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Embassy Suites by Hilton Denver Stapleton 3.5

Denver, Colorado, United States

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  • Fresh property, completely renovated in 2015
  • All spacious rooms are made up of two-room suites
  • American restaurant and bar serving all meals
  • Indoor pool, hot tub, sauna, and fitness room
  • Business center and meeting rooms available
  • Free made-to-order breakfast included in rate
  • Nightly Happy Hour with free drinks and light appetizers
  • Free bus shuttle to airport and within a five-mile radius
  • Free Wi-Fi and free on-site parking 


  • A 21-minute drive from downtown Denver
  • Noise from the atrium can reach rooms
  • Bathrooms are small
  • No minibars in rooms

Bottom Line

The 210-room Embassy Suites by Hilton Denver Stapleton is an upper-middle-range property that was completely renovated and rebranded under the Hilton name in 2015. Rooms -- all of which are actually two-room suites -- are spacious and clean with big flat-screen TVs and free Wi-Fi. Additional freebies include made-to-order breakfast, an evening happy hour, shuttle to the airport, and on-site parking. This property also has an indoor pool with hot tub and sauna. A notable downside is the hotel’s location in a commercial area near a highway and far from downtown Denver. Travelers can also consider the nearby Holiday Inn Denver East – Stapleton, which offers better rates but without breakfast included; or for a hotel closer to the city center, Ramada Denver Downtown offers similar amenities at slightly better rates.

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Fresh hotel with bright and spacious interiors

The Embassy Suites by Hilton Denver Stapleton occupies a boxy building with a large parking lot in an uninspiring commercial area located near a national highway. Once through the sliding entry doors, the interiors hold a few surprises. The spacious reception area has impressive arched ceilings made of red brick, supported by wide columns covered in wood paneling. Beyond this is the seven-story inner atrium with a large, bright courtyard painted in tones of pastel pink and blue, and tables and chairs in matching tones. Balconies on the upper floors where the rooms are located overlook the courtyard from above. The hotel is primarily geared toward business travelers, and its Executive Suite rooms even feature boardroom tables. But thanks to its indoor pool, the hotel is equally popular with families. 


In a commercial area outside the city center

Embassy Suites by Hilton Denver Stapleton is located in a commercial district just off the Route 36 highway, and it's a 21-minute drive away from downtown Denver. In the surrounding area there are large warehouses, company offices, and large chain stores and restaurants.

  • Eight-minute drive to Dick's Sporting Goods Park
  • 11-minute drive to University Hospital and Children's Hospital Colorado
  • 11-minute drive to Johnson & Wales University
  • 12-minute drive to Rocky Mountain Arsenal National Wildlife Refuge
  • 17-minute drive to the University Of Colorado Denver
  • 17-minute drive to the Denver Zoo
  • 18-minute drive to Pepsi Center
  • 18-minute drive to 16th Street Mall
  • 19-minute drive to Sports Authority Field
  • 21-minute drive to The Colorado Convention Center
  • 21-minute drive to Denver Art Museum
  • 22-minute drive to Denver International Airport


Spacious two-room suites with kitchenettes

All of the rooms at Embassy Suites by Hilton Denver Stapleton are spacious two-room suites, made up of a bedroom and a separate living area, which includes a sofa bed, kitchenette, and a table that can be used for dining or for meetings. Rooms are decorated in a pleasing color palette of grays and soft blues, with simple classic-contemporary style furniture, and contemporary-style lamps that add an elegant touch. Each room has a flat-screen TV (two per suite), and the kitchenettes include coffeemakers, microwaves, and large fridges. In contrast to the spacious rooms, the bathrooms are small, with shower/tub combos; with the exception of the much roomier bathrooms located in the Accessible Rooms, which come with showers or bathtubs. The Executive Suite has a boardroom table that can seat up to eight people. Free Wi-Fi is available in all rooms. Note that some guests complain of the noise that resonates from the courtyard level of the atrium up to the rooms. 


Free breakfast, free Happy Hour, indoor pool, spa, and hot tub

A free made-to-order breakfast is served each morning, and in the evenings, the manager hosts a reception with free drinks and light appetizers in the Northfield’s Restaurant and Lounge located in the atrium. The restaurant is also open for lunch and dinner and features an American-style menu. The hotel's indoor pool is reasonably sized and has an adjacent hot tub plus a sauna. The fitness room is spacious and offers a variety of cardio and resistance training equipment and weights. There’s 5,152 square feet of meeting space on-site that includes audio and visual equipment and video conferencing. The business center has computers and printers available for guests’ use and services like express mail, fax, and photocopying. Parking is free on-site, Wi-Fi is available for free throughout the property, and another nice freebie is the hotel’s airport shuttle, which also provides transportation within a five-mile radius. Other services include a small gift shop and coin-operated laundry machines.

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4444 Havana St, Denver, Colorado 80239-2926, United States

Also Known As

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  • Embassy Suites Denver- Stapleton

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