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Visiting Denver for a few days before moving on to Vail and Beaver Creek. Pros ~ location of the hotel, transportation ~ took the A line from the airport directly to Union Station. Avis car rental located right across the street. Open air lots for parking near the hotel for a fraction of the cost. ...
Palace is part of this hotel's name and it earns that title. Our stay was magical. The staff are friendly and well trained, the rooms comfortable and the lobby beautiful and historic. Example: we were unpacking and found that my husband's mouthwash had leaked, staining 6 dry clean only silk shirts. ...
A great No-Frills Hotel. Breakfast was excellent and the room was incredibly comfortable and spacious. An easy drive to the University of Denver, Red Rocks, and Carpenters Peak. My go to hotel for Denver visits.
staff was wonderful and accommodating. room was immaculate and bed was very comfortable. nice, comfy, homey vibe. very nice tea and fresh cookies were waiting when we arrived. breakfast was amazing: savory pancakes with chutney, cheesy eggs with fresh chives from the garden (which is very nice; perfect ...
Maybe I never checked or noticed, they don't have a refrigiator in room that was a such a bummer, also one of room light bulb was gone (should mention to them but too busy travel and check the area). What I can say is I get what I paid. Just ok with someone leave the luggage and travel out a ...
Very clean room. Accommodating to our request. Maids very friendly, very pleasant stay
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