Super 8 Montrose
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TravelPod Member ReviewsSuper 8 Montrose
This is probably the nicest Super 8 we've ever stayed in (and we've stayed in quite a few, as this is one of our go-to chains when we are just passing by and don't want anything expensive). The hotel is either new or newly remodeled, and both public areas and private rooms are clean, attractive, and nicely furnished Hotel staff is very helpful--someone had broken off a plug in the outlet in the desk lamp, and the staff was eager and prompt to get it fixed. The maid did a good job and did not ignore our indications that we would reuse towels and sheets. I can recommend this hotel highly if you want this class of property.
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Spent the day at the Black Canyon of the Gunnison, which is a huge, very deep (1750 feet at the "shallow" end and 2700 feet at its deepest), very narrow canyon which was formed from tectonic uplift, volcanic action, and erosion over centuries. Here, the erosion of the sandstone has been complete, and what is left is the hard rock from 1.8 billion …
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