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Reviewed September 30, 2016

Off the beaten path but right on a running one that connects guests to Boulder's quintessential trail network, Twin Lakes is like an upgraded, private room hostel where you'll find a lot of international runners on any given, due to both the owners being former Olympic runners. Good communal areas for teams; rooms are large but basic furnishings and amenities.

Room tip: Rooms are on two floors, no elevator so ask for main floor room if you don't want to carry your bag up the stairs
Date of stay: September 2016
  • Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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1  Thank SarasotaLoveToTravel
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Reviewed August 16, 2016

This is tucked away in a modest subdivision northeast of Boulder, maybe halfway to Longmont. On the positive side, it is not far from anything in this area and is reasonably priced for the area, especially if you have a dog. The negative side is a much longer list however. Although it is not far from anything, it is not close to anything either. No one present to check you in, you just pick up an envelope with your name on it with your key and check in info. Breakfast is really basic. All the flooring on the entire first floor is worn out. The bathroom in our room had no sink or mirror, so you had to use the sink in the kitchenette for this. Everything in the kitchenette was outdated and the counter top needed replacement. I felt the place catered to young running groups visiting the area and individual travelers were an afterthought. Would not go back.

Date of stay: July 2016
1  Thank zclan5
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Reviewed August 15, 2016

Surprised to find this place in the middle of an upscale and quiet residential area. Room was large with two queens and a sofa bed, and had a little kitchenette. All the people working at the desk were helpful. If you want the Hampton Inn, this isn't it. Breakfast adequate but ordinary. There is only one key to the room and it is a real key. Heard a little dog bark from next door. Mentioned it, and for three days after we did not hear it again. Easy drive to everything we needed in Boulder. Would stay there again.

Date of stay: July 2016
  • Trip type: Travelled with family
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Thank singingsenior
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Reviewed August 15, 2016 via mobile

Built as an office block in the 80's it's been converted into a hotel. Very welcoming, EXCELLENT beds, good breakfast, great facilities in the room. No kettle but maybe that's an expectation of the English (we do like our tea). Staff were friendly and it lived up to its rating. Recommended!

Date of stay: August 2016
Trip type: Travelled with family
Thank Mark R
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Reviewed August 14, 2016

The Boulder Twin Lakes Inn is actually in a suburb, inexplicably, inside a residential neighborhood. We thought the GPS had malfunctioned. We walked in to a very bad smell in lobby, but it abated in a couple hours.

Overall, we had a nice stay, and were lucky to find a room anywhere near Boulder due to evacuations from a wild fire nearby. The inn itself needs some work - it's a bit on the shabby side Our room was big, but the bathroom was tiny and the sink was jutting out into the bedroom. It had a handy kitchenette, had we needed that, and a very handy on-site laundry. I would not rate this place as "bad", but I cannot say I’d recommend it. Like I said, we were kind of lucky to get anything. :)

Note that the owner and workers here were exceptionally nice and friendly. Also, a number of guests were here for a triathlon that was cancelled due to a wild fire in nearby Nederland. Hotel owner is a former marathoner.

Date of stay: July 2016
  • Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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1  Thank SaintLooieGreg
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