Hampton Inn & Suites Denver Downtown

Address: 1845 Sherman Street, Denver, Colorado, 80203, United States | 2 star hotel
 
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This 2 star hotel, located in the Downtown area of Denver, is near Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception, The Spa at The Brown Palace, Colorado Symphony Orchestra, and Paramount Theatre.
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    Historical Traveler Reviews Hampton Inn & Suites Denver Downtown

    Make a note!!!! - great place to stay in Downtown Denver

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    This is a terrific value! - very accomodating staff, excellent location near downtown Denver 16th Str. Mall, Museums, Galleries, Lodo, even Botanical Garden - very quiet rooms , comfortable beds(well-constructed hotel), best breakfast selection, walk or drive to downtown experiences, dinner, etc. Chemically-sensitive guest had NO problems here! Would not stay anywhere else!!

    Fantastic value

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    I was part of a group staying and meeting in the hotel. It's downtown location was a huge plus, and it was considerably less expensive than the full service hotels downtown with few drawbacks. Both surface and garage parking in the area is plentiful and there is no need to pay for the valet unless you don't care to walk a couple blocks. The 16th Street Mall shuttle (only about 4 blocks from the hotel) keeps almost everything in the downtown within a pleasant walking distance so a car wouldn't be necessary for many travelers.

    The staff was professional, helpful and friendly. My room was a nice medium size, everything was new, clean, and comfortable, and the bathroom was even on the elegant side in its fixtures. The fridges and microwaves in every room were a boon for planning for our group, people w/ allergies/restrictions could do their own thing. The meeting rooms were a mix - one was perfect, one was too hot and we couldn't easily control the temperature so we ended up not using it much. However, the staff gave us the use of a room on the next floor for our meals for no charge so overall it worked out well for our group.

    I'm guessing that this hotel's popularity will only increase while it's still new and the prices are so reasonable...if you get a good price, go for it!

    First time, but not my last

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    This was my first time staying at a Hampton Inn. Based on my experience here, it will not be my last.

    The hotel, a non-descript building set next to a parking lot, is only about a five-minute walk from the 16th Street Mall. My room was large and comfortable, but even though I looked out over the parking lot, it could not be called "bright". The King-sized bed was very comfortable. While it came with 4 pillows, they were small and made sleeping tough unless you lay almost motionless. In addition to the microwave, there was a fridge. Unlike most hotel fridges, however, it was empty which was great since it meant that it could actually be used!!!! The bathroom was large and comfortable, with a good supply of towels. The Shower tub was too shallow for bathing, but the water pressure was fine.

    Breakfast was included in the price. It consisted of cold cereal, bread products, juice, fruit, yogurt, and eggs and meat. It is all self-serve. Also included in the price is USA Today and a local Denver paper. If you do not want the papers, make sure that you notify them when you check-in (there certainly is no reason to pay for USA Today to be left outside your front door since complementary copies are available at breakfast).

    Finally, the staff was also very helpful. About 20 minutes after I checked-in they called up just to make sure that everything was fine with my room.

    Very Good - Would Stay Here Again

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    Very modern, clean hotel with the right amenities (in-room coffee, free bfast, free internet). Room was very clean, quiet, and comfortable with in-room fridge and microwave. The bed was spacious with great pillows & comforter. Hotel is right downtown, quick cab to anything, walking distance to state building. Staff was friendly, helpful, and out-going. I thought a rate of $129 a night was a bargain for downtown Denver. You could stay in one of the "stuffy" hotels at twice the price and listen to noise all night. I prefer to stay here.

    This is a really nice Hampton Inn

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    This is my first stay at the Hampton Inn downtown as the Embassy Suites where I usually stay has closed to become the Ritz Carlton. This is a great Hampton Inn. I have stayed at several Hampton Inns and this one is one of the best. I stayed in a suite so I can't comment on the other rooms but the suite was really nice with a small refrigerator and a microwave. Breakfast at the Hampton Inn is really good for the price (free). They have little mini egg omelet's as well as a different item every day. One day French Toast - Another day biscuits and gravy.

    The pool is nice as is the work out room. The parking is the only drawback. As others have said the parking is $16.00 per day. However, you can park on the street for free after 6. You have to move your car before 8 am.

    This hotel is two blocks from the 16th street mall. Once you are on the mall, there are buses to take you up and down the street. You won't go wrong with this hotel.

    What a gem

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    stayed at this hotel as the hotel i would normally stay at is remodeling. boy am i glad i found this place. it's almost brand spanking new. the hotel is stylish, the rooms are large and the service very friendly. note, the hotel is stylish, but not high class quality == imagine high end looks but somewhat better than IKEA quality. hey, for $130 per night in a major metro, i wasn't expecting anything nearly as nice as this. this place has it wired. great rooms, lovely common area, decent gym, even a pool. very convenient to anywhere downtown. free wireless, ample breakfast. my one gripe, and only gripe, $16 per night for valet. $16? i mean, this is denver, not new york.

    Great Hotel

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    I found this hotel to be exceptional. The rooms were spacious and very clean. Service was more than I expected. The breakfast was standard Hampton Inn, but there was plenty of food. They had "Breakfast to Go" bags available as well. Parking was a bit expensive at $16.00, but that was the only flaw I found. Location was good and I felt very safe. I highly recommend this hotel. Great hotel for a reasonable price.

    Great Hotel & Location

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    This hotel is wondeful. Everything is like new. Great rooms, comfortable beds, microwave, fridge, coffeemaker. Free breakfast included. About a 4-5 block walk to the Downtown entertainment areas. If you're looking for a full service resturant and room service this is not the hotel for you. If you want a great room at a good rate, decent breakfast and location close to downtown Denver this is the place to be.

    Fantastic!

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    I was very impressed with the Hampton Inn Suites. Great price, clean, amd within walking distance of LoDo (short cab ride if the weather isn't that great). Felt like I was staying in a four star Hilton!

    Hampton was highly satisfactory

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    We stayed for a week at the Hampton in downtown Denver. The staff were especially accomodating--one night there was a Christian Youth group carrying on until the wee hours and the staff put an immediate stop to it. Very quiet after that incident.

    The motel is new and so it is especially clean and comfortable, although I usually have had good luck with Hampton. The location is not quite central, but only about five blocks from the more central part of town. Neighborhood seemed very safe for walking around in the evening. I would definitely recommend this Hampton.

    TripAdvisor Reviews Hampton Inn & Suites Denver Downtown

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