I would stay at this hotel again mainly because of location to family we visited in Lakewood. It is a good value and room was clean and bed was comfortable. Our suite with a king bed was more than roomy enough. There were louvered doors that separated the bedroom from the sitting area; some of the louvers on the doors were missing which looked kind of tacky, but otherwise the furniture was good. The free continental breakfast was not that great. The eggs seemed kind of watery and the pastries were just okay, but what does one expect for free I guess! I appreciated having tea bags for a hot cup of tea, but my husband said the coffee was mediocre. If the breakfast was better it would just be an added bonus.
"Stayed for 5 days while visiting relatives in Den."
The room was quiet and clean. We asked for an accessible room, and one was provided. Please be aware that "accessible" means there are grab bars in the bathroom, but the bathtub was an ordinary one and could be an issue for someone who could not climb into the tub. That was not a problem for us. The hotel restaurant is relatively expensive. They provide USA Today and the WSJ to hotel guests.
Our stay started with a nice large room, well organized. Lots of space in the bathroom for my stuff and my husband's. They had a lapdesk so you can comfortably work on a laptop while relaxing. The breakfast area looked like a little restaurant and the choices were very good - there were even bananas which a lot of places don't offer. It was pretty easy to get to the center of the city from there as well.
Not realizing that the Marriott was about 30+ min. from downtown Denver (Coors Field was our destination) and there was more traffic than usual - reception (believe her name was Holly) suggested we use the light rail with a station just 5-10 min. from the Marriott. Best advice ever - we did so and saved ourselves a very stressful drive to and from Coors Field that Saturday evening. Had not used the light rail before and will def. keep it in mind in the future. Also staff on Sunday morning helped us to find closest church to attend services with very good directions to the church.
Boasting a strong arts and cultural community, Lakewood is home to the Washington Heights Arts Center; the Lakewood Cultural Center, a large facility with a 310-seat theater; and the Belmar Center with shops and restaurants, a 400-person covered plaza terrace, and an outdoor skate rink. Numerous recreational parks offer amazing views of the Rocky Mountains, a sure inspiration to the local artists.
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