Residence Inn Denver City Center

Address: 1725 Champa St, Denver, Colorado, 80202, United States | 3 star hotel
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Location

This 3 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 Residence Inn Denver City Center

    Residence Inn Downtown Denver ROCKS!

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    I was headed to Denver to see a concert and checked the city's website Denver.org for information. They were listing specials at various downtown hotels. I checked the list of hotels with their individual ratings at tripadvisor.com, and found out that the Residence Inn Downtown had received rave reviews. And that's why I picked it. I was not disappointed. I often stay at Residence Inns because I like the feeling of a home away from home, with your own kitchen area, and a living room. This one was in a 15-story building, with parking on the lower levels. The staff was very friendly, and the location was perfect for visiting Denver. Besides the concert, very much enjoyed my visit to the new downtown location of the Tattered Cover Bookstore, which is located not far away from the hotel.

    I loved this hotel!

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    We stayed here from Sept 2 to Sept 6. I was very impressed with this hotel. It was spotless, spacious and on top of that, the room comes with a free breakfast, flat screen tv and free high speed internet! What more do you need?

    Breakfast was great, quite a few selection to choose from (hot and cold breakfast available). The hotel is situated about a block away from the 16-street mall area. There's free shuttle running along the 1 mile shopping area.

    I am very happy to have found this hotel and would highly recommend this to anyone.

    Great in many ways!

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    This hotel was totally comfortable, clean and accommodating. The staff couldn't be nicer! Very nice full breakfasts in the morning added to the positive atmosphere. I truly recommend this as a wonderful place to stay! I only wish all my business travel met these standards!

    Excellent ALL The Way Around

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    Excellent stay with friendly people. Worth the premium price. VERY clean, super breakfast and snacks at night. First rate staff.

    Only issue is they ding you for parking one extra time. You pull in at 9pm, and you pay for that full days parking. so an over night stay costs you two days parking. Petty for the rates they charge.

    Other than that, will be back next year.

    Excellent on every level

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    We are taking a road trip for a honeymoon, and flew into Denver to start. I had selected this hotel due to the good reviews on TripAdvisor, and they did not disappoint!

    The staff was great, the room was wonderful, and the free breakfast beats anywhere I've been, hands down. Tons of options, both hot and cold, all delicious.

    The location was easy to find, and centrally located. We walked to Vesta Dipping Grill for dinner, no problem.

    A great hotel overall, and we would definitely stay here again!

    Fantastic hotel!

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    My family of four (with 2 teenagers) based our Denver stay at this hotel, and it was the best experience we've had in a long time. We tend to stay at 3 or 4 star hotels, and this one beats a lot of others charging a lot more. The staff was extremely friendly, even when I called beforehand - very welcoming and offered to point out fun things to do in Denver. The room was fantastic - very new and beautifully appointed. The boys loved the flat screen t.v., and my husband and I enjoyed the rooftop jacuzzi and nice view of downtown. The bed was very comfortable.

    A real bonus was being only a block off the downtown mall. The kids could get out and walk around and shop on their own, and we walked over to the museums and state capital..the ballpark is within walking distance, as were lots of restaurants. If you're on a budget, the hotel breakfast buffet is so extensive, you never need to buy breakfast, and the dinner "happy hour" is a full meal - bread, salad, entree...the whole works! Plus beer or wine for the grownups. Take my word for it..this is a quality hotel.

    Great Place To Stay

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    I recently had an extended business trip in Denver (9 nights) and chose to stay at the Residence Inn City Center after previous trips in which I stayed at the Hotel Monaco and the Browns Palace. While both those hotels were also very nice and accommodating, the Residence Inn exceeded anything those more trendy hotels offered. The Residence Inn is extremely clean and all the amenities are brand new as the hotel opened up only a few months ago. It is an all suite hotel with each suite having a full service kitchen (fridge, stove, microwave, etc.). Suites are spacious, clean and I never heard a whisper from any adjoining suite. The complimentary breakfast buffet has an extensive menu and the "happy hour" in the evening is a nice touch. It is both a family and business friendly hotel that is located in downtown Denver, a block and half away from the 16th Street Mall. The customer service was outstanding. I rarely take the time to write a review (pro or con) for anything, but a demanding business trip was truly softened by the comforts offered by the Residence Inn.

    Great place to stay

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    Clean, big, new room - staff was very friendly. If I ever need to book a room in Denver, I would return to this property.

    Great stay - No complaints.

    Exceptional Service and Stay

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    I booked one room through the conference I was attending and one room on my own. From check in to check out the staff was accomodating, friendly and professional. The staff learned my children's names, room number and were always helpful to them. When asking about dinner places the gals at the desk offered coupons and great recommendations.

    The housekeeping staff kept the room perfect and was patient with our unusual schedules. We always had the right amount of towels, toiletries and the kitchen was perfect.

    Breakfast and the evening reception were helpful for out group and always well stocked even with a fully occupied hotel.

    As the hotel was fully booked I never felt the staff was overwhelmed, frazzled or that the place was busting at the seams with people.

    I certainly will stay at this property on my next stay in Denver!

    Absolutely the Best

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    I travel about 50 weeks of the year and have stayed at a lot of hotels. The Residence Inn Denver City Center is, by far, the best hotel I have stayed at. Not only are the rooms appointed comfortably, the staff at this hotel, and the amenities, are A++++.

    I stayed at this hotel for two weeks while on business. All suites have kitchens and the staff will gladly run to the grocery store, with your list, and purchase your groceries. There is no charge for this service and the grocery receipt is photocopied before the charge for the food is added to your hotel bill. It's a great service that ALL hotels should be doing if they offer kitchens. To be able to cook fresh food for 2 weeks was a dream.

    The bed linens are top notch. The beds are extremely comfortable. The rooms are spacious, with a marble "bar" kitchen table, sofa, chair, work desk, dressers and flat screen TV. The lighting is excellent. There are more lamps in the room than most hotels. A perk for me was that the window opens to let fresh air into the suite. Loved that.

    The roof has a hot tub, outside. Nothing better than relaxing after a long day in a hot tub that over looks the Rocky Mountains. Simply amazing.

    Breakfast is served every morning. The assortment of waffles, eggs, breakfast meats, fruit, juices and coffee was simply outstanding. Better than most restaurants I've been too. They serve dinner Monday thru Thursday. I only took advantage of it once, Alaskan white fish and wild rice with a salad. Really good!

    I will say, again, the best thing about this amazing hotel is the staff. Friendly, reliable, courteous, experienced and you can tell they like what they do.

    If you are coming to Denver, particularly if you are visiting for a lengthy amount of tiem, you should do yourself the favor and stay at this hotel. You'll be hard pressed to find another in the downtown area that is as nice, as clean and as comfortable.

    TripAdvisor Reviews Residence Inn Denver City Center

    4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding
     

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