My four year old son and I are in between homes right now and needed a place to call home for a few weeks. This hotel had a fantastic kitchen with a full sized fridge, a stove top, dishwasher and pots pans plates and silverware. The room was somehow large enough that it didnt feel crowded. The chair in our room was awesome and I really felt "at home" in my room. The staff was really friendly and helpful and it was a genuinely nice experience. I would stay there again.
Traveller from Denver Tech Center
Situated in Centennial, this hotel is within 3 mi (5 km) of Lollipop Park, Fiddler's Green Amphitheater, and Centennial …More
The front staff was friendly though the keys didn't work the first time. We had to trudge through a snow storm to go to the side door where our room was, find out the keys didn't work, and walk back. Not exactly a warm welcome after a grueling 8-hour road trip through snow and ice on the highway. Other than that the room was nice, a bit small, but we were staying one night anyway. The furniture and placement of it was on point though. Definitely liked the shower. For some reason the sliding bathroom door didn't lock so if you really need that make sure you let the front desk know. Pool was nice; it was indoor, 3-5 ft. deep. Good for a night adult swim. Other than that, pretty standard place.
Situated in the business district, this hotel is 1.5 mi (2.5 km) from Fiddler's Green Amphitheater and 2.8 mi (4.5 km) from …More
Everything was clean and well kept. The staff was great as well. The only problem we had was that we had no hot water when we woke up. Cold showers before we checked out wasn't the best way to wake up. I'm sure it is not a normal problem at the Hyatt.
Traveller from US
This 11-story hotel is 10 miles from downtown in the Denver Tech Center. Cherry Creek State Park and Park Meadows Mall are …More
Pocket Guide: Denver Centennial - Tech Center Hotels
Known locally as DTC, the Denver Tech Center is located about 30 minutes from downtown Denver. This suburb teems with commercial buildings and corporate offices. At night, white-collar workers unwind during happy hour at nearby pubs and sports bars. Or head to Park Meadows Mall or Southwest Plaza for shopping, dinner, and arcades.