Fairfield Inn By Marriott Greeley, Colorado

2401 W 29th St, Greeley, CO 80631

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Fairfield Inn & Suites Greeley
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  • Business89
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    I stayed at this hotel for a week on business and the room was clean and suited my needs, the staff was very friendly and always made sure my needs were met. The warm cookies that were at the front desk during the evenings were a great treat. Since I was working nights the staff was accomedating in making sure my room was cleaned before I was ready to go to bed in the morning. I would definately stay here again.

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Travel Tips for Greeley

Take a stroll through: *...

by jeff.kristin

Take a stroll through: * Glenmere park (14th Ave & 19th St.), * Bittersweet park (35th Ave. & 16th St.), * the old part of the university (10th Ave. & 18th St.). Watching meteor showers from outside town.

Greeley, Colorado

by Rich62

"One of the top public model railroads in the U.S."

Its called the "Greeley Freight Station Museum" and it has to be seen to be believed. Its located at 680 10th St. and the phone number is970-392-2934. See my "things to do" tips below for more photos.

"Exterior shot of the building"

This is the museum.

Greeley is located east on Loveland on highway 34, and is between Denver and Cheyenne, Wyoming, on highway 85.

"The University"

Greeley is also home to the University of Northern Colorado, long considered the premier teacher education school in the state.

See my "things to do" tips below for more photos taken on campus.

this is life , so take a big wiff.

by peachitish


Greeley........what to say about greeley. hmmmm, well.......first of this is where i am living temporarily. i am a sophmore opera major here at the university of northern colorado.Yay. i have to say that it is quite an enjoyable experience, aside from the smell. there was a bit of a culture shock moving here, mostly because i have never expeirienced any kind of direct racism before. that is not saying that the entire state of colorado or greeley for that matter is racist, just that there are a few people who are intolerent for anyone that is not white. but being up here has some great moments.
greeeley has many good things about it. for example, the arts program is largely student based but good never the less, many restaraunts are reasonibly priced as well as having some "diversions" wich are creatively thoughtup by the students. more on that when i get to write when it is not one ocklock in the morning. hope things are going well for everyone.

"yum yum time."

probably not the way to move to the next topic, but that is ok. so being in college, food stands at the center of our lives. it seems t be everything, and since there is not much else going on, it s the favorite past time activity. i can't remeber all of the details but will edit things as i go.
first off, carragio's. located on 8th street and 17th ave, they are
one of the best new york style italian restaurants i have ever been to( this is including going to italy, and new york.) run by a new york family, the owner has a certain hospitable roughness to him. ( not a trait that most american west coasters are used to, but surprisingly enjoyable) every friday night they put on a buffet that is to die for, especialy if you are a poor college student. with fresh made chocolate chip cannolies, shrimp and what seems like endless entrees, it is a feast that will delight even the pickiest of eaters. they get five thumbs up.
next is the japanese restaurant Echo. located on 8th street and 17th, the serve udon and many other foriegn delectables that are hard to come by in greeley. 3 thumbs up.
Roma's, an easy italian restaurant, is great. good for home-made pizza's, custome ordered, and a layed back college enviroment. 2 thumbs up.
no one can talk about food here in town, and not mention margies. ths coffee shop beats as the little caffinated heart of town. serving any kind of coffee, tea, and other cafe beverage you can think of, including personalized drinks to anyones preference, they are the best for a pick me up cup of yum. run by mostly students in the performing and viual arts school, dur to the fact that it facesthe building in which we live, entertainment, and lively conversation are always and option. On tuesday nights, there is a jazz jam that will rock your socks off, and other concerts are a frequent run in. life is definately better with a grasshopper(mint and chocolate steamed with milk, wierd but wonderful)in your hand.a full 5 thumbs up.

Not as bad as they say!

by Neillb

Having visited the place twice, I have to say it is a good enough place to visit & nothing like as bad as some of the "Locals" have said on these pages. OK so I do not like the newly imposed smoking ban.. it does seem pointless when about the only way to get around is to drive... who pollutes most, smokers or cars? Apart from that, it is a good base to explore from, has most things you need & the people are fine. Even if you are just passing through, it is worth stopping over for a while.

Greeley: "All-America City"

by Forsberg21

"You'll know it by the smell"

Greeley, Colorado was named an All-America City in 1989. I'm not sure what the criteria was for naming it an "All-America City," but there's a little sign coming in from the west letting you know that Greeley has held the title before.

And before you make a smart comment, no, I'm not a fan of Ft. Collins. In fact, Ft. Collins is a little too close to Greeley for my taste. It would be ludicrous to think that Ft. Collins would need a former Greeley resident to write a travel page bashing Greeley in order to bring it more tourism, industry, citizens or whatnot. Ft. Collins doesn't need any more advertising than it already has in the fact that it is just a nicer city than Greeley, and people go there because of that.

But like I said, Ft. Collins is too close to Greeley for my taste, not just geographically but politically and socially. Someone who thinks they're smart made a comment below telling me to leave if I don't like it there. Well, obviously they didn't read close enough; I have left, and happy to have left. Greeley is not the place for someone with an open mind.

Consider this: Greeley is partially in its position (that is, economically inferior to Ft. Collins) because the choice was made by whatever powers that be when I-25 was created that Greeley would not want to be part of the I-25 corridor. Instead, I-25 was built closer to Ft. Collins. Whichever geniuses thought of turning down access to basically the rest of the state pretty much screwed over immediate growth for the Greeley area, and to this day Greeley is still hurting from this decision.

In addition to that, Greeley city council members have been known in past years to make negative commentary about other well-populated, economically-successful areas such as Lower Downtown Denver (aka LoDo), such as, "We don't want Greeley to turn into another LoDo." You don't want what, a decent economy? Local business to thrive? Typical of the Greeley attitude.

(this section is still under construction so come back soon!)


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Address: 2401 W 29th St, Greeley, CO 80631