The La Quinta Inn & Suites Silverthorne - Summit County Hotel in the great Rocky Mountains is centrally located between five world-class ski resorts; including Keystone, Breckenridge, and Vail. Ski and snowboard rental is available through the hotel at the onsite Ski Rental Shop. We are close to four championship golf courses; stay here during any season and enjoy the outdoor activities!
During the summer months, enjoy the mountain hiking and biking trails that wind for miles or the sailing, rafting, hunting, horseback riding, and fly fishing on local rivers and lakes. During the winter months, Nordic skiing, and snow mobile trails are a couple of the preferred activities.
Free Summit County bus stop located onsite.
Wake each morning to a free Bright Side Breakfast. We have meeting facilities for up to 250 persons and there is an Old Chicago restaurant and bar right here on our property with room service available during restaurant hours.
Relax in our indoor pool, hot tub; work out in our convenient fitness center.
The La Quinta Inn & Suites Silverthorne - Summit County is located off I-70 at exit 205.see less
Amenities & Services
Free Bright Side Breakfast
Free Wireless High-Speed Internet Access
Free High-Speed Internet Access
Free Local Calls
Meeting Facilities Available
Guest Laundry Facilities
Indoor Swimming Pool
Free Bright Side Breakfast®
Hot and cold cereal
Bread and muffins
All-you-can-drink coffee and juice
Additional Breakfast Items:
Hard Boiled Eggs
11,000 La Quinta Returns points for a free night stay.
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Check-In Time: 3:00 PM
Check-Out Time: 11:00 AM
Guest Room Amenities
Free wireless high-speed internet access
Free high-speed Internet access in all rooms!
Microwave in all rooms
Refrigerator in all rooms
Iron with Ironing Board
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Most Recent Reviews:
Reviewed Jul 21, 2014
Melanie G | Edwards Co
We frequently stay at La Quinta due to their pet policy. This was the worst of the 15 or so we've been to. It's an older building with a nice lobby but small uncomfortable rooms. The bathroom had an old dated toilet and shower, with no ventilation. The AC was broken. The sheets and towels were a dingy gray. We did have a really nice view of the ratty rooftop AC on a slow summer weekend though. For $150+ a night you might want to look into condo rentals in the area, if you have pets.
This hotel was so under par it was awful. It really needs to be closed and have a total overhall. The elevators are so small you can just about get two people and a cart in them. The rooms and amenities were so disappointing for a hotel that I have stayed in in other cities and has been quite nice. There was only a portable air conditioner in the room and the temperature was in the high 80's. Worst part it was not cheap. The breakfast in the am was not good, we went somewhere else. The front desk person was so aloof that she thought I was someone else who had lost her keys when I went to checkout. I will never stay there again. In fact everytime I go through Silverthorne I will shiver from now on! Ugh!
My family and I have stayed here several times over the years and have had mixed experiences. This one however, put me over the top and I will not be staying and/or supporting any other La Quinta property again in the future.
7/12/14: My friend and I did a 120 mile bike ride with over 11.000 feet of climbing, needless to say we were beat and needed rest. My nephew came along to drive us around. I made a call to the front desk to see if I could get a cot for the 3rd person that was staying with us in the room. I was told by the nighttime attendant that cots were not allowed due to fire hazard. I had requested at the time of booking for 3 people and a room with a sleeper sofa. When I explained to the nighttime attendant he said he could do noting about it and suggested that one of us sleep on the floor....(blink, blink). I again explained I had not received the booking I had reserved. The attendant didn't acknowledge my statement but reinforced that no cots were allowed due to fire hazard. I responded that I understood him the first time he stated such, thanked him for the wonderful customer service and stated I was displeased with him.
We head to dinner down stairs at the old Chicago, it was very good and service was great. We walked back upstairs to our room and found the keys didn't work. I go to the front desk, explain that my keys were not working. The nighttime attendant states, "Oh great, Mr. A, I wanted to talk to you about the cot situation...." I lost it at this point. Are you telling me you canceled my key to my room so I was forced to come talk to you about a situation that I've already explained I understood your policy about cots. He stated he wanted to talk some more about this. I was livid. I stated that I could careless about his opinion and to please re code my keys so I could get some rest.
Then, proceed to Monday morning 7/14/14, I find that double charged for the room. I made a call to the hotel 970-468-6200, numerous times. i finally got a person to answer the phone and explained I was double charged. He stated "it happened a lot this weekend" Great!!! Well I gave my name contact number etc to get the refund. I was told a manager would call me in an hour or so, 4hrs past. nothing. I call and call back, no answer. I Call corporate give them my info and i'm currently waiting for a call back from their management team to process my refund.
I travel a lot for work and stay in hotel rooms 10+ nights a week, never have I have such issues and or experienced such unprofessional behavior.
Cliffs: You get what you pay or and then some, if I were you I would stay somewhere else.
Close to the interstate. Friendly staff. Welcomed our dog without problems. Quiet & comfortable rooms - had a good sleep. Good breakfast. In the mountains & not as 'busy' as other nearby cities (Aspen, etc.).
Usually la Quinta are ok and very nice and pet friendly. BUT!! There was standing water in the bathroom lavatory when we arrived, and the plug laying on the vanity top. So SOMEONE knew it wasn't working before we got there! So ok, no emergency, we get settled. Call the desk and hour later the repair guys show up (now I suspect they were very busy elsewhere in the hotel). Snake doesn't work. So they take off the wall mirror and cut a huge hole in the wall with a giant saw. Pleasant, yes? Wonder what the neighbors thought? Ok an hour later they are done. No word from management that maybe we should be comped even a little, so when I talked to someone who appeared to management, he was really gruff, aggravated and suggested perhaps we were negligent. I suggested that housekeeping should have reported the problem and the room not rented until repaired--the excuse? Housekeeping staff is new. So either they knew, or didn't clean the room, or whatever, but now I know there should be compensation. And they agreed to an upgrade--nice, since we are here only one night and they are sold out...and without an apology or respect it was thrown out with great disgust that we could have a discount.
I really believe we should not have paid anything at all. If the room needed construction-- and yes we were in the room the whole time it was happening-- then they should not have rented it out. They should have asked if we wanted to move BEFORE the big saw came out, but I think they were overbooked.I think they were jammed and gave out all the rooms including substandard ones that needed work. They had huge numbers of tour buses, and those customers are obviously more valuable than the no tour folks, yes? Managed to squeeze one more tourist for an extra $134 bucks? If the tours complained, I bet there would be some positive action.
I do not think it is safe or healthy to do construction while customers are in the room, not to mention unprofessional and plain rude.
THEN a hallway full of cigarette in a no smoking hotel. The front desk said "oh what a shame" yeah I guess a big shame and fire code issue and health problem. Just one of many shames.
I think it is unhealthy that housekeeping left a lavatory full of water, for a guest to report. Let's just say I used my own coffee mugs.
I guess a portable, noisy A/C unit is better than nothing in the 95F room. Was almost ok by 11PM.
I think we should have gotten our money back.
Don't stay here unless you have time and patience to inspect your room, and are ready to move after a long day of travel when things turn nasty.
Maybe better yet just don't stay here.
Old Chicago's Restaurant and Bar (on property),
Village Inn (Adjacent),
Dillon Dam Brewery,
Red Mountain Grill,
Ristorante Al Lago,
Entertainment & Shopping
Silverthorne Factory Outlets,
Local Time: 2:21 AM (Mountain)
Local Temperature: 50.7°F 5-day Forecast
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