Homewood Suites Denver International Airport
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We use this hotel when traveling from Denver to another city because it provides a shuttle (free) to the airport and also accommodates long term parking - $10.00 for up to 30 days. That in itself is a bargain.
There is a buffet breakfast provided and an evening 'manager's' buffet complete with a selection of beer, wine, and soft drinks.
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