This is a nice property, however, as other reviewers have mentioned, when you purchase using Priceline or Hotwire, you will be given the smallest room available with an offer to upgrade for $20-$40 more per night (plus tax). I opted to keep the room I paid for ($136/nt) and was frustrated by the need to climb behind a chair to operate the drapes so I could look out of the window. There was a The room on the 7th floor was right by the elevators which ping quite loudly when the elevator arrives, so I'd avoid this location if at all possible. The noise that would be heard in all rooms at the hotel (and possibly all hotels downtown!) is the incessant multiple blasts from train horns all through the night.
- Also Known As:
- Teatro Hotel Denver
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Upscale, highly regarded business and leisure hotel in downtown Denver, centrally located within two blocks of the Colorado Convention Center, financial district, Denver Center for the Performing Arts, Larimer Square shopping and dining district, as well as the LoDo entertainment district. We pride ourselves on offering the personalized service that keeps our guests coming back. Ideal for business travel, a weekend downtown, romantic getaway, or celebrating any special event, Hotel Teatro is happy to be your "home away from home!" ... more less
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