"The Chalet was a "Holiday Chalet""
My wife and I stayed here after the Michael Buble concert in November. The room turned out to be more of an efficiency studio! The bedroom, bath , and kitchen (YES - I said kitchen) were each in separate rooms, with hardwood and tile floors.
The B&B is on Colfax, which while it may have some negative connotations, we found to be safe, and close to the local scene. We even ate a late snack at Pete's just a few blocks down, good gyros. The B&B was delightful, the owner was very friendly, and had a great story of the history of the B&B, too.
The breakfast was served by Mark, who has a secret recipe for "Cowboy Pancakes." It was just one, but this apple and cinnamon cake, made in a pan, would have been plenty for the both of us. This pancake was about 2 inches thick, and 6-8 inches wide, covered with whipped cream. Hat's off to Mark! The rest of the breakfast spread was more than you could ask for - coffee, orange and pomegranate juice, milk, fruit, cookies, and on and on!
The nice clean place to stay near downtown, 15 minutes from Pepsi Center, 5 from the 16th St Mall and Lodo, and just down from the Filmore and other venues, plus the value of Mark's breakfast can't be beat by the big hotel chains. This is no continental breakfast my friend. We highly recommend this B&B for a great change to the same old Hilton or Ramada rooms you have grown a custom to.