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La Quinta Inn & Suites Grand Junction in Grand Junction, CO

La Quinta Inn & Suites Grand Junction in Grand Junction, CO

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The La Quinta Inn and Suites Grand Junction with updated lobby, crisp and modern guest rooms is located just west of Walker Field Airport off the interstate. It is the place to stay when visiting the western slope of of the Colorado Rockies. We have Golf Packages in conjunction with local golf courses, and are close to all shopping and great restaurants, wine tours, biking trails, white water rafting, and fabulous ski areas.  NEW! Flat-panel TVs with 30 channels.

 

Company Info:

Rating: 3.00

Address: 2761 Crossroads Blvd, Grand Junction, CO, 81506
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Comments (14):

1. Jamie M.
My review probably won't be super useful since the puppy and I reached this La Quinta and then pretty much collapsed, without using any of the amenities or checking out the local area.  I can say that the room was pretty clean, although the carpet could definitely use a new life (maybe because it was a pet-friendly room, the other rooms might be a bit better).  The internet worked fine, the shower had hot water, and the employees were friendly.  Breakfast was typical for a La Quinta, a few pastries, some cereal, a waffle station, and some canned fruit.  They did have a huge book of menus and stuff for the local area at the front desk if you need it.  If you need pet friendly accomodations in Grand Junction this is a safe bet.

06/08/09 | Link | Rating: 3.0
2. Cass D.
I also stayed here because I had a pet with me. The place is decent, I'd probably stay there again if I had an animal travelling with me, but if not I would most likely try and find something else. I feel like the price here is really high for what you get. I would have been more inclined to pay $80 for a room here then $120 for the night. The room was very clean, and there were plenty of towels. The bed wasn't bad. The elevator smelled like pee, really bad. I didn't make it down to the pool or breakfast in the morning.

07/07/10 | Link | Rating: 3.0
3. Matt M.
I got an email from La Quinta to complete a post-visit survey, so I did. I wrote about the broken door and got an email from the hotel manager within a couple of hours with a nice gesture to make it right. I updated them from 2.5 to 3 stars because of their responsiveness.

06/01/12 | Link | Rating: 3.0
4. Syndee H.
Don't go!! I have stayed in my fair share of hotels and this was the WORST!!! The bathroom was DIRTY!! There were hairs everywhere, ( around the toilet , on the counter and in the tub ). The scum line in the tub was nasty and when taking a shower the water  was not draining ( probably the reason for the scum line ). There was a neckless that belonged to someone else hanging on the light switch. We checked out and went to another hotel down the road and guess what, no hairs in the bathroom!!!! So much cleaner than La Quinta!  We will never go back and the sad part is that La Quinta was more than 100.00 a night and the other hotel was less than that.

21/05/12 | Link | Rating: 1.0
5. Jared W.
My fiance and I stayed here because we were traveling with a pet across the country for a move. We stayed at La Quinta in several cities because they are pet friendly.

This location, however, was the worst of the bunch. It was also the most expensive on our trip. Our air conditioner would blow cold air for about 30 minutes, then hot air after that.

The exterior door wasn't working very well either. It was hit or miss as to whether or not you could get in it.

Also, the lady at the front desk seemed offended that she had to hang up her own personal cell phone to help a paying customer.

There are several other hotels at this exit in Grand Junction. Try one of them if you can.

31/08/11 | Link | Rating: 2.0
6. Richard B.
The place was good.  Clean place, decent free breakfast and friendly service.  They could use a little touch up paint on base boards and such but otherwise not bad. We paid 140.00 this inculded tax.  They had a outdoor pool that we could not take advantage of but it looked nice.  They should also supply a dvd player. Most hotels do.  Oh Yeah!  No free wifi! Come on!  Three and a have stars then.

05/06/13 | Link | Rating: 4.0
7. Teresa L.
Great rooms!  Rooms were clean and the mattress was comfortable. Pet friendly. They had poop bags and a disposal outside. The bathroom door was cool...had double doors with a flip over lock. There is a photo posted. Not sure why it was an issue for the other reviewer...umm, how often does someone try to unlock a bathroom if its being used?  And use a credit card to unlock a bathroom door...desperate?  It was a little noisy, but I use ear plugs anyhow when I travel.

17/07/13 | Link | Rating: 4.0
8. Jeannie O.
For one night, standard room with 2 beds, the stay was over $110.

Out of my stay at 3 La Quinta's for my move from Los Angeles, CA to Downers Grove, IL, my boyfriend and I stayed at Grand Junction, CO;  Denver, CO and Omaha, NE.  I would rank Grand Junction, CO as the second best just because it was nice at least.

No real issues with the hotel, although I would prefer the cost to be cheaper and more reflective with the rest of La Quinta's chain hotels.

02/09/11 | Link | Rating: 2.0
9. Dave W.
We were driving form CA .  We arrived late about 1 AM.  The lady who greeted us was super nice and accommodating.  My kids love staying in hotels.  This was going to be a very quick stay since we were on our way to Grandmas.  I woke up and went in the shower.  While taking my shower there was hair all over the shower walls - that wasn't mine.

I expect things to be clean.

18/11/12 | Link | Rating: 2.0
10. Jesco F.
Go somewhere else!

We found this place while groggily trying to navigate the internet on our phone. The eldritch horrors inflicted upon my body and mind that sleepless August night will be with me for a long time.

The bed was "fucked out". The head of the bed was significantly lower than the foot of the bed because the mattress was probably over a decade old. The pillows were lumpy husks which could not alleviate the horrible drowning sensation akin to being water-boarded one suffers when they sleep with their feet inclined with a cold.

The TV was no help distracting me from my misery. It was a circa 1990's Zenith Concierge CRT with perhaps 20 blurry channels, HBO being the worst. Which turned itself off and on erratically as if controlled by spiteful imps.

The exhaust fan in the bathroom did not function. Decades of long hot showers caused the hinges on the bathroom door to be so corroded that they creaked terribly. The rudimentary lock in the bathroom was also covered in corrosion and could be easily bypassed with a credit card.

Until scrutinizing the Yelp reviews here, I did not realize that this was a "pet friendly" hotel. That explains the howling purse-dog locked in the adjacent room.

Despite my dissatisfaction with the infrastructure and aged amenities of this La Quinta, the customer service was friendly, helpful and professional. Everything was clean.

However, the management really needs to pull their heads out of their asses and invest in new mattresses, TV's and more maintenance if they are going to continue charging the same prices as much newer and nicer hotels right down the street.

07/08/11 | Link | Rating: 2.0
11. Pao-ju M.
I was travelling cross country with a pup and needed a rest stop before braving the negative degree conditions to Denver in the morning.

I booked La Quinta primarily because they don't charge extra for pets. Needless to say, I've stayed at a fair amount of La Quintas around the country. I have to say this was one of the nicest and largest I had stayed at. The young receptionist was very bubbly and helpful, even at 11:30pm helping up check in and very accommodating when we asked for a first floor room for easy excess for the doggie.

One thing I loved about this La Quinta was that all rooms were accessible through the lobby and inside a main building versus a more motel style of housing with windows facing out into the walkways. Out side the hotel provided doggies bags and special trash cans for "you know what" that made is super convenient.

The ceilings were high vaulted, the rooms large and bathroom super clean. I have no complaints. We ordered a pizza and had a relaxing evening. The only ding would be on the moderately high price and the quality of the beds, which, I didn't have much high expectations in the first place. Mattresses were a little older and sunken in. Maybe it was from coming off the 14 hour drive that made me sleep like a baby anyhow.

I would probably stay there again if I were passing through!

21/01/13 | Link | Rating: 4.0
12. Todd G.
Stopped for the night on a quick trip. Have stayed in other LQ's with good experience. This one's main elevator was broken and of course our room was on the third floor at the same end of the elevator. For a non-smoking hotel, the room wreaked of cigarettes and staleness. Had a very poor nights sleep. The exterior was well kept. Staff was accommodating and even offered an extra discount for the room.

04/05/14 | Link | Rating: 2.0
13. Stephanie N.
Super clean and friendly staff! We are road tripping from ca to nj and this is our first stop. We have two dogs and we were put in a nice room that is clean and the pet area is right outside. We even got dog treats! :) I highly recommend!

09/09/14 | Link | Rating: 5.0
14. Malia R.
We are traveling from the West Coast to the East Coast and found the Front Desk, our room and pet friendly accommodations A++!

*Clean
*Space, space, space
*cat / dog friendly (thank god)

We had a bad 48 hours of relocation travel and this Front Desk made that anxiety disappear with friendly service, promptness and excellent restaurant recommendations. Wearily when there was a small issue with our room, the lady at the front desk RAN to fix it and even gave me a hug before I almost started crying. When you are traveling with a scared family cat and a little doggie (these are our family members too) and you find a La Quinta like this, relocation is a lot easier! Thank you La Quinta Grand Junction!

27/07/14 | Link | Rating: 5.0