Days Inn Downtown Denver is located across the street from the Ogden Theater and the Fillmore Auditorium. Walking distance to the state capitol, and near the Colorado Convention Center, Coors Field, Pepsi Center, Sports Authority Field, Elitch Gardens and the Denver Zoo. Several restaurants, cocktail lounges and shopping venues such as the 16th St. Mall are in the area. All of our guest rooms are equipped with curved shower rods and cable television with free movies. Hair dryers, coffee makers, irons, and ironing boards are available upon request. Business travelers will appreciate access to copy and fax services. We also have spacious in-room desks to make working when away from the office easier.
-Bright lights coming through the windows, with curtains that cannot black it out. -Breakfast selection/layout is fairly lacking.
Good breakfast options, walkable to downtown in good weather, staff orders taxis, which arrive quickly. All the many staff I encountered were very nice and helpful.
I didn't care for having to walk on outdoor balconies to get to room--Denver is cold this time of year! Heaters are window boxes (like A/C), not very efficient, noisy all night. Room keys get demagnetized too quickly, I kept having to go back thru the cold to the front desk to demagnetized key.
We picked it because it was affordable for a one night stay in Denver before our morning flight. It is close to downtown so you can walk wherever you need to go. Room was in good condition.
It was right next to the 7/11 gas station which consisted of about 6-10 homeless people sitting about 3 feet from our vehicle. We had one come up us asking for money when we were leaving early in the morning. Also the elevator smelled of vomit and/or pee. We proceeded to then only use the stairs.
It was close to the events I wanted to attend.
The bathroom had no ventilation and the shampoos, soaps and lotions had been previously used. They we also very skimpy on the towels. There's a significant homeless population all around the hotel.
The desk girl.
Everything. Never return bad neighbourhood rooms were dirtier then the streets. Paid for my room an left that day to a cleaner more reliable hotel. Not even worth 50 cents a night.
The staff were friendly.
The location seemed unsafe. Homeless people lingered around the hotel. The room itself wasn't filthy, but I wouldn't consider it terribly clean either.
Lots of electricity in the air with the concerts going on and the night life
That we were there for 4 days wish I could stay longer
The location was great, hotel, for the most part, was clean, and staff was nice.
Found a tick in the bed which staff didn't do anything about, shower/tub facet had a leak and wouldn't cut off completely, and the maid service wasn't the best.
Room was clean.
The nightclub pounds music until 2am 2 doors down. We had a small infant with us and for some reason the front desk clerk put us on the side of the building closest to the club even after requesting a quiet room....we would've requested to change but by the time we figured out where the music was coming from it was 10pm.
Parking lot too small if you have a full sized pick up. Shower broken, towel rack broken, still had garbage in the room, safe didn't work. Noisy area, sirens, people yelling or fighting all night. Appeared to be a few drug deals just outside the parking lot fence. Bum asking for money in the parking lot and then becoming aggressive and police had to be called. Didn't seem like a very good part of town
Enjoyed the location! Affordable and great value for what you get!
Did not like the fact that they do not except debit cards. Also they make a manager go and expect the room before you can receive your deposit back. May not be the place 2 stay if your a regular business traveler.
The staff were friendly and helpful and arranged for me to change rooms when the safe did not work in my room.
I like that it was cheap and close to restaurants and bars.
I did not like that I did not feel safe. The ramada is only .5 miles away and is slightly more expensive. I feel like it would have been a safer option. There were people on drugs and singing all through the night. Lots of homeless people in the area
Great nights stay I love the Capital hill area . Staff was all very friendly. It is a quick walk to the 16th st mall for drinks and a show and a cheap cab ride home. Will be back.
Wi-fi not good but we were not in the room much so no biggie
Hotel personnel allowed 420 smoking outside
The location to theaters and downtown
The hotel fills the parking lot to the Max and had to have several cars move so that we can leave the hotel which took nearly an hour.
I liked the location the best. It was an easy 15-20 min. walk to 16th street mall. It is also right by the places that we were going to. The breakfast was good, they are continental, but they had a waffle maker, fruits and other choices. But, for the price I thought overall it wasn't too bad.
The location is right by two major theatre (music) halls, and a bunch of bars. There were a lot of homeless people walking around, though mostly at night. Not good for a girl staying alone. It was a bit loud in the neighborhood as well. Also, at night time there was only male staff and although friendly, they were a bit too friendly (if you get my meaning..btw, I am a girl). I was also sad that they didn't have a fridge in the room, or a coffee marker.
The room was comfortable and clean.
This hotel is right beside a restaurant and bar. Request a front room if you don't want to hear the noise from it all night long. Most of thebstaff was helpful, except the young blonde guy at the front desk. We wanted some hot water to make some oatmeal at 6am, but since breakfast isn't set up till 6:30, he couldn't help us. He had a really bad attitude. So we left the days inn without breakfast. This was ludicrous considering a young women had obliged the same request the night before.