Hampton Inn Denver Northeast-Brighton

Address: 992 Platte River Blvd, Brighton, Colorado, 80601, United States | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel, located on 992 Platte River Blvd, Brighton, is near Barr Lake State Park and Buffalo Run Golf Course.
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    Travel Blogs from Brighton

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    A travel blog entry by _chelsea_ on Dec 24, 2013

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    ... a breeze and we are to our terminal with more than 3 hours to spare…and good thing since jamison and his infamous ability to lose any/everything meant not more than 20 minutes in the airport and we are at the help booth for re-ticketing! ha! went smooth at least --- and without undue stress from either of us --- and now I am the keeper of all things tickets.




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    Through Colorado

    A travel blog entry by augustinesghost on Oct 12, 2013

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    ... was about 11,500 feet, which is pretty high! From there it was a windy ride down into Denver, which was a little hazy but very pretty. The leaves are starting to change here, which makes it even more lovely. If you look past the other hotels, the Target, and the highway, there’s a nice view of the Rockies in the distance from my hotel room. Niiiiiice.

    Saturday night I ...

    Mile high city

    A travel blog entry by ryanbrokenbrow on May 21, 2013

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    ... on are travels but in comparison to some third world countries it was like the ritz, and I can hardly pass judgment on a place I didn't even set foot in, only drive through, after all, many cities have poorer outer districts but it was the feel that I got. All American cities love sky scrapers, there's more Starbucks coffee shops than bicycles in Beijing, ...

    Crossing the First Threshold

    A travel blog entry by jeannieround on Oct 04, 2012

    The future is open-ended, anything could happen. Because of this, I limited my expectations when coming to Denver. I didn't exactly know what to expect on my first day at DU but I embraced every moment of it. My mind was wide open when I first stepped onto the campus of DU on move-in day. All I could focus on were all the new incoming students with piles and piles of stuff. I tried to focus on what kind of people went to Denver. I wanted to see if they were ...

    Back In The Mile High City!

    A travel blog entry by becky_leeanne on Jun 23, 2012

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    ... On the way I tried getting on the wrong escalator (coming up rather than down) - it must be true about the elevation and alcohol haha!!

    To say this was my third time in Denver, it never occurred to me to ask Cody what colour the truck was, or the model! Looking for a truck in the USA is like looking for a car in England! So I decided to aim for any female drivers who were pulling up - and did run to a few ...