When business is on the agenda and your per diem is running thin, this Days Inn will not break the bank. This hotel is so inexpensive that you might even have enough left over for a hearty meal at one of the area's multitude of restaurants. Located in the Denver Tech Center, the hotel is in the heart of the southern business district, and only about 30 minutes from downtown (on a good traffic day). The rooms feature work desks and separate sitting areas with a sofa or chair sleeper.
This Inn is the perfect spot for someone fond of watching planes come and go-it is eight miles from the airport. But the rates are cheap, and if you are doing business on the east side, this is a comfortable alternative to some of the more expensive downtown chains. The rooms are spacious, and many feature king size beds and work desks. Plan on renting a car if you want to visit downtown (20 minutes away) or the foothills.
This hotel resides near the Denver Tech Center and features penthouse suites and studios with full kitchens, living rooms, and private entrances. The penthouse suites are bi-level gems that feature a queen-sized bed, full bath, a gorgeous loft, and a furnished living area with a pull down bed, bathroom, balcony and fireplace. The kitchen areas are equipped with microwave, refrigerator and coffee maker. Units are available by the day, week, or month. The outdoor area features a basketball and volleyball court.
Located just off I-70, this Comfort Inn & Suites is a great starting point for all of your Denver metro area excursions. The rooms are nothing fancy, but the beds are comfortable and the price is right. It is relatively close to Denver International Airport and within striking distance of the Denver Zoo and the Museum of Nature & Science. If you are heading to the mountains, you might look to stay further west. Ask about their VIP rooms and services.
Residence Inn Denver North/ Westminster carries on the hotel chain's tradition of providing a comfortable, home-like atmosphere for short or longterm stays. Located just northwest of downtown Denver, its spacious suites offer a host of amenities, including fully equipped kitchens and fireplaces. An evening social hour features free appetizers. Boulder is just minutes away, as is the Flatiron Mall, the area's latest version of a shopping city.
These extended stay suites are located just two miles south of the Denver Tech Center and just minutes from Lucent Technologies. Therefore, you will find yourself only minutes from the road-office. Its comfortable rooms will actually make you feel like you are home. Choose from a studio or a one or two bedroom suite, and then kick back and enjoy its wealth of amenities. If you opt to not rent a car, an RTD bus station is next to the hotel and makes for easy access to downtown.
Located in the southwest corner of the city, this hotel is a perfect stop for leisure travelers wanting quick access to the foothills, Chatfield Lake State Park is only five miles away, and mountain bikers and hikers have easy access to the Waterton Canyon and Deer Creek trails. And after a long day in the outdoors, the trek to downtown is only about 20 minutes. The rooms are spacious and each features a refrigerator and microwave. Some rooms even offer Jacuzzis so you can rejuvenate before you hit the town.
Housed in the old Joslin's Building, the Courtyard Downtown is located on the 16th Street Mall in the center of downtown. Here you are just steps away from some of the best restaurants, shops and attractions in the city, including the Denver Center for the Performing Arts. The rooms are designed for business travelers and feature work desks and the all-important computer hook up.
This pre-fab looking hotel offers roomy suites with big beds and separate living areas with work desks. Denver International Airport is only a 10-minute drive, but downtown is a ways east, so if you plan on seeing the sites you will probably need a car. Each suite has a mini-kitchen, which makes it easy for travelers on a budget.
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The Fairfield Inns are the Marriott chain's nod to the economy traveler: these inns offer all the comfort, convenience, and qualities of the more expensive hotels and are a great value. The large rooms include work desks and computer modem ports. This hotel resides near the Inverness Business Park (in the DTC) and is close to several golf courses, making it popular with the business set. Be forewarned, however, that if you do business in Denver that the rush hour traffic from here is painfully congested and borders on mental thuggery.
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