Nov 18 - Nov 19
Really appreciated the property owner/manager. Great communication, very helpful, had coffee in the mornings, great place to stay. Will definitely return.
Nov 11 - Nov 12
Simple but very comfortable and clean room. Very comfortable bed.
The concept is great. We had the luxury of a hotel, with the amenities of home. I would highly recommend the hotel to others, the staff was professional and responsive to our needs. We will stay at the WWHDTC in the future.
Nov 20 - Nov 21
Great area and view, friendly employees and guest.
Nov 26 - Nov 27
The rooms were clean and very comfortable. The location was convenient to the airport.
Nov 16 - Nov 17
I liked the kitchen area that included a refrigerator and stove and dishwasher. The living area with couch was also very nice and roomy.
Oct 31 - Nov 1
Staybridge had a nice place for us to stay. All tge essentials for shopping are nearby.
Oct 31 - Nov 1
We chose this property for its location and it’s ratings were better than the other hotels in the immediate area. The toilet broke and we were unable to reach housekeeping, front desk or operator, we had to deal with the toilet problem until checkout.
Nov 20 - Nov 21
Staff was great. Great amenities and nice setting.
The state capital of Colorado is famous for its modern commercial heart and amazing mountain scenery. Enjoy around 300 days of sunshine a year, the best skiing in the USA, and a food scene to rival New York or LA. Denver extended stay hotels provide you with a luxurious experience and top-quality facilities, whether you’re visiting the Mile High City for business or pleasure.
Founded during the Gold Rush of the 1800s, Denver has (quite literally) a rich heritage. As you make your way around the city, the 19th-century architecture is complimented by the stunning backdrop of the Rockies. Denver extended stay hotels are primarily located in the center of the city, so you can easily reach the business district in a few minutes.
Located on Evans Avenue in the city’s Cherry Creek neighborhood, Denver extended stay hotels are the perfect choice if you want to take a little longer to explore Colorado, or have extended business in the city. Guest rooms are comfortable and spacious, with many offering a free breakfast every morning, and weekly rates that make staying for longer a little kinder on your wallet.
The Cherry Tree Shopping Center is the jewel in Denver’s retail crown, with 160 different stores to visit in state-of-the-art facilities. You can also check out the 16th Street Mall or the eclectic Colfax Avenue and Capitol Hill areas for boho shopping, artisan coffee shops and hipster record sellers.
From Denver Zoo to the vintage Lakeside Amusement Park, there are attractions for families, couples and elder travelers alike. Many of these attractions are within walking distance of Denver extended stay hotels.
Denver has its own international airport and is commonly known as DIA. On landing, you can take a cab directly from the airport into the heart of the city, which is around a 30-minute drive.
While it’s easy to explore Denver on foot, hiring a car is advisable if you want to travel a little further. Staff at your extended stay hotel in Denver will be able to help you arrange transport, book taxis or advise on transportation in the city.