I booked this hotel for a one-night stay. I usually stay away from extended stay hotels, but since I knew this one was new, I took the risk. I don't think this hotel will be a good choice long-term, but for now it is adequate. Things I liked about the room: comfortable bed, clean and functional bathroom, no carpet, nice TV. Things that didn't work so well: night stand and lamp on only one side of the bed, only 2 pillows, no top sheet - only a duvet cover, open shelving for personal items and clothing, only place to put a suitcase was on the desk, noise from other rooms and hallway, and no food service nearby. There was no coffee maker or cups or anything else - even though there was a full refrigerator, nice built-in microwave and 2-burner electric stove. It's my understanding you must request, and perhaps pay for, those things when you are staying long-term, or bring your own. I doubt this hotel will be suitable long-term, as long-term guests seem to wear things out quickly. The fixtures are not high-end and some scratches are already present.
Situated in the business district, this hotel is within 1 mi (2 km) of Centennial Center Park and Lollipop Park. Fiddler's …More
Named for a prominent rock formation, Castle Rock sits at the base of the Rocky Mountains, within the lovely East Plum Creek Valley. A walk through this historic town offers a full range of shopping and dining experiences—from boutiques to the Outlets at Castle Rock, fast food to gourmet. Tee off at the Red Hawk Ridge Municipal Golf Course, or try a fanciful hot air balloon ride.