Rated 5 out of 5 by Michelle58 Great stay at very clean, nice place
This was much better than I expected. The room was beautiful and comfortable. The kitchen was spacious and well equipped. Beds were very comfortable, fine sheets and pillows. I would come later in the year and ski here for sure. Couldn't eat much--everything was closed.
November 17, 2014
Rated 2 out of 5 by Burk1996 Should have been more accommodating
The 30 day cancellation period isn't quite fair. You are responsible for the entire room fee if you cancel for any reason within the 30 day window of your stay. We had ten guys staying in five rooms for a six day ski trip. One person dropped out at the last minute due to a family emergency leaving his roommate solely responsible for the room fee. Upon arrival we attempted to cancel the reservation on one room and upgrade another to a two bedroom suite which could accommodate three people. The only way that was possible for the Sheraton was to combine both room fees and charge an upgrade fee of $1000.00. They wouldn't simply cancel the reservation on one room, charge the upgrade fee on another and allow us to split the cost equally between three. It never made since and was foolish on the Sheraton's part not to offer the proper solution. To many great places to stay in Steamboat and won't stay at the Sheraton again.
February 10, 2012
Rated 2 out of 5 by Summit Great place to stay- EXCEPT closing weekend
We have stayed at this location several times and it has been satisfactory. The one exception is that closing weekend of the mountain they will not so kindly kick you out of your room at noon sharp. Mind you skiing goes until 4, platinum late check-out is 4 and there are still concerts happening at the base of the mountain. This left us scrambling last year mid-day and we had to put out dog in the car instead of the comfortable hotel room. The guilt then had us leave town early and not stay to enjoy the concerts. I was really disappointed when I just called to see if this is the case again this year and it is.
Steamboat Sheraton, PLEASE consider your guests and allow people to stay in their rooms until 4pm. Your tagline when you call is 'where you don't stay, you belong.' I have never felt less welcome at a Starwood property and am very disappointed that appears to be the case again. Would 4 more hours being open really be that difficult to arrange instead of kicking everyone out then not coming back until Monday to start the 5-week cleaning process? Our reservation is already made but I assure you we will not stay in this location again for closing weekend. The customer service is forgotten about come noon time on Sunday.
April 8, 2013
Rated 4 out of 5 by tcnew2 Nice hotel, but rude staff
I went with a group of my friends as we have every year for probably a decade. We love the Sheraton and the town of Steamboat Springs.
This time; however, not only was the hot tub down and out, but they have hired a new guy by the name of Bob. Bob has some role with the security team, but his sole mission is to make sure there are no beers in the common areas of the hotel. So not only can't you relax with a cold one at the hot tub, but you cant be anywhere with a beer outside of your hotel room.
Bob is rude and clearly high on his powerful role as Sheraton security.
Bob told one guest to not come back and another to go back to Utah. Then told everyone to report him to his GM.
I would call and ask if Bob is still working here before I would book at the Sheraton in Steamboat Springs, there are plenty of other resorts in the area to put up with him.
January 22, 2013
Rated 4 out of 5 by JTFree Super location!
We enjoyed our stay at this hotel last weekend. There is some work happening out in the front courtyard so you currently enter from the public parking garage and a temporary walkway that brings you in by the meeting rooms. We understand that you can only get this done in the "off season" and it was just a minor inconvenience. Great location right next the the gondola and the ski hill is right out front. Breakfast in the morning was very good at "Sevens". Really liked the half order option.
October 6, 2014
Rated 3 out of 5 by chipset5280 Romantic Weekend?
My wife and I decided to stay here to get away and unwind a little. We didn't know, but the hotel had booked at least part of a junior la-cross team/tournament for the same weekend. The hotel was fine, nice hot tubs, good food, comfortable room. But our fellow guests were less than desirable. Throughout the lobby and everywhere outside were boys throwing and swinging la-cross sticks, and despite calling the front desk multiple times, we were treated to kids running up and down the halls screaming and banging on people's doors. Namely ours... Considering it's such a fine place; I'd still recommend it, but it would have been much more enjoyable for us had we been on a different floor or different wing.
May 26, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Orion007 Great One Night Layover
We normally stay at the Sheraton Steamboat during ski season every year as a destination resort. However, last week on our way to Provo, Utah, we stayed at the Sheraton as an overnight stop. It was superb for this purpose - very easy access off US40, dog friendly which is important to us since we travel with our lab, and the same suberb service and rooms we have always loved at this hotel. Starwood members should keep this hotel in mind if you're traveling through Steamboat Springs and need a place to stop.
July 21, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by shovino Great Hotel -BUT!
The Resort, Service or Staff could not be better. Buyer be ware. This is a Pet Friendly Resort. I did not take this as a warning. They need to decide if they are running a hotel or a Kennel. I don't need my crotch smelled or hand licked in the elevator. I dont want to wonder if a dog slept in my bed the night before. I resent having to move over in the hall for a dog as we pass each other. I dont like my car tires watered by other guest cute pets. It is a good showcase for the "haves" to flaunt their pets and put on display the better life they are able to provide than a lot of working American families can provide for Americas young children.
August 11, 2014