The free breakfasts, free downtown shuttle and apartment-like accommodations are what turn our guests' heads at Residence Inn Denver Downtown. The two-story, pet-friendly hotel has 159 units, all suites. The rooms all have kitchens, fully equipped so you can cook any meal you desire. Skip the breakfast prep, though—the hotel has a free hot breakfast buffet. There is a sleeper sofa for extra space. Weekday evenings mean manager's receptions, with snacks and drinks all around, and there are outdoor BBQ facilities for al fresco grilling. While you're enjoying the great outdoors, take a few laps in the seasonal outdoor pool and hot tub, or take your workout indoors to the fitness center. For added convenience, there's an on-site laundry facility, and grocery-shopping services are offered to help keep that fridge stocked. The Residence Inn is located north of downtown Denver, just across the bridge from Elitch Gardens, the city's downtown theme park. The spry of foot can walk the mile or so into downtown, but there is a free hotel shuttle back and forth. Once in the city, head to Sixteenth Street pedestrian mall with its eclectic shops and restaurants, or the State Capitol to view its impressive architecture. Getting around Denver by car is easy, with free parking at the hotel. Denver International Airport is a 25-mile drive. Free breakfasts and the comforts of home set Residence Inn apart from the crowd. With a free shuttle to drive you around and rates that won't drive you crazy, Residence Inn is worth a good look.
Dogs of all sizes are allowed. There is a $100 one time additional pet fee.
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