Had to attend a two day meeting near Loews Denver, but after reading reviews, decided the Cherry Creek location had much more to offer as far as neighborhood, and the JW did not disappoint in that regard. They recommended I take a town car from the airport to the hotel ($78 for up to 3, including tip), and that proved a wise decision. Co-workers who had booked the supershuttle faced a nightmare wait of several hours and had to pay for a taxi ($65 w/o tip).
The bellman booked the town car both trips, and it was added to the room bill, very convenient.
The hotel is in the midst of shops such as Crate and Barrel, Sur La Table, Orvis, Nordstroms, etc., so a great area for walking, with lots of restaurants. We found a great place two doors from the Marriott, called "North". Northern Italian informal fare, with indoor/outdoor seating, everything from pizza to steaks. I had dthe braised short ribs and veggie for $23, and it was excellent.
There were a couple of negatives with regards to the hotel. First, it has a bar/bistro in the center, withg an open outdoor area.Wednesday nights there is loud dance music until midnight, and my room, on the eighth floor,facing the open court below, was so noisy with the music that I changed rooms to the front street side (Clayton lane), which was quiet.
Strangely, the refrigerators in my room, and that of my colleague, were white, all scratched, made a clunky noise when you closed the door, and looked like what you would give away to the Goodwill store!
Also while the beds were fine, the chair and ottoman were upholstered in faded, worn orange fabric, and in the first room, the adjacent love seat had worn corduroy upholstery. I noted that some of the woodwork in the hotel was marked and needed refinishing.Bathrooms were excellent with separate tub and large marble lined glass showers.
I would stay there again for the location and the attentive staff,including George the manager and Ben, the bellman (booked the limo).
However, I suggest you book a room on the front street side to avoid noise from the dance area, and I thyink that the Marriott chain needs to update the furniture in the rooms, and also redo the lobby, which has a cold appearance, with a strange wall bookshelf area like you would see in some department store.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Welcome to the JW Marriott Denver Cherry Creek, the iconic luxury hotel in Denver’s top shopping & nightlife district. Our award-winning Denver hotel offers exemplary service and effortless style. Centrally located, guests can enjoy easy access to Denver’s top downtown attractions, as well as Cherry Creek North’s more than 400 chic boutiques, restaurants and galleries. The hotel’s 196 guest rooms offer over 400 square feet, many of which offer spectacular Rocky Mountain views. The rooms are complimented with spacious marble baths, complimentary wireless internet and delicious food offerings for Concierge Level guests. Second Home Kitchen + Bar serves creative American classics, with a lively bar scene and outdoor fire pits. For a little relaxation, head to Antoine du Chez, our on-site salon & spa. The hotel is located in the heart of Denver’s prestigious Cherry Creek shopping district, just steps from the Cherry Creek Shopping Center. Immerse yourself in timeless luxury at the JW Marriott Denver Cherry Creek. ... more less
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