Location is great for walking to many of the sites.
The room was nice and clean the parking lot did not offer trailer parking
Property faced the mountains and the city view. Courtyard has a water fountain feature on the pond.
This was the best La Quinta I have stayed in so far. Everything was clean and new and the room was very large. I loved that there was fridges and microwaves available in the room. The only issue I had was the original room I was given the handle didn’t work right to open the door. The girl behind ...
The overall experience of being in Colorado was just extremely pleasing. And your establishment was in the perfect mix of getting around the beauty you have to offer
Great room, very spacious. Everything was clean and comfortable.
I walked in at 2am with a huge Pitbull by my side and the staff didn’t judge or freak. They were super nice to my dog and I appreciated that, usually get the LOOK and people being fearful. The room was perfect, the dog area was great and the Grubhub order went smoothly. Wasn’t planning on stopping ...
Everything was very comfortable. I enjoyed the stay
The employees are amazing and kind they take their time to understand you and help you.
This is my favorite boutique hotel in Denver and we’ve stayed there multiple times. The service is great and we love the bar. Also two blocks from all the best restaurants. Great breakfast as well. Would not stay anywhere else in Denver downtown!
Enjoyed the location being close to IKEA, Top Golf, IHOP, View House and other shopping sites. Sat in the Gazebo for a beverage and fresh air. Rooms were clean and roomy. Because of covid, understood the no breakfast and work out room and pools closed. Hopefully we will all be back soon.
So great for a quick business trip. Walking distance to quick food, clean facility, kind employees.
of course with COVID many things are different in the hospitality industry, but i don't think that means the hotel should be dirty, smelly or un-kept.
Picked this hotel because it allowed our small dog and didn’t charge extra for him. It was located where we wanted to stay. Price was good.
Over all I thought the place was very nice but it would have been better if there was a small fridge in the room and a better coffee maker.
Awesome hotel ..,Great shuttle..Good food ..Love our room..
Great interior great staff everything I loved apart from they didn’t clean our room until after we left on sunday and the beds were super uncomfortable.
It was great the service and the conditions of the room.
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