The Quality Inn Denver Central hotel is conveniently located to Historic Downtown Denver. 213 rooms that offer scenic views of either The Downtown Denver City Skyline or Colorado's Rocky Mtn Range. Nearby access to I25, I70, and I76.Featuring The Palm Grill and Bar, 6000 Sq Ft of Banquet facilities, business Center, wi-Fi, and mtg space. Elitch Gardens, the Denver Museum, Coors Field, and the Downtown Aquarium are all within 8 miles. Guests will enjoy shopping at the Denver Pavillions, Larimer Square, and the LoDo district, known for its art galleries, historical architect, night clubs and restaurants. Free hot breakfast. The hotel is currently renovating the meeting rooms and banquet areas of the hotel. Quality Inn under New Ownership. Free shuttle service, 7 a.m. to 10 p.m. within 5 miles *Pets are allowed with a non refundable charge of $15.00 per night and per pet. Size limit of 50 lbs. Maximum of 2 pets per room.
staff was friendly and helpful the shuttle drivers are pleasant and helpful, were willing to find a place if it is in the 5 mile area/radius of the hotel, The Palm Grill serves a small selections of choices which being a diabetic left only salad and soup for meal
I requested a fridge for meds, never received a fridge, had to throw away over 200 dollars worth of insulin, it was to cold to let in car as it would freeze. unless you have a non-smoking room, that item is not standard. shuttle went on the top of hour to stock show which when full of exhibiters did not allow for their needs to be there before time to show
By far the best deal for our week long trip to Denver. This was a group of three friends enjoying Denver for a week. We've stayed in other hotels in and out of Denver. Quality Inn Central definitely had the best overall value. This hotel provides all of the basic amenities you need. The breakfast was your typical hotel continental breakfast. We upgraded to the deluxe room since we were staying for a week and still didn't break the budget. The hotel sits at a great location near I-25 and I-76. Nearly 15 minutes to get anywhere in downtown Denver. The hotel offers a free shuttle service to select locations in downtown, but we always utilized Uber and avoided Denver's traffic. Great choice for a hotel!
Don't eat at the Palm Grill restaurant. Save yourself and go across the street to the Village Inn.
Seemed like a good deal online
There was an even there that took up all of the parking. Had to park at another hotel and walk. My nonsmoking room had definitely been smoked in regularly and left me feeling like I had smoked a pack of cigarettes the next morning.
Moving from CA to Denver--this was my last night before I was able to get my keys and get into my apt. The location was bad--yes it was right off the freeway so easy to find, but the noise from the traffic was awful and it was NOT in a good part of town. Unfortunately I missed the window for canceling my reservation so I was stuck. There was zero parking--apparently there was a gem show there and it was first come first serve. The woman at the front desk apologized but I was still on my own to find a place. Waited for a while until someone left. There were some seriously sketchy people smoking cigarettes and pot right out front of the hotel. I'm usually pretty unfazed by different folks, but this honestly gave me pause. The room was dark and smelled like mildew. It was clean enough but the carpet was in serious need of replacement. I was glad I brought my flip flops to wear around. I got charges $30 to have my dogs stay with me so for the money I spent it was not worth it at all. The previous night I stayed in an Econo Lodge in Grand Junction which was excellent--clean and they let pets stay for free. Do yourself a favor and look for something like that instead of the "Quality" at the Quality Inn Central.
Clean . rides to town. I will be back.
The room was relatively clean. The breakfast buffet was ok.
Location was awful and in a bad part of town. Hotel was dim and dirty. The staff was un friendly. The elevators were broken, and the only one of three working was very slow, and packed w/ people. You could not use the stairs, because apparently are to be used as fire exits only,and will sound an alarm. The bathroom in the room was not exactly clean and the shower clogged. Very expensive considering the experience. Stay somewhere else for a few extra dollars.
Location was great for easily finding it and close to Denver Mart FREE Shuttle SMOKING (of all types) rooms Put up with a hotel full of stoners well (420 weekend) In all honesty, Ill likely book this hotel again but will come prepared knowing to bring some sani-wipes for my room and asking for fresh bedding when I first get there instead of later in the night. Its cheaper than most other hotels in the area, and from what I grasped talking to other guests at the event this was the "best of the worst". If you are looking for a deal for an event and don't mind having to do some "room adjusting" on your own then this is the place for you. Ive worked in hotels for a few years so none of this surprised me, and given the availability of rooms and labor during certain times of the year this all makes sense. Not sure it was worth the 130$ nightly charge, but Im pretty sure Ill end up paying this again for the next event. Just bring extra hygienic items and you'll be all good.
I had to change my own bedding after I checked in (found hair and clear signs the bedding was not changed) The bar/restaurant recommendation downtown was horrendous Don't try to touch stuff in your room - its all kinda dirty and greasy Breakfast was hardly edible (highly suspect wet looking eggs and that ham was wildly contaminated by idiot guests multiple times within the short time i was in line. Something about tongs baffles people)
Comfortable bed, clean room; nice, clean towels, cheaper rate than most options in area for extended stay.
The men who were at the front desk were not very friendly upon arrival, very matter-of-fact, not very welcoming. The young lady who checked us out was very friendly though. The breakfast needs to be improved....old refried beans and thin, curled up ham slices floating in water were not very appealing and the scrambled eggs were soft and watery. The coffee was good and the hostess very friendly. The tv channels were very few and we could not access major channels or programs.
I took my wife there so we could attend the Veterans Day parade and a veterans event the next day. It is in a bad neighborhood and homeless people are roaming around parking lot. Staff was uninterested and lobby was loud, and dirty. The bar was a joke. The room was filthy. Carpet stained, bed lumpy, ceiling had burn marks, no outlet covers on outlets, lamp shades had burn marks, and shower wall had mold or something all over it. The tv was small with very few channels and the window overlooking a run down warehouse was dirty. Pictures online are fake or very old. The place is a dump
They had a free shuttle to the Pepsi center
Bar was being remodeled and we were not told before we booked or when we checked in. The food was horrible and they barely had any beer selection and no bourbon. We checked in early so we could take a nap before the show and they were remodeling the room next door so we couldnt nap.
The only good thing is that it WAS cheaper than most options.
Upon arrival my husband and I actually saw a prostitute leaving through the lobby, went to her van, counted her money and then left. That was a bit shocking. The staff when we arrived was obviously tired or board. The room was one of those that makes your skin crawl and I didn't want to take my socks off when I was walking around. The toilet seat was dirty with someone else's......well, you know and the sink was covered in white residue. Save time, money and sanity-DONT STAY HERE.