Watch the sun rise and set as planes land while you dine on the outdoor patio or relax next to the infinity pool. Natural light filters into the spacious lobby, which is accented with a uniquely lit domed ceiling and offers multiple seating areas. Streamlined rooms have slanted windows overlooking the airport; the famous white bedding package; and backlit, floating mirrors accented with a marble backsplash. Walk out to the light-rail station to easily reach downtown Denver without renting a car.
Smoke free premises. 519 units, some two bedrooms. 14 stories, interior corridors. Accessibility (Call).
valet laundry, boarding pass kiosk, rental car service, room service.
pet friendly (call for restrictions/fees.).
OVERALL GUEST SCORE
Based on Ratings from 214 guests
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Very comfortable and refreshing!
Pros: The beds were comfy, service was fabulous! Liked being walking distance to airport check in for a 6 am flight. Love the robe!
Cons: Had trouble with the auto window coverings. Seemed a bit expensive for a less than 12 hour stay.
Convenient, stylish but pricey
Pros: Very convenient in the airport terminal. Stylish and spacious rooms with surprisingly great views
Pros: Location.Good food.
Cons: Price and the $50 additional cost at checkout for facility fee etc. Room was plain for what we were charged.
Pros: Great hotel. Perfect location for early morning or late night flights. Excellent staff and lovely clean rooms. The gym and pool are also worth checking out. A great start or end to any trip. Highly recommended and would definitely stay here again.
Cons: Service in the restaurant a bit slow but that's being really picky as the food was worth the wait. Nice fresh ingredients and great healthy choices for kids. For those in a rush probably not the quickest bite to eat.
Cons: My only complain was Rex,the check- in person, who did not even look at me and his only words during my check-in were "need driver licence"
I would never stay there...
Pros: The location
Cons: The ventilation system was too hot and too dry, and the individual floors were not accessible by stairs. What would they do in a fire?