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The Copperleaf is a cute boutique hotel located in downtown Appleton. The hotel includes a spa, a restaurant, and a bar that doubles as a breakfast buffet in the morning. The lobby is inviting, and we were warmly greeted by all three women working at the front desk.
Our room included a desk, a comfortable chair with an ottoman, Aveda hair products, robes, a yoga mat, and a mini-bar filled with affordable snacks and drinks. Outlets for electronics were located on the desk and on both nightstands.
I like to sleep in a dark room and found that the clock on the nightstand and on the microwave oven were particularly bright. I turned the clock away from me, face down, and placed a wash cloth over the display of the microwave, and that solved the brightness issue.
Our bed was comfortable until one of us moved. The tied coils within the mattress created a wave of motion with each move, and this made sleeping difficult. At 3am, I finally moved from the bed to the chair, and returned to the bed only when I was sufficiently exhausted to be able to sleep. When we returned home the next day, we promptly took a long nap.
In spite of the situation with the mattress, the hotel was so nice that we would return again if we needed to spend another night in Appleton. However, we would likely opt for a room with two beds.
The Copperleaf was a great hotel to spend our anniversary at. Great decor and friendly staff. Our room was modern, clean, great amenities and bedding. It's great that it's connected to Rye and a spa. Also, a fun downtown!!
Although the atmosphere was high end the Copper Leaf was lacking in service and space. I asked for there best room and the description was all that I had imagined however upon arriving the room was super small and the fireplace was way too big for the room. Shower was unimpressive, only two towels hung on the rack and the toilet was more like a rocking chair than a commode. I know although not typical of high-end establishments for the price of the room you would have thought the less than adequate continental breakfast would have been complementary. That added with the pay for parking made this a pricing get away. Sorry Copper Leaf but I have had much better rooms and service at the Country Inn and Suites.
We have stayed here several times. This time the room was ridiculously loud as it was situated on the first floor with garbage areas on the other side of the wall. If they want to use that as a room (#113) they should insulate it because the metal doors and weird water noises go on at all hours. I wondered if that was why the staff did not ask how my stay was, lol. We feel okay about it when we get a good rate because the rooms are clean, it is a pleasant environment and we love the location. You will pay for parking -- be sure to ask about it because they offer a reduction but they don't always mention it! -- and expect to pay 3-4 bucks for a cup of coffee in the morning. I give it 3 stars by taking in account more pleasant prior visits. In hindsight, perhaps they should pay me for staying in room 113.
My husband and I have stayed at the Copper Leaf multiple times and always enjoy our stay. The staff is always extremely friendly and the rooms are very clean. We really enjoy the Spa as well, the staff is also very friendly.
The Copperleaf Boutique Hotel is modeled after small family owned and operated European hotels. Our 75 room hotel offers a more refined and gracious hotel experience. You will be indulged with exquisite, …Morepersonalized service in a warm, inviting and unique atmosphere. Less
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