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The Westin Denver Downtown

The Westin Denver Downtown Rating: 4.0 Pearls

The Westin Denver Downtown, conveniently located next to the 16th Street Pedestrian Mall, is quite like a Westin anywhere, with contemporary but generic rooms and a bevy of solid amenities. Chief among those is a heated indoor/outdoor pool with sundeck that offers lovely views of Downtown Denver and the Rockies far off in the distance. The pool is part of the hotel's impressive fitness center, which features state-of-the-art machines, Pilates equipment and DVDs, a half-basketball court, and Runner's World Maps. The Westin also offers a variety of dining options (including a Palm steakhouse on-site), 32,000 square feet of meeting space, and a nightly Unwind Hour where guests receive free local microbrews and spa amenities. The Hyatt Regency Denver is and Grand Hyatt Denver offer comparable hotel experiences, so it's worth comparing rates.
Crowne Plaza Denver

Crowne Plaza Denver Rating: 4.0 Pearls

One of the best-known and best-located hotels in Denver, the 364-room Crowne Plaza is an ideal upscale chain hotel for business travelers, families, and tourists who want to be within walking distance of the Convention Center, 16th Street Mall, and the Denver Art Museum. Although bathrooms are on the smaller side and rooms are nothing extraordinary, they are clean and classic for the upscale brand, beds are firm and comfortable with high-quality linens, and some rooms have panoramic views of the mountains beyond the city. The hotel is also home to two restaurants/bars and a seasonal rooftop people.
Cambria Suites Denver Airport

Cambria Suites Denver Airport Rating: 3.5 Pearls

An ideal choice for any kind of traveler flying in or out of Denver, the upper-middle-range Cambria Suites Denver Airport is a comfortable, standard chain option 10 miles from the airport; it's myriad amenities also make it a convenient stay for families or business guests staying for more than one night. All rooms are modern and spacious suites, with a separate den area for added living space, and the hotel also has an indoor pool and an outdoor sun deck. The hotel offers a free airport shuttle and a Wolfgang Puck lounge, but there isn’t much to explore in the immediate area; downtown Denver is a 25-minute drive away.
Hilton Garden Inn Denver Tech Center

Hilton Garden Inn Denver Tech Center Rating: 3.5 Pearls

In the heart of southern Denver's Tech Center area, the upper-middle-range Hilton Garden Inn Denver Tech Center is frequented mostly by business travelers, who appreciate its reliably clean rooms, spacious fitness center, and other hallmarks of the chain like free Wi-Fi and a business center. Additional features like a large indoor pool and an on-site restaurant serving breakfast, lunch, and dinner make it an attractive option for anyone who needs to be in southern Denver, but expect to pay extra for breakfast.
The Curtis Denver - A DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel

The Curtis Denver - A DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Rating: 3.5 Pearls

The 336-room Curtis DoubleTree by Hilton may be a mid-range hotel, but it's fun and kid-friendly, with themed floors -- including the TV Mania floor and the Floor of Champions -- and a great downtown location. Rooms are modern but a bit bland, and walls are thin.
Holiday Inn Express Denver-Northeast

Holiday Inn Express Denver-Northeast Rating: 3.0 Pearls

The mid-range Holiday Inn Express Denver-Northeast is the most popular hotel in the small Denver suburb of Brighton. Although it’s not a hot area for much of anything besides the Platte Valley Medical Center and some big stores, the hotel offers modern rooms, a popular free breakfast, free Wi-Fi and parking, and a nice indoor pool. Unlike most hotels of its caliber, rooms have perks like iHome consoles.
Best Western Denver Southwest

Best Western Denver Southwest Rating: 3.0 Pearls

The Best Western Denver Southwest Hotel is a mid-range property with a unique dinosaur theme inspired by paleontological explorations in the region. The lobby and restaurant are decorated with replica fossils, there's a triceratops statue out front, and the pool's shape mimics Colorado's Cretaceous Interior Seaway shoreline. Set in suburban Denver, the 117-room property is located about midway between Downtown Denver and Red Rocks Amphitheater, putting guests within a 15- to 20-minute drive of shopping, dining, entertainment, and hiking. Guest rooms are modern if somewhat corporate, with flat-screen TVs, mini-fridges, and free Wi-Fi. The free daily breakfast buffet includes eggs made-to-order, and there's a small bar with TVs where guests can unwind with a cocktail. The hotel is a good choice for families who want a quiet setting within a short drive of local attractions. However, service, housekeeping, and Wi-Fi in the small business center are somewhat inconsistent, perhaps due to ongoing renovations.
Holiday Inn Denver East - Stapleton

Holiday Inn Denver East - Stapleton Rating: 3.0 Pearls

Modern and affordable, the 300-room, the mid-range Holiday Inn Denver East - Stapleton is a contemporary chain hotel with better-than-average features, including an 11-story atrium, a year-round heated pool, and two restaurants. Rooms are modern and typical of the chain, and the fitness center includes a small outdoor track. Situated in East Denver, the hotel is a 15-minute drive from downtown, and at least 20 minutes from the airport, to which the hotel operates free round-trip shuttles; there are also lots of restaurants and shops nearby.


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