Cozy, homey, it feels like an apartment with roomates. Great back yard, super close to Main Street. Very inexpensive. I like historic hotels. Cleanliness was impressive for an old building. Staff was very welcoming.
Not actually anything I personally dislike, but know what you're getting. Historic hotels usually aren't updated, soundproofed, don't have many electric outlets or amenities, the can look a little dingy because they're old. But they're neat because they're one of a kind, and usually less expensive cause they are less polished.
No one was around to greet me/ check me in when I arrived, another guest had to find someone for me. Online reservation didn't go through, had to pay twice as much for the night. Bathroom door doesn't latch/lock. Could hear someone with the TV blaring all night on one side and someone snoring on the other side. Got a few hours away by car and realized front desk man didn't give me my license back. I called six times over the next 24 hours with no answer before I called the Grand Junction police department, who of course got an answer on the first ring. Still haven't received my license in the mail...
A stay at Melrose Hotel places you in the heart of Grand Junction, just a 4-minute walk from Two Rivers Convention Center and within a 5-minute drive of Western Colorado Botanical Gardens. The front desk is staffed during limited hours. Free self parking is available onsite.
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