Having lived in downtown Denver in the past, I knew that the Magnolia was in great location and thus why I selected to stay there. It is only 1 block from 16th Street Mall and almost everything else is walk-able as well. The check-in process was easy, the room was clean, modern and comfortable. The front desk staff was average, valet staff was excellent. I will say that if you want to get ANY type of quality sleep, do not get a room on the side where the light rail runs. I didn't sleep at all as it runs all night and makes an annoying dinging noise when it crosses the street! Only the next day did the staff say, "Oh, you should have called us. We have a noise kit for that". What? Why didn't you tell me that when I checked in? I have never heard of a noise kit (I guess it has earplugs, white noise machine, etc). If they provide that, you know they know it is noisy... and should tell you that. It was probably the worst sleep I have ever had in a hotel - ever. And, I've traveled a lot. The parking is also expensive... But, that's downtown Denver and not unusual for any hotel. Also it is not a business hotel - a USB port would have been helpful.
Traveller from US
This downtown, nonsmoking boutique hotel is 1 block from 16th Street Mall and a little more than an hour's drive from Summit …More
I was in Denver to see my son. Upgraded room, accomadated his dog, and helped with an extended stay waiting for delayed medical attention for my son. The front desk team is second to none, specifically Terrance and Mr James.
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On the 16th Street Pedestrian Mall, the Sheraton Denver Downtown Hotel is close to shopping and entertainment, about 3 blocks …More
We recently spent the night at the Cheyenne Mountain Resort. The hotel and most staff were great and the rooms were clean and comfortable. With the exception of a few minor things. First off we decided to dine at the hotel and have their holiday buffet which cost $49.99 per person, I would not recommend this meal for the price. The vegetables were overdone and the rice was way undercooked, so crunchy you couldn't eat it. Just seemed overpriced for what was served. The only other thing was the next day we got a later start, check out was at 12 noon. At about 10 am house keeping knocks on the door and I respond that we are not ready for housekeeping yet, she then pounds on the door again and yells through it "well when are you going to be out?'". Check out isn't untill noon!
With spectacular views of Cheyenne Mountain and the Rockies as well as Colorado Springs, this lodge-style resort is ideally …More
The facility and grounds are beautiful. If you are with a large group or corporation you've got it made. Unfortunately, individuals often lose out - amenities like the pool are closed for private functions, dinner and spa reservations are difficult to obtain, etc. The staff is unevenly trained. Some are very professional and others severely lack in professionalism and knowledge. Although I booked through Expedia and received a "total balance" with my confirmation, the Broadmoor's "total balance" was higher and no one could identify specifically what accounted for the upcharge. We were charged a resort fee although most of the amenities were closed for the season (pool, paddle boats) and many others were not available due to private events. We booked a tour on Broadmoor's Cog Railway and were notified that it was only going half way up Pike's Peak due to extreme wind. We were issued a credit and rather than receiving 1/2 of our payment back for 1/2 of a trip we received less than 1/6th! Although the rooms were beautifully appointed and looked clean when we requested our sheets be replaced either the request was ignored or our replacement sheets contained a few stands of hair.
Traveller from US
This luxurious 5000-acre resort is located on the banks of Cheyenne Lake, a short drive from downtown Colorado Springs and …More