Hotels Near Kaitlyn Collective In Denver

4.5/5Excellent5 Reviews
0.17km from Kaitlyn Collective
I stayed at The Jacquard while in Denver. The hotel is stylish, in a nice part of the city and generally busy. Even its bar and restaurant were busy, which isn't something you see at a lot of hotels these days anymore. However, it is not a luxury hotel, despite marketing itself as luxury. In fact, there is little value considering the rates. 1. No newspaper. 2. No turndown service (other hotels are offering it despite coronavirus). 3. I stayed only 1 night so I can't comment on whether daily housekeeping is offered 4. No mini-bar or any sort of in-room welcome amenity 5. No pantry. I asked for Diet Pepsi and was told I had to walk to the FedEx Office store a couple blocks away to buy cans. 6. No upgrade for Ambassador guest. A suite was available but all I received was a room with purportedly a mountain view. Marriott.com said suites were available for my night's stay. 7. No breakfast. The hotel is busy. It is absurd there is no breakfast, especially for Titanium and Ambassador status guests. At the absolute minimum, offer a voucher to a nearby restaurant. 8. Staff do not wear uniforms so it is difficult to tell who is and isn't staff. All things considered, this is a hotel that comes far short of the luxury standard. It is also a hotel with zero recognition and zero value for anyone with Platinum, Titanium or Ambassador statuses in Marriott Bonvoy. On a side note, I ate at the restaurant. I made a reservation at check-in and met two business colleagues who weren't staying there. The restaurant has excellent food, although the wine list is very expensive by the glass even for a Denver upscale restaurant. My only complaints about the restaurant: 1) No offer of dessert 2) No offer of coffee 3) No dinner bread 4) Lobby and restaurant poorly designed because the bathrooms are on the second floor and require guests and presumably staff to take stairs or the elevator. What idiot designed a hotel lobby and restaurant without a bathroom?
FromUS$328
4.3/5Excellent10 Reviews
0.45km from Kaitlyn Collective
This hotel was beautiful and cozy! We were there for a business meeting and the staff for 2 days was perfect! The reception the first night was great and the COVID precautions were in place and followed. The room was clean upon arrival, as well as the lobby, elevators, and hallways. The only thing we had an issue was the temperature in the room at night. We would knock down to 65 but it didn't seem to get cool enough for comfortable sleeping. The front desk was hands down one of the best! Would highly recommend (just as for a fan for the room haha)
FromUS$315
4.5/5Excellent6 Reviews
0.49km from Kaitlyn Collective
Offering a hot tub and fitness centre, this hotel is set in the Cherry Creek area of Denver. Guests can enjoy the on-site bar. Free WiFi is provided throughout the property and private parking is available on site.Some units have a seating area to relax in after a busy day. A terrace or balcony are featured in certain rooms. Each room is equipped with a private bathroom. For your comfort, you will find bathrobes, free toiletries and a hairdryer. A flat-screen TV is featured.You will find free shuttle service at the property.The hotel also offers free use of bicycles. Colorado Convention Center is 4.1 km from Halcyon - A Hotel in Cherry Creek, while Pepsi Center is 5 km away. The nearest airport is Denver International Airport, 28 km from Halcyon - A Hotel in Cherry Creek.
FromUS$450
5/5Perfect12 Reviews
0.58km from Kaitlyn Collective
Situated in Denver, 4.1 km from Colorado Convention Center, MOXY Denver Cherry Creek features air-conditioned rooms and private parking.All rooms include a flat-screen TV. Each room is equipped with a private bathroom. MOXY Denver Cherry Creek features free WiFi throughout the property.You will find valet parking at the property.Pepsi Center is 5 km from MOXY Denver Cherry Creek, while Cherry Creek Shopping Center is 500 metres from the property. The nearest airport is Denver International Airport, 28 km from the property.
FromUS$159
4/5Very Good10 Reviews
1.71km from Kaitlyn Collective
FromUS$145
4.3/5Excellent12 Reviews
2.02km from Kaitlyn Collective
Other Hotels in Denver, Colorado, Don't Measure Up When It Comes to Convenience, Comfort and Value Enjoy the best Denver has to offer by choosing the Hilton Garden Inn Denver Cherry Creek. We are located just ten minutes from the heart of downtown Denver, within walking distance of Cherry Creek Mall, making it incredibly convenient for business and leisure travelers alike. Our Denver hotel's spacious, well-appointed accommodations to relax and make the most of your stay.The Perfect Accommodations for Mixing Business with PleasureTaking care of business is simple in our 24-hour full-service business center, where you can check your email, send a fax or print a last-minute report. In your room, spread out at our comfortable work space and take advantage of our complimentary high-speed Internet access. After a hectic work day, our Denver area hotel's ideally equipped to relax and rejuvenate the busy professional. Float around in our indoor swimming pool or enjoy the innovative cuisine at our on-site restaurant. If an evening out is more your style, the Cherry Creek Shopping Center is just steps from our Denver Cherry Creek hotel and offers shopping, dining and a cinema to help you unwind. Highlights of the Hilton Garden Inn Denver Cherry Creek* Sundry Shop, The Great American Grill and Zink Bar + Patio* Complimentary High-Speed Internet Access in All Rooms* Three Meeting Rooms and Spacious Group Accommodations* Minutes away from the Area's Most Sought-After Attractions* Just Steps from the Celebrated Cherry Creek Shopping DistrictThere are countless Denver area hotels, but none the amount of convenience, comfort and value as the Hilton Garden Inn Denver Cherry Creek. From an unbeatable location to a wide variety of gracious amenities, we make your Denver lodging choice an easy one. Call the helpful staff at our beautiful Denver hotel at 303.754.9800 for information about rates and availability.
FromUS$147
5/5Perfect13 Reviews
2.03km from Kaitlyn Collective
Featuring a daily breakfast with continental, hot buffet, and grab-and-go options, this Denver hotel is located just 15 minutes’ drive from the Colorado Convention Center. Free Wi-Fi is included.A fully-equipped kitchen is provided in all rooms at Residence Inn Denver Cherry Creek. The spacious rooms are furnished with a seating area with sofa bed and a spacious work desk. A flat-screen cable TV is included.Guests can enjoy the heated indoor pool, hot tub and fitness centre at Denver Cherry Creek Residence Inn. A convenience store is located on site. Free parking is provided.An evening social hour with light snacks and beverages is featured. A free grocery delivery service is available.The Cherry Creek Shopping Center is 1 mile away. Mile High Stadium is 20 minutes’ drive from Residence Inn Denver Cherry Creek.
FromUS$200
4.5/5Excellent5 Reviews
2.23km from Kaitlyn Collective
This is a lovely bnb in a gorgeous old home. I have visited three times over the last four years and loved it. Unfortunately this year brought changes for visitors looking to celebrate some of the world’s best cannabis products in Denver. When I made my reservation I was assured that although the Adagio was under new management, all services were the same, except that cannabis consumption was no longer allowed in the front room (which previously had been the social gathering area). Curated, substantial snacks are no longer served at 4:20pm. Consumption of cannabis is not permitted anywhere in the house, nor on the patio nor in the garden area, as the city “does not permit consumption of alcohol and cannabis in the same area.” You will be enjoying your cannabis inside a garage that looks like a fraternity lounge, which you will share with cigarette smokers. Make yourself comfortable with a couple of old chairs on some dirty rugs, an old table or two, and a few smoking implements. Nothing like the wide selection of cared for, clean bongs and pipes that used to be available in a beautiful room. Just a random assortment of dirty broken glass pipes and things left by previous guests. Altho the house is clean, the garage is not. You will contemplate a window too filthy to see through, as well as piles of garbage, gardening chemicals, old recycling and lots of other detrius. Of course the smell of old cigarettes permeates all. The current staff is unfamiliar with cannabis culture. Food is fine, staff is caring, house is clean and lovely. Had I known that 420 conditions had changes so radically I would not have booked the stay. I called to check on my initial reservation after I realized management had changed; management made no effort to contact clients when management made significant changes in policies. Current management will say changes were legally required and that bad staff, no longer at the bnb, miscommunicated. I think the current management want to continue benefiting from the excellent reputation the Adagio had as a 420 friendly lodging - while no longer providing those services.
FromUS$225
3.3/510 Reviews
2.39km from Kaitlyn Collective
Check-in: Things go well if you’re just aware of the instructions for checking-in between 3-5pm (when someone is there) or other times (calling the posted number and someone shows up to help). Location: Fairly close to downtown without paying downtown prices. You can park all day/night on the side street for nothing, then Uber or Lyft around town and avoid traffic and parking hassles/fees. It’s on Colfax, so if you don’t like traffic noise, get a room on the back (south) side. Probably not the safest area to walk around at night. Thin walls: we could practically hear the actual words of a conversation people were having in another room — at first thought it was next door, but they turned out to be in the laundry room in the basement below us. Room (#4, “Albert” room): Clean, small but with a separate sitting area and tiny kitchen. No view. Mattress on the king-size bed was very good quality. Overall: it’s a quirky place and dated, but they try to keep it clean and functional. Didn’t smell musty. Rated it a 3 because the threshold cover strip between the bedroom and the sitting area was missing or had been torn up, leaving a big gap with several exposed nails that could easily have torn up the feet of someone hitting it unaware. Major danger. To their credit, when we called it in, a handyman showed up quickly and did a quick fix — he too was puzzled how the strip could have gone missing.
FromUS$133
4.6/5Outstanding10 Reviews
2.9km from Kaitlyn Collective
Needless to say, the location is within walking distance to the museums, capitol and the downtown street mall area. They have 4 reserved parking spaces in the lot just over 1-1/2 blocks from the residence and a loading zone right in front of the building so that you can safely unload and then park your car for free downtown. The owner, Chris, went out of his way to make us feel at home as we had our 50th wedding anniversary revow ceremony here with only our kids and my father in attendance. We had a terrific experience with Scott, the chef, for making us appetizers that fed our crew and they have a liquor license and free happy hour so we had a champagne toast as well. Provided our own cake that they put in their refrigerator until the proper time. Erica is a silent yet essential employee who provided the best service ever and was always scurrying around to get things done. The breakfast was fantastic every morning with 2 or 3 choices of entrees (no buffets due to Covid). They took ever precaution to make sure that all of us were safe throughout the building. Our room, Prague, was located in the top most corner of the building underneath the tower; the two upper windows definitely need some window treatments as the sun shines in full strength in the morning and the WiFi signal is really weak in the room but strong throughout the building. Despite those few things, they couldn't have done a better job in taking care of us or our guests. Can't wait to see the improvements that Scott has planned for the building.
FromUS$255
3.2/510 Reviews
2.93km from Kaitlyn Collective
I stayed here about a week and half ago. I was very disappointed with it and the location is not good. It is right next door to a nightclub that was open until after 3am so you constantly hear music blaring and people late at night. Every night police sirens would fly by 4 to 5 times a night. So I did not sleep well. Also, I was irritated when I checked in because they demanded an extra 100 dollars deposit cash on top of the cost of the room upfront just for using a debit card. I travel often in and out of the country with a debit and I've never been asked to do this. When I questioned the staff about it the lady that checked me in was very rude and told me I could go find an ATM across the street. She also did not seem to believe me when I spoke of other hotels that complete these charges when you check out. So the cost for the room and extra 100 on top of that took all of my money for the 3 days I was there. I literally had a few dollars left over to eat one meal until Sunday when I checked out when I got the cash back. This was my first time in Denver and this put a damper on the few days because I was very limited with no money just because I didn't have a credit card. Guests need to be told this when the room is booked ahead of time. Also, the room was okay however, I kept finding hair in the bed stuck in the sheets, pillows, and towels. I think Days Inn can do a lot better than this considering I've stayed at several of them in other states. I do not recommend this hotel at all.
FromUS$103
4.5/5Excellent10 Reviews
2.95km from Kaitlyn Collective
I was in Denver for work and decided to stay behind an extra day to see a little bit of what Denver had to offer. I read so many awesome reviews about Ember Hostel, it seemed like a no-brainer to book. Well, lemme tell ya...it was awesome! I actually felt (and still do feel) stupid for not extending my trip. I can be a bit introverted and in true hostel nature, I met some really dope people within an hour of checking in. We made dinner plans and ended up getting dinner together and bar hopping later that evening off Larimer and ended the night with drunken chatter until 5 am in the hot tub. I stayed in a 4 bed dorm and the bed was insanely comfy. I loved that my bunk had wall plugs and a lamp inside. Getting to that top bunk was a little tricky bc there's no handle up there, but I persevered. (Trying to get up there after an evening of drinking is an extreme sport lol) In the area, there's lots of bars and restaurants within walking distance and even more a short uber ride away.The common areas had super cute decor and I loved that there was coffee in the lobby area. I CANNOT WAIT to return!
FromUS$176

Hotels Near Kaitlyn Collective In Denver Review

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$147
4.1/510 Reviews
Stayed here for 2 nights for business. It’s located about 20 minutes away from Denver Int’l Airport. This is an older hotel but some areas were renovated to give it a fresher feel. Pros: Plenty of parking Lots of TV/movie channels Fast, reliable WIFI Chipotle, other food joints in same complex Quiet room and surroundings – slept well Cons: Older room – bathroom sink pressure very low Front desk staff was constantly missing – better to have someone present at all times so as to avoid having to awkwardly say “helloo”? Slow elevator For the price paid, it was a good value.
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FromUS$120
4.5/55 Reviews
HIGHLY HIGHLY HIGHLY RECOMMEND!!! The Oxford is truly a luxury experience in the heart of downtown Denver. Rooms are clean and the beds are super comfortable. Nostalgic feel with decor, perfect location near tons of great bars and restaurants. But the best part was the staff: "Andre The Giant", Orlando, Stewart and Matt were smiley and friendly and took time to chat with us and give us recommendations, including during a Bourbon tasting at happy hour. The Cruise Room next door serves fantastic drinks, and the breakfast at Urban Farmer was wonderful.
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FromUS$219
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$190
4.5/510 Reviews
We stayed just one night as we were flying home the next day. The room was better and bigger than some apartments I’ve seen! We had two queen beds and a sofa, kitchen, large living room and a huge desk to work on. It’s very modern as there are many charging stations and places to put your devices (slight little dips in various places for keys and phones which was really a nice feature). The bathroom was also extremely spacious and modern. I always enjoy having a kitchen so that more than one person can brush teeth. There were 4 of us traveling. Breakfast was self serve and simple: hard boiled eggs, granola bars, fruit, bagel and cereal. My only minus would be that the grill wasn’t available due to a party but that’s not a huge problem as the party was booked before I asked about the grill. We all had a terrific night’s rest before flying home. Would definitely stay again.
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FromUS$239
4.3/510 Reviews
Our family drove down to Denver from the mountains for a quick overnight vacation and trip to the Museum of Nature and Science the day after hours today at the hotel. Bee staff was incredibly welcoming and friendly, especially with our two boys, ages 4 and 5. Happy hour was happy indeed, the indoor pool was a nice facility for both the kids and the adults, the made-to-order breakfast was delicious and had numerous options, and the rooms we're very nice. We will definitely be coming back!
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FromUS$143
4.5/55 Reviews
Cherry Creek
I stayed at The Jacquard while in Denver. The hotel is stylish, in a nice part of the city and generally busy. Even its bar and restaurant were busy, which isn't something you see at a lot of hotels these days anymore. However, it is not a luxury hotel, despite marketing itself as luxury. In fact, there is little value considering the rates. 1. No newspaper. 2. No turndown service (other hotels are offering it despite coronavirus). 3. I stayed only 1 night so I can't comment on whether daily housekeeping is offered 4. No mini-bar or any sort of in-room welcome amenity 5. No pantry. I asked for Diet Pepsi and was told I had to walk to the FedEx Office store a couple blocks away to buy cans. 6. No upgrade for Ambassador guest. A suite was available but all I received was a room with purportedly a mountain view. Marriott.com said suites were available for my night's stay. 7. No breakfast. The hotel is busy. It is absurd there is no breakfast, especially for Titanium and Ambassador status guests. At the absolute minimum, offer a voucher to a nearby restaurant. 8. Staff do not wear uniforms so it is difficult to tell who is and isn't staff. All things considered, this is a hotel that comes far short of the luxury standard. It is also a hotel with zero recognition and zero value for anyone with Platinum, Titanium or Ambassador statuses in Marriott Bonvoy. On a side note, I ate at the restaurant. I made a reservation at check-in and met two business colleagues who weren't staying there. The restaurant has excellent food, although the wine list is very expensive by the glass even for a Denver upscale restaurant. My only complaints about the restaurant: 1) No offer of dessert 2) No offer of coffee 3) No dinner bread 4) Lobby and restaurant poorly designed because the bathrooms are on the second floor and require guests and presumably staff to take stairs or the elevator. What idiot designed a hotel lobby and restaurant without a bathroom?
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FromUS$328
4.9/510 Reviews
This hotel was so great everything was perfect clean smells good family friendly
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FromUS$139
4.5/55 Reviews
This is a lovely bnb in a gorgeous old home. I have visited three times over the last four years and loved it. Unfortunately this year brought changes for visitors looking to celebrate some of the world’s best cannabis products in Denver. When I made my reservation I was assured that although the Adagio was under new management, all services were the same, except that cannabis consumption was no longer allowed in the front room (which previously had been the social gathering area). Curated, substantial snacks are no longer served at 4:20pm. Consumption of cannabis is not permitted anywhere in the house, nor on the patio nor in the garden area, as the city “does not permit consumption of alcohol and cannabis in the same area.” You will be enjoying your cannabis inside a garage that looks like a fraternity lounge, which you will share with cigarette smokers. Make yourself comfortable with a couple of old chairs on some dirty rugs, an old table or two, and a few smoking implements. Nothing like the wide selection of cared for, clean bongs and pipes that used to be available in a beautiful room. Just a random assortment of dirty broken glass pipes and things left by previous guests. Altho the house is clean, the garage is not. You will contemplate a window too filthy to see through, as well as piles of garbage, gardening chemicals, old recycling and lots of other detrius. Of course the smell of old cigarettes permeates all. The current staff is unfamiliar with cannabis culture. Food is fine, staff is caring, house is clean and lovely. Had I known that 420 conditions had changes so radically I would not have booked the stay. I called to check on my initial reservation after I realized management had changed; management made no effort to contact clients when management made significant changes in policies. Current management will say changes were legally required and that bad staff, no longer at the bnb, miscommunicated. I think the current management want to continue benefiting from the excellent reputation the Adagio had as a 420 friendly lodging - while no longer providing those services.
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FromUS$225
4.4/510 Reviews
I stayed at this hotel for three nights for a weekend with friends observing the annual Labor Day festivities at nearby Dick's Sporting Goods Park. Would do again. We had one snag with our reservation that assistant general manager Jared Kotwis made extra efforts to make right. The customer service he provided was one big reason I would happily stay at this hotel in the future. Speaking for the room and amenities, the stay was exactly what we needed, a comfortable suite (with fairly sound-proof walls), convenient to Dick's. I don't think I ever heard a noise from the neighboring suite or even hall traffic. I found my king bed to be quite comfortable, and I am picky when it comes to hotel beds. My roommate in the other room complained about his ability to sleep, but I'm not sure I would blame the bed for that. When he finally did get some shut-eye one afternoon with a pair of ear plugs firmly planted, he accidentally latched the door on me. I tried waking him with about 30 phone calls to the room, to no avail, and the front desk was able to arrange for their maintenance department to enter the room, something I wasn't sure was possible (it is, though requires quite the contraption and skill to get that latch open). But back to the suite, it really was quite comfortable, with a desk in one bedroom and some extra furniture in the other one. Each had their own bathroom. The center living room area had a tiny kitchen, with a decently-sized refrigerator, a one-burner stove, dish washer and microwave. There was no oven, or even toaster oven as a friend's nearby room did have (convenient for cookings frozen pizzas). This isn't a five-star hotel, but it was a pretty nice IHG property, and was convenient not only to Dick's, but the airport, Aurora and Denver. I look forward to my next Labor Day stay here.
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FromUS$191
4.2/510 Reviews
Although I live in Denver, I will often visit this property because it is very comfortable, clean, affordable, and most of all, they have a WONDERFUL indoor pool and hot tub. The pool area is HUGE, with mostly glass walls on the east and west sides of the pool area, so no matter what time of year, you can look out and see the mountains!! The staff always is professional, and look out for you every need!!
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FromUS$149
3.9/510 Reviews
I’m a Front Office Manager at a Luxury Hotel in New Orleans and I take customer service VERY SERIOUSLY. Upon an early arrival I was greeted and checked in by Maria. She was very warm and approachable. She gave me a rundown of the hotel and what it offered which was a shockingly plus as well. (Free Dinner!) During my stay a few employees stuck out to me. Juana (Breakfast Server) she was very nice and assisted me every morning with cleaning my area. (My husband, mom and 5 little sons where there for a total of 5 days in 2 rooms) Needless to say my babies made a mess every morning and I refused to let the ladies clean behind my kids. That was my job. And last but not least Sunni. Sunni is one of the kindest front desk agents that I’ve ever encountered. Bright smile, joyful presence, and always ask me if I needed anything and how was my stay going. Her customer service is through the roof! I also wanted to give Kudos to your amazing room service attendants. ( I don’t know their names) but my rooms were taken care of every day and I appreciated it. I hope they got the tip I left them. Overall this stay was AMAZING and I’ll recommend this hotel to all my family and friends. I’ll be visiting again soon and this is now my “Go To” hotel in Denver! Thanks again everyone!!!
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FromUS$132
4.5/55 Reviews
My husband I booked a last-minute trip to Denver after having to cancel our honeymoon to Italy. Kathleen was professional, courteous, and incredibly accommodating, and very graciously sent us a bottle of prosecco on the house! Although we were only there for one night, we will definitely be back at the Crawford when we return to Colorado. What a lovely and welcoming hotel -- we had a wonderful time!
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FromUS$289
4.5/55 Reviews
I recently found myself unexpectedly stuck overnight in Denver, and booked a last-minute reservation at the Ramble, knowing only that it looked quite nice in photos and was well-located in the RiNo area. It ended up being one of the most pleasant surprises I've encountered in quite some time – and I say that as a former hotel critic who's difficult to impress. If anything, it's even more difficult to impress on most levels amidst a global pandemic, but the Ramble shined there as well. I used to live in NYC and only a few blocks away from Death & Co., which was (and still is) one of my favorite bars – though I'd note that it's one of the most elaborate cocktail bars pretty much anywhere – but I had no idea until I got there that they'd opened a Denver branch. I wish I could've enjoyed it! (Since I was traveling solo and the property has Covid-related restrictions in place, including no seating at the physical bar, I opted not to do so this time around. That's certainly not the hotel's part, and small groups can drink as well as dine at its tables.) The Ramble's overall aesthetic is eclectic, but with elements of everything from industrial to over-the-top French decor throughout – and while pulling off a successful eclectic look is a much bigger challenge than many realize, the Ramble does so in spades. It's also the first American hotel I can recall seeing in quite some time that still uses physical keys for each guest room, though they do come with an RFID fob that I gather would unlock the fitness center (currently closed due to Covid, but that's been the case even for much larger hotels I've stayed in during the past eight months). I'm admittedly partial to smaller hotels, and while Denver has some excellent larger ones, the Ramble is the first smaller independent one that's truly struck me as impressive. The service was top-notch all-around, and delivered by a staff clearly well-trained in five-star-caliber treatment. I never expect hotel staff to remember my name when passing by (even at full five-star properties), but they did so here – even with me wearing a mask covering my lower face the entire time! Its location in the RiNo / Five Points area is great as well: reasonably close to the ballpark, but not close enough to be stuck amidst touristy stuff. One of my only complaints about it is being slightly *too* far from public transit – I try to avoid renting cars when possible during my travels – but it's still a quick 5-7 minute trip to or from Union Station via Lyft or Uber, and while this may all work less well during the colder weather months soon upon us, there were numerous scooters and electric-assist bikes from the likes of Lime & Lyft available nearby. (They also have on-site valet parking available, plus there's ample free street parking in the surrounding area, though most of it has a two-hour time limit.) The term "boutique hotel" has been almost absurdly overused in recent decades, and continues to be applied even to
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FromUS$270
4.6/512 Reviews
Really enjoyed this hotel and it's amenities the staff was very helpful and very patient with me because I didn't have an appointment to cover incidentals at first but they waited until I was able to get the money transferred to my account and all was well. Fairfield inn has always been a staple since I was young and has once again proven to be a great choice for a getaway in the city
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FromUS$169
4.5/55 Reviews
I was originally booked to stay in the Cherry Creek area at the Jacquard Hotel. They unfortunately did not inform their incoming guests that they changed their policy allowing pets in the hotel. I'm totally allergic and did not find out until I witnessed pets strolling the lobby. This was a major blow when I counted on doing meetings the very morning of my arrival. There were very nice and apologetic and released me from my reservation. I consider this to have been a luck break because my associate in Denver recommended this fabulous hotel called The Source Hotel. Talk about hip and groovy and an amazing staff that can't do enough for you. The best part...NO PETS ALLOWED! You can't go anywhere these days without finding animals. If you're into sleek, clean lines and a minimalist vibe like me, The Source is for you. Special thanks go out to Jess, Dylan, Rori, Hannah and David. See you guys again soon. This is one of the best hotels in Denver!
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FromUS$270
4.6/510 Reviews
If you are staying in the city, this is a great choice. It is next to Union Station and surrounded by lots of great places to enjoy the outdoors, to shop or to eat. The staff is totally wonderful - especially the front desk. You are treated like a welcome guest who is appreciated. The décor is modern but very soothing with leather, stone, woods, fabrics. Very well done and very clean. You might think 'Kimpton' and think very large, and this hotel is large enough to support business events, but it still feels very intimate. The on-site restaurant and adjacent Tavernetta are great. We stayed 3 days and ate multiple times at each. Our room and all public areas were excellent in every way. We would be very pleased to stay here again.
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FromUS$281
3.5/55 Reviews
Denver downtown/capitol hill
The Hilton seems to be a place trying to figure out how to do lodging in a COVID world. The hotel is nice and centrally located in downtown Denver. However, because of COVID many of the amenities you are actually paying for are non-existent. For instance, in order to get clean towels you have to bring your own towels down to the front desk to exchange them. Nothing says quality like guests carrying bundles of dirty towels through the hallways and down the elevator. Another complaint was parking. Given we had two rooms and stayed 4 nights (8 nights lodging and full-fare) we still had to pay for parking. Valet parking (which is really your only viable option currently ran $32. That's pretty steep considering we stayed 8 lodging nights at the hotel. The hotel restaurant was closed as were all other things to do at the hotel. So really, your room price buys you only that-a room. No housekeeping, no breakfast, no workout center, no coffee maker no microwave. I understand the lack of these things. What I don't understand is paying full-fare and not getting them. If you're going to remove amenities that your full-fare was paying for then the fare should be reduced. Otherwise you're paying for things you are not getting. The staff were really nice and accommodating. Even dealing with a special request of mine (a particular floor) very nicely. I really appreciated the helpful attitude. My air conditions was stuck on for my entire stay and when I asked for someone to come look at it (6 PM on my second night), I was told no one was available till the next day. Given it was about 65 degrees in my room I was hoping for more of a timely response. I took all the blankets off the additional queen bed to stay warm. No one ever showed up to look at it and I simply dropped the issue. This isn't the staff's fault, if no one is there then no one is there. All-in-all not my best stay. As mentioned, the hotel is nice and centrally located if you have things you want to go out and do in Denver. However, what you are getting is ONLY a room and nothing else but that. You can't even make your own coffee in the morning. Parking across the street states $16 but the time resets at midnight. If you park when you arrive and leave the next morning you'll pay $32-same as hotel valet.
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FromUS$191
4/55 Reviews
Shuttle took forever, waited almost an hour. Hotel attendant told me 20 minutes two Different times. Microwave was broken in my room. Literally just would Not heat up anything. Room Was nice and cold and the ac worked. Complimentary breakfast was ok. They had attendants that were helpful as well. The nice lady working in the day actually saved me a meal from their nightly dinner social after since I was flying in late. I thought that was pretty impressive and one of the nicest gestures I’ve received at any hotel anywhere. If it wasn’t for that I would rate this hotel average. They ran out of stuff and don’t have wine and it just seems like everything I Needed or thought to ask for was out of stock or not available. Just not my night. But the gesture of the day worker to save me Food was really Something. And that is the only reason I’ll rate this hotel above average.
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FromUS$191
4.5/510 Reviews
Denver downtown/capitol hill
I was in Denver for work and decided to stay behind an extra day to see a little bit of what Denver had to offer. I read so many awesome reviews about Ember Hostel, it seemed like a no-brainer to book. Well, lemme tell ya...it was awesome! I actually felt (and still do feel) stupid for not extending my trip. I can be a bit introverted and in true hostel nature, I met some really dope people within an hour of checking in. We made dinner plans and ended up getting dinner together and bar hopping later that evening off Larimer and ended the night with drunken chatter until 5 am in the hot tub. I stayed in a 4 bed dorm and the bed was insanely comfy. I loved that my bunk had wall plugs and a lamp inside. Getting to that top bunk was a little tricky bc there's no handle up there, but I persevered. (Trying to get up there after an evening of drinking is an extreme sport lol) In the area, there's lots of bars and restaurants within walking distance and even more a short uber ride away.The common areas had super cute decor and I loved that there was coffee in the lobby area. I CANNOT WAIT to return!
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FromUS$176
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$190
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$144
3.8/510 Reviews
We stayed at a 2 beroom suite and it was excelent!! The staff is very friendly You have everything for a long stay, or can be used for a night stay, is near the hospital and that is why we stayed there. The rooms are very clean, the beds are comfortable, it has a TV in everyroom!! Really a very good place to stay
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FromUS$169
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$135
1/511 Reviews
My cousin and I visited Colorado for the first time and chose to stay at the Best Western Premier and did not have any regrets. The hotel is within walking distance to a few eateries and more convenient places. Jay was hospitable and we appreciate the great customer service and great pool side view !
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FromUS$140
3.2/510 Reviews
Denver downtown/capitol hill
I stayed here about a week and half ago. I was very disappointed with it and the location is not good. It is right next door to a nightclub that was open until after 3am so you constantly hear music blaring and people late at night. Every night police sirens would fly by 4 to 5 times a night. So I did not sleep well. Also, I was irritated when I checked in because they demanded an extra 100 dollars deposit cash on top of the cost of the room upfront just for using a debit card. I travel often in and out of the country with a debit and I've never been asked to do this. When I questioned the staff about it the lady that checked me in was very rude and told me I could go find an ATM across the street. She also did not seem to believe me when I spoke of other hotels that complete these charges when you check out. So the cost for the room and extra 100 on top of that took all of my money for the 3 days I was there. I literally had a few dollars left over to eat one meal until Sunday when I checked out when I got the cash back. This was my first time in Denver and this put a damper on the few days because I was very limited with no money just because I didn't have a credit card. Guests need to be told this when the room is booked ahead of time. Also, the room was okay however, I kept finding hair in the bed stuck in the sheets, pillows, and towels. I think Days Inn can do a lot better than this considering I've stayed at several of them in other states. I do not recommend this hotel at all.
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FromUS$103
5/511 Reviews
Quiet, comfortable, clean and hygienic.
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FromUS$102
4.3/510 Reviews
Gateway
I would actually rate 3.5 stars overall. I did a reverse Park Here, Fly There. That worked very well, and allowed for parking up to 30 days free with the hotel room. I paid when I arrived and took the shuttle to the airport, then took the shuttle back to the hotel when I returned in the middle of a snowstorm. The shuttle driver who drove in the snowstorm drove very safely, which I appreciated. The front desk staff could have been friendlier; I felt in all of my interactions with them that service was perfunctory. The rooms had good TVs with Netflix, HBO, etc, and the bed and bedding were nice, but there was a worn-down feel about most other features. For example, the bathroom door wouldn't stay open fully, and there were scuff marks on most walls. While the room was clean, it felt a bit shabby. I previously used Home2 Suites for a park-fly-ride, and would choose them over this hotel in the future. The Home2 Suites rooms are comfortable and much newer. Also, they had frozen meals for sale in the lobby, so you didn't have to go out to get inexpensive food. I had to trundle through the snow and cold to get to the closest restaurant from TownePlace Suites. I wasn't able to check out from the room, so I had one more perfunctory interaction with the front desk.
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FromUS$145
4/510 Reviews
Stayed here for a total of 2 weeks and absolutely loved it. In Highland we are walking distance from cafes, different cuisines, breweries & desserts. The staff was incredibly kind and friendly. Breakfast was even hot despite covid. Laundry, gym, and rooms were convenient to get to. Having a kitchen made it feel like a studio apartment. Very spacious rooms and good lighting.
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FromUS$149
4.5/510 Reviews
Denver downtown/capitol hill
I can't say enough good things about our stay at the Four Seasons in Denver. We were there for a few days for our wedding in October (the venue was actually elsewhere). From the moment we arrived, the staff made us feel welcome and were so helpful. We were upgraded to a suite on the top floor at no expense, and were surprised to find chocolate covered strawberries as a sweet wedding gesture. The rooms/amenities were beautiful as usual. Alexa in the salon provided wonderful hair/make up in my room on the day of my wedding. The poolside attendants were prompt and pleasant. Angie at the front desk was so accommodating - we had several hours of down time after check out, and she was kind enough to store our luggage and allow us to relax in the pool until our flight. Thank you for making my wedding trip so memorable! Another great experience at the Four Seasons!!
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FromUS$606