My wife and I, and three of our grandchildren, spent two nights at the TownPlace Suites in Aurora Colorado, near Denver (DEN) airport.
We chose the new TownPlace Suites because of the rate - $129 per night – for a two-bedroom suite and because it was a Marriott property. Every aspect of our stay was completely satisfactory.
When we arrived, our reservation was in order and we received a suite on the top floor (4th floor) as in requested in my profile. Check-in was quick and the associate really friendly.
Our suite consisted of two bedrooms, each with a queen-size bed, a large living room, a kitchen and a bathroom. The sofa in the living room was a queen-size sleeper sofa. Both of the bedrooms and the living room had HD TV’s, telephones and very quiet air conditioning units with thermostats on the wall. Lighting in the suite was very good and all of the furniture and furnishings in excellent condition. Our suite was perfectly clean and smelled fresh.
The kitchen had a stove, dishwasher, large refrigerator/freezer and a microwave. There was a coffee pot and coffee as well as glasses, dishes, etc. We did not really use the kitchen except for keeping juice and water in the refrigerator.
The hotel does not offer any pay-per-view movies, but there was a DVD player in the living room. We rented a couple of DVD’s from Red Box, but noticed there were DVD’s in the lobby. I don’t know if they were for rent or loan.
Our kids really like the breakfast each morning which was complimentary. They made waffles and added syrup, strawberries and blueberries. My wife and I had bagels and hard boiled eggs. There were four or five cereal choices, several muffin choices, fresh fruit, juice, yoghurt and very good coffee. The breakfast room was comfortable and kept very clean.
The hotel has an indoor swimming pool and exercise room, both which we did not use. We did use one of the two PC’s next to the lobby to print our airline boarding passes.
There was plenty of free parking all around the hotel and the hotel is on a pretty quiet street.
Whoever was working at the front desk went out of their way to greet us and make our grandchildren feel special and welcome. I really appreciated that.
The hotel is a little "downscale" from the Residence Inn in that the two bedroom suite had one bathroom. The breakfast offering did not include hot egg or meat dishes. However for our stay the price was about $50 per night less which I thought made it a very good value.
We enjoyed our stay at the TownPlace Suites and our grandchildren want to go back!
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