Four Points by Sheraton Denver Southeast
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Newly renovated - great stay!
Had a great one-night stay here - loved the room even better than the more expensive Hyatt in the Tech Center, which wasn't so bad either. Just renovated this summer, so all-new appointments in the room - fantastic king-size bed, fridge, desk, free high-speed internet. After staying at a ghetto Travelodge in Salida, our backs were thankful to be in such a nice bed. There's no WiFi - you have to use Ethernet or USB - but they thoughtfully include both cables in the room. Everything was very clean and nice, my girlfriend loved it. Staff seemed a bit indifferent, but we checked in late and left early anyway. At my priceline.com rate of $30/night (weekday), this was by far the best value of my vacation. Location right off I-25 is convenient if not exactly quaint, and there's a lot of construction in the area, but the room was perfectly quiet and we had a great night's sleep. Highly recommended!
I have to say that I loved the location of the hotel. It was right next to I-25. The rooms were great. We had two problems with the room and maintance fixed that same day. When I saw the pictures on Expedia, they showed the view from the resturant and I wasn't sure if it was a real view or a picture on the wall. Let me tell you, it is the real thing, the mountains looked awesome. Like the other people said, the bed is the best. It is also across the street from Chilis and a awesome movie theater.
A Nice Mini Vacation from a local
I stayed here with my young son for a fun time in Denver. My son thought the hotel was really nice and commented on the decor. I thought it was an excellent value and clean facility. We were impressed with the room and the newer beds and LOVED the room service for dinner (the food was excellent and the chocolate lava cake was fabulous). We especially enjoyed the pool in the summer heat. We hopped from the indoor hot tub to the outdoor pool often, then skipped over to the arcade for more fun. I also noticed the larger than normal hotel workout room. There is a very large movie theatre (16 screens) right across the street which is convenient for entertainment. We hope to be back soon with our whole family for another fun weekend away without going too far from home.
Close to everything
I stayed at this location July 1-8 on a business/pleasure trip. The location was ideal-close to Downtown, Cherry Creek and the Tech Center. Even though it was just off I-25 there was no noise from traffic. Hotel lobby being renovated over 4th of July but easy access for all guests.
Room had the new bed, sheets and pillows. On the 10th floor we had a great view of the city and mountains. Hotel staff was great, friendly. Two restaurants, plenty of parking and numerous meeting rooms a pool, gym and laundry for guest use.
At the special rates being offered by Sheraton this is hard to beat.
Great Hotel-Great Price
Timing is everything. Stay at a hotel when there is a lot of renovating and you might not enjoy your stay. Stay at a hotel the day after the desk clerk had a fight with his/her spouse and you might not care for their attitude. Fortunately none of these events took place (or at least weren't evident)during our week-long stay at this hotel. The Four Points Sheraton Denver Southeast provided a very pleasant stay with all the ammenities one needs.
Extremely comfortable beds, great swimming pools, very good restaurant and bar and very convenient location (right off Route 25). Add to that an unbelievable price and you've got a winner.
Very pleasant stay!
I remember this property shortly after it opened while visiting grandparents were in town a couple of decades ago! I had the opportunity to stay at the renamed hotel (was formerly Marriott) for a weekend.
The room was wonderful! Great bed, tasteful decor and a fantastic view of downtown and the front range. Breakfast delivered to the room was perfect temperature, just as ordered and the AC was great! Check-In and Check-Out was smooth with courteous staff.
Even when factoring in taxi rides to/from downtown it was still cheaper than most downtown hotels!
The public areas still could use a little updating and the "Lodge"(old Jackson's Sports Grill) was was dead but it says something that they still kept the bar running on a saturday night. These are just two minor blemishes that do not detract from a great Denver property.
If I had not gotten such a cheap rate for our room over the internet, I would have been irate about the shape of the motel. They were doing some desperately needed updating/ remodeling. We got two rooms and the air conditioner only worked in one room. They keep the pools sweltering hot. The staff is friendly enough, but it seemed they were understaffed the days that we stayed. The one thing that I truly enjoyed about the hotel, was the bed. They have the new "comfort beds", and I can attest to the name. It was truly the most comfortable bed I've ever slept in. I would stay at this hotel again for the bed, but only if I got the same dirt cheap rate.
A Work In Progress
Not the horror story one would expect from the last review. This hotel is a bit dated, no doubt about it. The hotel is being renovated (They have a big board in the lobby detailing what they are doing to the hotel, it is very nice). The room we had was very nice, comfortable beds and very clean. They had plenty of hookups for internet service (don't own a laptop, so didn't use it, but they had a bag with computer cables there in case you need them, which I thought was considerate). They have a nice indoor and outdoor pool. Very roomy jacuzzi (indoor). Didn't try room service or on-site restraunt (we were at the Six Flags most of the day). Got the room for $30/night (Sunday night) on Priceline, so was very pleased with our deal. Had a problem with the onsite ATM (charged me a $100 but didn't give me any money) and the swing shift front desk clerk was less than friendly about helping me resolve the issue. Wife reports that staff that checked her in earlier was also less than pleasant (don't know if it was because of Priceline rate or just being a snot). The morning clerk was very nice however. Would stay there again (provided for Priceline rate). Don't think there is much they can do to make the outside of the building look any newer though. Still looks old, but not bad.
With a Marriot name you would expect at the very least business quality. Not So. This is by far the worst Marriot we have ever been to. We also paid well over $100 to stay at a 30 year old dump! Everything is extremely dated and worn out. The staff were fine, but the rooms are horrible! Tiny beds with worn out furniture and linens scuffed up walls etc.. the list goes on. Also not safe for small children, balconies that appear to not meet safety regulations. Stay away from this one. There is a better Marriot 10 minutes south off the same freeway. Wish we had stayed there! Also do not believe the new pictures on the Marriot website they are so far from the truth its pathetic!!!!!
Exceeded my expectation
I was worried about going to this hotel, since I couldn't seem to find any information of the property: no pictures besides one from afar, no specific information on the website, and no reviews. But, I had pricelined this hotel and there was no turning back.
Turns out, I had nothing to worry about. Perhaps it was because my expectations were so low that I was pleasantly surprised. The staff was friendly, the furnishings relatively new, the bed was very comfortable, and the location was good, but only because we had a car. DO NOT TAKE THIS HOTEL IF YOU DON'T HAVE A CAR! It's about a 15 minute drive from downtown. Not a problem for us, and it was really easy to get to from the airport. But it's NOT close to downtown by foot. If you pick this hotel, see if you can get a West-facing room on the top floor. We did, by chance, and it's great. Nice view of the Front Range and the Denver skyline, and we had double-high ceilings.
I'd definitely stay here again.
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