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Quality Inn & Suites Denver Airport - Gateway Park

2.5 out of 5.0

Recent guest reviews

The room was clean and comfortable. The TV was good, but where it was located in the cabinet you couldn't see from both beds and the couch. Bathroom: The toilet wouldn't flush, the tiles are separating from the wall, and the bathtub dripped all night and wouldn't drain. After taking a shower at night, the water was still draining the next morning.

Large comfy room (excellent pillows), good shuttle service, free parking at a very reasonable price. Hard to ask for more.

Overall feel of the hotel was tired and rundown. I stay in hotels for work all the time and this was a less than a relaxing/comfortable experience. I love to swim to wind down in the evenings but the pool was too cold, water was cloudy, and there was some sort of ceiling or ventilation debris on the pool deck. Hallways had a funky smell and the elevators were scary looking and sounding. Complimentary breakfast was less than noteworthy and coffee cups too small. Staff was friendly and helpful. My room was clean, the vanity appeared to be new but everything else was dated. Curtains were in shreds. Not very quiet.

This is the best overall Denver airport hotel I found, so far! Considering price, surrounding eating options, airport shuttle, breakfast included, indoor pool you can't go wrong.

Hotel space was very tight in Denver so I booked here. When I checked in, the check-in hostess was timely and friendly. I was quickly heading to my room. When I got there though - the room ( and the elevator and the hallways and ... ) looked dated. In addition, there was dirt on the bed / sheet. That made me suspect everything else about the room. In the morning, the scrambled eggs were swimming in liquid ( yuck ). I wound up having just Coffee and a glass of orange juice.

This hotel is worn down and rough around the edges. There is a chemical cleaning smell trying to cover the underlying odors throughout the hallways and rooms. Our room was, however, very clean - not a stray hair to be found.

The hotel shows some serious signs of wear and tear. The smell of our room when we first entered was brutal. The swimming pool was very slick and fairly dangerous. We opted out of the continental breakfast given the rest of the factors.

Room had not been updated in some time. While the linens appeared clean, I didn't feel the rest of the room was very clean. The bathroom appeared to have had a leak with sheetrock having been replaced, but never painted. This was the most expensive room that I stayed in on my trip at $275 for a Monday night, and was the least clean and updated of any room where I stayed in Colorado.

My family got stuck overnight in Denver. The hotel shuttle was great, the staff friendly and helpful.

I paid $339.00 for this hotel because I needed a room close to the airport since I had an early morning flight the next day. All of the nice chain hotels were sold out so I tried this one. The room was worth about $39.00, not the $339.00 that I had to pay. Totally overpriced and not worth the money.

Nice sized rooms and very quiet. Staff was very accommodating.

Thin walls and active hotel made for a very unpleasant experience. Would not recommend.

Hotel is clean and comfortable enough but needs updating. Our flight arrived late and when we checked in the lady at the front desk booked a new reservation instead of checking us in under our existing reservation, so we ended up being charged for 2 separate rooms! Once I realized what had happned, I called the hotel and explained the situation. The woman at the front desk told me there was nothing she could do and directed me to call back once her manager arrived. The extra charge was promptly refunded after speaking with the manager.

Booked on super short notice, hotel shuttle worked out as planned and my son and I got to spend 6 hours of sleep there before grabbing their on-time shuttle service again to get back to the airport at 06:00.....

The rooms are what you pay for. Adequate but no eating establishments close by. If you are a foot, good luck.

bathrooms were gross and mold everywhere not near anything at all but couldn't beat the free stay with air tix

This was the noisiest hotel we have ever stayed at. Doors slammed all night long. We could hear the guest in the next room snoring through the walls. Don't forget to bring your ear plugs. The room itself was fine, clean and comfortable. Nice breakfast included biscuits and gravy, scrambled eggs, bacon and sausage, yogurt, cereal and fruit. the staff were nice and helpful.

I shouldn't have expected more based on the price, but this place is a low-end hotel. A fire alarm went off while I was in the shower due to the staff spray painting, the bathroom ceiling was caving in due to water damage, the sink counter top could be lifted just by brushing it, and the walls were paper thin. We attempted to go into the hot tub, and it wreaked of mildew so we had to immediately get out. The halls also smelled of mildew. I won't stay here again, or probably ever at a Quality Inn again.

This room was a complete joke. Having worked in the hotel business, I can say with 95 certainty that I was given a down room (one that was taken off the hotel's inventory for repairs, renovations, cleaning, etc.) because the hotel was either overbooked or management decided they could get away with it (most of the hotels in the immediate area were booked, and my flight was not only cancelled, it was the last flight until morning). 1. Room was listed as non-smoking even though it was clear that room had been smoked in for years. It was comical that they made me sign a no smoking pledge when I checked in. 2. The room had a double vanity (i.e. two sinks) with mismatched fixtures. The faucet handle on one of the sinks was loose... it literally came off in my hand when I tried to turn the water on. 3. The wi-fi signal was intermittent. I can deal with slow internet speed, but even when I could obtain a signal, I couldn't keep it for more than two minutes. 4. The HVAC unit was fried. When Auto was selected, the unit wouldn't heat or cool at all, when High was selected, it would cycle as if it was on auto but only in heat mode, and the thermostat couldn't hold a temperature. Fortunately, I figured out that I could get it to work by leaving it on High, turning the thermostat down to 60 and unplugging the unit when I was cool enough (and plugging it back in when the room warmed up). 5. The toilet would not flush, and when I did pull the tank cover to flush it manually, it was clogged and nearly overflowed. 6. The TV mount was broken at the swivel joint. When I turned the TV slightly, it almost tipped over. 7. The battery cover on the TV remote kept falling off. 8. Had to pull one of the beds away from the wall to find an outlet where I could charge my phone. 9. Wallpaper was peeling throughout, chipped tile/moldy grout... you get the picture. Unfortunately, the hotel was sold out and no other rooms were available. I find it hard to believe my room was representative of the others, but I also don't believe that the rest of the hotel rooms are in top condition. The only good thing about the hotel was the shuttle to/from the airport which actually seemed to run on-time.

It was good place to.stay for the price shuttle service.was good

3300 North Ouray Street Aurora CO

Hotel highlights

  • Free buffet breakfast
  • Free WiFi in rooms and public areas
  • Onsite dining
  • Free airport shuttle

Located 3 mi (4.8 km) from Aurora Sports Park, Quality Inn & Suites Denver Airport - Gateway Park is within a 10-minute drive of The Children's Hospital. This 157-room hotel welcomes guests with free breakfast and conveniences like an indoor pool and free in-room WiFi. Near the airport, the hotel is also close to Anschutz Medical Campus and University of Colorado Hospital.


Dining

Start your day off right with a free buffet breakfast. Order from room service to satisfy your hunger without leaving your room, or enjoy a bite to eat at the onsite restaurant.


Rooms

All 157 air-conditioned accommodations feature sitting areas. Guests can expect to find free WiFi and TVs with cable channels. Bathrooms have hair dryers and free toiletries. Other standard amenities include microwaves, refrigerators, and coffee makers.


Property features

Guests staying at Quality Inn & Suites Denver Airport - Gateway Park enjoy an indoor pool, a fitness center, and a spa tub. You can take advantage of onsite parking for a fee, along with a free airport shuttle (available 24 hours). The 24-hour front desk has multilingual staff ready to help secure valuables, and answer any questions about the area. Additional amenities include free WiFi in public areas, conference space, and a 24-hour business center.

Room options

Standard Room, 2 Queen Beds, Accessible, Non Smoking

Queen 2 | Sleeps 4

Room, 1 King Bed with Sofa bed

King 1 | Sleeps 4

Suite, 1 King Bed with Sofa bed, Non Smoking

King 1 | Sleeps 4

Suite, 1 King Bed with Sofa bed, Non Smoking

King 1 | Sleeps 4

Guest reviews for Quality Inn & Suites Denver Airport - Gateway Park

Everyone (18) Business (20) Couples (44) Family (32) Other (22) Friends (7)
3

great location and room, but bathroom in desperate

Everyone

The room was clean and comfortable. The TV was good, but where it was located in the cabinet you couldn't see from both beds and the couch. Bathroom: The toilet wouldn't flush, the tiles are separating from the wall, and the bathtub dripped all night and wouldn't drain. After taking a shower at night, the water was still draining the next morning.

By on Jun 26, 2017

4

excellent value

Everyone

Large comfy room (excellent pillows), good shuttle service, free parking at a very reasonable price. Hard to ask for more.

By on Apr 5, 2017

2

needs a makeover

Everyone

Overall feel of the hotel was tired and rundown. I stay in hotels for work all the time and this was a less than a relaxing/comfortable experience. I love to swim to wind down in the evenings but the pool was too cold, water was cloudy, and there was some sort of ceiling or ventilation debris on the pool deck. Hallways had a funky smell and the elevators were scary looking and sounding. Complimentary breakfast was less than noteworthy and coffee cups too small. Staff was friendly and helpful. My room was clean, the vanity appeared to be new but everything else was dated. Curtains were in shreds. Not very quiet.

By on Jan 13, 2017

4

great denver airport location.

Everyone

This is the best overall Denver airport hotel I found, so far! Considering price, surrounding eating options, airport shuttle, breakfast included, indoor pool you can't go wrong.

By , from Melbourne FL. on Sep 22, 2016

2

older hotel - also - there was dirt on the bed

Everyone

Hotel space was very tight in Denver so I booked here. When I checked in, the check-in hostess was timely and friendly. I was quickly heading to my room. When I got there though - the room ( and the elevator and the hallways and ... ) looked dated. In addition, there was dirt on the bed / sheet. That made me suspect everything else about the room. In the morning, the scrambled eggs were swimming in liquid ( yuck ). I wound up having just Coffee and a glass of orange juice.

By , from Dallas on Sep 18, 2016

2

very run down and worn hotel

Everyone

This hotel is worn down and rough around the edges. There is a chemical cleaning smell trying to cover the underlying odors throughout the hallways and rooms. Our room was, however, very clean - not a stray hair to be found.

By , from Basalt, CO on Aug 22, 2016

2

pretty rough

Everyone

The hotel shows some serious signs of wear and tear. The smell of our room when we first entered was brutal. The swimming pool was very slick and fairly dangerous. We opted out of the continental breakfast given the rest of the factors.

By , from Meeker, CO on Jul 31, 2016

2

needs updating and repairs

Everyone

Room had not been updated in some time. While the linens appeared clean, I didn't feel the rest of the room was very clean. The bathroom appeared to have had a leak with sheetrock having been replaced, but never painted. This was the most expensive room that I stayed in on my trip at $275 for a Monday night, and was the least clean and updated of any room where I stayed in Colorado.

By , from McKenzie, TN on Jul 24, 2016

5

great hotel close to the denver airport

Everyone

My family got stuck overnight in Denver. The hotel shuttle was great, the staff friendly and helpful.

By , from San Francisco on Jul 23, 2016

2

not worth the money...

Everyone

I paid $339.00 for this hotel because I needed a room close to the airport since I had an early morning flight the next day. All of the nice chain hotels were sold out so I tried this one. The room was worth about $39.00, not the $339.00 that I had to pay. Totally overpriced and not worth the money.

By on Jul 21, 2016