Hotels Near Henry Ford Cafe In Littleton

0/50 Reviews
5.96km from Henry Ford Cafe
Essex House Motel is a 1-star property set in Littleton. This 1-star motel has air-conditioned rooms with a private bathroom. Both free WiFi and private parking are accessible at the motel. At Essex House Motel, each room is fitted with a desk. At the accommodation, every room has a seating area. Breckenridge Brewery is 3.4 km from Essex House Motel. Denver International Airport is 52 km from the property.
FromUS$80
3.5/511 Reviews
8.84km from Henry Ford Cafe
Staybridge Suites - Denver South - Highlands Ranch is situated in Littleton, 2.9 km from Breckenridge Brewery.The nearest airport is Denver International Airport, 44 km from Staybridge Suites.
FromUS$207
4.3/5Excellent10 Reviews
8.93km from Henry Ford Cafe
After an unfortunate chain of events, my husband was admitted to the hospital in Englewood, CO. His hospitalization extended to 5 weeks, 4 weeks of which I stayed at the Hampton. All of the desk staff, kitchen employees, and housekeeping expressed their support and concern for us. The room was perfect and always clean and the breakfast was always good with enough variety to get me through each day. The pool and hot tub were clean and relaxing after each emotional roller coaster days. Thank You to all the staff at the Hampton in Denver/Highlands Ranch!!
FromUS$136
4.4/5Excellent10 Reviews
9.08km from Henry Ford Cafe
The Front Desk Staff and Management are unprofessional/nonexistent. The staff at the front desk are like 13 year old giggling girls—hello Sarah. I tried about 4 times to get my Netflix, HBOGO, App channels to work during a 5 night stay. Nothing worked and it was never resolved. The front desk offers little knowledge or confidence that an issue will be resolved. On Sunday I was told there was no manager on duty. I think it was the same on Saturday but don’t remember. Engineering came to fix my TV on Sunday and they’re just as dopey as the front desk girls. He couldn’t fix it and told me there was a call into the chief engineer—had no idea when that person would respond—he thought the whole hotel had the same problem. The front desk staff that isn’t capable is rude. I spoke with Phil on Sunday morning about getting the TV issue fixed and it seemed like a real bother—no apology. The bright spot on the front desk was the guy who checked me in on 10/9/19. Also, whether you can order Starbucks from your room and then pick it up is dependent on who is at the front desk—sometimes you can, other times you can’t. There’s 1 person working the bistro—and they’re great—but they need more help. It can be a 20-minute wait for a coffee drink when the Gods haven’t blessed you and that morning happens to be one where you can’t order ahead. Last night I ordered a piece of carrot cake and after 20 minutes I called again because I hadn’t received the call to come pick it up. The front desk person told me gigglingly that she had forgotten to order it. Last time I’m staying here.
FromUS$182
5/5Perfect12 Reviews
9.2km from Henry Ford Cafe
Residence Inn by Marriott Denver Southwest/Littleton is situated in Littleton, 3.1 km from Breckenridge Brewery.Every room at this hotel is air conditioned and comes with a TV. Every room comes with a private bathroom.You will find a business centre at the property.Denver International Airport is 43 km away.
FromUS$198

Hotels Near Henry Ford Cafe In Littleton Review

4.3/510 Reviews
After an unfortunate chain of events, my husband was admitted to the hospital in Englewood, CO. His hospitalization extended to 5 weeks, 4 weeks of which I stayed at the Hampton. All of the desk staff, kitchen employees, and housekeeping expressed their support and concern for us. The room was perfect and always clean and the breakfast was always good with enough variety to get me through each day. The pool and hot tub were clean and relaxing after each emotional roller coaster days. Thank You to all the staff at the Hampton in Denver/Highlands Ranch!!
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FromUS$136
4.4/510 Reviews
The Front Desk Staff and Management are unprofessional/nonexistent. The staff at the front desk are like 13 year old giggling girls—hello Sarah. I tried about 4 times to get my Netflix, HBOGO, App channels to work during a 5 night stay. Nothing worked and it was never resolved. The front desk offers little knowledge or confidence that an issue will be resolved. On Sunday I was told there was no manager on duty. I think it was the same on Saturday but don’t remember. Engineering came to fix my TV on Sunday and they’re just as dopey as the front desk girls. He couldn’t fix it and told me there was a call into the chief engineer—had no idea when that person would respond—he thought the whole hotel had the same problem. The front desk staff that isn’t capable is rude. I spoke with Phil on Sunday morning about getting the TV issue fixed and it seemed like a real bother—no apology. The bright spot on the front desk was the guy who checked me in on 10/9/19. Also, whether you can order Starbucks from your room and then pick it up is dependent on who is at the front desk—sometimes you can, other times you can’t. There’s 1 person working the bistro—and they’re great—but they need more help. It can be a 20-minute wait for a coffee drink when the Gods haven’t blessed you and that morning happens to be one where you can’t order ahead. Last night I ordered a piece of carrot cake and after 20 minutes I called again because I hadn’t received the call to come pick it up. The front desk person told me gigglingly that she had forgotten to order it. Last time I’m staying here.
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FromUS$182
4.8/513 Reviews
Denver downtown/capitol hill
Supplies: Disposable shampoo, conditioner, facial soap, coffee, etc. Refrigerator is provided, but mineral water is not provided. Cleanliness: 4-star guarantee Service: Unable to judge because there is no opportunity to receive service. Noise: There is a noise that is about walking in another room It wasn't enough to hear human voices. You cannot eat breakfast or other meals due to coronavirus. You can eat at the lobby lounge using Starbucks in the hotel. (Opening time am06:30) Used at a special price of $92.
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FromUS$164
3.9/522 Reviews
Denver downtown/capitol hill
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FromUS$141
4.6/515 Reviews
Denver downtown/capitol hill
Came here for Valentine’s Day. The check in staff was fleet friendly. They had put out little snacks and strawberry water for the occasion. The room was a very good size and big ledge at the window to enjoy the view. They also have chrome cast to the TV and the king bed was very comfortable.
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FromUS$228
4.2/516 Reviews
Denver downtown/capitol hill
The room is big, tidy and hygienic, but the quilt is weak, it will wake up, forget to turn up the heating, the location is good, the nearest 16th street, recently the state government capital, you can take a rickshaw ranging from 20-25, if the toilet has ventilation, it is better. The outdoor swimming pool is warm and very good. During the epidemic, the economy in downtown Denver was sluggish. Before the epidemic, the 16th Street Mall was very lively. There are no people nowadays. Many restaurants are closed and deserted. When you click check out, the room card will be reserved in the special box for the turn-off gate of the parking lot. After checking out, you can enjoy free parking until 4 o'clock. Parking nearby is expensive. Remember to bring the room card when entering and exiting. Watch the game first-rate. Then check out to visit Colorado, Denver Museum of Nature and Science. The large parking lot is full of lively, cute and cheerful children. The indoor restaurant is worth trying: Pizza, cold sushi, fruit and vegetable salad, various beverages, biscuits, sweet cookies Cake, business is booming, one big dragging 2-3 children is not a problem, 15 years later, the explorer will grow up, and the economic future of Denver is promising. At the same time, the zoo nearby has more parents and children in line, which is a sharp contrast to the deserted city.
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FromUS$188
4.8/511 Reviews
Hotel room inside was clean and modern looking, enjoyed the stay. Close to 7 eleven, Walmart, McDonald’s, so very convenient. Was slightly hard to locate the address though, as it shows up weird on Google map
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FromUS$178
4.4/515 Reviews
Denver downtown/capitol hill
The hotel is in a good location, but the price is a lot higher than last year, and there is less variety for breakfast, because I chose this one for nostalgia. The service needs to be improved. The room clearly includes breakfast. The bill is still given when checking out, and the money is not collected after negotiation.
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FromUS$150
4.7/513 Reviews
Denver downtown/capitol hill
The accommodation conditions are not bad, but it is too inconvenient to ask the person to settle the credit card and not to charge the person. I hope that in the future, customers will feel convenient in terms of payment.
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FromUS$138
4.9/510 Reviews
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FromUS$367
4.7/514 Reviews
Denver downtown/capitol hill
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FromUS$163
1.6/513 Reviews
Denver downtown/capitol hill
Hotel location is OK
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FromUS$131
5/511 Reviews
Denver downtown/capitol hill
This hotel was great. Front desk was nice and helpful. Hotel is very close to downtown 1 block away
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FromUS$178
4.8/515 Reviews
Denver downtown/capitol hill
The bed is quite big, you can sleep several people, the room is very clean, you don’t need to park at the hotel if you park, there is a parking place nearby, in general it is quite convenient
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FromUS$191
4.8/515 Reviews
Denver downtown/capitol hill
Very close to the exhibition center, 100 meters walk, there are not many varieties of buffet breakfast, but they are basically covered.
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FromUS$163
4.9/513 Reviews
Denver downtown/capitol hill
The location is excellent, it is very convenient in the city centre, shopping and eating around. Hotel facilities are new, very clean and upscale, the service is friendly, the phone is hot and so on.
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FromUS$166
3.7/513 Reviews
Denver downtown/capitol hill
The location of the hotel is good, the hotel is very modern, and the public areas are very comfortable, but the rooms are small, and hygiene is not a problem for a hotel. Many hotels in the United States don’t seem to suck the floor every day, and hair dust can be seen.
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FromUS$188
4.6/517 Reviews
Denver downtown/capitol hill
This hotel shares a hall and breakfast point with the Wood Hotel. The room allocated to me is quite big, but the layout is really wonderful. The bathroom is too far away from the bed. Three walls are cut across three walls, and I go to the toilet at night. Too far. The breakfast was quite good and the location was very close to the 16th pedestrian street.
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FromUS$145
4.2/510 Reviews
Denver downtown/capitol hill
We went for a night in the city to celebrate hub’s birthday. Check in on the fourth floor, like a Four Seasons. The building inside and out is sleek and modern. Interesting art everywhere. Check in easy, upgraded to a junior suite as a birthday gift. Room was right next to (really behind) the elevator, which we were told before we accepted, but there was no noise. Clean, modern and comfortable. The check in person also sent up some chocolates and a b day card, nice touch. We had a drink outside on the Fire patio, very nice, especially when they light the fire pits. Brunch the next morning was delicious, including a birthday pancake with a candle when they overhead it was Hub’s birthday. All workers were very friendly, with a special shout-out to Tina, our breakfast server. She is the kind of person who makes you want to return, and represents your hotel so well. So why not five stars? The ridiculous “amenities” fee is an embarrassing money grab. $20 plus tax for a meager stocking of things you don’t want, or you would buy or bring with you. 2 small waters, (often free at hotels of this level) 4 half cans of soda, (don’t like Pepsi) 2 small snack boxes that don’t appeal, and the coffee packs that every hotel I have ever stayed in supplied for free. Just charge an extra $20 on your room rate if you need the extra. Nickel and diming takes away from a luxury experience, and frankly charging someone for things they don’t want is silly at best.
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FromUS$194
4/516 Reviews
This is the first time I have come to Denver, I booked it online, so I am not sure about the location. It is a bit far from the city and I need a taxi. The hotel is ok, similar to other hotels in the United States.
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FromUS$113
4.5/55 Reviews
Denver downtown/capitol hill
Blown away with our experience here. I read on Yelp a sparkling heartfelt review that convinced me to book a stay here. It was a 5 day stay, I took my mom here for her 66th birthday along with a visit to my oldest sister who lives right outside of Denver. The service, experience, the view, food, location... EVERYTHING was perfect. Thank you, thank you, thank you to the Teatro staff. If you stay here try to get the balcony corner room...it was beautiful, the rooms/bathroom were super clean and even though house keeping isn’t offered during the stay because COVID-19 precautions, a quick call to the desk and they made sure to bring up more towels/soaps and take the old ones etc. The hotel is prime location we walked to our spa/nail salon/mall/museum and when we didn’t want to walk the Uber’s/fun rickshaws were only like $9-$14. The restaurant and lounge is so pretty and make some excellent food, definitely try their Bloody Mary’s/flatbread/salmon/squash salad my favorites I had while there. The customer service ALONE has earned my loyalty forever. One pet peeve of mine when I stay at hotels is when the front desk people look like they hate their life/barely smile or don’t make any sort of effort to be pleasant, it totally ruins vacation/special occasion vibes... with that being said every staff member we encountered from maintenance to front desk was extremely friendly, knowledgeable and just so personable and made me excited to stay/not a burden. Special shout-out to the front desk person Alana (I believe that’s how it’s spelt.) When I called to reserve the stay and wanting the best room, she tried her hardest to ensure we got the highly requested corner balcony room! When we got into the room my mom also had such a sweet Teatro staff signed birthday card waiting for her (above and beyond) along with the yummiest popcorn and chocolate (I didn’t even mention those two things are my moms favorite treats) + champagne. There has been many changes during these unprecedented times and I am extremely pleased with how safe/clean/relaxing/nice/fun our stay at The Teatro was despite all of them.
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FromUS$173
3.2/511 Reviews
No one cleaned the room on the last day and it was useless to bring it to the front desk. The hotel does not have a breakfast buffet. The location is a little bit biased. Fortunately, there is a supermarket next to it, which is quite convenient. Someone helped parking at the hotel, great
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FromUS$195
4.2/510 Reviews
Denver downtown/capitol hill
I’ve been meaning to write this review for over a year. What happened there still truly haunts me and caused me some emotional turmoil. I stayed there in the middle of a move and left personal belongings with valet/baggage storage due to last minute flight snafu. I checked with front desk saying I wasn’t sure when I’d be back but that I would grab them as soon as I came back which would likely be in a month or so. They said totally fine. Circumstances prevented me from coming back for several months but I called twice and they said it was all good. When I called to say I was coming back to get my things 2 months after my last call in which they had said just come when you can (and gave me NO deadline) they couldn’t find them then said they got rid of them! NOBODY called me! My phone number was written in Black sharpie in HUGE font on 2 of the bags along with my name. my belongings consisted of BRAND NEW ski helmet, brand new ski goggles, very nice powder skis (in a nice ski bag WITH MY PHONE NUMBER IN HUGE FONT ON OUTSIDE), very nice ski boots (in a nice boot bag WITH MY PHONE NUMBER IN HUGE FONT ON OUTSIDE and my helmet, goggles in same bag), ski clothing, and a box of hugely sentimental belongings from my move (family pictures, documents, etc). Again, my phone number was written in huge letters on both the ski bag and the boot bag and the box. No effort whatsoever to contact me. As if they had called I would have had had a local friend pick up ASAP. Clearly an employee took the skis/boots or sold them. When I called to say I was getting them they were super vague about what happened but said they did remember the stuff and said someone took them away. Sure policy on tag says not liable but this is robbery by employees in a locked closet and wrong and they shouldn’t have told me on phone not to worry about not picking it up. More importantly, be a decent human and at least make a phone call, some effort when the phone number is screaming to you, before taking them or getting rid of them. This wasn’t just a suitcase or a bag that was a bother to them. This was nice belongings that clearly someone wanted, otherwise they would have at least CALLED ME before taking them even if it's policy. They know given the fact that there was a phone number someone would have come for them. Not to mention if they had just checked with the front desk. But the fact that my contact info was LARGE on every single item means there is ZERO excuse. I cried when I found out and could not believe their lack of care or apology about the situation. This was at LEAST $3.5K worth of belongings PLUS the box of truly irreplaceable family belongings on top of that. They offered NO accommodation whatsoever. Truly abhorrent inexcusable and incredibly sketchy. No integrity. Still in shock.
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FromUS$240
3.9/522 Reviews
The hotel's facilities are average, the room is not small, the room has a microwave and coffee machine and a refrigerator, which is very good. The breakfast is better than the hotel of the same grade. The hotel has a swimming pool and it is clean. The location is average, about 15 minutes drive from the city center. The hotel offers a free shuttle to the city, this is a great
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FromUS$91
4.1/516 Reviews
Denver downtown/capitol hill
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FromUS$160
4.4/513 Reviews
Denver downtown/capitol hill
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FromUS$49
5/57 Reviews
Denver downtown/capitol hill
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FromUS$288
3.7/510 Reviews
Denver downtown/capitol hill
We enjoyed our trip to the Warwick Denver Hotel. We checked in late on a Thursday evening and spent Friday and Saturday at the rooftop pool as well as visiting attractions nearby. We were truly impressed when there was an emergency at the pool and bartenders Ezra and Brendan jumped right in to take care of the unconscious patron. The concern for this young man and his mother was undeniable and something you don't see every day. Ezra was also working the next day when another emergency arose and he handled that in a professional manner as well. The only negative during our visit was the restrooms by the pool weren't open so you had to go to your room to use the restroom (which very few seemed to do!) The clean hotel and excellent service from the staff will make this one of our favorites to visit in the Denver area.
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FromUS$155
4.3/510 Reviews
Denver downtown/capitol hill
I recently stayed at the Brown Palace. Be warned - the hotel is not operating anywhere close to the level other hotels in Denver are operating at right now. I hope post-COVID the hotel can regain its footing, but unfortunately this historic institution is struggling at the moment. As just one of several examples, when you check in you receive a handout with different phone numbers/hours for different services and COVID rules. After calling the in-room dining 7 times over the course of 2 hours with no answer I decided to robo-dial to see if anyone would answer any number. No luck. Valet won’t pick up, nor will any other service outside the front desk. Interestingly, there are a lot of (seemingly glum) employees walking around, but you can tell COVID has dealt them and the hotel a major blow. Other examples – the employees at the Churchill Room and Ship’s Tavern decided to close 45 minutes earlier than posted hours even while there were diners still seated (this is a common theme – employees don’t follow the COVID rules and hours); several hallways reeked of marijuana; the hotel has taken all coffee, cups, pens, paper, and other basics out of the hotel rooms; and on. It’s frusterating because there are no vending machines or any other ways to get food/beverages in the building. I can’t even get the hotel to help with my bill, which should be item #1 for any institution. I ended up checking out early. The person in line with me was doing the same. The Brown Palace is an amazing institution and worthy of a visit. But I would wait until post-COVID before you visit.
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FromUS$198
5/512 Reviews
Denver downtown/capitol hill
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FromUS$136