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La Quinta Inn & Suites by Wyndham Littleton

5669 S Alkire Street, Littleton, CO 80127
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judym1980 wrote a review Nov 27
Clancy, Montana19 contributions21 helpful votes
We stayed here for four nights. Here’s what you need to know about this hotel: Positives — beds comfortable, lobby attractive and comfortable, room was clean, they allowed us later check-out. Negatives — 1. All doors in hotel room were so extremely loud when opened and shut. They all need WD40. This is a big deal because when you have a family of four sleeping and anyone gets up to use the bathroom everyone is awakened. Or if someone has to leave early for a hockey game, it’s impossible to sneak out. We asked for maintenance to apply oil to the squeaky doors and they never did. 2. The water is cold for at least five minutes in the shower before it warms up to a comfortable temperature. 3. The breakfast is gross. It’s a bag of disgusting food. Probably due to covid, but it could be better. And a lot of hotels have figured out how to get a decent breakfast. 4. The pool is horrible. Small, unappealing, no hot tub. So if your family likes to swim, do not stay here.
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Date of stay: November 2021Trip type: Traveled with family
Libby wrote a review Sep 2021
Auburn, California, USA3 contributions
I frequently choose La Quinta because of their great pet friendly policies along with most locations being reliably clean & comfortable with the amenities I desire at an affordable price. The Littleton location is new & clean & the rooms are great. Staff was friendly and most helpful during my 2 night stay for my grandson’s wedding, EXCEPT for the young woman (others told me name was J.—-) who registered me on night of Sep 22. She gave no greeting. Before checking me in she read every line to me of dog policy, pausing and giving penetrating stare after every sentence. (I stay often at La Quintas with my well behaved dogs & practically know it by heart.). I’m a senior lady & had made the reservation 2 months prior, requesting a first floor room to minimize walking distance to unload the car & walk dogs. She said only room was the room farthest from elevator on 4th floor. As she started to rattle off restrictions & rules for gym & pool, I stopped her saying I was exhausted after 600 mile drive, just wanted a cart to help me get to my room. She said they only have 1 cart & she didn’t know where it was, then checked me in & I signed for payment. Again I told her I needed cart to get to my room. She reluctantly went in back & brought a utility cart which I was able to use. Once I made it, with difficulty, to my room, it was a great room & enjoyable stay.
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Date of stay: September 2021Trip type: Traveled with family
Jaimie J wrote a review Aug 2021
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We cancelled our July reservation to book at a hotel closer to Red Rocks. My credit card was manually entered in the hotel on 8/11 and then two separate people at the front desk told me that it didn’t happen and I should follow up with the bank. I have posted proof below.
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Date of stay: July 2021Trip type: Traveled as a couple
Itinerant Polyglot wrote a review Jul 2021
8 contributions1 helpful vote
We were excited to check in to our room at the brand new La Quinta Inn on Alkire Drive in Littleton. Then the staff person handed us a Post-it note with our room keys and we got our first clue that they were not quite ready for guests. She explained that we should put the post-it over the motion sensor on the light so the lights wouldn't go on if we turned over in our beds. When we got to our room, we were surprised that we had no soap: the only toiletry was a single wipe for makeup removal (1 wipe for the occupants of a room with 2 queens). There was no luggage rack: we were told they had a furniture shortage due to supply chain issues (and they apparently opened more rooms than they could fully furnish). Some rooms had door hangers; ours did not. There are 2 hooks in the bathroom and 1 small towel rack- not a lot of options for hanging wet washcloths and towels. Before turning in, we placed our Post-it and hung a towel over the luminescent bright blue thermostat that lights up the whole room. We turned the temperature up from a freezing 64 to 72 - but later it reset to the default program, which was a steamy 83. Maybe it was the act of flinging off the covers that set off the motion sensor despite our carefully placed Post-it. We reset the temp, hung a red blanket over the thermostat, replaced the Post-it and went back to sleep to the hum of the rooftop compressor. In the morning we headed downstairs for breakfast. No one was eating in the dining area and we found a sign at the front desk offering us our choice of breakfast sandwich that we could microwave there or up in our room. No fruit. We decided to grab a cup of coffee and walk a half mile to a cafe for real food - but my companion wanted decaf and that wasn't an option. We spent our time at the cafe looking for a new, more comfortable place to stay. Apparently they're bringing back a crew to redo the lighting in every room. In the meantime, it's a not quite ready for prime time hotel in the middle of a construction site and they could steal the slogan from Motel 6, "We'll leave the light on."
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Date of stay: July 2021Trip type: Traveled with family
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Bud Layne wrote a review Jul 2021
2 contributions1 helpful vote
This was the worst hotel I've stayed in all my years of traveling. Alex was good, but others didn't seem to care about customer service. They didn't have the hot breakfast as advertised. Only frozen breakfast sandwiches or burritos. The toilet seat was broken and kept coming off. They said it couldn't be fixed as it was defective in all rooms. Replacement lids were ordered, but had not arrived. We only had 2 bath towels in the room, but had 3 people staying. No hand towels or wash cloths. Since they didn't clean the room, we ran out of toilet paper and Kleenex tissues. Hotel was dirty. Never saw staff cleaning. Our room wasn't cleaned after the first night. Had to go get more towels, toilet paper and Kleenex Bathroom door made a loud, grinding noise when opened or closed. Everyone woke up when someone went to the bathroom. Alex did fix it after the first night. Overall this was the worst hotel experience we've had in all of our years of travel.
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Date of stay: July 2021
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Frequently Asked Questions about La Quinta Inn & Suites by Wyndham Littleton
Which popular attractions are close to La Quinta Inn & Suites by Wyndham Littleton?
Nearby attractions include Red Rocks Park and Amphitheatre (4.7 miles), Escape the Room (2.8 miles), and Robert Clement Park (3.7 miles).
What are some restaurants close to La Quinta Inn & Suites by Wyndham Littleton?
Conveniently located restaurants include Cafe Jordano, Twin Forks Tavern, and The Cow An Eatery.
Are there any historical sites close to La Quinta Inn & Suites by Wyndham Littleton?
Many travelers enjoy visiting Dinosaur Ridge (5.6 miles), Heritage Lakewood Belmar Park (7.1 miles), and Boettcher Mansion (9.7 miles).