Residence Inn Denver Downtown

Address: 2777 Zuni St., Denver, Colorado, 80211, United States | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel, located in the Downtown area of Denver, is near Downtown Aquarium, Children's Museum of Denver, Platte River Greenway, and Platte Valley Trolley.
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    TravelPod Member ReviewsResidence Inn Denver Downtown

    Reviewed by frawldog

    great hotel

    Reviewed Apr 26, 2014
    by (28 reviews) Buckley , United States Flag of United States

    If this is the one in Cherry Creek, I would say it is one of the best hotels I have stayed at. Great breakfast. Great staff, nice facilities, but would have been nice to not have the kids in pool when we were trying to relax.

    This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.

    Historical Traveler Reviews Residence Inn Denver Downtown

    Great find

    from

    Stayed at this hotel for 2 nights during Memorial Day Weekend. Staff is very friendly and helpful. The rooms are quite spacious and very comfortable. Each of the suites are situated in bungalow style. If your suite is on the second floor, there are no elevators, and you will need to carry your suitcases up a flight of stairs. Neighborhood was quiet and right on the outskirts ofr downtown. Great hot breakfast each morning. Best perk about the hotel was the free shuttle that will take you into the city and pick you up. Free parking for your car. All in all, a great value for your money.

    Great accommodations and service

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    I have stayed at this property many times on business and pleasure trips to Denver. They have one of the best free breakfast and dinner buffets around, plus free drinks during dinner, tough to beat for the price. Rooms have a lot of space to spread out and feel at home and a full kitchen. One of the most convenient features is a free shuttle service to downtown and the surrounding area. The property is located close to the Pepsi Center and Investco Field so you don't have to worry about messing with trying to find parking to attend an event, the shuttle will drop you off and pick you up at the front entrance. In the summer they also do outside picnics for dinners once a week that are great! I highly recommend the property for value and outstanding service.

    Great Hotel!

    from

    We recently visited Denver to attend a football game. The staff at this hotel were professional, accomodating and friendly. We have stayed at Residence Inns before, but this was exceptional. Though the hotel was full, the staff was very organized with breakfast (which was really pretty good), and scheduling the shuttle (many of us were taking the shuttle to the game). The shuttle is a plus for this hotel, especially if you are not renting a car, because Denver is not a "walking town". Location of this property is close to downtown (easy to get to with hotel shuttle), but not within walking distance of downtown. The rooms were clean, nice and functional, but what really makes this hotel is the staff and attention to detail.

    This is a find!

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    For visitors unfamiliar with Denver, wishing to stay slightly out of the downtown traffic and bustle, this Residence Inn is excellent....staff, cleanliness, free shuttle to area businesses, conference centers and hospitals. Free grocery shopping service...hot breakfast 7 days, light dinner 4 days, free newspapers and access to a PC in the lobby. Quick and pleasant response to any and all queries and needs.

    One of the best hotels as well as best Residence Inns around

    from

    I have stayed at many Residence Inns over the past couple of years (DC, Omaha, Seattle, Portland OR, Minneapolis, Boise, etc.) as well as other brands of hotels and this place was the best.

    First of all, most Res. Inns serve light dinner Mon-Thur and a full breakfast daily. The dinners are usually hit and miss meaning you had better plan on making other eating arrangements beyond what is offered. This particular RI served full dinners of hot cooked food daily with every drink choice imaginable.

    The rooms are brand new thanks to a complete renovation and the shuttle service is unique to this hotel. Just call at anytime from anywhere in Denver to get a ride. The shuttle is usually only 10 minutes away. I myself used it to go to work daily as well as attend Rockies games. The prices are comparable to other hotels in Denver and if you drive in, it's free parking. Try to find that in Downtown Denver.

    Couldn't be more pleased!

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    What you'll get if you stay here:

    1. One of the friendliest, most competent staffs I've seen at a hotel. They love their city and want you to enjoy it, too!

    2. A clean, comfortable, most likely recently-remodeled room to stay in. I actually was so comfortable that I stayed in a lot more than I usually do on trips. Our room felt like it was just built. Nice! And the bed felt great!

    3. Breakfast!

    4. A shuttle bus that will take you anywhere downtown, and pick you up. We didn't even have to rent a car when we stayed there!

    5. Reasonable prices! Even at the last minute!

    Great Hotel, Great People

    from

    What a pleasant surprise we found when we arrived late on a Friday night after a long day travelling.

    The rooms were spacious, well decorated and equipped and above all else spotlessly clean.

    Free shuttle into town and return pick-up by arrangement by people who wanted to serve and help you.

    A big thanks to all at the hotel who made our stay a pleasure

    Decent room enhanced by extras

    from

    Stayed at the Residence during the summer. While the room was average -- although the full kitchen was nice and the room was larger than most -- the "extras" pushed the rating to above average: really good full breakfast buffet, free shuttle to all major downtown areas, and an excellent staff. We enjoyed our stay and would recommend -- especially to families.

    Great RI

    from

    This is one of the Residence Inns I love staying at. The breakfast is good. The evening happy hour is one of the better ones around. Its close to downtown and the RI shuttle will get you just about anywhere.

    The rooms are spacious and the Penthouse rooms are great if you want to have a party.

    One complaint, the neighborhood can be a wee bit questionable. But As long as you don't go out at 1AM looking for cigarettes, then life is good.

    Fantastic! You can't miss. Loved the full breakfast -and- free shuttle.

    from

    What a treat! So close to downtown, and yet so quiet and private. Like most Residence Inns, all of the rooms are located in cottages around the property. OUTSTANDING SERVICE; the staff was so very nice. There is a FREE shuttle from the hotel which will take you anywhere within a five-mile radius of the hotel (LoDo, downtown, Coors Field, Invesco Stadium, Six Flags, the Pepsi Center and much more!). The full breakfast bar offers make-your-own Belgian waffles, and a wide assortment of breakfast food. Free coffee anytime in the lobby. Outdoor hot tub open year-round! Weeknights from 5:30 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. is a complimentary happy hour with a light meal. My room was spic-and-span, with a FIREPLACE and a FULL kitchen (with full sized appliances). Do yourself a favor and book at least one night at this outstanding property (and the price is right, too!).

    TripAdvisor Reviews Residence Inn Denver Downtown

    4.00 of 5 stars Excellent
     

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