This is a fantastic little Hyatt nestled in the heart of Denver's University mecca. The hotel is bustling with sports teams from all around the country. And the staff is equally young and energetic and super-friendly. They are anything but intrusive, like some stuffier Hyatt's can be. But don't be fooled by the chillaxed atmosphere of the lobby. The rooms are spectacular. I stayed in a suite fit for a king, priced for a pauper. The cleanliness was to be admired. They even serve a free breakfast that could have rivalled the Tea Room at the Plaza Hotel in New York. The only thing missing was the champagne. The downside? The restaurant, or food menu, as they call it, left a lot to be desired. But why stay indoors in a hotel when you're in such an outdoorsy city? We were there for a wedding, but there was plenty to do beside attend rehearsal dinners and receptions. Nearby Colorado Avenue was bustling with students and lots of great eateries and hangouts and Floyd's famous hair salon if you wanted a cut by some cool stylists for $9. It was a very affordable area. You could seriously save some major bucks by hanging nearby when visiting your son or daughter in college. The youthful energy was contagious. There's a real buzz in the air that you could measure on a yardstick, in the area. Besides serving the free breakfast every single morning, fit for King's, the best part of the hotel was that it's far enough off the beaten path - by just a few hundred feet - to garner peace and tranquility- day or night. The beds were ultra-comfortable. The pillows were filled with goose-down feathers. And I had two huge flat screen television sets with the latest movies to choose from, if I just wanted to relax. Plus free HBO. If you're traveling with family, the fridge in the room was large enough for soda and sandwiches or bottled water and organic trail mixes. There was a powerful free wi-fi connection and a young and exuberant staff to meet your every whim. But, like I said, this part of Denver is all about being outdoors. At the end of the day, it's good to know that you picked one of the most splendid and affordable places to crash to sleep. And your friends or sons and daughter's are just a couple of hundred feet away. Renting a car is a must, if you want to leave the neighborhood and visit nearby areas, drive to ski or visit the beautiful town of Breckenridge to go horseback riding in the mountains. Groupon had great offers for things like that at 1/4 of the price. The short of it is that you'll be really happy you chose this hotel. Especially if you're visiting the kids at school. Or came down to surprise them for a big game.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Hyatt Place Denver/Cherry Creek will offer:*194 well-appointed guestrooms with 42-inch HDTV, the plush Grand Hyatt Bed, and sectional cozy sleeper sofa*Complimentary WI-FI access throughout the hotel*A state-of-the-art fitness center*Complimentary breakfast *3,000 square feet of flexible, high tech meeting/function space*24/7 Gallery Menu serving made-to-order entrees and appetizers around the clock*Intimate Bakery Café with Starbucks specialty coffees, premium beers, wines, and cocktails ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Loews Denver
- Denver Loews