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SpringHill Suites Grand Junction Downtown/Historic Main Street in Grand Junction, CO

SpringHill Suites Grand Junction Downtown/Historic Main Street in Grand Junction, CO

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Rating: 3.81

Address: 236 Main St, Grand Junction, CO, 81501

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    Comments (32):

    1. John L.
    I think that this hotel is almost brand new. The rooms are very nice; separate room for commode with a little sink, and room with shower and second sink. Great location for walking around the little downtown GJ area. Nice breakfast, nice pool and hot tub. Nice sliding barn-type doors in room. They did charge $5 for parking for our second night there...not sure why...but a very comfortable visit.

    24/10/11 | Link | Rating: 5.0
    2. George C.
    Brand new hotel, right on Main Street.  Free breakfast, free wifi, pool, right in the heart of town.

    24/07/11 | Link | Rating: 4.0
    3. Traci M.
    My family and I stayed in two rooms at the Springhill Suites in Grand Junction on May 3-4, 2013. The front desk clerK was professional and friendly even though there was a confusion of the number  of nights we were staying. This was resolved quickly and we were given two rooms for the nights requested.
    The room set up is functional and pretty. I like that you can get two queens rather than one queen or king in a separate bedroom available at most other suite hotels. The beds are divided by a partial clear partition rather than a wall. There is a separate small bath with commode and mirror ( which needs a towel bar) and another full bath with large vanity. A writing desk and chair sits on the opposite side of the partition.
    The beds are very comfortable and neither of us noticed any noise from the hallways or adjacent rooms. The rooms were fairly quiet.
    The only complaint is the breakfast. Both mornings the selections were slim, and the fresh fruit, sausage patties, and boiled eggs each had to be requested to be filled. Twice we were told the selection was out, and this was an hour before the area closed. The employee on the first morning exhibited indifferent rudeness when asked to refill the meat and fruit. The eggs were served in coagulated patties rather than freshly prepared. On the day the sausage patty was available, it was frozen in spots. If all you want is sugary cereal, yogurt and plain bagels with no spreads then this is your place. No one was impressed.
    I would love to visit again and be able to give a. 4-5 star rating based on the meal your overnight stay includes.

    06/05/13 | Link | Rating: 3.0
    4. Brian B.
    Great location, brand new rooms and very comfortable beds.  Great place to regroup mid point on a two week road trip.  Front desk was very accommodating, putting us next door to the laundry so that we could do a few loads!  Drinks in the lobby bar were small and expensive, otherwise everything was above our expectation.

    18/09/11 | Link | Rating: 4.0
    5. Paul R.
    This place has a fun, bright atmosphere.  It is very comfortable with friendly staff.  The hotel is located in historic downtown Grand Junction and is situated next to several great shops and eateries.  The street is beautiful and quite enjoyable for an evening stroll.

    19/06/13 | Link | Rating: 4.0
    6. Michael F.
    Very nice modern hotel, but fairly high price for the location.

    My only real gripe is that a $5 parking fee was added automatically to the bill without even asking whether it was needed. The hotel parking lot is convenient but there is free parking all around the hotel either on the same block or one block away. Other reviews mentioned that parking may be difficult - I came on a Saturday evening and found parking on the street right next to the hotel. I would guess that weekdays are even less of a problem. It's downtown but this isn't New York ...

    29/07/12 | Link | Rating: 4.0
    7. Scott M.
    Room very nice modern. Free wifi. Free breakfast. $5 parking. Has a lounge with happy hour.

    28/06/13 | Link | Rating: 4.0
    8. Jef F.
    Free wi-fi. Very clean as it is quite new. Complimentary breakfast and more. I guess it's your typical Marriott.

    However, parking can be a downside. Lot has limited spaces, and if/when downtown  is hosting an event, you might find yourself parking a block away.

    30/11/11 | Link | Rating: 3.0
    9. Konrad H.
    Outstanding quality for the money. I've stayed at Four Seasons properties that were not nearly as nice.  Decent breakfast.  Nicely appointed rooms. Highly recommended.  Good Wi-Fi.

    13/09/12 | Link | Rating: 5.0
    10. Sam A.
    Nice place, average POOR Marriott "hot" Breckfast, nice small pool, Rooms are noicy between floors.  We had to call the desk twice to ask them to tell guest above us to walk softly after 11pm.  $5.00 extra for parking lot.  Nice downtown location and many good eating places easy to walk too.

    11/02/13 | Link | Rating: 3.0
    11. Adrienne R.
    Very friendly staff.

    The room was modern, clean, and big enough to accommodate a family of 5. Only down fall was the lack of privacy when your going to the restroom in your room due to poor design. But by no means would this slight inconvenience  cause me to not stay here. I did like the fact that the toilet and sink was separate from the shower and a 2nd sink. With a family of five this speeds up the process of getting ready in the morning.

    Complimentary breakfast was good and the staff kept everything filled up and the area clean.

    It is located in Downtown Grand Junction with a lot of restaurants and shops to check out. Indoor pool is a little small.

    08/07/13 | Link | Rating: 5.0
    12. Matt M.
    This hotel is brand new (open only a few months) and has some really good and somewhat bad points.

    Really good:
    * super-comfy bed (I'm talking absurdly comfortable)
    * very good free breakfast (waffles, eggs, bacon/sausage, lots of cereals, muffins, breads)
    * HD channels in your room
    * good-sized rooms with the bed separated from the sitting area by a small desk and sliding glass window
    * great location in Downtown GJ
    * fast wi-fi
    * allows dogs ($20/night)
    * very friendly staff
    * fair rates

    Somewhat bad:
    * They tried too hard to make the rooms trendy and hip. I guess it's fine to have the toilet and shower in separate rooms, but unnecessary. Also, the sliding glass door to the toilet in our room was really loud as you slide it open. If you're sharing the room with anyone, it will probably wake them up if they're still sleeping.
    * Stairs from the guest room floors open outside and you can't come back in that way.
    * $5 a night for parking??? In Grand Junction? That is beyond ridiculous, and worthy of losing a whole star. Also, the parking lot is pretty small. We were here for a slow few winter nights... but I'd imagine that if you were here on a Thursday during the summer the Farmer's Market crowd would have you parking several blocks away.

    Not a bad place by any stretch... close to 4 stars... but the parking fee knocks them down.

    07/01/12 | Link | Rating: 3.0
    13. Gregg D.
    Excellent hotel option in Grand Junction.   Right on Main Street and new, clean and modern.   Rooms are very bright and updated and comfortable.  Excellent breakfast buffet.    Free WiFi,  a gym,  an indoor pool and new bar in the lobby.

    Nice people working here as well.

    05/08/13 | Link | Rating: 4.0
    14. Jeff B.
    4 stars considering Grand Junction not 4 star property.  Because of this I'm a fan.  It's clean great location and helpful staff.  The showers are great too!  For what you get and what you pay, it's a good deal in GJ!

    26/10/12 | Link | Rating: 4.0
    15. john W.
    Takes dogs. Yes, w00t!
    Charges a retarded pointless fee PER DOG... yes.

    When asked why it was $20/day/dog...
    "That's what you'd pay to kennel them"

    Uh hello. Then I'd kennel them. Why not encourage and welcome pet owners vs. "well we know you'll pay this so we'll charge you the same amount"

    Next time. I won't say 2 dogs if I say even 1.

    Crappy practices aside, the room was very cool and hip and modern. The bar/lounge area was nice and breakfast was good enough for free.

    This would have been a 5 star review if not for the crappy policy of ripping off pet owners.

    26/09/11 | Link | Rating: 3.0
    16. Nobody M.
    This Hotel is awesome.  Rooms are spacious and modern, hotel is centered in the best part of the city and the rates are reasonable.  Cookies at check-in are a nice touch if you have a weak constitution (or just hadn't eaten anything all day( and the lounge is awesome.  The gentleman at the check in desk was professional and friendly and the hotel is clean and modern.

    Only one issue: the bartender lady is crankier than a 76 year old woman who lived a miserable life, had gout four times and was forced to watch "Leaving Las Vegas" every day prior to starting her shift. I've never encountered a more bitter and depressed woman in my life.  I ordered a drink and heard nothing but complaints about other patrons out of her cake hole and both times I walked by during the course of the night she was ranting about other customers.  I used to think welfare was a bad idea, but now think that at least it protects the public from having to witness miserable people like her.

    The group of maids who exited all at the same time, by contrast, all looked very happy and cheerful.  'Promote' one of them to bartender and see the place come alive.

    05/08/12 | Link | Rating: 4.0
    17. Michael H.
    Mostly I liked it. The rooms are spacious and clean. Beds comfortable. WI-Fi free. Main downsides for me were the unpleasant but very loud entertainment in the lounge from 5-9PM and a 2AM party in the room above me.

    18/01/13 | Link | Rating: 3.0
    18. Jesco F.
    TL;DR: Nice no-frills hotel. Can be loud at times.

    Clean, modern and new. The beds are very comfortable.

    For the price, this is a great deal considering you could stay in one of the run-down fleabag motels near the airport for the same rate.

    Cons:
    Very limited parking available, and a sketchy element (aggressive pan-handlers) out in the parking lot in the wee hours of the morning. Arrogant dog-owners with entitlement issues swarm this place.  The music in the lounge can be heard three stories up. If you are there on a Friday or Saturday and need to sleep, ask to be put in an out-of-the-way room. The rooms are laid out really weird, so there is really no way to watch TV comfortably from the bed without craning your neck.

    Pro-Tip:
    The pedestal the TV's are on in the rooms move.

    27/09/11 | Link | Rating: 5.0
    19. Julie B.
    I really enjoyed my stay at this hotel!  The circumstances of my visit weren't ideal:   last-minute trip to visit a sick family member; the weather had gone from 60 degrees and pleasant the day before snow flurries and below freezing temps; and the airline decided my baggage wanted to stay in Denver for an extra couple of hours.  So when I finally dragged my tired, never-having-driven-in-snow, and worried self into their beautifully lit and wonderfully quirky lobby just before midnight, and was cheerily greeted by the front desk staff, I felt like I'd been rescued.  

    The room itself was inviting, spacious and had almost all the amenities I could want.  The bed was so comfy (or maybe I was that tired) that I fell asleep soon after my shower.  

    Speaking of the shower, my only quibbles about the room are that the towels -- although plentiful -- were a bit thin, and that there was no lotion in the courtesy toiletries.  In this day of restricted carry-on liquids and gels, I didn't pack lotion figuring the hotel would have a little bottle.  With below-freezing temps my crepe-y old person skin really suffered.  Fortunately there's nice grocery store kitty-corner to the hotel and I took care of that problem the next day.

    And my final irk is a very petty one and does not reflect well on me, but I'm all about full disclosure.  When I bought my lotion at that nice grocery, I almost bought a bottle of beer to enjoy as I wound down that night.  Before putting it in my basket though, I thought, "Hey!  There's that really neato lounge in the lobby that sells beer, wine and cocktails!  I'll just pick up a beer on my way to my room."  Alas, the lounge was not open when I returned to the hotel at 8:15pm.  

    Mind you, I like this hotel well enough to change my return reservation for the end of the month from the Fairfield to SpringHill.  The value was good, and the staff really excellent.

    13/11/12 | Link | Rating: 4.0
    20. Steven L.
    Front desk service was friendly, hotel's fancier than others around here. Wouldn't stay anywhere else in town

    07/01/14 | Link | Rating: 5.0
    21. Tara G.
    This hotel is extremely spacious. The staff were friendly and the location is awesome. The walls were a bit thin but then again I had wanna be Billy Joel belting out the tunes at 8am like he was preparing for American Idol. He was loud. Other than that, I enjoyed my stay. They also allow pets, that's a plus.

    26/07/14 | Link | Rating: 4.0
    22. Angela G.
    My 2nd time staying here, would have been my 3rd, but the last time I tried they were booked, I guess that's what happens when you try to get a room during move in day at Mesa University.  We really like it, nice rooms, a sink and toilet separate from the shower, a couch and desk area, comfy beds, and clean.  Didn't have breakfast here this time around, but the last time it was a pretty no frills, standard continental breakfast, nothing to write home about, but nice if you want to grab something before heading out for the day.  Bummer that you have to pay $5 for parking.  I've only ever stayed one night at a time, as a Marriott's rewards card member it says Wi-Fi is free the first night?  Would be truly disappointed if I had to pay for extra nights.  We were having troubles with the Wi-Fi anyway, our connection wasn't very consistent.  But as long as my daughter is at Mesa University, I'll be back!

    05/02/15 | Link | Rating: 4.0
    23. Mindy W.
    The lady on the night shift is super lazy and kinda rude. The hotel looks nice besides the stains in the carpet and the awful smell that lurks in the hall way and rooms. Breakfast is good!

    13/05/14 | Link | Rating: 3.0
    24. Roman G.
    Bar, right downtown, pool, and nice rooms that were very well thought out. I will be back

    25/11/13 | Link | Rating: 4.0
    25. Rob W.
    The best place to stay in Grand Junction.  I was so happy when this place opened.  It is clean and modern.  

    The guy at the front desk always remembers my name when I arrive and is very kind.  

    I will only stay here when Im in Grand Juction.

    19/05/13 | Link | Rating: 5.0
    26. Mama K.
    Super clean, spacious, comfy bed, great location.  Yes, it's noisy and they allow pets so there is an odor. Every time I woke up at night I could smell cat pee which was a bummer. Check your room good before moving in I guess.

    29/08/14 | Link | Rating: 3.0
    27. John M.
    OK so I know I'm giving money to the guys across the street who charged me to park in their lot when I was at the Fairfield.  No charge on the other side of the street!  Clean, new and a typical Mariott property.  No surprises.  A bar in the lobby and a decent breakfast in the AM.

    17/07/14 | Link | Rating: 3.0
    28. Sara B.
    Review 100!

    This is the second year in a row that I have stayed in the SpringHill Suites in Grand Junction and I can honestly say that I don't see myself staying anywhere else when I am in this neck of the woods.

    My mother, grandmother and I recently took a weekend up on the Western slope and decided to stay here for the night. The room was perfect and fit the three of us great. The couch folds out and has a partial room divider which was nice because I felt like I had my own space. For a fold out, the mattress was pretty comfy, too!

    My grandma raved about how soft her bed was and thought that the modern decor was something else. It was great to see her feeling pampered in the hot tub as well.

    SpringHill Suites employs some of the nicest staff I have encountered in the hotels I have stayed in. The front desk recommended great places for dinner and also offered some great tips for shopping in the area.

    As if all of the above-mentioned are not reason enough to come back, their complimentary breakfast was super yummy! I will definitely be back.

    27/08/13 | Link | Rating: 5.0
    29. Steve K.
    Clean, comfortable, and friendly.  Pretty much all you need at any hotel.  Staff was extremely nice and accomodating.  The location is great right near downtown Grand Junction.  We were around for the Holiday Lights which made it even nicer.  Excellent choice for a stay in Grand Junction!

    07/01/15 | Link | Rating: 5.0
    30. Mike T.
    Location is great, right on downtowns Main Street.  Rooms are noisy, I hear the people upstairs, next door, the ice machine, the elevator. At least I hear them when the air conditioning is not on, when It runs I can't hear anything else.  The guide book provided in the room is outdated.  The tv channel guide does not match what the actual channels are.  No one at the front desk when I arrived at 6pm on a Tuesday, had to stand around until the bartender went and got the front desk attendant.  $5 a day to park also seems ridiculous.

    21/04/15 | Link | Rating: 2.0
    31. K M.
    For a Marriott property I am very dissapointed. I stay in Grand Junction very often, and usually stay at the Grand Vista, which is at least twice as old as the Springhill Suites....but quiet....our rooms air conditioner was extremely noisy, so could not be used for comfort....we opened the window for fresh air only to be assaulted by the homeless kids on the street below loudly laughing, screaming, etc. from 11pm until 3am...when they have the musician outside in the evening there is absolutely no way to avoid it if you want quiet time...period.
    You hear everything from rooms above you, and from both sides....if at all possible get a top floor room...people do not just walk anymore...they stomp....well into the evening....people allow children to run from one end of the room to the other...it is NOT a quiet, peaceful hotel....for the money...over, over priced.
    It would be nice if the Marriott chain would use REAL eggs, instead of an "egg" mixture for the "scrambled eggs"....pretty disgusting...if you want a good night sleep, stay elsewhere.

    15/05/15 | Link | Rating: 1.0
    32. Daniel D.
    The rooms are very nice and the people here were great.  The only real knock on this hotel is the contemporary design of the rooms themselves.  It's hard to go to thw bathroom in the middle of the night without waking up others in the room, due to the window on the bathroom's sliding door.
    I still recommend this place, especially if you are traveling alone.  Restaurants are within walking distance,  also.

    12/02/15 | Link | Rating: 4.0