Our family spent 2 weeks on the road "seeing America". One of our stops in route back home was a 1 1/2 day stay in Denver. Since there were 5 of us (3 adults and 2 children) we needed a suite with enough room to spread out.
After a long drive we arrived at the hotel and I was immediately impressed. The manager presented me with two of the Embassy Olympic pandas (I had called the week prior when I saw them advertised on their website and they were complimentary). You are greeted with a wonderful open air atrium with a fountain in the middle. At first I was worried because there was a lot of noice in the lobby/atrium. Apparently several girls softball teams were staying at the hotel. However, my fears were quickly dismissed when I realized you couldn't hear a thing happening in the atrium once you were inside of your room. This was especially surprising since the room open to the atruim (not closed corridors like most hotels). Once we settled in we headed downstairs to the managers reception. The free non and alcholic drinks and snacks were more than adequate. As another responder indicated you aren't downtown, but there is a mall on the other side of the highway with plenty or restaurants. However, we were too tired to go out and decided to order from the in-house restaurant. I was really surprised and please how inexpensive the kids' meal ($2.50 for a grilled cheese combo and most others topping out at $3.00) and adult meals were. After eating in our room which was more than spacious I took the girls down to the pool. The space was adequate and somewhat crowded. However, there was enough seating so I sat back and relaxed as the girls had fun. The one complaint about the pool area is that it can get humid. I am sure this is to keep the swimmers comfortable, but it did get a little uncomfortable after about an hour.
The next morning we were greated to a cooked to order breakfast. I thought with the hotel being so crowded that it would be impossible to find a spot to eat. I was wrong. There was plently of room and the cooked to order omelettes were great. The breakfast was one of the best variety we had on our trip.
All in all we loved our stay at the Embassy suite. It provided the perfect place for us to relax and enjoy our stop in Denver.
- Also Known As:
- Embassy Suites Hotel Denver
- Embassy Suites Denver
- Denver Embassy Suites
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- *** We are working hard to make our facility the most comfortable and convenient in Denver. Please pardon the dust during construction ***The Embassy Suites Denver Stapleton is the perfect combination of location, amenities, service and value. Our 210 Suite Hotel is conveniently located 15 minutes from the Denver International Airport and provides complimentary shuttle service to and from. The property is 10 minutes from Downtown Denver and the Convention Center. Surrounding a lush seven story Garden Atrium with fountains, each of our two room suites include complimentary cooked to order breakfast and a nightly Manager's reception with complimentary cocktails and hors d'oeuvres. All suites feature: Complimentary hi-speed internet access, Refrigerator, Microwave, Coffee maker, Wet bar, High definition flat screen TVs. The latest Hilton amenities. The Hotel is located 5 minutes from the Northfields Premier Shopping Center and Mall and the Stapleton Shopping District both of which offer diverse shopping, entertainment and dining options. Within two miles is Dick’s Sporting Goods Park, home of the Colorado Rapids and the largest sporting park in the United States. ... more less
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