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Courtyard Grand Junction in Grand Junction, CO

Courtyard Grand Junction in Grand Junction, CO


The newly-renovated Courtyard Grand Junction is located off I-70, just ten minutes from downtown, and offers a complimentary local shuttle service to Grand Junction Regional Airport. The brand-new lobby in this Grand Junction hotel is filled with modern amenities including free WiFi, a 24-hour business center, and the touch-screen GoBoard® displaying local travel information. The guest rooms offer HD TVs, plush bedding, and select rooms with stunning Rocky Mountain views. Grab breakfast, dinner, and cocktails from the lobby Bistro, and the 24-hour Market is filled with drinks and frozen food items that make great late-night snacks. Maintain your active lifestyle in the 24-hour fitness center or indoor pool, and relax in the afternoon on the peaceful outdoor patio. Whether coming into town for a business trip or going on a weekend getaway, the newly-renovated Courtyard Grand Junction has the ideal combination of amenities and a prime location to make it the top Grand Junction hotel.


Established in 2007.

The hotel was built in 2006-2007 and opened it's doors to the public on June 21, 2007.


Company Info:

Rating: 3.58

Address: 765 Horizon Drive, Grand Junction, CO, 81506
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Hotels in Grand Junction, CO



Comments (12):

1. Mora L.
Enjoyed stay, but rooms weren't cleaned,  and no refills on coffee when we went out for a day? I love Marriot's I was saddened by this. They were very nice tho an let us hang out in the courtyard, with our relatives up there.. $10 breakfast with 5 people was too much, so went next door to Village Inn. We stayed at the Lodge at Glenwood the night before and breakfast was included... similar hotel choice? I will be back to Grand Junction, but with a big family, we'll look for inclusive breakfast.

05/06/12 | Link | Rating: 2.0
2. Crystal C.
Nice rooms, nice place. Everything I expect from a Marriott property. Except...the thin walls! I can hear my neighbors cell phone ring & the conversation. Not good.
With that said, everything else is top notch. Shower, bed, clean, friendly front desk, free wifi. All great.

03/09/10 | Link | Rating: 4.0
3. Michael F.
"Soul Invader"

Conveniently located near Interstate 70, yet far enough away for traffic noise to be non-existent. I booked the room in advance while on a roundabout trip through Colorado. There was plenty of parking for my Crown Vic LX with leather interior and the lobby was roomy and friendly. A small bar was to the left, tended by a tall blonde. A lone patron sat on one of the stools, sipping a cocktail and wishing he was Blondie's boyfriend. Of course if I had sat for a drink Blondie would have hit on me immediately, but I wasn't up for her tears and threats of suicide following my always gentle rebuffs.

Check-in was a snap and my room was on the fourth. I was near the elevator but never heard it once. My room was decent sized and tidy, the bathroom clean. The bed was comfortable too. I slept well that night, save for my usual thrice-a-night nightmares.

Morning came and I drank free coffee in the lobby. Three cups to be exact. Black to be more exact. I sat in one of the comfortable chairs with the local rag, quickly learning that nothing much happens in Grand Junction. I also sat outside near the pool. Nearby was a brown canal that ran parallel to the hotel. People jogged along its dusty banks. One girl was quite hot. Both in body temperature and sex appeal. She looked my way and was instantly smitten, nearly losing her balance while my aura invaded her soul. (I have no control over these things.)

After coffee I showered in the spotless tub and brushed my perfect teeth. I looked at my reflection and winked. IQ off the charts and movie star looks to boot. You'll never change, my dear Michael. I kissed each biceps and flicked off the light. I quickly packed and headed out to the lot.

My Crown Vic LX with leather interior smiled at me with recognizance. I tossed my case in the trunk and fired her up. Easing from the lot, I waved to the Courtyard and promised to return if ever again in the area.

Back on Interstate 70, I hit cruise control after attaining desired speed. Leaning back in luxurious leather, I grinned smugly as cars moved aside at my approach.

It's good to be Michael F.

04/08/12 | Link | Rating: 4.0
4. Bryce F.
The quintessential business hotel. Nicer than other Courtyards in my experience. Feels more like a regular Marriott. It has a bar and a little snack store next to the check-in desk, both of which are great amenities. I would definitely stay here again if I find myself in the area.

11/09/13 | Link | Rating: 5.0
5. Jonathan L.
Stayed for one night.  Pleasant rooms, I was on the top floor (5th) on the airport runway side - they must get some pretty big jets in that airport because they were very loud.  Very tiny fridge (the smallest they come in), tiny coffee maker, no microwave.  No free breakfast for Marriott Elite members.  Would try a different hotel next time I'm in Grand Junction and hope for more perks and less runway noise.  Good internet.

01/08/14 | Link | Rating: 3.0
6. Roman G.
Close to the airport.  Comfy rooms and a very accommodating staff.  Pretty decent food at the breakfast buffet and meals at the hotel aren't too bad.  I'm sure I will be back

02/10/13 | Link | Rating: 4.0
7. Justin M.
I decided to escape the flooding on Boulder County by heading west to Grand Junction.  I stumbled upon this hotel and the front desk was very accommodating despite my railroad hobo appearance.  Thank you so much Lupita!

This hotel is brand new and very nice!  Outstanding rooms with a split bathroom, powerful shower, work area, and comfortable furniture.  

The internet is BLAZING fast.  No passwords, no tiered upgrades, just fast, fast, fast internet.  Streaming video, large file downloads, no problem.

They have a wonderful bar and patio with a relaxed curtained off area with a modern Turkish vibe.

My only complaints are the extremely slow elevators and noise level.  I think a circus was in town and staying at the hotel.  Otherwise however this is a FANTASTIC hotel for the money.

17/09/13 | Link | Rating: 5.0
8. Margarita M.
When they renovated this hotel, I guess they didn't replace the mattresses. I've seen cleaner in Motel 6! Still don't know if the bites I got are from bedbugs. Besides the suspicious stain in the mattress seam, we found enormous pee stains on the top side of both mattresses and what looked like blood or vomit on the side of one of them. NOT what you expect from the Marriott brand! Management said, "we put mattress covers on the mattress". Did that alleviate the gross-out factor of sleeping on pee stains and getting bitten by bugs?! I think not. BTW, I have pictures to prove my claims.

26/07/14 | Link | Rating: 1.0
9. Scott S.
In traveling here for the weekend I was very comfortable on this stylish yet modest room and hotel. I stayed on 5th floor and could use the remoter start on my car from the room to warm it up (very nice)! As far as the staff super friendly and helpful. I'm from Vegas and use to the level of Vegas hotels. Main reason I'm not doing 5 stars is the position of the TV in the room. It's very tough to see it and control it from the king bed. Aside from that perfect. I would recommend this hotel to anyone traveling through and I would stay here again.

01/03/15 | Link | Rating: 4.0
10. Jessica M.
We stayed here for one night on a drive from Denver to Las Vegas. When you consider hotels along those highways, this is probably the best you're going to get as soon as you get west of Vail/Beaver Creek.

That being said - we thought the rooms were clean and comfortable and the lobby was nicer than I was expecting. Parking was also really, which was an added bonus since we had a trailer.

If we needed to stay in Grand Junction again, we'd probably stay here.

19/11/14 | Link | Rating: 3.0
11. Manda B.
Nice stylish lobby with plenty of seating, but we never used it or other amenities. Our room was clean and comfortable. We liked having a small mini fridge available in our room, because the Bistro's hours, and hotel food & drink selection were limited. FREE wifi was very much appreciated.

Gripes: nights were very noisy. Felt like we could hear everything from upper floors and had a hard time falling asleep. Also, I wish there were more flattering light options in the bathroom. (We were on the third floor) Only one switch was available that turned on all the lights making the room hot (no fan) and the bright light was difficult to get ready (apply makeup,etc) in. Bring your own pillow if you prefer firm over too soft.

30/11/14 | Link | Rating: 3.0
12. Steve P.
Great hotel - very new in appearance and very friendly staff! Love the Bistro and the free breakfast!

26/03/15 | Link | Rating: 5.0