Stayed one night before flying out of Denver the next morning. Check in went easily. Room overlooked 3 roads, so there was traffic noise, but was reasonably quiet in wee hours of the morning. It rained overnight, and the rain poured on the concrete balcony, which created some noise of it's own. Finally, all rooms overlook the lobby, open concept plan, so you can hear noise from the lobby, dining room, etc. That does quiet down eventually.
The room was clean, plenty of towels, hair dryer in room. No mini-fridge, which was a bit of a bummer, but not a big deal. King bed was very comfortable.
We needed our boarding passes printed, business center printer was not working. The hotel guide says there is an airline kiosk by reception, but there is no such thing. However, the front desk did go online for us and print off the boarding passes, which was a help.
We ate in the restaurant for dinner and breakfast. I had to send my dinner back as the chicken was not cooked all the way through. They were very nice, brought me out a new dinner, and took it off the bill. But the dish which was supposed to be chicken cordon bleu, was a flat piece of chicken, with a huge slab of ham over top, covered with cheese, and some blend of herbs overtop which completely overwhelmed the dish. Even if the chicken had not been undercooked it was an odd rendition of the dish. My husband had the spaghetti and meatballs and said the meatballs were definitely homemade. For breakfast, there is a buffet option as well as menu. I am not a big breakfast eater, and I was thrilled to see a single egg benedict for $3 on the menu. That and OJ was a perfect size breakfast for me, and it was well done. Hubby had French Toast which he said was very good. Service for both breakfast and dinner was fairly slow, so keep that in mind if you are in a hurry.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Embrace the understated luxury found at our Renaissance Denver Stapleton Hotel conveniently located just off I-70 between the Denver International Airport (DIA) and Downtown. Our North Denver hotel is pet-friendly and close to area attractions including the Shops at Northfields, Quebec Square Retail Center and Dick's Sporting Goods Park. Plus, as an esteemed sponsor of DSG Park, our hotel is the official home of the Colorado Rapids, located mere minutes away. Every guest will indulge in luxurious guest rooms offering balconies with expansive views and luxurious amenities, while those visiting on business appreciate our impeccably designed conference space spanning over 40,000 sq. ft. of flexible event space. Family vacationers especially enjoy our proximity to the Colorado Convention Center, Coors Field, Larimer Square, the Denver Zoo, the Museum of Nature and Science, and Bass Pro Shop. Discover the distinctive style of our Denver hotel. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Renaissance Denver
- Denver Renaissance