Hotel Monaco Denver - A Kimpton Hotel

Address: 1717 Champa St. at 17th, Denver, Colorado, 80202, United States | 4 star hotel
 
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Location

This 4 star hotel, located in the Downtown area of Denver, is near 16th Street Mall, Rock Bottom Brewery, Colorado Symphony Orchestra, and Daniels and Fisher Tower.
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    Historical Traveler Reviews Hotel Monaco Denver - A Kimpton Hotel

    Food was the worst!

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    The rooms were nice but the food was terrible! There was a snow storm so we had no choice but to order room service. They sent up a burger and fries for my teenage daughter. The fries were cold, the burger hard as a rock. I called them and asked for pasta instead. They came and took the burger, brought up angel hair and it was horrible!! Then they charged me for both dishes on my bill. I called the manager to take care of it and as of yet have not received a a return phone call from him.

    Denver in Style

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    My husband, dog and I stayed at the Hotel Monaco for a long weekend this summer. This is the hippest, most stylish hotel we have ever stayed at. The service was top notch. Lily, the hotel mascot dog, was adorable. She became friends with our dog immediately. We will always stay there when we go to Denver!

    On the decline

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    We just returned from a stay at the Monaco (September 2003). The Hotel Monaco was always our choice whenever we are in Denver but.... not anymore. The rates continue upward and the service way way way down! We couldn't buy our car back from the valet and the front desk was frantic and very unhelpful. We had a leak in the bathroom and couldn't find anyone to address the problem. I realize they are trying to be trendy but for the price we also want excellent service. Something not to be found!

    3 star hotel rated as a 4 star

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    This place tries to be trendy. Check in was easy and warm cookies just out of the oven were on the desk for guest. The lobby and halls were clean as i made it to my room. It seemed to be a werid layout but workable. This place has that wide striped wallpaper like all Kimptom places The bathroom was nice as it had a mirror as long as the entire length of the room. Nice touch as there was a CD player in the room, better than the clock radio. There were pay parking lots next to the hotel and this place was very close to the 16th Street area which has a free shuttle for 10 blocks which restaurants abound. Take the shuttle and short walk to Coor's Field. I would stay here if I did not pay any more than I did (I did a Priceline bid on this place).

    Good

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    Nice hotel, good location. Rooms are above average with BRIGHT colors on the walls and bed coverings. Pet friendly, so if you have a companion, this may be the place for you. The attached restaurant is average, but I would recommend getting out to somewhere else. I would stay here again, but only for the right price.

    Service with an attitude

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    The rooms were nice, the location is good, and the property is well kept, but the service is lacking. Room service (breakfast) was almost an hour late and arrived cold with several items missing. When I called to complain, they didn't seem to care. I was told that they were really busy and that it would be another 45 minutes before they could send anything else up. Later that morning, we needed a cab. With no bellman outside, we went inside and asked the concierge to call a taxi. His first response was to ask us to wait outside for a bellman to show up.

    When I refused, he reluctantly agreed to call a taxi for us, but he made sure that we knew it was "beneath him". After checking out, I realized I had left something in the room and called the hotel. I was unable to speak with anyone and was told I would have to leave a message on the "lost and found" machine. Unfortunately no one ever called back. Although a nice property and the on-site restaurant (Panzano is great, you can do a lot better in downtown Denver.

    Certainly Not the Best

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    I stayed at the Monaco in early July after hearing that it was one of the better hotels in Denver. I was sorely disappointed. The service was medicore at best. The guest room was tiny and well worn.

    Great Place!

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    Wonderful hotel! Great service! The most comfortable bed I've ever slept in!After working weird hours, it was a treat to come back to this hotel. The rooms were very quiet - great for sleeping during the day.

    The wine happy hour and free massage were a welcome treat.This is a pet friendly hotel and there were several canine guests on the weekend which made for a homey feel. The onsite restaurant was wonderful as well. I will stay here again!

    Best hotel in Denver

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    This is by far the best hotel in Denver- fabulous service--great food at Panzano's--beautiful, elegant rooms. Very charming. Aveda products. We had a wonderful stay in this hotel.

    Pretty Fake

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    I stayed at the Monaco in a "tall room" near Christmas. For the money, I found the service lacking and that they like to charge for every little thing like local phone calls (.75).

    I'm not sure why, but there were several police cars in front of the hotel as well as many officers in the lobby that night. When I went down later, a construction crew was removing the lobby carpet very loudly.

    I think I'll spend a $1,000 on a better room someplace else next time.

    TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Monaco Denver - A Kimpton Hotel

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    Travel Blogs from Denver

    Up and over

    A travel blog entry by wattsy on Jul 01, 2015

    18 photos

    ... which I have no doubt would offer up many more great sights. But it would probably need to be in spring or late autumn, when the temperature is more conducive to walking. I did a couple of trails, fairly short ones, but was sweating at the end of them despite the early hour, and I embraced the air conditioning when I got back to the car. We drove on through the desert, before reaching the Rockies. Initially the Rockies were dry, arid, smallish mountains, but we continued ...

    Planning a trip like nerds

    A travel blog entry by tuckerhoneymoon on May 17, 2015

    1 comment, 2 photos

    ... have to worry about any transportation or reservations. I camped and cooked my own food, which proved how limited my planning was. My tent leaked, my sleeping bag did not keep me warm at night, and all I ate was ramen and peanut butter and candy. There are plenty of happy memories of that trip, but I never wanted to repeat the uncomfortable nights.

    The anticipation of this trip has kept me sane the last couple months. ...

    The Fourth Day (Denver)

    A travel blog entry by isabellerose13 on Dec 22, 2013

    ... to Fortcollins. We were really excited when we saw some super cute squirrels in the trees when we stopped at a red light. We stopped at some outlet stores to buy some shoes then drove the rest of the way to Chris's house. We had chilli made by Chris for dinner and went to ...

    ...and Life is Good!...

    A travel blog entry by joanknab on Aug 21, 2013

    ... truly took my breath away as we drove through Glenwood Canyon. I swear that the mountains had grown, the greens of the vegetation had taken on a more brilliant hue, and the roaring Colorado river had become more powerful.

    And then my kids, my grandkids, my friends - all whom I could not wait to hug a little harder, a little longer than I ever remember, they all began to fill that empty space that I had kept apart from all of my experiences and adventures in my time ...

    Costa Rican Likes & Dislikes

    A travel blog entry by millhousers on Apr 14, 2013

    ... grace, and honesty. Some examples:

    • I wanted to buy some stuff from a street vendor. However, I didn't have the cash on me. He insisted I take the pots that I had been eyeing, and find him "somewhere sometime in town or on the beach" to pay him. I felt very uncomfortable with this plan, but he was adamant. Indeed, we found him later in the town and paid him in full.
    • I dropped 2 thousand colones ...

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