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We've previously stayed at the Paper Valley Hilton, and were pleased with our decision to jump across the street to this little boutique. ALL of the staff was gracious, efficient and knowledgeable, the hotel and room were immaculate, and the bed was super comfy for a great night's rest with effective black-out curtains. The restaurant, Rye, is what pulled us to the hotel for this stay; we had dinner there on our last trip and it was worth a return visit.
I have stayed several weeks at CopperLeaf as I have been working in thr area for the past 2 months. The large hot tub downstairs is relaxing, the fitness room definitely serves the purpose and the restaurant has some delicious food! The most important amenities for me are the jetted tub and faux fireplace in the room, which are perfect after a long work day. I would definitely recommend CopperLeaf and will be back to stay!!
Nice Hotel - Employees were friendly. Just watch for the charges. They place snacks and drinks in the room. I was charged for snacks. I brought my own food with me for a 4 day stay. Parking is $6 per day if you pay at the garage. The hotel said you can place it on the room. I agreed. She forgot to tell me the charge $8 per day.
Very nice hotel. Located right in the heart of downtown Appleton. Walking distance to the arts center, museums, and more. Lots of dining options close by, including one in the same building as the hotel, and fun places to hang out all around the area. Parking is in a city garage behind the hotel and was only $6 for the night. The hotel is nice, clean, and the staff was exceptionally polite and helpful. The room was well-kept, clean, and quiet. The bed was nice and comfortable. The room was on the small side compared to other hotels, but the quality of everything made up for the smaller space. It was perfect for the 2 of us. We had a very nice stay for an overnight visit to Appleton. We will definitely return.
Shawn, the guest service representative, was very welcoming, gracious, and professional. She welcomed us with a wonderful smile, which is always appreciated when checking-in to a hotel! She recognized us a Best Western Rewards members and provided two complimentary bottles of water. Nice! Peter, the General Manager, put forth extra effort to accommodate our early arrival request. Thank you, Peter! Karter, provided a pleasant departure, inquiring about the quality of our stay. The two-room suite was spacious, comfortable, and well appointed. We mentioned, relatively last-minute, that we were bringing our 8# teddy bear dog, Willa, (Bichon Frise/Shih Tzu Mix). We were accommodated with a room for pets. Willa was treated like a queen with a wonderful pet bed, ceramic water and food bowls, dog treats. Wonderful! We had a wonderful lunch at the Copper Rock Coffee Co, 1/2 block away on College Ave. Willa enjoyed walks to Jones Park, only a block away. All in all, a great stay.
Luxury all the way! The only convenient Mile of Music place to headquarter without a carnival atmosphere going on in the lobby. My fifth MILE and I have already secured a reservation for August 2024.
Very attentive to your needs and Wants Our go to place in Appleton. Very clean and Organizedrestaurants Are within walking distance. With a great 1 right next door. There's a parking garage right nearby. Which makes the whole stay very convenient.
The floor was wet from condensation, I'm presuming, by the utility in the corner of the bedroom. We had 4 people on the booking and room only had one washcloth and 2 hand towels when we arrived. The pull out sofa mattress was absolutely horrible. Could feel the bars entirely through the thin worn out mattress. Did not sleep well at all due to the uncomfortable bars and mattress. Nobody booking a 300 dollar a night room should have to sleep on such a crappy mattress.
I stayed there with 2 friends. I booked a room for 4 people. The room had a musty smell and there was mold on the walls!! The "queen "sofa bed barely fit 1 person and had no real mattress so felt like sleeping directly on bed springs! And we weren't allowed to bring in our own drinks.
Last minute stay and had no clue where I wanted to go and usually it's an IHG or Hilton property. This happened to pop up on my screen and once I read the reviews, I decided to stay here instead. I'm really glad I did. Beautiful hotel. You do have to pay parking to the city if you park on the parking deck behind the hotel but it's only around $6/day. From the check-in experience, eating at the attached restaurant which was fabulous to the comfort of the beds and furnishings in the room, it was a spectacular stay. There's even robes in the room too. Loved it. Will be back.
Everything was great. Desk staff superp. Housekeeping gets an A +. Thank you for making our 2 day stay so enjoyable. Parking is very easy too. Great location with bars and restaurants near by. Lobby bar.
Staff was incredibly rude. The hotel was very dirty literally garbage in our garbage bin. And went to turn the faucet on and the handle falls off. To top it off a friend woke up with bug bits all over! Do not stay here!
Had one day of business to do in Appleton traveling from Los Angeles. Hotel staff was great. Made it easy. Local places Jim‘s place is a throwback to another era. Cleo's has amazing old fashions. McFleshmans brewing was dedicating the Houdini mirror when I was there and I caught a short comedy show from local celebrity Dan Davies. The whole thing was a trip.
We usually like to do things spur of the moment. Therefore we usually choose somewhere local and trusted. The Copperleaf never dissapoints. Dinner at RYE and cocktails at their upper bar. Every now and then we will take advantage of the spa. Downtown Appleton always has fun stuff to do as well.
This hotel is low cost, but very elegant and accommodating, which is nice when you're looking on a budget! My boyfriend and I stayed here and had a date night. There's a bar and spa inside. I loved that the hot tub was on a lower floor to allow quiet and privacy. It also was open at all hours. The room was very clean and there's many snack or drink options. The tub had whirlpool jets and was amazing! There's a parking garage next door, so your vehicle will be safe and weather protected. There's multiple restaurants, bars and stores within walking distance. It was a lovely hotel and just one perfect memory of our night.
Loved this hotel! Room was great. Nice selection types of rooms. Great location in fun Downtown Appleton. Will make reservations for The Rye Restaurant ahead next time as they were booked up. Already booked next stay here!
Nice property with a 24 hr whirlpool, however this was our second stay here and the whirlpool was not hot and the quarter level was low. This was brought up to the front desk and never resolved and we were met with rude front desk staff/management.
Without a doubt, this is the best place around town. It is clean, organized, over the top amazing. Everything about staying here was great. Access to the 24/7 hot tub in the spa area was a huge hit with my husband as well. I couldn't say enough great things about this place, and it's so close to walk to grab dinner and drinks. Will be coming back again and again. The price is one of the best around, and you'd expect something semi-good, but you receive EXCELENT.
This is a very nice hotel. I wish the whirlpool issue was told to me in person and asked if it mattered. I could not get a room with one. Also someone's dog barked in the hallway. Over all it was clean and the bed was comfy. Did not experience any other issues.
Copper Leaf was not only a beautiful place to stay, the service was top notch! Located in the heart of Appleton and near some of the best restaurants, bars and entertainment, this has now become my "go to" place to stay!
Helpful staff, comfortable and clean room, all amenities worked well. The rooms are comfortable enough to come relax or do additional work after any daytime excursions. Great location in downtown Appleton, close to event centers, museums, restaurants, etc. if you want to explore. Didn't utilize the lounge or the restaurant but both seemed like they would be great.
This Hotel has many amenities with restaurants right outside its front door with a fantastic in house Restaurant called THE RYE. Multiple sports bars also with the convention center right next door. Great location
The hotel is very nice and loved the room. Parking is an issue but thankfully we didn't have to come and go. Bar closes at 10 kinda hard to have a night cap unless you pay a ridiculous amount for a drink in the room.
We stayed here the night of our wedding. We received a congratulations card with a bottle of wine to celebrate our wedding where it left us feeling like family! The room was beyond clean and welcoming and the beds were extremely comfortable! I wish we were staying there all week!
Checking the box for a bucket list item. My family and I wanted to see the Greenbay Packers play at Lambeau Field. Stayed at Copperleaf Boutique Hotel and Spa. It was about 30 minutes (without game day traffic)to Lambeau. Rooms were clean, large, and had fireplaces. Great location for walking around Appleton, WI. Everyone was super nice and helpful. Would definitely recommend this hotel.
Check in was good we loved the room. We had the jacuzzi tub and it was fantastic. We would defiantly recommend staying here. Close to restaurants and night life. park in the parking ramp behind the hotel.
We stayed at Copperleaf in Appleton for a wedding celebration nearby. It was clean, had high quality amenities and was roomy and comfortable. There was one safety hazard that injured our toddler - the wooden covering for the air conditioner was not secured to the wall and ended up falling on top of him when he grabbed it to steady himself. That was a bit scary as it fell on his neck and caused a large bruise and a bit of blood. Hoping Copperleaf can take that into consideration since families stay in their rooms - as a precaution. Other than that we definitely had a great stay.
We stayed in the king suite for our mini honey moon and enjoyed the spa, jacuzzi, and rye for dinner, everything was absolutely amazing. We enjoyed our stay 100%. It was great that everything was right close by. My only suggestion would be a small convenience store or a spot to get snacks and drinks in the hotel.
Convenient location to area venues for our stay. Within walking distant to all of the events planned for our stay. Extremely friendly front desk staff! Miss the complimentary cookies that were provided years ago.
Beautiful hotel and experience. Fantastic service. Everything was a TEN! Complimentary wine to help us celebrate our 40th Anniversary. Dinner at Rye. Walking distance to bars and entertainment. Fabulous!
A very comfortable bed. The hotel was quiet but there was some noise from the street. Our room was next to the street but most rooms are not. Nicely furnished and spacious. No free parking but it was only $7.
Clean, nice room, for my wife and myself in downtown Appleton, WI. Close to shops and restaurants in Downtown. Paid parking ramp behind the hotel; requested hotel to change my ticket to multiple "in and outs" for $7 per day vs. one time entry and pay. Would recommend this hotel for a change of pace vs standard national chain hotels.
We've stayed here many times over the years when it was not part of Best Western. We have to say that the hotel is going downhill. Dark rooms, poor lighting and our toilet paper holder just fell off the wall. The bed was decent and the staff was pleasant. The hotel is attached to Rye Restaurant which is a nice feature. Must say we were disappointed and will look for a different property to stay next time we're in the area.
Staff not accommodating to customer requests. Staff not knowledgeable about reservation systems. Poor customer service. Early checkout time if 11am is ver inconvenient to travel plans. Parking in detached garage not convenient and no discounted rate for hotel guests.
I booked a very expensive room with a whirlpool. My partner and I used it for less than an hour, we over filled it a little bit and used all our towels to clean up some water that made it to the floor. They are trying to bill almost 500 dollars
Average High cost. If you need your skin dried out, the bedding will help with that. The Water temp should go higher than Room temp. Wonderful view if you want to look at construction and a wall. The value simply isn't there for what I was charged.
Staff is amazing but our room was not completely clean. We found some random garbage that someone else left behind. Which was really gross. It's also good to note that if you get delivery that our delivery driver was sent to a random different location down the street. Mattresses are a bit hard.
I like smaller hotels that are walkable. While the rooms are on the small side they are furnished very nicely and have all the amenities. Staff was great and the adjoining restaurant The Rye was phenomenal.
Great hotel in downtown Appleton- awesome customer service. Use this hotel on every business trip when traveling there for work. Used others in the past but they seem to go above and beyond to insure that your stay is always enjoyable.
The location is excellent, it is located downtown Appleton so it is an easy walk to the local bars and restaurants. The hotel is beautiful and the staff were all friendly and welcoming. We will be staying there again!
The room itself was very clean and nicely decorated, the employees were kind and helpful. Its a great location if you had plans to go down college avenue and shop or if you were going to the preforming arts center. I was pretty satisfied with the room itself when it came to space and decore, one of the faucets in the bathroom were crooked (it worked just looked funny) and the Alexa was broken(which i wouldn't have minded but it was advertised as an amenity) There was construction on the building next door so when i opened my curtains the view wasnt very good. All and all it was a pretty pleasant stay just definitely not worth $210. Note: you need to park in the parking structure behind the hotel and pay to park, be careful if your coming and going out of it later at night there were homeless people sleeping in one of the elevators and i did see used needles in one of the corners
The staff and service is always exceptional, and the rooms are clean and beautiful. We are never disappointed- we utilised the midweek special and had a great, relaxing stay and enjoyed the gift certificate to the Rye that came with.
Traveled to Appleton with friends for my birthday. Staff was polite, helpful and so fun to chat with. I guess we left an impression with our St. Patrick's Day/birthday shenanigans, but the Copper Leaf staff was very good to us!
I booked this hotel for an overnight stay to go to the theater. It was really nicely located near the theater. The room was comfortable and event came with a jetted tub! It was an amenity I was not anticipating. Will definitely stay here again!
I was pretty disappointed in the lack of effort from the hotel in prepping our room for the package. I called to confirm and even got a call to confirm the package and nothing was ready for us. We had to call the front desk to tell them the wine and chocolates were missing after we were told it would be waiting for us in our room. The next day we went to have our massage and they had no information that we were doing the package with the hotel. The agent had to call the front desk to verify. I was then questioned 3 times if there was a voucher in the room and I explained nothing was there when we got there and had to call to get it sorted out. I then proceeded to wait in the spa for 15 minutes as they had to run it down to the spa. I understand these are little things however it really made the experience annoying. When I called to inquire how to ensure things would go smoothly by setting up the package I was basically told to just book it like normal and put info in the notes which was what I did. Then when we checked in they mentioned everything was ready in our room which nothing was. Then we called down to advise our room wasn't ready- they forgot the voucher which lead to almost double paying at the spa. Super irritating.
Not really a boutique hotel, just a better looking Best Western. It's the nosiest hotel I have ever stayed in. I would not recommend this hotel if your looking for a relaxing experience. Rooms are small, noise level is high but the location is good.
The Copperleaf is always my go-to place when staying in Appleton on business and when traveling with my customers. The location can not be beat. The staff is always efficient and helpful, ready to serve as needed. The rooms are clean and up-to-date with décor and amenities. The attached Rye Restaurant is an outstanding place for cocktails or dinner.
My wife and I scheduled a last-minute mini-vacation to the CopperLeaf. We chose this location for the Spa as well. We arrived and were immediately given our room, a silver suite with a whirlpool tub in the room. The room was very nice with a small sitting room upon entry. It had a couch, footrests, work station, and an area with a refrigerator, microwave, coffee machine, and plenty of glassware for water or wine. The bathroom was large with a walk-in shower. The bedroom had a very comfortable king-sized bed with an electric fireplace, TV, and whirlpool tub. I found the staff to be wonderful and helpful. The hotel does not have its own parking lot but there is a city parking structure right next to it. It only costs $5 for 4 hours and up. We parked there every evening with no issues. It was a very short walk from the parking entrance to the side entrance of the hotel. Maybe 30 steps. There is an adequate fitness center and a large jacuzzi on the lower level. They are open 24/7. All this for what I considered a very fair price. I will be planning a repeat trip to spend a bit more time at the spa on the lower level and will definitely stay here again.
Stayed at the hotel and then enjoyed the Spa next day. Wonderful experience. Everyone was very helpful for our first time there. Felt like we knew the place by the time we were both done. Definitely would go back.
We chose this hotel because of walking distance to the Fox Cities Performing Arts Center. The hotel charges you in excess of your booked rate rather than holding your credit card for add'l charges at checkout. I called when my card app notified me I was charged an excess of $80. Hotel said they will refund in 7-10 business days. I used the key to open the refrigerator. I hope they don't charge for that! When I called to question the excess charge the supervisor frequently talked over me. I suggested they advise patrons upon check in and the supervisor told me I agreed to the excess charge when I signed the check in paperwork. I got the impression I'm not the first to be unhappy about it and the supervisor's behavior of talking over me indicated she didn't care I was unhappy. Stay somewhere else. You have to park in the ramp either way and pay the parking fee. It's not included in your stay. When I asked why they didn't tell me at check in I could save $ on parking during our stay they replied they don't say anything because the don't want to undermine the city who owns the ramp.
This is a lovely hotel in a great location. Be aware, some of the desk personnel are prickly. In the past we have been thrilled with our stay. Recently we had some difficulty getting service on a broken item. Our king sized bed needed to be upgraded. Choose your room carefully (check the bed) and you will love your stay here.
If you are looking for a great place to stay and eat in Appleton look no further. My wife and I stayed here and the food was great at the Rye (bar and restaurant) in the same building as the hotel. We will definitely be back.
Nice place to stay right down town. There was no parking to the hotel so we had to park in a ramp and walk to hotel which was not great as it was cold out. During our stay their bar and restaurants were closed but we went to a pub down the street and they were great
Everything was above my expectations and the staff were SO professional AND kind. They were welcoming, and accommodating. The room was clean, high end furniture, and bedding. Well worth every penny that was spent there!
My sister's and I stayed here for the experience of the boutique hotel and also that it was very close to the PAC where we went to see Wicked. Awesome stay! Large whirlpool in the spa was very nice and open 24/7. Nice that it was a place with no pool and geared more towards grownups only. Nearby boutique shopping and quaint restaurants. Highly recommend Authors Kitchen and Bar for breakfast!
Stayed for one night while going to the PAC for Wicked, everyone was very friendly, hotel was very clean...only disappointment was they didn't include a breakfast with your stay. Parking was little confusing to figure out. Rooms were very clean and comfortable. Will stay there again for sure,
We came down for Wicked at the PAC. We were a group of 4 sisters and a friend and we had a blast. Wish the bar and restaurant were open but understand it was a Sunday. Our suite was very nice and our handicap room was perfect.
The staff was very helpful and friendly, our room was very comfortable, serene surroundings - all located in the center of lively downtown Appleton! Hustle and bustle outside - calm and relaxing inside - I wish we could have stayed longer!
The suite we stayed in was beautiful. The location is great for downtown Appleton. Though we did not use the spa this trip, I would be excited to return for a spa package. We have eaten at RYE previously and the food is always delicious.
Love that the hotel is on the strip. Everything(bars, restaurants, performing arts centers, breweries) are all within walking distance. Parking ramp behind hotel. $5/day. Cozy room with fireplace. Comfy bed and pillows.
Hotel in walking distance to Lawrence University & lots of downtown shops & locally-owned restaurants. Parking garage next door $5 per day ($7 if you want in & out priveleges). Make sure to enjoy the farmer's market if you're there on a Saturday morning - they close a couple blocks down, & lots of locally made items for good prices, such as embroidered tea towels & street-fair food trucks.
Lovely hotel. Wonderfully helpful staff. Great great great restaurant. Menu was amazing and the food was top drawer. We'd definitely repeat. Centrally located. Parking next door in ramp. Didn't make use of Spa, but would do in the future.
We got the suite. Loved it. Couldn't hear the other guests like you can in other hotels. Great location downtown. Staff was very friendly. Loved the style, for couples our same age, was a little fancy
Decor was a little above average. It's definitely not a "boutique hotel" experience like advertised online. Price was high for what you get. The "massage" was a joke. Room was SMALL. It's on a noisy street, so sleep quality wasn't great either.
My S/O and I decided to take a mini vacay through Wisconsin and stayed at several hotels. This was the best hotel by far, we did not want to leave. Central to many restaurants and unique stores. We will definitely be back!
Best hotel I ever went to so far. My fiance and I was so surprised on how well the hotel was kept clean and very relaxing. Sound proof rooms hottub in room was so amazing. The front desk clerk was super nice and always willing to help us with what we needed. I give this hotel a 100% and will recomend this hotel to all my friends and family. WILL be comming back again. Love this hotel just so amazing.
Hotel is beautiful, front desk staff is impecable, and is unique! Being able to dine outside at the Rye Restaurant connected to hotel was delicious and unique. There is a spa I will try next time when I have more time.
The Copperleaf was a nice hotel, clean, fairly quiet and they can add unlimited parking to your bill which was a very nice option for us. We stayed because the hotel is downtown Appleton which was perfect for our three night stay. Our king room was a bit tight but big enough for the two of us. We would like to have the option for breakfast but being downtown finding some place to eat isn't an issue.
Everything was great and impressive. Because it's on college Ave the street noise is a little loud. Wish I would have turned white noise on the Alexa to drown it out but didn't think of that until morning. Parking was easier than expected and everything at the hotel was top notch. Walking distance to so much fun stuff. Was the perfect night away from the kids. Highly recommend for a quick night away if local.
What a lovely hotel! Beautiful room, excellent service, we highly recommend it. The staff was wonderful. I wish we had known to make a dinner reservation in advance. We didn't think of that, so we had to miss the restaurant, and it looked like it was great.
This was an absolutely beautiful hotel right in the center of town. The room was beautifully decorated and the beds were incredibly comfortable. It also has a lovely lobby and is nearby to many things in Appleton. I would say it might be the crown jewel of the city's hotels!
My wife and I recently spent a couple of days in Appleton for cycling and sightseeing. We found the Copperleaf to be the perfect spot for us. Staff is friendly and helpful, rooms were clean and comfortable, hot tub was great, location terrific and parking very reasonable.
Warm and friendly staff greeted us and the Rye restaurant had incredible food. Highly recommend staying. Hotel is located down town and within walking distance to a variety of stores and the performing arts center.
Got the platinum room. Fireplace didn't work just buzzed. When we called and the guy came to look at it, he told us just to not turn it on. Everyone else was super friendly but disappointed we paid for that room and the fireplace didn't even work..
My husband and I took a weekend away at the Copperleaf. The staff was great, rooms and facilities were very clean, but the bed was like sleeping on the floor. I expected better from such a nice hotel.
Traffic noise was awful till after 2 a.m. I wish we were forewarned. Beautiful hotel otherwise. We didn't use bar or restaurant but they were busy. Room was very clean and convenient being right downtown.
My partner and I stayed one night Saturday over Sunday hoping for a nice romantic getaway. Parking in a parking garage after dark was dreadful. Seriously, 7 dollars for parking for a night in the hotel? Make it free for your guests and watch the satisfaction go up. The room itself was dusty; bed sheets were old and worn out. The blanket and mirror had stains. The fitness center was closed. I looked forward to using it, and was disappointed we weren't notified about it before or at least during the check in. Supposedly relaxing time in the whirlpool was ruined by a group of 6 very drunk and very loud people who brought alcohol and speaker with loud music with them. At night we were woken up by some people yelling at each other in the hallway. Again, no intervention from the staff. The person in the next room had a horrible cough, and the thin walls just couldn't contain the noise. We had an impression we're staying in a cheap motel. This place is overpriced, overrated, and too far away from the mall.
Excellent Customer Service, Rooms clean, and bed was clean. The only set back was the rooms don't offer Netflix, old school cable telelvision. More towels could have been available in the suite.The overall aperance was clean and open, staff was friendly and out going. Parking ramp is behind building easy to enter and exit the main highway downtown Appleton. The parking ramp meters are aweful to use with a credit card, the machines don't read your cards.
Stayed here for two nights while on business. Attached restaurant (Rye) is absolutely fantastic, but small so get a reservation if you're going to eat during peak times. Motel smelled like vanilla cake throughout, room was clean and looked brand new. Staff was friendly and always greeted me. Site is a 5 min walk distance from a nice coffee shop, several bars/restaurants. Common areas are immaculate. Only reasons I gave it 4 stars: -Parking next door at a covered garage and is $5 for more than 4 hours of parking which is cheap, but would be nice if included in room rate. -Towels were almost abrasive instead of being softer. -Fireplace (artificial) made noises when I turned it on that sounded like the fan bearings were going out and it didnt generate any heat. -No included breakfast, but given COVID restrictions, I dont blame them.
From check-in to check-out the stay was wonderful. My husband and I were looking for a small get-away and this was the perfect place. We drove 2 hours for one night, the room was clean and a nice size. We stayed in the silver suite and well worth it. I would stay here again.
The rooms were beautiful, staff amazing . Only downfall is parking is off site and a little miserable in winter months . Valet options at this hotel for guests? ( if allowed by city?) I still would stay again having stated this .. just not as often as I may otherwise.
This was the hubby's and I second year spending our wedding anniversary here. We love the Ultimate Indulgence package, which includes a couples massage and this is the big draw for us. We are parents to an amazing toddler so we can't getaway often, so when it comes to our wedding anniversary this is the perfect staycation.
This was our first stay at Copperleaf and we had a great experience. The staff was so friendly and helpful, the rooms were clean, spacious, and had wonderful amenities, and we loved the lounge areas. We walked anywhere we went for the weekend and never had to take the car anywhere. We also ate at Rye and booked massages at BenMarNicos Spa and both were just as wonderful. We felt that the prices were very reasonable considering the quality of everything. We plan to come back for another weekend getaway.
My wife and I spent a night here for our anniversary. The property was absolutely gorgeous and the front desk staff was very friendly and helpful. The room was a bit on the cluttered side and there wasn't much room to move around. The bed was also a little on the hard side for our liking. Overall it was a great stay and we will definitely stay again.
Hotel was beautiful and in a great location near restaurants and sites to see. The RYE restaurant that is attached has amazing food! Fitness room and Whirlpool were clean and had newer equipment and weights which was perfect!
We stayed one night at the Copper Leaf to celebrate our 15th wedding anniversary. The staff members were all very friendly and helpful and the hotel and amenities were fantastic. So convenient to have a nice spa and amazing restaurant (Rye) within steps of the elevator. We will definitely be back!
I traveled here for work, but definitely want to come back with my wife - she would appreciate the decor and amenities, especially the large tub in the master in the suite. The area was very nice with lots of restaurants to chose from.
My husband and I were celebrating our 3 year anniversary and both of our birthdays. We booked the Romantic Getaway Package in a Platinum whirlpool fireplace suite and moments after walking into the room, I immediately regretted not booking 2 or 3 nights instead. Beautiful room, so comfortable, luxurious and clean! We'll definitely be back for future birthiversarys!
Loved it would most definitely recommend and stay here over and over we took our dog along with us everyone was nice and our room was absolutely gorgeous. I will be staying again and again. Please book here you will not be disappointed and very reasonable prices.
The Copperleaf is the only place I will stay in Appleton when I am there on business. This hotel always has exceptional service and attention to detail. Some amenities and services have been scaled back, due to COVID-19, but they do everything possible to make sure your stay is pleasant and comfortable. My customers always have great things to say when leaving about how much they like this hotel. Way better than staying at a standard chain hotel.
My wife and I booked a room at the Copperleaf for a staycation, and overall our stay didn't meet our expectations. Good parts: - Great lounge/bar. Drinks were great, bartender was excellent. We did not order food. Drinks and food were a bit pricey ($10 per drink), but hey, staycation, right? - The facility looks very nice and is clean. The lobby was welcoming and tidy, and the room looked nice. - Kind and courteous staff in the lobby. Not So Good Parts: - Our room was only on the 2nd floor, but when we walked into it, it felt like we were on the top floor of the Mall of America. If you get motion sickness, anything above the 1st floor would not be for you. - The bed was very hard, and the pillows were very deflated. I normally sleep pretty soundly, but I woke up a couple of times during the night and was pretty stiff by the morning. - The rooms weren't very well insulated for sound. The people in the room above us turned on their whirlpool and jets from midnight until 2:00 in the morning (which they have every right to do, and that's no big deal). But it was so loud in our room that it kept us up practically the whole time. It sounded like the whirlpool/jets were right next to us, instead of in the room on the next floor. - Lastly, a small thing - you have to pay for overnight parking in the parking ramp. Not a huge deal, but I kind of did a small double take when I found out. Overall I'm glad we gave the Copperleaf a go, but I doubt we'll stay again.
The hotel is beautiful. Room was very nice, and bed was comfortable. The room was very clean! We enjoyed this visit, and it wasn't long enough. We had a room with the fireplace, and it was so cozy! Hot outside, had the A/C turned on, so it was nice and cool, but very 'cozy'.
The staff was super friendly and knowledgeable about the area. The bed was super comfortable. The room was very relaxing. The only negative thing was that we found a wad of hair in the bathroom and a garbage wrapper on the floor, under the bed.
My husband and I stayed in a Silver suite, and all was fine. The hotel was quiet, and the common whirlpool was outstanding. The shower was a bit run down and the parking in a nearby ramp is awkward, but reasonably priced. We would stay here again.
It was a good place to be for a quarantine stay very relaxing to get the mind off the current chaos, having Alexa play our favorites was as enjoyable as the whirlpool bath tub full of bubbles. Very comfortable beds
The location of this hotel makes it stand out. You can walk to just about any location in downtown Appleton. Since you have to pay for parking, leaving the car in the ramp and walking will save you a ton of money. The breakfast should be included in the price of the room since this is not a cheap hotel and the breakfast was the same thing that you get at other hotels for free. Booking online was disappointing & a little deceiving. It said we had a room with a jetted tub. I assumed jacuzzi, as I had stayed at this hotel in the past and had a beautiful suite with a 2 person jacuzzi. This room was a little disappointing in comparison- nothing special. The bathroom tub was jetted. I guess I should've read more carefully.
Great Sevice. Kind and Professional. Entry was clean and tidy with complementary refreshments available Wonderful Food. The Rye was one of our best meals, excellent atmosphere, service was prompt and pleasant.
when I'm in the Appleton/Neenah area, I will always stay at the Copperleaf Hotel! Great friendly staff. All types of restaurants and bars within walking distance to satisfy everyone! the free shuttles back and forth from the airport is a welcome bonus
We loved the options for hotel packages and we chose to enjoy the Relax and Renew package and used for a couples massage. Hotel is upscale, clean, quiet and central to everything in Appleton. We highly recommend and have already discussed making this a yearly trip
One block from performing arts center, surrounded by numerous places for dining, nightlife. Restaurant, bar, hot tub and spa on site. I highly recommend the hotel/wine tasting & cheese board package..
The hotel is well titled —- boutique. Midsized, elegant, highly oriented to hospitality and customer service. Cleanliness and room quality — the basic AND most important to me — is always excellent. The real difference maker at the Copperleaf is their people. So comfortable and welcoming. Great team and great experience.
Very good hotel, and an excellent location. Quiet, clean well kept rooms. Friendly staff. Breakfast was optional, but a good value at $10. Location right downtown can't be beaten. The Internet worked fine. Parking is a bit wonky, you need to go out and around the building, but it worked fine, and was not too much an inconvenience.
This is a nice hotel. I've stayed in a lot of cities, in a lot of hotels. It has nice decor, and the rooms are very clean. Staff is always nice and friendly, mini bar is reasonably priced and theres a lot of stuff in there! Each room has a very nice tub which is pretty awesome too. I recommend staying here.
We live in the Valley but needed a night away, we stayed at the Copperleaf and we really enjoyed our get way. The hotel was very clean and it smelled wonderful. A perfect escape! Walked College Ave and stopped at all the neat shops. A perfect mini vacation but close to home!
The staff was courteous and helpful. The room had a broken fireplace and there was quite a bit of noise outside and inside from 4 to 6 am on our side of the building. The microwave light would was on when we entered he room and did not shut off until we unplugged it. I do not know if these things were corrected since we only stayed one night.
Our first stay at the Copperleaf and I now look forward to more. We came in early for a matinée performance at the PAC and Bill was kind enough to arrange an early check in for us. The room was clean and inviting. It was quiet, comfortable and felt very secure providing us with everything we needed. Parking behind the hotel was convenient and cheap enough ($5). Everything is in walking distance . The staff was welcoming and always professional and courteous. Will definitely will stay here again.
Great gathering place with fireplace and bar. Nicely decorated comfortable beds. Just a beautiful downtown hotel and within walking distance to the performing arts center and shops and restaurants. Beautiful college town
First off, the pillows on the bed are horrible. You cannot sleep on a king sized bed with a pillow made for a 5 year old that goes completely flat the moment you lay your head down on it. Second of all, the TV does not allow you to change the brightness and or screen mode? WTH is that? The TV is do damn bright and right in your face that its nearly impossible to watch it with the lights off while trying to relax and go to bed. This is totally a setting on these TVs (I know since I have the same exact one) BUT ITS BLOCKED?! Thats horrible and should be changeable to the guests liking. THIRD - the AC unit in our room was RIDICULOUSLY loud. It sounded like a jet engine was taking flight right outside the room CONSTANTLY. If we turned it off, it was so ungodly hot in there that we could not sleep. BUT you could not sleep with the unit on... SOOOOO no sleep for me I guess. THIRD (and probably the most horrible on) THE ROOM CLEANING STAFF.... Absolutely horrible and I dont know why they 1. have their job and 2. are allowed to be interacting with guests. We checked in on Sunday, Monday morning they were banging on the door trying to clean the room WITH THE DO NOT DISTURB tag ON THE DOOR! Every morning this happened. We asked to have the bed made without the flat sheet, she made it with 2 flat sheets and tucked it in super freakin tight that you could not move the blankets on the bed. Taking a shower at 9am and here BANG BANG "house keeping open door!" While I was naked and trying to get dresses. Told them one moment please and was met with BANG BANG "open door!". I dont speak much spanish but enough to hear swearing while cleaning my room as I stood in the hallway waiting for them to make my bed that has barley been slept in, BUT APPARENTLY do not disturb doesnt mean anything at this hotel. Absolutely horrible and left a very bad taste in my mouth. Especially because they never smiled, never said excuse me, just never showed any sign of decent human behavior. Needless to say this happened every day of my stay and no tip was left for them in the room, and I always tip my room staff. Unfortunately I have to stay for business or I would stay elsewhere because of this behavior. It was rude, ignorant, and completely uncalled for. I personally have never been the biggest fan of this hotel (and I have stayed here QUITE A FEW TIMES) and it just keeps getting worse every time I stay.
Went here for a Romantic weekend. Got the Silver Suite indulgence package. Nice room. Bed was ok. Just a standard pillowtop. Not uncomfortable but not over the top either. Hotel was nice and clean. You can definitely hear the city traffic outside from the 5th floor, but it wasn't too bad. Check in and out was easy. Breakfast was included with the package and was a pretty typical hotel breakfast. Nothing to complain about though. Conveniently situated on the city strip. Lots of great bars and restaurants nearby. Overall nice stay.
The decor a vibe of the hotel is nice, even a bit upscale. The room was clean and had plenty of room. The Aveda products were a nice touch, as were the cookies at check-in. Limited room service menu, so we ended up ordering from a local pizza place. The bed was comfortable but the pillows were the kind that look fluffy till you lay your head on them....and then they completely flatten. If we stay here again, I'll be bringing a pillow from home. I didn't mind the parking which was cheap enough at $5 a night. Just be warned that you'll be carrying your bags so pack light or in a rolling bag. By comparison, downtown Madison hotels often have parking in the $20-25 rage, so this was fine. I was a little sad that there was no complimentary continental breakfast and the only free coffee was the little packet in the room. We've stayed at enough hotels, both chain and independent, and usually always have at least a basic continental breakfast included.
Decided to visit some friends in the Appleton area on short notice and our first choice for a place to stay is the Copperleaf. It isn't always the easiest place to get a room on short notice but we lucked out without planning this spur of the moment getaway. Would always recommend the Copperleaf for any type of getaway in the Appleton area. Plan to stay there in advance because they usually don't have extra rooms like this time for us.
We have stayed at Copperleaf at least once a year for the last ten years. To us it has been a destination hotel. We always looked forward to a weekend at the Copperleaf. The amenities, service and location made it a great value to us. If we had an issue, management was quick to resolve it. However it seems that Copperleaf may not be the destination hotel on our next weekend in Appleton. Some changes have been slight, but they add up, especially for a "Boutique" style hotel. The sum of these changes makes me think that we'll try another option on our next visit. Little things: In past visits you would arrive at your floor and walking to your suite you would smell Aveda Essential Oils, setting the mood that you are in for a special stay. This time the smell was replaced with one that was described best as "sour cotton candy". When we asked an employee about this we were told that they have had other comments about this, but ownership/upper management was looking to "cut corners" with something less expensive. Spa: Although I realize that Copperleaf does not own nor manage the on-site spa that's one floor down from the main lobby, it has always been a big draw for us. However when we called to make an appointment we were given a rate much higher than what was offered on our last stay. We were told that the spa now has higher "weekend" rates. Towels: In past stays the bath towels were very plush. This stay the towels were coarse and quality-wise not something that you should find in a "Boutique" hotel. More cost cutting I'm guessing. Coffee: In past stays the lobby had complimentary coffee available during most daytime hours. This time you better get your java before 11:30 or you are out of luck. Yes, the hotel has in-room coffee makers but only enough coffee for one person. Big Deal: Room Service. We left our room just before noon. There were two service carts right next to our door and room service personnel were there to greet us on our way out. However, when we got back that evening no one had cleaned our room. We called the front desk and asked why no one had been to our room. No response. I asked if we could at least get some more towels. They did send someone up with towels with an offer to clean the room, but we had to get ready for a function and would clean up ourselves. When we spoke to the front desk when we checked out the next day, the woman said that we should have said something to housekeeping when we left. Seriously? Do we now have to ask for room service even though housekeeping was right there, greeting us and cleaning the rooms right next to us? The women at the desk just looked at us stone faced and never even offered an appology. I mean I get things happen and most of this is small potatoes. But saying its our fault for not telling room service to clean our room is not something I would have expected to hear from a property thats always promoted itself as one that provides "personalized service in a warm inviting and unique atmosphere". Our next trip we will look at other options, even though we would have loved to continue using Copperleaf in our future trips to Appleton.
Perfect hotel for a stay in downtown Appleton. Close to everything, friendly staff and nice amenities. We have stayed at this hotel numerous times before they became affiliated with Best Western. The room we had this time had a few problems but overall I wouldn't judge the hotel on that.
Check in was a breeze with the very friendly staff We were with other to celebrate my daughter's wedding The room was very nice with comfortable bedding We had a small reception in the bar area *reserved for us" The buffet was good and the staff was very friendly We had soft drinks but a glass of wine was $12
Have stayed here many times and love it. Great location, rooms are always clean and welcoming. Great staff. I honestly can't say anything bad about this experience. Will definitely stay in this hotel again in the future.
Rooms are clean and large, decorated newly; receptionist friendly; Breakfast very good compared to other hotels in that price range; fitness and spa available Nice restaurant It is in the middle of the city and you can walk to many other restaurants
Booked for an anniversary night. Stayed in a whirlpool suite. The actual bedroom area is quite small because of the layout of the space. The suite consists 3 tiny rooms (bedroom, office, bathroom) connected by a long and rather dark hallway. I found a hair in the tub and disliked the lake flies that were in our room, as well. Beds were stiff for a boutique hotel. I disliked paying for breakfast and paying for parking the next morning. There was nothing that made this hotel special, other than the price.
This property is owned by Best Western and feels very chain-like. They also liberally apply an air freshener that smells like burnt brown sugar. The front desk staff was top notch when available though!
An effortless stay in a well appointed room / love the location with an active night life in the immediate area (a pleasant surprise for us) / highly recommended / friendly staff / enjoyed the modest but very nice workout room / much attention to detail / will stay again
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