Crowne Plaza Denver International Airport
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... drive (usb powered) was $115.. I brought a 750mb one earlier this year for 130 in NZ… And this ones for everyone, a 1.5kg bag a m&m’s was $8.75 – I resisted for the fear I would not be allowed into Canada with such a stash, or wouldn’t fit.. One of the two..
After this we headed to the rich area of Colorado Springs, some really huge mansions over here, and along with this tour came the week long ever lasting ...
... exhibit there was a box of granola all over the RV floor which Chris was cleaning up and Zach was still crying in the corner. I realized he was very overtired so I hugged him and calmed him down for about 10 mins then he went sraight to sleep for over an hour. Chris stayed in the RV and played solitaire on his iPhone (his new addiction) to come down from the trauma he had just experienced and I went back into the museum to see all the ...
... this), then am able to fit everything in the provided bag except one of two 3-ounce cans of spray sunscreen. Realizing it’s time to cut my losses, I push the sunscreen can over to the ********icer for confiscating, checking my urge to take the thing and spray it into his face.
That annoyance completed, and probably a good 10-15 minutes of time wasted, I hurry down the escalator and onto AeroTrain for the ride over to Terminal C. Then to Gate C11, where the 757 for ...
... br> On Saturday, armed with snacks, we went on a road trip to Colorado Springs, near the Rocky Mountains. We headed for the Cave of the Winds, which was a really cool underground cave tour. We then decided we wanted to go panning for gold, so we went to Ghost Town, which was a small museum of bits and pieces from the days of the gold rush. Unfortunately the gold panning exhibit was not open, which was a little disappointing, but we did get to sit in some ...
... thank Larry and Suzanne enough for returning our both our pets and our house in pristine condition. We are planning a dinner together sometime soon. Click here to see a video of the dogs upon our homecoming.
Vivian threw herself a playdate "party" on Sunday with some of her best friends including Anna, Eli, Ella, Jack, Morgan, and their siblings Flynn, Jonah, Isaac, and Ryan. She was in 7th heaven running ...
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Historical Traveler Reviews Crowne Plaza Denver International Airport
This place is a pit
We stayed at the Holiday Inn at Denver International Airport after arriving in Denver on a late flight. It took an hour for pick-up at the airport because the desk clerk couldn't seem to communicate with the shuttle driver. Once we arrived, we found the hallways to smell of garbage, with uncleaned stains on the carpet. The room smelled of a combination of unventilated air and cleaning fluid. We were happy to leave the next morning.
We gave the Holiday Inn DIA another try since we were holding a meeting there. Unfortunately, things haven't improved much in the past two years since our last problematic stay.
I have stayed here two years in a row with a convention and been disapointed both times. The cleanliness was all right, but the service was terrible.
This feels like a much older hotel. The carpeting is well worn, in the halls and the rooms. The desk chair was unusable and the heating unit noisy. My view was of an exhaust stack on the roof next to me. I attend a convention that uses this hotel. Next year I'll stay down the street and walk over. Friendly people don't make up for the lack of investment by the owner.
Expected more from a Holiday Inn
Stayed here for 1 night in December. The shuttle from the airport did not seem to be frequent and we had to call the hotel for it to come and pick us up.
The lobby is quite impressive and the check in process was fairly quick but I was not very impressed with the rooms. They were very dark and had obviously not been refurbished for a long time. They seemed to be fairly clean but everything just felt old.
The breakfast was so-so, nothing special but other than a Subway sandwich shop across the street there is really nowhere else within walking distance to get something to eat.
Overall, the hotel is ok if you just want somewhere to sleep before or after a flight but would not really reccommend it for anything other than that.
A too large hotel, with prices that or not acceptable for this service. You didn't had the feeling that u where welcome here.
Memorial Weekend Stayover was Great
We stayed at this hotel on the way to visit relatives in Colorado Springs. The employees are friendly and the hotel is great. We had a delicious dinner and the pool was perfect for my family to relax in after our long drive. We will be staying again next month when we fly out of DIA, since they have a Park and Go program too!
Another Poor Holiday Inn
Poor staff, small rooms, and a nice view of the highway sums up this dirty hotel.
P.S The old lady serving lunch was a little too slow to be waiting on tables.
There are several hotels in the area & I urge you to choose one of those over this Holiday Inn. We had a seminar at this hotel last week. Several people had problems with their room keys not working. Some even had to get moved to different rooms because they could never get the keys to work. Rooms were not clean as we found a bag stuffed under the A/C unit containing dirty underwear. Also, a used towel placed on the bathroom floor was folded & hung up as if it were clean. No ventilation in the room bathrooms which made for very steamy & stuffy rooms. Also no ventilation in the women?s restroom outside of the conference room which caused the hallway to stink. Even though there was a housekeeper in that women?s restroom every time I went in there, there was no liquid soap. If you took your shower after 6am, there was no hot water. The power went out for about an hour during our seminar which left us in pitch black. You had to check your drinking glass & dinner plate carefully before you used it as many of them were stained, dusty or just plain unclean.
This airport hotel has a convenient shuttle that picks you up outside baggage claim. The driver we had was awesome- he gaves us some good tips.. Example: the city bus stops right outside this hotel and takes you downtown for $3.00 each way, nice to know if you aren't driving! The hotel itself has a nice lobby area, and the rooms were nothing to get excited about and the curtain didn't close all the way. The restaurant was bland and overpriced-- go into downtown if you want good steak or there are fast food joints across the street. For an airport hotel it's a good option but pay less and get the same at the Sleep Inn Airport hotel just down the street!