La Quinta Inn and Suites Denver International Airport

2.5 out of 5 stars2.5 Stars

6801 Tower Road, Denver, Colorado, 80249-6327, United States

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Rated 19% higher but also costs 33% more than other 2.5 star hotels

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    “Close To Airport”

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    It's not a five star hotel but, about 3 stars. But, it was a top notch 3 stars. They are close to the airport- nice for rental car return with cheap gas just down the road at the grocery store. The Priceline price made it an exceptional value. The rooms were clean and fairly spacious. Everything, worked as to be expected since the property is fairly new. They have a shuttle and food close by. Although, there was a breakfast bar (nice for quick cup of coffee) we went to Village Inn and got a pretty good breakfast (just blocks away). The place has a pool (didn't have time) and plenty of parking. Staff was helpful and we had nothing to complain about. Great one night stay.

    Unique Quality: Close To Airport, gas, and food

    Directions: DIA

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Forum Posts

Longmont - Boulder Areas and Deserted Town

by jblookin

I will be at the Longmont and Boulder areas this summer. I will have 16-17 year old girls to entertain. I know we will already be visiting Estes Park. Any other suggestions?

Also, years ago I traveled to Colorado and came upon a deserted town that looked like something out of the movies from the 1800's...saloons, etc. Does anyone know where this or something similar is located?

Re: Longmont - Boulder Areas and Deserted Town

by bocmaxima

I would spend some time in Denver if you're not doing so already. Definitely hike with them also. There are some cool trails a little past Nederland. Maybe also Golden Gate State Park, which is awesome.

There are a ton of old ghost towns in Colorado, so it depends on exactly where it was. It also depends on when exactly you saw this, because Colorado's developed excessively in the past ten years, and it could either be nothing or developed, like Dunton did.
http://ghosttowns.com/

Re: Longmont - Boulder Areas and Deserted Town

by KiKitC

Oh boy. There's a lot of ghost towns in Colorado, scattered all throughout.

Ouray, the "Jeeping Capital of the World" and also known as the "Switzerland of America" may be a great place to explore. Rent a Jeep in town, and head out onto the Alpine Loop for an off-road adventure. There are many trails that used to be old mining roads, and old ruins of mines, mills and cabins. One of my favorite stops was at Animus Forks, an old mining town, now just a shell of preserved structures.

Now, a little closer to Estes Park...just about an hour outside of Denver...is historic Leadville. Leadville was a booming gold and silver rush town...with a fantastic and scandulous history. Doc Holliday moved here after the OK Corral, drank at the saloons here, and even shot his last victim at a saloon here now bearing his name. Leadville has historical museums, scenic train rides, mine tours and great off-road adventures. We had a fabulous time here too.

Hope that helps some.

Travel Tips for Denver

Denver City Flag

by OlenaKyiv

The official flag for the City and County of Denver was adopted in 1926. It was designed by Margaret Overbeck, a North High School student at the time.

A yellow circle in the center symbolizes gold in Colorado's hills as well as the sun.
The circle's position indicates Denver's central location within the state.
The blue field represents community's matchless skies; the white jagged line is representative both of the mountains which form Denver's background, and is also symbolic of the state's Native American heritage.
The red foreground beneath the mountains stands for the red earth from which Colorado gained its name.

Denver zoo, Mile High stadium,...

by coyote1962

Denver zoo, Mile High stadium, The colorado capital building Tropical discovery (an Aquarium)
but most of all I would say get out of the city and see what Colorado is famous for ... its mounains Watching a Bornco game at Mile High Stadium or a Rocky's game at coors field

Skyline from I25

by KaiM

One of the nicest views of the city you get while entering it from the North. Just follow Interstate 25. After crossing some hills the skyline suddenly appears. Especially on a sunny day with the Rocky Mountains to your right side this is a beautiful scenary. For football fans: You also pass John Elway Motors, the car dealership of the former Denver Broncos quarterback and superstar.

City and County Building

by OlenaKyiv

Conceived as part of the original Robinson Plan of 1906, it took 26 years to build (1932) and incorporates the design efforts of 39 leading local architects.

More than five miles of electrical wire suspend over 20,000 lights over the building's facade. The opulent building, along with numerous boulevards and parks, including Civic Center Park, added to Mayor Robert Speer's City Beautiful vision to create a Paris on the plains. In honor of the popular mayor, who served a series of terms in the early 1900s, the Tower Clock atop the City and County Building chimes every quarter hour.

Packing List

by smoopybean

Really, the most important thing you can bring with you, is sunscreen. Denver is fortunate to have over 300 sunny days a year. If you are fair skinned, you will burn if exposed to the sun for too long. Bring sunscreen, and keep hydrated.

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Address: 6801 Tower Road, Denver, Colorado, 80249-6327, United States