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The rooms are spotless and spacious. I highly recommend staying at this location. I ate dinner at the restaurant and had some of the best steak I've ever eaten and trust me, I've had some good steak! The parking situation isn't ideal but I'd still stay at this location again regardless.
The hotel itself is nice, however for it being a hotel the hosts conferences the business center left a lot to be desired. The WiFi was very unreliable, and the food for room service was not worth the cost. The room was nice. But I definitely expected more from a hotel hosting a conference.
Most folks staying here probably don’t have much of a choice as this is the only hotel on the medical campus. What to expect-
1. Convenient location, new hotel
2. Terrible housekeeping- arrived to room with someone else’s dirty dining tray in front of the door. When I asked to switch rooms I had the most unpleasant response from the weekend “manager” that was bordering hostile. I actually chose to stop complaining just to be safe since these people knew where I was staying. Hair all over the bathroom floor, missing towers, poorly designed and uncomfortable shower. It was quiet shocking given relatively good reviews on TA.
3. Poor management- I was offered via email multiple options to upgrade yet when I asked to at check-I was told “all rooms are the same.”
4. Good room service- the only pleasant thing during my stay was the room service and the pleasant staff delivering the food. They much more hospitable then the front desk staff. The valet staff was nice also.
5. Loud doors- the doors shut very loudly echoing along the hallways which was very disruptive for sleep.
6. Sadly this poorly run hotel gives visitors to the medical campus a suboptimal first impression.
We decided to go to Denver at the last minute over a recent weekend and found the downtown hotel we usually stay at sold out. So, we decided to try a hotel in Aurora.
It was not a good experience.
Here's a positive: Nice lobby, decent restaurant.
Now the rest of the story: The Rooms. We were shocked at the poor housekeeping that greeted us with, first off, a long, black hair dangling over the sink in the bathroom. A sink that, by the way, had such low water pressure you could not ever get more than a weak stream of water out of it.
The bathroom condition continued to shock: By the toilet, a towel set I noticed had what appeared to be black fuzz of some sort stuck all over the bottom fold of the large towel. On close inspection— it was a batch of whiskers stuck to the towel! Obviously the last guest had shaved, wiped his face on the towel without taking the towel off the rack, and the housekeeping staff had left it on there because it was still folded on there. I can't even express how revolting that was to see as you check into a room.
Next, the dimly lit bathroom has a makeup mirror! Oh good! Well, not so much. The mirror was sadly flopping around downward, loose, unadjustable, impossible to use. The backsplash mirror is set so far back you CAN'T use it for putting on makeup, and the room itself had no typical full length mirror on the wall or closet doors that most box hotels like this have — and which I use in lieu of the the ubiquitous badly designed bathroom mirrors. Additionally, the makeup mirror was attached to the wall on at WAIST LEVEL!!! I'm 5'5", and average height for a woman, and this mirror is something I'd have to squat to use IF it was not flopping around downward.
Now look down. The tile floors. There's a shocker for you. I thought this was a new hotel? That's what I read online. Obviously not. Maybe new to Hyatt? It was clearly some other hotel before, and Hyatt has not invested in updating or fixing it. The tile floors are horribly, disgustingly, stained throughout the hall and bathroom with gray, horrid, icky, dirty stains. It appears they tiles were sealed that way, as it's not dirt that wipes up. Disgusting. I have NEVER seen floors like this in any hotel in our travels.
Conclusion: We would not even remotely consider staying at this hotel again. There are many other options. Lodger beware.
I typically stay in the 40th st enclave when travelling to Aurora on business, but this time chose this hotel. Located across from a massive multiple hospital complex. Although there was a conference going on during my stay, the atmosphere was calm and serene. Food was good and people nice. Hotel is lovely and well apportioned. Only inconvenience is the charge for parking that I have never had near Denver/aurora.
Conveniently located in the heart of metropolitan Denver, Hyatt Regency Aurora-Denver Conference Center features 249 guestrooms and suites, as well as more than 30,000 square feet of flexible conference center …Moreand event venue space. We also feature amazing hotel amenities such as an oversized fitness center with state-of-the-art equipment, outdoor swimming pool, and full-service restaurant with lounge and outdoor patio. As an approved conference center with the International Association of Conference Centers, we provide next-level experiences for meetings and social gatherings. This accreditation proves that we adhere to the highest standards for service, so you can rest assured your meeting will surely impress. Less
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This is a nice, modern, well maintained hotel. The front overlooks a grassy area and a modern, well kept, hospital and the back overlooks a neighborhood. None of the views are great but their not bad either. You can go do... More
This is a nice, modern, well maintained hotel. The front overlooks a grassy area and a modern, well kept, hospital and the back overlooks a neighborhood. None of the views are great but their not bad either. You can go do Google search to see many photos of , and taken from the hotel, ncluding views out back. You'll have to scroll abit. .