It was just okay. The hallway had a hole in the wall, the hair dryer quit working mid-way through drying my hair, parking fees are extremely high, internet is not free, there's also a charge for local calls, & beds are no better than the pillow-top bedding at a typical 2-3 star hotel for less $$. The quick interaction we had at the front desk during check-in was on par with what you come to expect at any decent hotel. However, the lack basic "freebies" you come to expect at hotels including internet and local calls and the extremely high parking price leave much to be desired. There was even a charge to use the business center for anything other than internet, including the use of MS Word. We had breakfast off-site because it was cheaper and we didn't have time to try the pool or fitness center so I can't comment on that. The walls were thin, as I could hear every noise in the hallway and cleanliness is apparently not a huge priority on a busy night. There was a cloth napkin from someone's room service order on the floor in the hall next to their door when we arrived early in the evening. When we left at 11ish the next morning it was still on the floor and the housekeeper who was on making her rounds apparently decided it wasn't important to pick it up. Overall it is a nice hotel, but certainly not worth the hundreds of dollars a night costs considering the antiquated policies of nickel-and-diming you for basic things that even the cheapest of hotels owned by the same company provide for free. Parking $35. Internet: 2 packages $4.95 just for basic email and surfing and $12.95 for higher speeds. Local calls: $1.00 connection charge plus the length of call (or so the information provided to us read, we didn't try it). Breakfast: online the buffet price says $14.99 if purchased ahead, we weren't offered said buffet, but merely told where to find the restaurants and bar. If you can get a killer deal on any of the last minute price sites or name your own price concepts, than this is worth the stay. If you are paying full price (average price we found was $309, but depending on where you booked they ranged $209-$450) than be prepared to spend a fortune more just to make the most of your stay.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Welcome to our AAA 4-Diamond downtown Denver hotel, committed to providing the best in hospitality and service. Towering above the Mile High City, the Denver Marriott City Center offers guests a unique downtown location, featuring panoramic views of Colorado's Rocky Mountains and the gorgeous Denver skyline, plus convenience to the city's most vibrant business, shopping and entertainment districts, including LoDo, Larimer Square and the 16th Street Mall, as well as top attractions including Elitch Gardens, Coors Field, Sports Authority Field at Mile High, Pepsi Center, and the Colorado Convention Center. With 24 conference rooms and 27,000 sq ft of meeting space, our downtown Denver hotel offers an ideal setting for any business or social event. For business travelers, we offer high-speed Internet access in all our Denver hotel rooms and an array of convenient business-friendly amenities. When you travel to Denver, stay at the Denver Marriott City Center hotel and tap into the energy of downtown Denver. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Denver Marriott City Hotel Denver
- Marriott Denver