In Western Colorado, Grand Junction offers a rich variety of things to do. Whether you're coming to visit wine country, dig for dinosaurs, encounter ancient cultures, shop, enjoy nature's bounty, soak in the views of the canyons, or a little bit of everything, you will find an array of Grand Junction accommodations to suit your needs and budgets.
Grand Junction hotels, motels, bed-and-breakfast inns, campgrounds, lodges,
cabins, and condo rentals offer something for everyone. Those who want to stay
downtown will find several lodging providers close to the shops, restaurants,
outdoor sculptures, and attractions in the historic center of town. The Hawthorne
Suites Hotel (pictured), adjacent to the Two Rivers Convention Center, offers
its guests comfortable rooms with modern amenities, deluxe buffet breakfasts,
shuttle service, and an evening social hour.
Some of the rooms at the downtown Hampton Inn offer plush king beds, and all of the 80 rooms provide a comfortable retreat after a day spent exploring. Both of these Grand Junction hotels are located within 10 miles of many attractions, such as white-water rafting on the Colorado River, wine country, favorite places for rock climbing, and the Colorado National Monument.
The Residence Inn is a perfect choice for those looking for extended-stay Grand Junction hotels. The smoke-free rooms are designed for longer stays, with full kitchens, separate places for working and sleeping, and free Internet access. The staff is available 24 hours a day to make sure that guests have what they need to feel at home.
The collection of Grand Junction motels provides comfortable places to stay
that won't break the bank. Many are located close to Interstate 70, perfect
for those making road trips between Denver
and Salt Lake City. The
options for cheap lodging in Grand Junction won't require that visitors give
anything up. They'll find a nice room, knowledgeable employees, pools, and many
times, free breakfasts.
One of the Grand Junction motels along I-70, Country Inns of America features 140 guestrooms with king- and queen-sized beds. And with the outdoor swimming and wading pools, a free continental breakfast, and the Hideaway Lounge, guests will find plenty of amenities here.
Grand Junction motels also include familiar names, such as the Quality Inn, Motel 6, and La Quinta. Many of these places are smart choices for cheap lodging in Grand Junction, because these chains are known for value and reward programs, which can lead to free stays.
For another one of the value-friendly Grand Junction motels, small does not mean guests have to sacrifice comfort. The Prospector Inn has clean, comfortable king- and queen-sized rooms, a free shuttle to the airport or train station, and a staff that takes pride in offering great service and great rates.
Travelers also can consider the timing of their trips when looking for cheap lodging in Grand Junction. As with many agricultural areas, spring and fall can be a lovely time to visit, and also one of the cheaper times. The ski resorts in other parts of the state fill up quickly in winter, precisely the time with many Grand Junction properties are offering the best rates.