We stayed on Sept 6th with the AAA rate of $93 + tax.
Although it took a while, the free shuttle from the airport was great. It was a nice mini-bus and the driver was very friendly. Check in was quick and easy.
We were on the 11th floor, one of the club level rooms. The room was a nice size and had a sleeper sofa and a nice King bed. Bathroom room was an okay size. Had a nice flat screen TV and a balcony that looked over to the restaurants etc that were across the highway.
I think they had just barely finished the renovations as the pictures were stacked in the corner instead of hung on the wall. The ice machine and pop machine were not even on and the lights dimmed in the vending room and the sitting area by the elevators.
They did have a little gift shop with the usual overpriced food and beverages which was nice. They also have a Starbucks with a bar attached as well. Seemed to be very popular amongst the business men and women that were sitting around it. Probably about 20 sitting in the various sitting areas in the lobby.
The restaurant is very overpriced. We decided to wander across the freeway to Famous Daves. It is a little bit of a hike. I wouldnt wander that way after dark or by myself.
We did not use the pool or exercise room although they did look nice. The business center seemed to be nice as well, although we didnt use it either.
We did order roomservice for breakfast. Just some pastries and juice. Most of the breakfast options were a bit overpriced. I was looking forward to a smoothie but the blender was broken.
Overall I was actually quite surprised with how much I enjoyed this hotel. Although it was a ways from the airport the free shuttle was a huge plus. The beds were great and the front desk very helpful.
We just stayed one night between our flight and our departure on Amtrak. We paid $30 for our taxi ride to Union Station but that included a nice tip.
Seems out of the way from a lot of stuff but if you are looking for a quick night stay in Denver, this was worth it.
- 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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