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This is our hotel of choice in Denver.02/09/2011
My husband and i have been staying here since sept. 2007, when we hosted our son's rehearsal dinner at the hotel. the staff did an excellent job with the ...
My husband and I have been staying here since Sept. 2007, when we hosted our son's rehearsal dinner at the hotel. The staff did an excellent job with the rehearsal dinner, and the wedding gave us an opportunity to stay at the Warwick for an extended time, and really get to know the place. Since then, we always stay at the Warwick when we visit the newlyweds (and grandchild) several times per year. It is such a quality establishment at a reasonable price for that quality. The only aspect we are not as happy with is that since 2007 valet parking is manditory, which adds $26 per day to the room bill.
Great location! Clean and quiet.02/08/2011
First of all, the location of the hotel is wonderful. it's walking distance to many great restaurants and shops (capitol building, 16th street mall), and an easy drive to ...
First of all, the location of the hotel is wonderful. It's walking distance to many great restaurants and shops (capitol building, 16th street mall), and an easy drive to wherever you need to go. As a vegan - i was never at a loss for good restaurants nearby (Watercourse, City o' City). The room was large and clean, and the staff was very helpful. I made good use of the small gym upstairs and the computers with free internet available in the lobby area. I was disappointed that the pool/roof was closed for construction, but I'm sure the pool will be wonderful when it's up and running again. The valet parking was expensive - so I would consider a different option next time, but it was a GREAT PLACE TO STAY FOR THE DENVER MARATHON.
Hotel Website misleading...02/08/2011
I was really excited to stay at this hotel after looking at the website. i did not choose this hotel, rather i had to stay there for a conference. so ...
I was really excited to stay at this hotel after looking at the website. I did not choose this hotel, rather I had to stay there for a conference. So when I looked at the website to get more info about the hotel, I was pretty excited. The website makes it look like its a quaint boutique hotel right in Denver's downtown area. I was not so pleasantly excited when I checked into my room. I promptly turned around and went back down to the front desk to be moved. If you stay on the 3rd floor you will understand why, the roof is right at the same level of the balconies creating an opportunity for anyone to walk right onto your balcony, not very comforting in an unknown city. The staff moved me to another room without a problem, that was nice. The next room was not. I went to turn the lamp on b/c the rooms are dingy and dull, however the lamp didnt work. When I peered under the lampshade, I was pretty disgusted to see a broken bulb, complete with a bloodstain on the inside of the lampshade, with shards of glass on the carpet...really cleaning staff, how did you miss that one? I called down and they sent someone up to swap the lamp, which they did without hassle or problem, but even the people who came up to change the lamp were disgusted by the blood and glass on the floor. So, my first night in Denver began feeling like I was in a room where a crime had been committed. The room itself was okay, certainly nothing special, the balconies feel really old and actually made me feel like I was in a hotel from the 70's. Yuck. also, they show on the website French doors leading to the balconies, not so, those are 1970's metal framed sliding glass doors, with nasty green outdoor carpet on the balconies. again, yuck. I also had to complain the second night I was there b/c someone was apparently having a party in the room next door, not very friendly for the business traveler who has to get up early for meetings. It was 3 am before I decided to call, I waited 2 hours thinking the hotel would do something about it, by 3 am I could not take it anymore and called down to have the hotel deal with it. The website also made the pool look really nice, but I would say that it was not worth the elevator ride to the roof, also not for those afraid of heights...The hotel's location also isn't really that great, its more in a residential low key area, and the actual downtown is a bit of a hike. I went to the bustling area that is the real downtown and saw many other hotels that were much nicer and much better situated. I have to say that Denver is an AMAZING city, they must have hired the best of the best when it comes to urban and city planners, everything is perfect, you can walk/bike anywhere and transportation is so awesome in this city. Lots of stuff to do, rent a bike if you are there in the summer, you can return them to other docking stations, and its a great way to see the city. Denver was great, but next time, I would stay somewhere that measures up to how great of a city Denver is!
Not so good02/08/2011
Very excited to get a "4-star" room at the rate we did. quickly found out why. sorry, but i would not recommend this place to anyone. old and far ...
Very excited to get a "4-star" room at the rate we did. Quickly found out why. Sorry, but I would not recommend this place to anyone. Old and far from downtown.
Thats about all. an average hotel. not that great of veiws of the skyline.
Thats about all. An average hotel. Not that great of veiws of the skyline.
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