Hampton Inn Denver - International Airport

Address: 6290 Tower Rd., Denver, Colorado, 80249, United States | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel, located in the Denver Airport area of Denver, is near Cherry Creek State Recreation Area, Mt. Shavano Fish Hatchery, and Fitzsimons Golf Course.
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    TravelPod Member ReviewsHampton Inn Denver - International Airport

    Reviewed by dt_panic

    Stayed twice during our visit - worth the repeat

    Reviewed Aug 1, 2015
    by (7 reviews) Bloomington-Normal , United States Flag of United States

    I stayed here while flying in/out of Denver on my way to Yellowstone. It was a good deal for the money. Our room had 2 queen beds, fridge, microwave, coffee maker, and a decent-sized bathroom. Everything was clean and no issues there.

    Very close to the airport, and they offer a shuttle (which we didn't use).

    The free breakfast was a good selection of hot and cold items.

    On the first trip, the Wi-Fi and cable were out for the duration of our stay (not a big deal for us, but we weren't traveling on business).

    On the return trip, there was a strong sulphur smell coming from the bathroom/hallway outside our room. (Bathroom was near the door - hard to tell). Not a huge deal, just kind of weird.

    Anyway, the price was good, so I would still stay there again despite the minor glitches.


    This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.

    TripAdvisor Reviews Hampton Inn Denver - International Airport

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