Ratings based on 118 Verified Reviews
They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
3.8 Room cleanliness
4.2 Service & staff
3.5 Room comfort
3.2 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler from utah
Posted Oct 4, 2014
Pros: How old an beautiful it was
Cons: The rooms could be cleaned a vacuumed every day
Location: Love the town coming bac
It was a good time we in joyed it loved the hot tubs inside of the place
for Everyoneby A verified traveler from Green River, WY
Posted Sep 26, 2014
The staff was very helpful but the accommodations were very dated. The dinner restaurant was very good.They only offer a Continental breakfast during the week.
by A verified traveler
Enjoy the TrainPosted Sep 19, 2014
Pros: The soaking bath is great, you must try it.
I hope you like trains, they run all night. The foot is good and the people are very nice.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler
Hotel with hot springsPosted Aug 22, 2014
Pros: Very quiet and relaxing.
Location: See the beautiful countryside.
Nice hotel with very friendly staff. The hot springs were fantastic.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler from Paonia, Colorado
Loved the customer servicePosted Aug 15, 2014
Pros: Very friendly to us and our two pets. Not many hotels welcome cats; they do!
Cons: Coffee could be stronger
Location: Rafting down the slow moving river that runs behind the hotel looked very popular, and we would have done it too if we'd had time
The owner upgraded our room to a larger room for free. The hotel is charming, as is the small town. Our bed was comfortable, the mineral pools were relaxing, and the breakfast was much appreciated. I definitely recommend this hotel.
for Overnight Stay Before Destinationby A verified traveler
Posted Jul 28, 2014 on Hotels.com
Recommendedby A verified traveler
Oh well......Posted Jul 28, 2014 on Hotels.com
I understood that it was an old hotel and in the process of being restored. However, I think they have stalled out. The bed was the worst I have ever slept on. However, the good news is that there is great potential and with some creativity and hard work, they will get there.
by A verified traveler from Utah
It use to be!Posted Jul 10, 2014
Pros: It was in Lava Hot Springs.
Cons: The hot tub outside could be cleaned and new cushions bought. Dirt could be cleaned out of the hot tub.
Location: Mineral hot ponds, tubing down the river, swimming pool. Lots of cafe's and shops. A very cool museum.
It use to be the nicest place in Lava Hot Springs to stay. It is very rundown. Outside the hot tub, the chair covers were ragged,ripped and torn. The chairs were dirty. They hot tub had an inch of dirt in it. Inside the mineral baths had scum on the top. All these conditions could be remedied or fixed with little effort and a few dollars. I wouldn't recommend this hotel to anyone to stay at. Restaurant prices were very high. No one was even dining there.
for Familiesby Mark from Arizona
A comfortable look at the pastPosted Jul 6, 2014 on Hotels.com
The hotel is beautifully renovated allowing one to see what it was like to stay there a hundred years ago but with amenities like air conditioning and a Continental breakfast.
for Couplesby A verified traveler from Texas and Yellowstone
A lovable old inn -- quaint as can be...Posted Jun 25, 2014
Cons: An historic building is always in need of repairs and renovations. There's some peeling paint, and the carpets are rumpled, but it's a labor of love.
Location: The historic hot springs pools at Lava are wonderful, enjoyable in any season. And the river makes a fun romp in the summer. We love Lava!
Some places you just love. They're comfortable, like an old couch that has loads of charm and no pretense. We have stayed at the Riverside at least three times. It's a wrinkled and frumpy old inn, the kind of place old-fashioned, anti-corporate, take-your-time travelers can appreciate and even revel in. It's the kind of place that starts conversations and makes memories. The Riverside is right in the middle of Lava Hot Springs, right on the river, as its name suggests. In mild weather, you can leave your window open and hear the stream close by. You can also hear the trains close by, too, but we love the sound of trains. If you aren't so sure, ear plugs do the trick, but then experienced travelers already know how to take care of themselves in all sorts of accommodations. I think the comfortable feeling of the Riverside makes it a great destination. The self-serve breakfast in the big dining area is a treat, too, as it's more than just the junk carbs of most places -- there are yogurt cups, boiled eggs, and a fridge full of things, good coffee, too, and what a fine space in which to enjoy it all. This is a place where "taking your time" means something.