The free breakfast and evening manager's receptions are big hits with our guests staying at Residence Inn Denver City Center. They also like the hotel's location within easy walking distance to Denver hot spots. The 14-story hotel is a suites-only property with 228 units, and 100-percent non-smoking. Each room has separate dining and living areas with a flat-panel TV to enjoy. Cook your own meals in your fully equipped kitchen, but do take advantage of the free breakfast buffet. There is a casual café in the hotel for a light meal, and you can avoid the stove again with the weekday evening manager's reception (drinks and snacks). The lobby is a nice place to relax by the fireplace and maybe flip your laptop open to use the free Wi-Fi. There's also a 24-hour business center for any pressing matters, and the fitness center has a hot tub to reward yourself after a tough workout. The hotel is pet-friendly. The Residence Inn is located in downtown Denver, just a five-minute walk to the fabulous and fun cafes and shops on Sixteenth Street Mall (where you'll find bike share stations and free buses, too). It's a 10-minute walk to the Colorado Convention Center, and the bus and trolley are both within a block of the hotel. Take one to Confluence Park to visit the Downtown Aquarium. It's 25 miles to Denver International Airport, and guests with their own cars can arrange to park them at the hotel for a fee. Staying at this Mile High City hotel, with its free food and functional living spaces, doesn't mean paying sky-high prices.
Dogs of all sizes are allowed. There is a $75 one time additional pet fee.
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