Quality Inn & Suites Denver International Airport

Address: 6890 Tower Road, Denver, Colorado, 80249, United States | 2 star hotel
 
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This 2 star hotel, located in the Denver Airport area of Denver, is near Fitzsimons Golf Course.
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    Historical Traveler Reviews Quality Inn & Suites Denver International Airport

    Non è il tipico hotel in zona aeroporto

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    La camera era molto tranquilla e pulita. I letti erano comodi e i cuscini soffici. L'hotel era affollato, ma non ho sentito il minimo rumore provenire dalle altre camere. Dovevamo partire per l'aeroporto alle 3.30 del mattino e a quell'ora la colazione era già pronta! Se l'avessi saputo, ne avrei approfittato. Ho potuto dare soltanto un'occhiata veloce, ma l'assortimento mi è sembrato molto vasto! Il primo bus navetta per l'aeroporto parte alle 3.00. Vicino all'hotel ci sono un paio di ristoranti. Consiglio quest'hotel a tutti, ma se avete bisogno della sveglia mattutina, avvertite il personale all'atto del check-in: ho provato a chiamare la reception dalla camera più volte, ma o non rispondevano, oppure mi mettevano in attesa e poi chiudevano la comunicazione.

    Fantastischer Aufenthalt

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    Fantastischer Aufenthalt, angemessene Preise, gute Lage zum Flughafen, gutes Frühstück, Empfangspersonal war sehr hilfsbereit. Zimmer sind geräumig.

    Great Stay

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    Great stay, reasonable price, good location to airport, good breakfast, front desk was very helpful. Rooms are spacious.

    Soggiorno fantastico

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    Soggiorno fantastico, prezzo ragionevole, buona posizione rispetto all'aeroporto, colazione squisita, personale di front desk molto disponibile. Le camere sono spaziose.

    Super séjour

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    Super séjour, à un prix abordable. L'hôtel était bien situé pour se rendre à l'aéroport, le petit déjeuner était bon, le personnel de la réception très efficace. Les chambres étaient spacieuses.

    Had a pleasant stay

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    Husband, 2 kids and I stayed at the Red Roof the night before we flew back home. I have to say that we had a very pleasant stay.

    Checkin was prompt and curteous. The room was nice and clean and did not smell. Basic room amenities, but that was ok since we were only there for overnight.

    The kids enjoyed the indoor pool. It was not a very big pool, but since they were the only ones in there it was plenty big for them.

    We used the microwaves in the eating area that night for a quick evening meal. It was nice eating there instead of in our room. There was complimentary coffee, juice, cappuccino, hot chocolate even later in the day which was nice.

    The complimentary continental breakfast was basic, but nice. There were Sara Lee muffins, danishes, fruit, assortment of beverages that were listed above, and Cream of Wheat. A nice kickoff before heading to the airport.

    We did not use the shuttle service since we had a rental car, but I did see a signup sheet where you signup the night before. I also saw the shuttle driver check the sheet and call for those that needed the shuttle. Seems efficient to me.

    I thought it was a great value. We had a coupon for 49.99 and definatley thought it was all worth it. I would stay here again if I need a hotel near Denver International.

    Should've Listened to Other Review

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    This is one of those "you get what you pay for" hotels. The rate was approx $67 - a great deal for a Denver airport hotel - so I disregarded the negative review already posted here and reserved anyway. Stood and waited 12 minutes at check in while the front desk worker chatted on the phone with her supervisor about the days problems. Though she did say "sorry about that" when she finally took care of my check in. Pool was broken. Room had a strange smell - bed was very uncomfortable - soda machine on our floor was not working. I don't pack shampoo in our overnight bags anymore - I'm just so use to the hotel having complimentary shampoo. Not this hotel. Even went to the front desk and they said sorry - none available. On the bright side - the rate was great, the internet connection worked fine- the ice machine was also working and the room seemed clean. We've stayed at many many hotels - from Motel 6 to Ritz Carlton's and this was my least favorite of them all.

    Would not stay at this Motel Again unless Last Resort . . . . .

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    This motel had a good rate and did honor a coupon of $49.99 on a double room (Roomsaver).

    Short version of story is that we had to move to 3 different rooms.

    Plumbing problems; two ground floor rooms we had, the shower would not drain, rooms smelled musty and of perfume at the same time.

    Third room on higher floor the tub did drain but found long hairs scattered thoughout the bathroom in various locations.

    All rooms looked like they were cleaned by a teenage son in a rush. Third room had syrup on dresser top, magizines that were left behind and the floor looked like it was not vacuumed.

    This motel was probably ok when new a few years ago but is quickly going down hill, spend a couple of extra bucks and DO NOT STAY HERE.

    TripAdvisor Reviews Quality Inn & Suites Denver International Airport

    4.00 of 5 stars Excellent
     

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    A travel blog entry by isabellerose13 on Dec 23, 2013

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    The Hero's Journey - Taking Up the Challenges

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    Water World Colorado

    A travel blog entry by harrysusa on Jul 12, 2012

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