Great place to drop an anchor
Reviewed 23 August, 2021
We spent several days here while visiting family in the Denver area. There was much to enjoy about our stay including the spacious rooms suites, comfortable bed, kitchenette, indoor pool, free laundry facilities and outside deck with a fire pit overlooking the Front Range. Pam, the hotel manager, was extremely attentive to guest comfort.
The restaurant next door, Nono’s, serves breakfast, lunch and dinner. All the meals we had were excellent.
A couple of small complaints: our room had a distinct smell of cigarette smoke and we requested a non-smoking room. Also, each floor had common trash receptacles that would frequently overflow creating an unsightly mess.
But I highly recommend this hotel and look forward to staying here on the next visit to the Denver area.
Smells like smoke
Reviewed 27 May, 2021
This is a fairly new hotel. The rooms are nice and spacious and the staff is very kind and helpful. Unfortunately the no smoking rule is not being reinforced. The floor we were on smelled like pot every evening. The hallways and room smelled of old cigarette smoke. My daughter had dropped something and checked under the couch to find it. All she found were cigarette butts. The exterior of the hotel is also littered with cigarette butts. It hard to maintain a clean fresh hotel when those staying their are not being asked to follow the rules.
Reviewed 14 November, 2020
Staybridge suite options were good for us with a 6 night stay and a small dog. We brought in take-out many nights and the full coffee pot with coffee provided was nice. The breakfast provided safe sealed choices. The pool and exercise room were nice and rarely used. Morning front desk and kitchen staff were great. Staff practiced good COVID practices.
Room AC and heat were good (not a window unit), bed and bath linens were nice. I wish the we could have tried the BBQ grills.
In the middle of it all and a comfortable clean stay.
Reviewed 22 September, 2020
Denll was the person who checked us in, assisted with restaurant suggestions and was always folding towels while trying to assist everyone. Another gentleman, who worked during the day was also very busy, very helpful and folding towels. We truly enjoyed our stay. The room was clean and nice and the microwave popcorn was a nice touch. The towels are rough, but thirsty. The view from the patio area is beautiful.
Excellent long term stay facility
Reviewed 11 September, 2020
Just finished a four month stay at this facility, as a renegade from an overseas city where COVID was more scary than in Colorado. This relatively new (2 to 3 years old) facility has an excellent staff who go out of their way to provide friendly, attentive service. My summary of pros and cons:
Pros: New facility, well maintained. Excellent view of the mountains from many rooms and from the outdoor courtyard / firepit / barbecue area. Large (eleven machines) guest laundry where the machines are free to use. Small but adequate fitness room. Great location for access to major roads (470, Santa Fe). Several excellent walking / biking trails are within walking distance.
Cons: The firepit area is supposed to be cleared by 11:00 pm. On rare occasions, guests would stay later than that and get louder as the drinking progressed. Staff was good about 'chasing' away the offenders when called. There is only one restaurant within walking distance, but plenty are within 2 - 3 miles in Highlands Ranch and Littleton.
Neutral: Due to the brave new world of corona virus, I did not use housekeeping
services, choosing to do my own tidying up. The housekeepers were all very friendly, and kept me well supplied with necessary items, bringing changes of towels, sheets, etc when needed. The breakfast is standard, packaged fare, but there is a good selection of items. That is, perhaps, the 'new normal' for hotel breakfasts. However, one can easily opt for Starbucks and similar establishments just a short drive away.
Minor point for complaint (but not about the hotel) was the number of guests who refused to wear masks in public areas. Staff reminded persons of this state requirement with signs and verbal warnings. But some would not listen. Not sure if all hotels/motels are experience this, but it was mildly disconcerting. Or could it be a political statement? I do not know.