Hyatt Regency Denver At Colorado Convention Center
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Today dawns clear, sunny and warm. Cecilia decides to stay in the hotel and finish her doggy bag of trout for breakfast. Miryam and I go out and have breakfast at Einstein Bros. on the 16th. Street Mall. Afterwards we take an agreeable stroll to the end of the street, passing the Union Railway Station, and return on the free shuttle. What a …
It is now early afternoon, so we decide to visit the Colorado State Capitol nearby. We walk up the 16th. Street Mall, The mall is a mile-long, tree-lined promenade stretching through the heart of downtown. It isn't a covered mall as we know it, but a pedestrian shopping street. The free shuttle runs up and down the entire street all day long. It is …
Left ATL on an 8:30am flight and headed straight to Denver. Nothing out of the ordinary though Matthew had the foresight to get us the best seats on the plane - footrests and everything! Philip met us at the airport and drove us to our hotel in Downtown Denver, pointing out important landmarks along the way. We checked in, dumped our stuff in the …
Convention Center Hotel. Neat.
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Historical Traveler Reviews Hyatt Regency Denver At Colorado Convention Center
We stayed at the Hyatt Regency in Denver for 3 nights in June. What a great hotel with a modern, spacious lobby and restaurant. The bedroom and bathroom were both reasonably sized and there was a fanatstic view from our 26th floor room. Breakfast each morning was excellent and reasonably priced. The hotel is within walking distance of the 16th Street Mall, Colorado State Capitol and US Mint. The only negative thing I can say is about the hotel pool. It is described as a "lap pool" and, as such, is long but narrow with two lanes. This means when the pool is fairly busy, as it was on our first day, the lanes get blocked by people standing about in the water or jumping in and it is not possible to get a decent swim. But this is a minor complaint - overall the hotel is thoroughly recommended.
I reserved a 2 night stay at the Hyatt Regency Denver (Colorado Convention Center) for a conference months prior to my stay in June. I called the hotel the day before I arrived to confirm my reservation and to request 2 double beds.
Stayed here in Mid-May and was extremely pleased. I once stayed at the Teatro but it was sold out this time. Hotel still feels brand new, and the room has first-rate decor all the way. The bed had great linens and there was also a flat-screen TV. The bar on the 27th(?) floor was very nice also, and the staff said it gets pretty crowded on the weekends. There is also a large bar and visiting area in the Lobby. Also has a nice sized gift shop with coffee and other essentials. Has a huge valet area and plenty of staff. My business associate and I had 2 rooms, both of which were booked as king/non-smoking. Each of us got 2 beds, which wasn't a problem - though they could've told us at check-in. But, most other hotels were sold out and we checked in late. Room was nice and quiet. Restaurants are in walking distance.
I just spent 5 nights at this hotel while attending a convention at the Colorado Convention Center. The hotel is beautiful, my room was tastefully decorated and the bed was dreamy!! The artwork and design of the hotel makes it unique and a definite asset to downtown Denver. However, I have stayed in hundreds of beautiful hotels while traveling on business & pleasure. Here, the hotel staff makes the real difference. Everyone was friendly and helpful all going above and beyond the norm to ensure that every guest had a pleasant experience. Also, (and I never say this about hotel restaurants!!), the food was very good. The Altitude Restaurant was gorgous with a friendly staff, delicious food that was beautifully presented. I would strongly recommend this hotel and will defiinite look forward to staying there any time my travel takes me back to Denver.
Stayed here for six nights in May 2006 on a business trip. The property still had its "new" feel, and if I hadn't spotted evidence to the contrary, would have thought my room had never been used before. This is a very nice facility across the board and will help to maintain the image associated with the "Hyatt Regency" brand that Hyatt Hotels maintains. Flat-screen televisions and nicely-sized workareas (with convenient electrical and ethernet hookups) complement rooms that are of fair size with contemporary styling. Bath amenities, with their lavender and citrus extracts, were not my cup of tea but worked wonderfully. The 24-hour coffee shop in the lobby is a bit expensive ($8 for some of the pastries!), but it beats wandering out at night (which you don't want to do, even to go just a single block down California or Welton to get to the 16th Street Mall). Self-parking at $20/night with full in and out privileges was well worth the expense. I wish I had gone to Peaks Lounge at the top of the hotel, and had taken advantage of the complimentary fitness center, with its pool and hot tub. I would consider returning to this location again for business or pleasure.
You will love the art and design in this hotel- very lovely colors and modern art pieces in the public spaces. Also, the hotel restaurant was first rate. I was amazed at how good the food was for a hotel. The lunch buffet is stupendous and I am a picky foodie- so you know it's good. For example, the salad bar includes fresh mozzarella (the real thing), roasted fennel and prosciutto, not to mention the fabulous creations of the very talented pastry chef. Try the chocolate espresso cups- to die for! Even the food at the convention events I attended was excellent and we had a group of 450 people.
We just returned from an unfortunate stay at this Hyatt. We arrived at the hotel with confirmed reservations for a special package including King nonsmoking room with valet and breakfast. A line of cars was waiting to park and a hotel employee was informing cars that only the partygoers were allowed to park - NOT HOTEL GUESTS. He said hotel guests would have to find "other parking arrangements" in downtown Denver on a Saturday night.(Denver tows cars left overnight). In disbelief we forged on. The front desk said that despite the inclusion of the valet parking charge of $25.00 we would have to find other arrangements and that we would have to "see accounting" the next day if we wanted the parking charge refunded! Not even sorry for the inconvenience. It is the hotel's policy to prefer the party attendees over hotel guests.The party goers were attending a "Rio Jubalee" in the hotel. We were not alone in being turned away - families, elderly guests all arrived to find they would have to schlep their own bags and fend for themselves.
One night in Denver, thought we would try the new Hyatt Regency Denver At Colorado Convention Center. Hotel is excellent, stylish, chic, great location and very helpful and professional staff. We were given a room on a high floor and the view was fantastic.The beds are so soft and the sheets and pillows are like velvet, the room looked as if we were the first to stay in it. The top floor bar has the same view and also follows the theme of a stylish retreat.The public areas are open spaced and uber chic mixed with natural textures in both the hard landscaping and soft fabrics. A 24 hour coffee shop near to reception is very practical. I think we had a new opening promotional rate on the room, but I would not hesitate to stay here again, even at a higher rate. Can't give higher praise other than to recommend it, great place to stay in Denver.
I stay there this weekend. Overall was really good. The staff was helpful and friendly. The service was great. The rooms were really nice. I had a great time and I will defently go to stay there.
We stayed in the brand new Hyatt Dec. 27, 2005. It had only been open for a week at the time and I believe we were the first to stay in our room. The rooms are not huge, but they are gorgeous with triple sheeted beds. The entire hotel is decorated very uniquely and tastefully. The staff bent over backwards to please. They asked where we were going and had the conceirge call our room with directions to our restaurant. We went to a performance at the Denver Performing Arts Center which is literally across the street. When we returned to the room, we were surprised to find a lovely complimentary appetizer tray of cheese, nuts, etc. and soft drinks for our family of four set up in our room. There is a great bar on the 27th floor with a view of the whole city. The next day the kids wanted to swim, but it was checkout time. The front desk staff gladly issued us a key to the pool and gym areas so we could stay longer. The pool is an indoor lap pool and the gym (no additional cost) has very high tech workout machines, each with their own television so you can change the channel. The locker room is fully stocked with shampoo, blow dryer, plush towels, etc. There are too many little touches to mention, but an example is the moving art with sound effects in the elevator (you just have to see it). I highly recommend this hotel to anyone who is visiting downtown Denver.