At Hampton Inn & Suites Denver-Downtown, be charmed by the local flair and insight into downtown Denver.
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Based on 1294 reviews
The food was good and delicious and the service was good too. We will eat there again when we go back. Try new items on the menu. Great experience good food good service. Our next trip we will be back And recommend to other people
High Price for Volleyball Tournament - Overall Good Stay
Traveled with our volleyball team from Texas to Denver. Overall good stay at this hotel. Above average breakfast with many options. Our team price was high and my family got stuck with a small double queen room while many others in our party had much bigger rooms (just a luck of the draw thing while checking in type of thing). Clean hotel and very friendly staff. Parking - Downtown Denver hotels charge crazy prices everywhere. This hotel is no exception. $30 per night for an open lot beside the hotel. We opted to use SpotHero and park a three minute walk away in an open lot for $38 for the three days we were there. We were allowed in and out privileges. I used the out privilege once to get chicken wings at Wing Stop and restock at Safeway up the road. In Room 224 - Large screen TV, Microwave, Fridge, Coffee Maker. Our bathroom door would not stay open - downward slope by the front door. Beds were comfortable - not too firm, nor too soft. Narrow room but comfortable. Coffee and Tea was available in the lobby AM and PM - loved that. Used the gym once. One of the three treadmills did not have a functioning elevation option (a few of the dads did a WOD - thus the knowledge of one dysfunctional treadmills). Full rack of dumbbells. Multi-function weight station in the corner. Indoor pool on the same floor (basement) as the weight room. Nearby restaurants. Up the street by our parking spot is a new restaurant named Campfire (something). It was good, but the portions were small. Full bar with many beer options. 5 to 10 minute walk to many restaurants near or on 16th Street. Depending on when you go this hotel is either going to be a great deal or overpriced. For our stay it was overpriced but still a good experience. Don't know if we'll stay here again next year for the tournament, but if we do, I won't object. The staff and the AM/PM coffee station were the highlights of our experience at this hotel. Not having to go out to get breakfast for our girls was also a bonus.
Top Golf's closest hotel
Stayed at the Hampton while working the U.S Mid-Am tournament at Colorado Golf Club in Parker. Great location and easy to get to off of I-25. Right next to Top Golf and within walking distance. Super sized rooms and very clean. Very happy I found this Hampton and will use it again when needing to stay in this area of South Denver/Denver Tech Center.
Perfect place for a family trip
This was a great place - perfect for our family trip. Staff was extra helpful and kind - we checked in early and they were able to get the room ready early. Breakfast was great - kids and adults had lots of options. Beds were comfortable and the rooms were super quiet - which was awesome! Kids loved the pool and hot tub. Location is good for walking. Parking available across the street for a fee (which is usual for Denver).
Won’t be paying to stay at this one again.
The floor in the bathroom was dirty when we arrived. I didn’t get a Hilton honors bag and had to ask for one later that night. We had to pay for parking and didn’t realize that we could only pay until 6am until I had already paid. (Who wants to get up at 6am on their vacation to move a car?) The hotel in Albuquerque I stayed at was amazing in every way and I wanted to become a Hilton honors member because of it and comparatively, this Hilton missed the mark. Better than a motel 6 but nowhere near of the level of the Hilton in Albuquerque. Pathetic for almost $200 a night