, it consists of only a small vial of bath salts. The soap, shampoo and conditioner are all some generic hotel toiletries (none of which were refilled after they had been consumed).
The best, and probably only, redeeming quality of the hotel was the kind staff, all of whom looked to be our age or younger and were kind, and helpful (although the staff is only available from 7AM - 7PM).
All in all, it was pretty disappointing for what we were expecting, especially for our honeymoon trip (we both cracked up at the $3- bottle of Korbel sparkling wine in melted ice that greeted us on our first night). We will definitely be finding somewhere else to stay in Boulder in the future.

Pros: Cute building, quaint, local artwork, comfy bed

Cons: Complete bait and switch, amenities not as advertised, service felt "cheap", snooty yuppie guests

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Corporate travelers will appreciate the intimate nature of this well-located property. The inn is two blocks from the Pearl Street Mall and within walking distance of Boulder Creek. The spacious rooms feature fireplaces, Jacuzzis, flat…

 

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