Holiday Inn Denver East-Stapleton
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
Historical Traveler Reviews Holiday Inn Denver East-Stapleton
Our key didn't work the door most of the time.
We have family that live near Quebec St., so we generally stay at the Radisson or the nearby Renaissance when visiting Denver.
Loved The Radisson
Warm and friendly staff in all the hotel outlets, experienced the sleep number bed and was fantastic! Great atmosphere and free shuttle to the airport. The hotels location is centerally located to major Denver attractions. I recommend this hotel travelers coming to Denver.
Best Hotel Beds!!!
I enjoyed my stay at this hotel. The staff was friendly, the room was clean, and the food in the restaurant was good especially the banana pancakes and the hot fudge brownie sundae. But even better than all of that was the bed in my room. The hotel has just started placing in all of its room, the new Sleep Number beds. I loved it. The bed was so comfortable that I am ordering one for my house. This is a nice hotel but if anything you should stay here just for the beds, just be sure to ask for a room with a Sleep Number bed.
What a great hotel experience!! I went to the Radisson Stapleton for a business trip and was pleased to see that they had free wireless connections in the entire hotel. Also I had a great room that faced the Rocky Mountains.
The shuttle to downtown was very convienient. After reading some of these other reviews I think those travelers were just having a bad day.
I would definately recommend this hotel to anyone going to Denver.
I reserved a room at this Radisson two months in advance in preparation for a three week personal trip in the US and Canada West. We stopped here in October--they weren't booked full by any means from the appearance of the parking lot. I am not a regular Radisson customer--I usually stay with other chains on business and personal travel, but my travel service offered a good rate at this Radisson.
I recently attended a conference in Denver Colorado and had booked at the downtown Holiday Inn. Less than a week before my conference I was called by the Holiday Inn to inform me that they had a problem with their booking system and I was being transferred to the Radisson Stapleton. I was very nervous after reading the TripAdvisor reviews.
I didn't think enough about why we were able to find such a cheap room rate. Now I'm sorry!
The Radisson on Quebec is one of the old Stapleton Airport hotels that found itself without an airport when Stapleton closed. It is a large property and would have been very upscale in 1970. There is an imposing atrium and the lobby decorations are very elegant. However the rooms are very small with none of the "business class" amenities like a small refrigerator or microwave that most folks have come to expect from other hotels in this price range. All of the guest rooms open into balconies around the atrium and for some reason the hotel is VERY noisy. I'm a light sleeper and I was bothered by people talking and moving through the lobby well into the night. There was some kind of a baseball tournament in town and there were all kinds of teenagers hollering at each other across the lobby - probably just to hear their voices echo. Thankfully they moved on after one night of chaos.
They Gave My Room Away
I had a confirmation number for the room I had reserved a week previously. When I arrived, I was told they had given my room to someone who wanted to stay longer. It was 9:30 P.M. and I (62 year old female schoolteacher who was at the Radisson for a seminar the following day) told them I didn't know this part of town, so they offered me a sleeper-sofa. I stood there and watched them check in several males that they seemed to have room for. Finally they offered to comp my stay at a neighboring hotel. I would not recommend this hotel.