I stayed here for one night and got a great deal. It is a very spacious hotel and has a very nice weight room for a hotel. It is close to food and entertainment and is on the 16th street mall. You can catch the free mall bus and get around the downtown area.
This is now a SHeraton Hotel. It consists of two segments: the southern part was originally a Hilton and had some very tiny rooms. The northern part was the May D&F Department Store. I suspect that the northern part has larger and nicer rooms, although I haven't stayed there since the old Denver Hilton was in place. This is one of the 4 or 5 best hotels in Denver.
Unique Quality: Location on the 16th Street mall. Some mountain views on the west side.
The Adams Mark hotel is now known as the Sheraton Denver Downtown Hotel.
It is a 22 story building and is located next to the 16th Street Mall.
In the lobby is a statue of Two horses, nice! There is an outdoor heated pool. Our stay here was very good, and so was breakfast
It is around 28 miles from Denver International Airport.
I attended a business conference at the Adams Mark but unfortunately didn't get to stay the night. Some friends did, however, and said the accomidations were less than plush. It certainly is an impressive looking place, but not in a luxurious sense. You kind of have a get in-get out feeling about the hotel, where its not really a place you want to stick around and enjoy. Impressive conference facilities though.
We spent 4 days at the Adams Mark Denver, and were very pleased. The location is wonderful, and the restaurants and lounge were better than average. The Capital Bar was very attractive and comfortable. The Bravo let us in a bit after their normal closing and we were well served and not rushed. The rooms, while in need of minor attention, were clean and offered impressive views. The only downside was the business center, which has very limited hours, and charges for computer use and printing. Over all, we would not hesitate to stay here again, and would recommend it to others.
I really enjoyed my stay here for a conference held at the Hotel. The rooms were large and generally well maintained. My room had two queen beds and a good sized desk. The staff was quite friendly and did a good job (although they did accidently give me the wrong room when I checked in so that I accidentally barged in on another guest).
The best part about the hotel was it's location right on the 16th Street Mall, putting it within easy walking distance of the Mint, the capitol and lots of bars and restaurants. The hotel's own bar was circular and enclosed in glass, making it a nice place to meet for a drink.
Directions: At court and 16th.
My wife and I were looking to do a weekend getaway recently and so decided to go to Denver. After searching for a good deal on the internet I cam across this 3 1/2 star beauty for less than $60. So, I jumped on it.
This Sheraton is right off of I-25 on the south side of Denver making it pretty easy for us to reach pretty much anywhere in a smal amount of time. Close to some interesting attractions including a dinner theater and several cool shopping areas.
The staff was really courteous and even the other people staying ther seemed abnormally nice (not that Sheraton has much to do with that).
The Sweet Sleeper Bed was not all we thought it might be cracked up to be, but comfortable none the less. Very nice looking rooms, lobby, and pool area. I wished I could have seen more of the mountains, but being on the south face of the hotel made that not much of a possibility (so request a north face side room in order to geta better view of mountains/ city skyline). The only thing I really didn't like was wall thickness. I'm pretty sure that the lady next door was unwrapping a piece of candy the first night and the second night the folks had a strange need to play woodwind music all night. Oh well. This was the only thing close to a complaint I can come up with.
I thought this place was fantastic for the $. I would definately stay there again, this time I might try out the relaxing, yet very nice. looking lounge area.
This hotel is located along the 16th street mall and is within walking distance to a bunch of shops and restaurants. I didn't stay here, but went to have a drink at the bar one night. The service wasn't great, which was surprising, especially since the hotel caters to conventions.
This luxury hotel is also located in the heart of Downtown Denver. Walk 1/2 block to the 16th street mall and catch a free shuttle bus that can take you from the civic center to Union Station.
Unique Quality: This hotel has 1225 rooms, 92 of wich are suites. It also has 133,000sf set aside for meeting space.
Directions: Near 16th and Court
A very efficient operation suited for businessmen or for a convention.
Unique Quality: the rooms are very large and very accomodating with a large table to work . TV for those who like to turn it on. two restaurants and a bar in the premises.
About 100 dollars a night. Lots of shops and eating places and cafes near by, eventhough they all close very early.
I will be in Denver next week for a convention and will be staying at the Adams Mark hotel. What restaraunts do you recommend around this area and any local sights nearby to see?
You're right in the mix of everything, which is great. 16th Street is kind of the place to be Downtown. It's a pedestrian mall lined with cafes, restaurants, shops and bars. There's a free shuttle bus that goes from end to end.
Downtown Denver is also great for breweries. The brewery area is a little north of Coors Field (baseball stadium) mostly along Blake. Flying Dog has a great tour.
You can, of course, visit the Capitol, which you'll be basically across the street from. Capitol Hill (south of Colfax) is really nice to walk around. The governor's mansion is down there.
Denver also has an excellent light rail system. On it, you can just go to different neighborhoods since there's a not too many tourist spots on it (mainly for commuters). If you don't mind walking, you can take it to Alameda, walk east and you're in the Washington Park neighborhood. Good restaurants down there as well. Or, it also goes right to the Denver University campus. Gorgeous and kind of a neat area.
You can also take a bus to City Park to the zoo. Or, a different bus to get to the botanical gardens and Cherry Creek Shopping Center. It just depends on how far you're willing to go out.
I also think that Denver is great for hiking, but you have to have a car for most of it.
You can also take a bus out to Boulder, but that would take a while.
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Address: 1550 Court Place, Denver, Colorado, 80202, United States