5 Replies to “Boulder Adventure Lodge (A-Lodge) – Campgrounds, Boulder”

  1. We booked my dad a room here because he couldn’t handle the high altitude of the house we were staying in. I can’t say enough good things about A-Lodge. It sets on such a cute property and you still get the experience of being in the mountains without being so high up. My dad LOVED it! There’s a little creek on the property and lots of places to chill outside. The rooms are very clean with updated decor and great service. Every day we’d pick up my dad from his room, he’d talk about what a great time he was having with the guys in the office. They’d invite him to have breakfast with them and talk to him about his adventures that day. It really put my mind at ease to know that I could go on my hikes and know that my dad was still having a great time. Thanks so much to the team at A-Lodge for giving my dad (and us) such a great experience. I’d recommend this place to anyone! If you’re on the fence about booking, you won’t regret it!

  2. The campsite here was great! There was plenty of room for our (4 person) tent. It was a really good location. The scenery in area was beautiful and It was in walking distance to a creek that we went swimming in. It was also only like 10 minutes from downtown Boulder! Very reasonable to take an uber. The amenities were great-nice bathroom for campers and I loved the hot tub! The best part of this place was the staff. They were very nice and personable. This is the place to stay in Boulder! I will definitely be staying here again!

  3. Loved this place and the atmosphere. Friendly staff! We took our dog and it was safe and well taken care of! The place is close to trails and Boulder so you get the chance to go to the city and enjoy some nice walks!

  4. Let’s start with the positives:

    The setting and grounds are beautiful. There seems to be a lot of activities to do in the area and the staff is friendly and would be helpful to set those things up. The main lobby is very nice with cozy, cool areas to chill or get some work done. There were friendly dogs EVERYWHERE. The rooms were clean. The branding for this place is on point. There is tons of potential.

    Room for improvement:

    Although the rooms have a fresh coat of paint and new carpet, they are certainly dated. The mattresses are quite uncomfortable with loud spring sounds every time you reposition. The heater also makes a loud “clang” when it shuts off. The “smart TV” in my room did not work (yes I read the instructions) which isn’t horrible but frustrating when things don’t work as they should. The toilet clogged once and kept running a few times (there was a plunger in the room, and a wiggle of the handle fixed the running toilet, but again, not issues a guest would normally encounter).

    Conclusion:
    Beautiful location, tons of personality and potential, but you can’t sleep on scenery.

  5. Five stars for the main lodge appearance and warmth, welcoming staff (including resident dogs) and location. Two stars for the room, amenities, breakfast and price. There were no hooks for towels, the heating was inconsistent, the over-bed lamp was falling off the wall, the entry door knob was loose, the hot tub was poorly-maintained and the breakfast was essentially instant foods without fresh options. At a lower price point, we could overlook those deficiencies, rate the stay higher and possibly even visit again. Suite prices should drop by $40-50/night (especially on weeknights) until the basic issues are addressed.

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