Country Inn & Suites By Carlson, Denver International Airport

Address: 4343 N. Airport Way, Denver, Colorado, 80239, United States | 2 star hotel
 
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Location

This 2 star hotel, located in the Denver East area of Denver, is near Cherry Creek State Recreation Area, Mt. Shavano Fish Hatchery, Aurora Hills Golf Course, and Fitzsimons Golf Course.
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      Historical Traveler Reviews Country Inn & Suites By Carlson, Denver International Airport

      No surprises but a fine choice

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      A late arrival made this lodging most attractive since it was only about ten minutes from the airport. Our room was large, clean and the free internet hookup was very very nice. Complimentary (very ample)breakfast, free newspaper and lovely chocolate chip cookies in the lobby were all nice perks as was the honor system lending library which allowed you take a book home and drop it off at some future stay at an affiliate hotel. Nothing surprising but we were very comfortable and would definitely stay there again.

      Great option for airport travelers

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      We stayed at this hotel for one night before heading to Breckenridge. The complimentary hotel shuttle picked us up at the airport about 1/2 hour after we called. Although it seemed to take some time we noticed that the large variety of hotel shuttles picking up passengers created a back-up. Our shuttle driver was extremely courterous and our driver the next morning offered to drive my husband to the AVIS car rental spot since he had a slow schedule. Check-in was a breeze. The hotel is walking distance to several restaurants (Applebees, Outback, Ted's Montana Grill and others). The room was very clean and beds were comfortable. We also enjoyed the free internet access. The complimentary breakfast was just okay but got us going for the day. We would definitely stay at this hotel again when flying in or out of Denver.

      Wonderful Stay

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      We really liked this hotel, we had flown in on the red-eye arriving at 7:00 a.m., they didn't think they had a room available since the hotel was full but when they checked they had one & gave it to us early with no extra charge! The staff were very helpful & nice. The hotel was full of teenage soccer players & I was a little leary about noise but we never heard a peep, it was very quiet. The breakfast in the morning was very good with hot & cold items. There are quite a few places to eat within walking distance as well, we will stay there again the next time we're in the area.

      A Good Value

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      My wife and I stayed at the County Inn 2 nights the last week in July 2006. Our room was on the first floor, not far from the indoor pool. The Country Inn looks like a new hotel and it had the amenities many travelers like, including a modern room cooling/heating system, "real" blackout drapes, soundproofing, quality bedding, and high speed wi-fi. The staff were helpful in the business center and at the desk, there was a variety of food at the large breakfast room, and the airport shuttle seemed to always be available. The hotel is located near 7-9 restaurants in a newer area about 10 minutes away from the airport. The only downside is that it is about 25 minutes from the downtown area. But for the price and the quality, we would definitely stay there again.

      Sweet

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      Very clean, friendly and helpful desk, nice breakfast, fair price geat location (previous review stated in not close to the airport - I disagree).

      One of worst events ever.

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      We stayed at this location before our trip to Aspen. First they represent that they are at the airport but are in actuality 20 minutes away. Next in took the shuttle to pick us up at the airport about 1 hr after we received our luggage, with other hotel shuttles arriving and departing every 15 minutes. When we checked in they tried to give us a smoking room, even though the reservation was clearly for non-smoking. The room itself was ok. The breakfast in the morning was horrible, with even the cold cereal stale. Would not rec this facility

      Great airport location

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      We stayed at the Country Inn after arriving at Denver Intl. Airport about 10pm. The hotel is about 10 miles from the airport.

      There are several restaurants (family friendly) within walking distance.

      The staff was courteous and helpful.

      Room was clean and quiet and beds were firm. No airport noise.

      Breakfast was decent...more than a continental breakfast.

      Our kids had the indoor pool to themselves in the morning.

      Good rate.

      We'd stay there again.

      Nice place

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      stayed here on our last night in denver. close to the airport. great breakfast with belgian waffles. rooms clean and spacious, very similar to a marriott or hilton. would definitely stay there again.

      Great breakfast, Quiet Rooms

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      Our family enjoyed staying here on a Friday evening in August. Check-in & -out was quick & painless. Staff were personable and accommodating. The bus driver dropped several of us off at separate rental car spots in the morning (very convenient for parents of 2 toddlers!). Breakfast was extraordinary -- fresh waffles, yogurt, fruit, cereals! Delicious!

      Nice place to stay

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      This was a really nice hotel if you need to stay close to the airport. Great rates- about $80 is what we paid, which includes breakfast. Nice rooms, equivalent to a Marriott. Good service- highly recommend!

      TripAdvisor Reviews Country Inn & Suites By Carlson, Denver International Airport

      4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding
       

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