Finding an ideal motel in Aurora does not have to be difficult. Welcome to La Quinta Inn Denver Aurora, a nice option for travellers like you.
Given the close proximity to Centre Hills Golf Course (1.9 mi), guests of La Quinta Inn Denver Aurora can easily experience one of Aurora's most popular landmarks.
Rooms at La Quinta Inn Denver Aurora provide a flat screen TV, and getting online is easy, with free wifi available.
In addition, La Quinta Inn Denver Aurora offers a pool and free breakfast, which will help make your Aurora trip additionally gratifying. And, as an added convenience, there is free parking available to guests.
When you’re feeling hungry, be sure to check out Texas Roadhouse, Outback Steakhouse, and Salvage Restaurant, which are some steakhouses that are popular with locals and out-of-towners alike.
Should time allow, Aurora History Museum is a popular attraction that is within walking distance.
La Quinta Inn Denver Aurora looks forward to welcoming you on your visit to Aurora.
I booked this reservation with La Quinta by Wyndham through Priceline and assumed I was booking a nice, safe hotel room. I arrived to find that its no longer LA Quinta, its Quality Inn. It is horrible! This is obviously a gathering spot for prostitutes, sketchy people and drug activity. The carpet is filthy. I'm afraid to take my shoes off. No blanket or bedspread, only a thin sheet to he TV doesn't work. People keep walking past my door yelling and spewing profanity. I am a 57 yr old disabled woman and am scared to stay here but it was too late to cancel and get my money back. I'll never use Priceline again and I'm serious when I say do not stay here. It isn't safe.
This was the worst hotel by far I've ever stayed at. Stayed her with my daughter's high school team and it made them appreciate what they have! Lots of shady people staying there. The rooms themselves were very dirty, outdated, and some of the beds were even on the floor!!! We went out and bought sheets, blankets, pillows, shower mats and cleaning supplies to redo everything. The entire property should be condemned. NEVER AGAIN!!!
First of all, no one was in the lobby to check me in. I waited about 15 minutes and even called their phone number and listened to it ring and ring. No answer. A woman finally walked down the stairs with a surly attitude, never looked at me and gave me the key. She was very rude. When I got to the room and opened the door, a RODENT ran out the door. I was startled and shocked to say the least. I looked in the room and one of the beds was messed up and looked like the former tenant (the rodent) had been jumping on the bed. I left and went back to the lobby. Again no one there. I called Reservations.com, who had made the reservation for me, and told them what happened. They put me on hold and tried to call the Quality Inn and of course, got no answer. I filed a complaint with reservations.com. If you are smart, STAY AWAY from this establishment. I have travelled and stayed in many hotels and never encountered something as disgusting as this. I would have given this hotel, NO stars, but it doesn't allow that.…
The female that checked me in had an unprofessional low cut top with yoga underwear, low cleavage tattoos, facial piercings, didn’t check id/cc, didn’t tell me what time breakfast was. First room 146 had a cockroach on floor next to bed and empty liquor bottle between mattress and box spring. I asked same employee to change room to a different building and she gave me a key for 159 which is the same building. This room has a loud drive thru next to it.
I have been coming to La Quintas for years because of their dog friendly environment. However, I received the worst customer service ever when I tried to check-in at 1500 S. Abilene St. Auoroa, CO. I walked in with my dog on a tight leash, less that 2 ft. She was not whining, barking, or pulling. But, the Front Desk Receptionist lady felt like that warranted leaving her post into the Private employee room and closing the door on me. I was so confused, even someone behind me, asked, "Isn't she supposed to check you in?". The front desk lady slowly opened the door, and asked if me and my dog could leave. I told her no, I need to check-in. She continued to argue with me asking my dog to leave. I told her it is a pet-friendly hotel and we need to check in. I can't leave my dog in the car, it is too hot. (Plus, why should that matter if the place is supposed to be dog-friendly?). She said she is afraid of dogs and to keep my dog away from her. The dog never came close to her. There was 10 feet separating us. She then walked behind the counter to do her job and check me in. She asked again to keep my dog at the farthest desk away from her while she worked on the computer at the other desk. Of course, I had to move to the desk nearest her to give her my credit card and vehicle information. I told her maybe she shouldn't work here if she is afraid of dogs, because now I feel unwelcomed. She checked-me in, but I felt so terrible. I didn't raise my voice once or have my dog act in any dangerous way. I understand people are afraid of dogs, but customer service comes first... and my friendly dog and I should be greeted with the same friendliness we give! I reported this to their manager, Rodger Hovis. He did not seem to care. He said, "I don't know what you want me to do." He said, he knew she was afraid of dogs and he will ask to hear her side of the story. He asked me if my dog came towards her, I said no. I brought my dog with me to speak with the manager to show how well-behaved she was. He said, "well if she was acting this way then, then she seems fine." I felt like the issue was put on me and there will be no further action from management. Anyway... don't ever come here if you're looking for a friendly welcoming. Of course, that doesn't speak for all of their staff! When I walked up to ask for the manager and a different front desk lady was there. She asked to pet my dog and said that's why she loves working there... La quinta, hire more people like her! People who are afraid of dogs and close their door on people should work at the many other hotels that don't allow dogs.…