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Residence Inn Denver Southwest/Littleton

3090 W County Line Rd, Littleton, CO 80129-1906
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  • Regularly sanitised high-traffic areas
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#3 of 13 hotels in Littleton
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Set a pace that suits you at Residence Inn by Marriott® Denver Southwest/Littleton. Whether you're with us for a few days, a few weeks, or a few months, your daily routine matters. You'll thrive at Residence Inn with the conveniences you need. Like spacious studio, one-bedroom suites with separate living and sleeping areas and fully equipped kitchens. Complimentary breakfast buffet.
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Property amenities
Free parking
Free High Speed Internet (WiFi)
Fitness Centre with Gym / Workout Room
Free breakfast
Bicycle rental
Golf course
Kids stay free
Indoor pool
Heated pool
Breakfast buffet
Children Activities (Kid / Family Friendly)
Pets Allowed ( Dog / Pet Friendly )
Business Centre with Internet Access
Meeting rooms
Non-smoking hotel
24-hour front desk
Express check-in / check-out
Dry cleaning
Laundry service
Self-serve laundry
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Air conditioning
Flatscreen TV
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Non-smoking rooms
Family rooms
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658darae wrote a review Yesterday
New York City, New York38 contributions32 helpful votes
It was really nice to have a separate bedroom. The bathroom is large. Everything was clean. Check in and out was super easy and fast. There are lots of similar options in the area but I'd definitely stay again. It's also quite accessible to the highway.
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Date of stay: July 2021
Exminniegal wrote a review May 2021
Redondo Beach, California4 contributions1 helpful vote
We checked into this Marriott Residence Inn expecting to stay for 3 nights (Thursday, Friday & Saturday) as we were in town for a family wedding. Rather than being a positive experience our “nightmare” began shortly after checking in. Firstly we found upon entering our room that the mirror light in the bathroom did not work, the handle on the dresser fell off when I walked past it, the shower handle came off when I tried to turn the shower on, the two thin dingy towels and one wash cloth appeared to not have been changed from the prior guest. I immediately called the front desk and informed the young woman who had checked us in the our room needed a few maintenance issues addressed and we definitely needed new towels. She very politely informed me that she would report the maintenance issues and submit our towel request to housekeeping. When I asked about the timing on the maintenance issues; she said it could take a day or two as they were very short staffed and maintenance was very busy. I explained to her that this was completely unacceptable as we were only staying “a day or two” and when one rents a hotel room it is not unreasonable to expect to have a fully functioning bathroom. I did inquire as to how our these issues were not repaired before we checked in and was told “not all guests tell us about room maintenance needs.” I was flabbergasted by her response and questioned why housekeeping would not have reported theses problems when they “supposedly” cleaned the room after the prior guests? No explanation. A “gentleman” did bring fresh towels to our room and things quickly went from bad to worse to the point that my husband and I feared for our personal safety. Upon opening our door, I noticed that the man was wearing a nice dress shirt and tie but no face mask. I asked if he was the hotel manager. He acted like I had insulted him and told me he is “The hotels director of sales and the owners right hand man. That he prepares all the financial reports...Yada, Yada”. At this point I asked him if he could do anything about getting our maintenance request handled that afternoon. Obviously this guy, I think his name is Gordon, has a very high opinion of himself and considered my request unreasonable due to his obvious very self important position. He told us that because of the labor shortage that for the past few weeks his role had required him to wash and fold towels. I flippantly said it’s great how versatile his skills are and that it’s great that he is a guy that does whatever needs to be done. Gordon seemed to think I was laughing at him which was not the case... I was merely agreeing with him. Everywhere there are are labor shortages but it is not the hotel guests issue to solve. Then things got very, very weird. Gordon noticed that the tv in our room was turned to CNN and he totally flipped out. The rage on his face and his body language was frightening. He angrily demanded that we turn off the television and started ranting about the labor shortage in the area and how the hotel basically can only hire incompetent people ( he certainly was proving his point) by his actions. At this point I told Gordon bring us a light bulb and a screw driver and we could do our own maintenance. We just wanted him OUT of our room! As he was stomping out he started yelling at us “that how you voted has consequences!!” He slammed our door as he finally left. Apparently Gordon is clairvoyant and knows how everyone has voted in every election...very strange man! Political affiliation or voting certainly had Not been part of our conversation! We immediately called a relative that was wisely staying elsewhere in the area and had them come and rescue us. We weren’t certain if the guy (Gordon) claiming to be the hotels Sales Director was going to come back with a weapon or was he just making idle threats about “his consequences.” Given the rage we witnessed....we were not hanging around to find out! In any case the guy, Gordon, is certainly stressed and perhaps he should find a new line of work or take a long leave of absence. Since when does one need to censor the choice of tv stations they watch in the privacy of a hotel room. Seeing CNN on our television was definitely a “trigger” for Gordon. Ironically... we hadn’t even been watching tv, my husband had merely turned it on to make sure it actually worked considering all the other maintenance issues we had found. We checked out of the MRI as soon as we could book another hotel in the area. We basically kept chairs in front of our hotel room door and neither of us slept most of the night. The next morning, as we checked out we spoke to the woman manager about our experience. Now one normally would expect an apology or a refund. We received neither. However her ridiculous response was “ well you were using Marriott points” so in other words...one should assume that being a loyal Marriott Gold member means nothing and you should not expect a functioning room or clean towels. To her “credit” she tried to defend her coworker, the Director of Sales, saying “he is usually a nice guy”....really?? My husband and I only saw a very stressed out and angry, rage filled man that thought he could intimidate and threaten 2 senior citizens in their 70s because he assumed to know our political preferences. These are not the actions of a “nice guy.” We were truly concerned for our personal safety and extremely relieved to relocate to the Hampton Inn across the street where we enjoyed an incredibly clean, functioning room, a hot breakfast and an efficient and friendly staff. Other items to note at this Marriott Residence Inn (MRI). The “free” breakfast consists of boxes of cold cereals, an unsanitary single open milk container and a stack of over ripe bananas that even fruit flies wouldn’t eat. My niece was also staying at the MRI, and found old french fries under their bed (had their room comped because for it!). There are at least two far superior non-Marriott hotels in the immediate vicinity....go there instead. The Courtyards by Marriott share the same ownership and management as this MRI. Note: This location is a food desert ...only one restaurant within walking distance and it’s Cajun food. The hotels are located 27 miles from Denver’s airport. An Uber ride from the airport will costs $65 plus. Hotel shuttles not operating due to Covid and car services (Uber, Lift) $$$ and long wait for pickups. No public transportation nearby. I did report our experience to Marriott’s corporate customer service. This MRI certainly is not representative of the Marriott standards we have experienced around the world. The licensee owners of this MRI need to up their standards of maintenance, housekeeping and hotel management training.
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Date of stay: May 2021Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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AKWildflowers2 wrote a review May 2021
5 contributions1 helpful vote
This hotel is newer, but I still noticed some signs of wear in the room- nothing major. I was not pleased with the level of “clean” - my floor had a stain on carpet , the first 2 dishes I grabbed out of the cabinet where very dirty. The outlet had splattered food on it. Instead of leaving me a new roll of paper-towel- they left what was left of a old roll- same with the TP. The “grab and go” breakfast is a joke. There was next to nothing there. For example- one blueberry muffin was sitting there. “1”. There where a few dry cereals to grab- but only “1” milk. It was the worst grab and go I have seen. I had to ask for linens for the pullout. I had to ask for extra towels (only two in the room). Housekeeping never came by. I grabbed a few needed items off the cart. My window is looking at a wall two feet away. So hardly any light coming into the room. Whoever designed the shower did terrible. It’s open and flat- so water splashes out on the floor. Not to mention it’s cold.
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Date of stay: April 2021Trip type: Travelled with family
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jajacob wrote a review May 2020
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania32 contributions96 helpful votes
This hotel is new and therefore I booked for 4 nights. I requested for a room on the quiet side. When I checked in, the lady said the room assigned to me was not ready and gave me a room with excessive road noise. The room windows opened to the 470 highway. This hotel has 470 and 85 on its 2 sides and other smaller side roads on the other side. Waited to get out of this hotel. Will not return.
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Date of stay: May 2020
LuckySpivey wrote a review May 2020
Atlanta, Georgia1027 contributions325 helpful votes
This is a newer Residence Inn. The layout is good. Comes with kitchen/living room combo. The sleeper sofa has a longer section attached, so it’s more comfortable to recline. The bed is surprisingly comfortable. The bathroom and dressing area are more spacious than older Residence Inn properties. We will stay here again.
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Date of stay: May 2020Trip type: Travelled with family
US$96 - US$175 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Frequently Asked Questions about Residence Inn Denver Southwest/Littleton
Which popular attractions are close to Residence Inn Denver Southwest/Littleton?
Nearby attractions include Littleton Museum (4.9 km), Escape the Room (7.7 km), and Chatfield State Park (4.3 km).
What are some of the property amenities at Residence Inn Denver Southwest/Littleton?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include an indoor pool, free wifi, and free breakfast.
Which room amenities are available at Residence Inn Denver Southwest/Littleton?
Top room amenities include a kitchenette, air conditioning, and a flat screen TV.
What food & drink options are available at Residence Inn Denver Southwest/Littleton?
Guests can enjoy free breakfast during their stay.
Is parking available at Residence Inn Denver Southwest/Littleton?
Yes, free parking is available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to Residence Inn Denver Southwest/Littleton?
Conveniently located restaurants include The Lost Cajun - Littleton, Cafe Terracotta, and Zaika Indian Cuisine-Littleton.
Are there opportunities to exercise at Residence Inn Denver Southwest/Littleton?
Yes, guests have access to an indoor pool and a fitness centre during their stay.
Are any cleaning services offered at Residence Inn Denver Southwest/Littleton?
Yes, dry cleaning and laundry service are offered to guests.
Are pets allowed at Residence Inn Denver Southwest/Littleton?
Yes, pets are typically allowed, but it's always best to call ahead to confirm.
Does Residence Inn Denver Southwest/Littleton offer any business services?
Yes, guests have access to a business centre and meeting rooms during their stay.
Are there any historical sites close to Residence Inn Denver Southwest/Littleton?
Many travellers enjoy visiting Highlands Ranch Mansion (5.8 km) and Hildebrand Ranch (5.7 km).