Warwick Denver Hotel

Address: 1776 Grant Street, Denver, Colorado, 80203, United States | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located in the Downtown area of Denver, is near Colorado State Capitol, Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception, The Spa at The Brown Palace, and Paramount Theatre.
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    TravelPod Member ReviewsWarwick Denver Hotel

    Reviewed by familienvogt

    Fantastic service

    Reviewed Jul 28, 2013
    by (1 review) , Norway Flag of Norway

    Great hotel! Close to downtown, service minded and smiling staff, excellent restaurant, spacious rooms. Highly recommended!

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    Denver, United States

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    Reviewed by themains

    Near town centre

    Reviewed Jun 4, 2013
    by (19 reviews) , New Zealand Flag of New Zealand

    Not a bad hotel considering I booked it not knowing what hotel I had booked. Similar to wotif red hot deal.

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    Reviewed by csalas98

    Older Hotel - Needs Renovation

    Reviewed Jan 15, 2013
    by (2 reviews) Philadelphia , United States Flag of United States

    About 20 years ago if you stayed at the Warwick Hotel in Denver you would be at a four star hotel. While the hotel is spacious, it is lacking a modern clean approach.
    The hotel rooms are quite large; however, they are in need of a renovation. I feel that this hotel could be a first class hotel once again.

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    Reviewed by brixhambertie

    It was OK

    Reviewed Sep 24, 2012
    by (7 reviews) Brixham , United Kingdom Flag of United Kingdom

    It was comfortable enough. We did have a nice balcony but a pretty average view out of the back of the hotel. They also "mislaid" my bag for a few hours meaning we were stuck in our room waiting whilst it was found. The two gin and tonics and plate of cheese and biscuits were barely adequate compensation.

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    Historical Traveler Reviews Warwick Denver Hotel

    Loved the Hotel


    We stayed at the Warwick upon recommendation by a co-worker. When we got there, we were pleasantly surprised by the beautiful hotel and very friendly staff. The room was very clean and comfortable. The furniture and decor were above standard. We used the hotel taxi to take to LoDo..the drivers were very friendly and made great restaurant recommendations. He even got us a table reserved at a restauant that was full! We are planning a trip back in another few weeks and are again staying at the Warwick. We've decided that we wouldn't stay anywhere else while visiting the Denver area! We HIGHLY recommend this hotel.

    Great hotel, great value


    we spent two nights at the warwick in august 2004. our room was spacious and clean, the kids loved the rooftop pool - great views, and the parking was convenient. The only downside was that the surrounding area seemed pretty desrted at night.

    Excellent, classic hotel.


    We spent our 50th anniversary here. Three nights. We married in Denver in 1953 and wanted to check out some of our old haunts. The Warwick is elegant and comfortable. Very large room, excellent bed and luxury bathroom. I passed up the Brown Palace as the Warwick offered a much better value and has self-service, very convenient parking. We had a terrific stay and would pick the Warwick again on any stay in Denver.

    It was ok


    My husband and I stayed for 10 days at your hotel. The room was clean and very large. The bed was comfortable. I was there for medical issues. So comfort was my real concern. The staff were easy to deal with. Room service was quit a treat, food was wonderful. It arrived hot and there was not a long wait for it to arrive. Nice presidation. The roof top pool and the gym are great as well.

    The size of the television was to small for a large room. There was no terrace belcony furniture to sit on to relax in the evening. I don't understand why we had to pay for parking at your hotel. I think we paid enough to stay there. There are no screens on the windows.

    I come to Denver every six months. I really have to think about my return to the Warwick. It was not the best Ive stayed in. But it was far from being the worst. There is some need of improvment to be made..

    It could easily be made into a five star hotel.

    Worst beds I have ever slept in


    This was my second trip to the Warwick. The first just after it reopened two years ago. It is a delightful hotel with friendly staff and a good location. The rooms are large and clean. However there is already sign of wear and tear. Most important, the bed was the most uncomfortable I have ever stayed in and I was forced to move to another hotel or not sleep! I did discuss this with the front desk who suggested that the bed had been slept in more than others in the hotel.

    They were friendly and did offer to change me but not till late in the day I was not prepared to risk it, I moved to the Westin which was excellent and noted for its beds. When I mentioned this to another member of staff I was told this was a common complaint.

    Warwick Wins


    The Warwick reminded me hotels from a day gone by. The lobby and bar were rich with wood wood wood. Apparently that was a large part of their recent renovation. The people always ready to go out of thier way to help you. The best thing about my stay was the absolutely huge room. I checked in at the last minute and they had only one room left. I expected a small dingy room but instead got a very large, well furnished room that two seperate employees appologized for....Why? I still dont know. No complaints.

    Warwick Hotel


    My 11 year old daughter and I had a very late arrival on a recent

    Thursday night. Everything was so comfortable at this pleasant hotel.

    The rooms are nicely appointed and the staff goes out of the way to be

    helpful. The restuarant had much better than average food and the

    prices were reasonable, compared to a Hyatt or Marriot. I'd stay at

    there again.

    A Wonderful Treat


    Stayed at the Warwick for one very pleasant night in July 2002. Got a great deal for $79. The room was very well appointed and large. Loved the marble sink in the elegant bathroom. Swam in the heated roof top swimming pool, with a lovely nighttime view of Denver. Staff were very friendly and helpful. We checked out the next day and the Hotel offered the Chauffeur to drive us to our play and then even picked us up afterwards. This was after we had checked out.... now that was service. Not sure that would be offered during their busy time, but it sure impressed me. I would certainly return to the Warwick in Denver.

    Great place to stay


    Several years ago we travelled from England to stay in The Warwick Hotel, Due to missing a connecting flight we mislaid all our luggage. The staff there (One in particular, a male who previously worked for an airline company) helped us out by tracking down our luggage. We had a great stay in Denver and really appreciated the friendliness of the staff.

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    A very nice, large room, very well appointed. The two criticisms I have are

    1) the television was a little small, and 2) the food from room service ranged

    from mediocre (cheeseburger) to not-so-good (creme brulee). Great value

    otherwise for the price. Nice views from the balconies of the higher floor rooms.

    Within walking distance from the fun and funky capitol district and the great

    Avenue Grill as well as th 16th Street Mall. The service at the hotel was

    professional, accessible, friendly and accomodated me in a moment of need.

    I travel on business quite a bit and was impressed with this property and the


    TripAdvisor Reviews Warwick Denver Hotel

    4.00 of 5 stars Excellent

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