Country Inns of America offers 139 rooms (some being the largest in the valley), which are accessible via exterior corridors and feature coffee/tea makers and complimentary toiletries. Rooms feature courtyard/pool views. Refrigerators and microwaves are provided. Guests can surf the web using the complimentary wireless high-speed Internet access. Business-friendly amenities include desks and phones; local and long-distance calls are complimentary. Housekeeping is provided daily along with a complimentary continental breakfast from 7am-9am. There is an on-property bar open Monday-Saturday 5pm-close.
Established in 2008.
This property has received numerous updates and renovations. The lobby had a breakfast room added using new tile work and local metal work. The courtyard/pool area was upgraded to featuring a heated saline pool in 2008 with decorative tile and had additional courtyard water-features added in 2009. A covered gazebo is open year-round with a grill available during the summer months. The carpet and lighting in the banquet facilities were updated in 2009. In 2013 the property installed a new complimentary WiFi system.
Company Info: Rating: 1.88
Address: 718 Horizon Dr, Grand Junction, CO, 81506
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1. John W.
A/c poor. Sink drips. Toilet runs. Good wi-fi.
06/09/12 | Link
| Rating: 2.0
2. Jami K.
Our room had stains on the carpet, the door was cracked, and would not lock from the outside. We stayed only one night, canceling the rest of our reservation.
06/10/13 | Link
| Rating: 1.0
3. Shanae T.
The air conditioning was broken (it's august) and we all woke up drenched in sweat. Very poorly maintained and the continental breakfast is muffins and a broken juice machine. Definitely won't be coming back.
16/08/14 | Link
| Rating: 1.0
4. Claudette P.
7/31/14 I drove all day and into the night across Utah because none of the hotels in that State offer smoking rooms. Most in Colorado don't either. I checked in late. I thought $60 was a bit pricey but would discover in the days to come that hotel rooms in Colorado are pretty expensive. The room was clean but pretty run down and badly needed updated. The cheap mattress wasn't comfortable and I didn't sleep very well. It definitely wasn't worth driving the extra hours for. They did let me check out late due to my late arrival and the free Wi-Fi was fast.
04/09/14 | Link
| Rating: 2.0
5. Saman M.
Do not let the pictures deceive you!! This place is horrible! I'm not sure where to start, but I guess I'll start with the room.
Stains on the comforters. Only 2 pillows for a queen bed. The carpets are outdated. The toilet is probably from the 50s at earliest. You can hear when the people above you walk. The phone! I'm not sure what good it does. I'll provide a picture; there's nothing on it. How do you call housekeeping? I guess you don't. There's gnats in the room, not sure how they got in here or why they stay, since we don't have food in here.
About the pool ... Absolutely disgusting. This is summer time now, the pool should be kept up constantly. There were bugs and leaves just floating around in there. All the pool furniture looks like they bought from a junk yard. They're all broken, and plastic strips missing. The backs of all the "beds" don't stay up, so the only option you have is to lay completely down. What fun is that? There was ketchup on the concrete, that looked like it was there for days. They don't keep up with the pool as often as they should at all.
Now about their staff. The housekeeping staff supposedly have uniforms, but they aren't.... Uniform. Half of the girls look like they partied all night, got little to no sleep whatsoever, very dirty looking. And they make no effort to hide tattoos or piercing. They don't look professional at all. The uniform tops they wear are pretty stained and they don't even wear them the way they should be. They wear jeans and whatever kind of shirt they want (any color) and don't button up the uniform top. This is a hotel, they should look presentable.
Their free breakfast in the morning is pathetic. 4 cereals, some juice choices, coffee, a couple pieces of toast, and one type of muffin.
The staff is pretty rude, too. Multiple times, I walked up to the desk to ask a question, and I would literally stand there and no one would even acknowledge I was there. I would have to just blurt out my question, hoping they would hear me. I will give credit where it's due though, one staff member was very helpful, and I wish I remembered her name. She was very helpful when I asked about local trails, she gave me a map of the area with all the places to go to. Be sure to ask if the trails are closed though. I went to the trail and 5 minutes into it, ran into a flooded section and had to turn around.
The icing on the cake for this trip was today's housekeeping though. I left around 1030 am when they knocked on the door. I went for a walk and was gone for a few hours. I came back to the room, and the door wasn't even closed!!!! They're lucky no one noticed. I'm here with 4 people and we have a lot of very expensive things in the room. It would have not been a pretty sight if things were stolen. They don't even have a safe in the room!
Anyway, if you're looking for a place to stay in grand junction, you're better off paying a couple more bucks for the holiday inn down the road.
21/06/14 | Link
| Rating: 1.0
6. Sasha B.
I was in town for a wedding and got a great rate on hotels.com .
I must say (having stayed in some other Country Inns of America) this was my favorite one so far. I really enjoyed the seasonal and permanent (taxidermy) in the lobby.
Our room was clean and the beds were very comfortable. The only complaint I have is that there was no soap or shampoo/conditioner in the bathroom. The continental breakfast was well organized and even ran a little longer than advertised (which I thought was nice). All of the food provided was fresh, the toasters were in working order, and the kitchen/dining area was very clean.
If I find myself in this neck of the woods again I will definitely book a room here.
Helpful Hint: There is a fee if you lose your room key ($50 or so) so definitely put it on your key chain or bring a spare key chain.
10/10/13 | Link
| Rating: 4.0
7. Lance C.
I had to stay there and I promised I will never do it again.
The staff at the front desk are awesome, the cleaning staff are thieves and I couldn't get enough locks to lock my stuff.
If I had to pick a place to stay it would not be this place.
At the time they were changing management so I am hopping the new ones are better.
08/02/15 | Link
| Rating: 1.0
8. Heather S.
Keep in mind that you are paying about under fifty bucks per night.
It did take me a while to find the place. I believe it is changing over to Travel Lodge. Located right off the highway. When I checked in the lady was very helpful to pointing me where I was staying. Getting in the room at air conditioner was blasting, tried to turn it to heat, no luck, so turned it off. The room was extremely out of date. Our king size bed only had two pillows, but I was too lazy to request more. Even with those "issues" the bed was extremely comfortable. There was a mini fridge which was awesome. The room was an awesome size. Used the free breakfast which includes apples, packaged muffins, cereal, and coffee. Not much at all, however did not expect much. When I tried to check out there was noone at the counter so I waited for about ten minutes till someone came, even after ringing the bell numerous times, super annoying however I could have just left the keys.
I booked on Orbitz and and later noticed that the hotel went and charged me again, called Orbitz and it was fixed that night.
This place is fine for the price if you are staying on a budget, but again remember to not expect five star for a tiny price.
03/10/14 | Link
| Rating: 3.0