Sheraton Denver Downtown Hotel

  • 1550 Court Place
  • Denver,
  • Colorado
  • 80202
  • United States
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Rated 3.5 out of 5 by 976 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Consultant This hotel has a great location and a great staff. September 16, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by This hotel has exceptional vstaff All staff members were very courteous and helpful March 25, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Great Stay People were so friendly and helpful. Great stay! November 12, 2012
Rated 4 out of 5 by Staff Staff knew little about shuttles to the airport December 18, 2012
Rated 3 out of 5 by Room Cleanliness Rooms are not thoroughly clean. October 31, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Sheraton Downtown Denver, CO Great stay - thank you! I would come back. October 3, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by September Stay The food and facilities were great. September 26, 2013
Rated 4 out of 5 by Good location Good location, close to the 16th St Mall April 4, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Great hotel Location and big comfortable bedrooms February 17, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by denver stay great experiance for a short weekend July 16, 2013
Rated 3 out of 5 by I gave my SPG number and never got points I never got my points :-( October 23, 2013
Rated 4 out of 5 by Asst City Manager Good hotel in a great location! May 20, 2013
Rated 3 out of 5 by Big Mix ups! Given wrong room # and more June 10, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by learning forward stay comfortable, classy, clean July 25, 2012
Rated 2 out of 5 by Tired Staff great- rooms TIRED! February 10, 2012
Rated 4 out of 5 by Great Location Lots to do Great Food and atmosphere August 29, 2012
Rated 4 out of 5 by Great Location For Downtown You can't beat the location. However, the Tower rooms are small, especially the bathrooms. I know the tower was designed by IM Pei--however, it doesn't make the rooms any more liveable. If you have mobility issues, book a Plaza room. It was difficult getting our room cleaned since we were booked on two different rates. After three calls, housekeeping cleaned it. It seems no hotel cleans the back of the bathroom door that faces into the bathroom. I guess they never see it. Someone had splashed coffee on the wall in our room. Housekeeping should have seen that. We also had to visit the front desk to have our keys re-keyed because we were on different rates. The bed was wonderful. I specifically asked for a room that did not have a connecting door--guess what I got--yep a room with a connecting door. So, small closet and no full-length mirror. Pleased that there was a safe in the closet, though. I assume the mirror would go where the door was. Since I was in the Tower, it was too much trouble to go down and get another room. I think if I was staying there for any length of time, the small dresser would have been an aggravation. However, I was only there for the weekend. I'll stay there again. Great location. The rate I paid was competitive. The waitstaff in the restaurant was friendly and helpful. December 15, 2012
Rated 2 out of 5 by Convention My organization held our bi-annual convention at this hotel. From the moment we stepped into the hotel as guests, I noticed the lack of staff and respect from all employees. This hotel was severely understaffed for having not only a convention with over 800 people involved, but also several other large groups. I spoke with three gentlemen and a woman while checking in and out. The two that I spoke with checking in were very nice, but completely overwhelmed. The woman was completely rude. The gentleman I spoke to while checking out and he was very rude to me and other guests in line. And he was supposed to be the front desk supervisor. The housekeeping was slow and understaffed. Nor did they speak any English so when I asked if she could come back in 15 minutes when I was leaving, she had no idea what I was saying, so I had to vacate my room that I paid a lot of money for. Our biggest complaint was that they were not prepared for a group of our capacity. We had booked the rooms far enough in advance that there should not have been the wait we had. We had booked 2 rooms, neither were ready when we were there to check in at 3pm and one wasn't ready until 6:30 - our meetings started at 5:30. There were women in our group who didn't have rooms until after dinner had started at 8:00pm. Completely unacceptable. July 5, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by Great staff, nice hotel The front desk clerk, Jana (I think), knew my needs before I expressed them. when calling for additional pillows, the door rang almost immediately upon hanging up. The concierge lounge was well stocked with sodas and waters at all times, great apps during regular hours. However, even well drinks are at a cost. In Hhonors lounges, alcohol is often comp, but food is bad - so this is a good trade off. The tower rooms are smaller than newer hotels. However, this is a historic wing - the construction is cement - the rooms are practically sound proof. We did have A/C problems when checking in, but maintanance fixed it immediately.. With hundreds of rooms, hotels will always have problems (nomatter the brand), it's how they deal with them that makes the difference. This hotel obviously has great management from the top down, which reflects in the employees attitudes, the room's spotlessness, and the charm of the hotel. I work for a 5 STAR 5 Diamond international hotel chain, so I'm very picky and am plagued with the hotel inspector evaluation eye (there's a knick on that corner? the edge of the carpet is up? one ring in the shower isn't hooked? call the manager!), but this hotel is well kept and the staff is immaculately professionnal (down to the gift shop employee who doesn't even work for the company). Great Job! June 22, 2012
Rated 2 out of 5 by GREEN PROGRAM FAILURE Greetings I would like to express my nonconformity with the Green program that was offered to me. I was expecting not to have the room clean and not replacement of the towels which saves water, soap, electricity, etc... make it green somehow, but, having the bed done as well as replenishing the amenities. So, the deal is that you dont have any service but you still charging full price but a $5 coupon that has to be consumed at the hotel.... I dont see the green in this but more money for the hotel that is not transfer to the customer nor the environment, so I dont see the GREEN in this. I am an starwood member and I will not take the green option again, it does not make sense at all.... the hotel is just making more money and not transferring this to be green. In addition, the toilet was dirty and the sink was nasty and dirty, probably because the previous guest had the green option and the bathroom was not cleaning. Something I would like to highlight is the fact that Sheraton is a high quality hotel that must be really careful with the details, this is what makes a difference between a Sheraton and a Ramada or any other.... but that did not happen this time. I had to rush to the airport and did not have the time to talk with the manager but I would like to mention it to you. Thanks for your consideration April 20, 2012
Rated 2 out of 5 by Missing the standard While the Sheraton is clean and pretty it misses the mark on what we consider to be standard amenities. Our room was in the tower across the street on the 8th floor. The room was clean and fresh as expected. However the ceiling above the shower had peeling bubbled paint and an obvious unfinished repair. The paint on the back of the door looked as though a child had painted it. The next thing we discovered was the little fridge was in fact a picnic basket shelf. The short dresser inside the closet prevented the door from being opened to use the other side or from the door closing entirely. The biggest disappointment over the lack of fridge was the additional fee for Wi-Fi. Almost every other hotel these days provides a fridge, Wi-Fi and continental breakfast. For the ridiculous over charged price of the Sheraton I expected to not see so many cheap skate short cuts. The pool area is nice but the broken mounts on the speakers would be an easy improvement and again not be so cheap hanging off wires stuck sideways on the concrete wall. Additionally 2 additional fees were held on my debit card without my consent or knowledge. The customary 50 dollars for incidentals, which how could there be any with NO FRIDGE ? and an amount almost equal to the price of the room, for which no explanation was given. There was also no discount or validation for the parking. We paid the full street price. October 26, 2013
Rated 1 out of 5 by Never going Sheraton again I made my reservations over 3 months in advance, and when my party of 8 arrived at the hotel, our 2 rooms were not ready, as were about 30 other rooms for other guests. Also, when our room was ready (about 5 hours after check in time), I went to get our room keys and was told that the 1 of the 2 rooms I reserved (each with 2 queen beds) was unavailable. So we had to have 4 people squeeze in a tiny room with 1 king bed and a roll away for 4 nights. Basically, my reservations meant nothing. I even called once a month prior to my stay to confirm my reservations!! I was also charged multiple authorization holds and a crazy amount for my stay that did not match the numbers on my receipt. After inquiring, I was told that those charges would go away after my bank released them. However, I would have liked to know what I was being charged in the first place so I wouldn't have overdrafted my bank account unknowingly. We also had a terrible view of the roof of the courtyard in the hotel. Also, the TV service is not free... I have stayed at more expensive and less expensive hotels than this one, and not once have I had to pay for TV! The quality of the tv screen was not very good anyways. I have always been satisfied with my stays at Sheratons and this stay ruined that for me. I will never stay at a Sheraton again. It's placement in Downtown Denver is ideal, but you'd be better off staying somewhere else for your trip. July 5, 2012
Rated 3 out of 5 by Good and Bad At check-in my Platinum status was recognized and I was upgraded (so-to-speak) to a tower room on club level. First with the disappointments. The room was very small. There was no viable work area in the room IMO. There was a small table on wheels that rolled out of the cabinet on which the TV was sitting. Very little room between the cabinet/bed to pull out the table and fit a chair behind it and get any work done. It did have power connections but the work space was awkward at best. The club room was spacious and well appointed but the food selections were limited, especially at breakfast. No hot offerings were available in the morning and nothing at all with protein such as scrambled eggs. The Club Lounge upgrade is generally one of the perks that I really look forward to as a Platinum member mainly due to the fact that it opens 30 minutes earlier than the restaurant. I ended up going to the restaurant to get a decent breakfast even though I lost some time and the cost. The club lounge service is definitely much better in other Sharatons I frequent. As for the good, the fitness room is spacious and has a generous amount of cardio equipment and a large weight area. Also the lobby connects to the Yard House restaurant. I always like the Yard House. The downtown location is also convenient to my company's office. In general I may stay here again but will definitely seek other options first before giving it another chance. April 1, 2013
Rated 1 out of 5 by This hotel needs improvements I booked an executive suite for my family of five from Friday, June 14th to Saturday, June 15th. I was graduating from my university and the ceremony was at the convention center on June 15th. We requested a refrigerator and extra pillows when we checked in and later extra towels because even though they knew we had five people in our party, they gave us only 2 towels. The reception was good. But that is where the good service basically stopped in reference to our room. Since this was a special occasion and one that we can rarely afford, we rented the suite. There was an empty beer can under the register in the front part of the suite. The shower handle was being held on by a piece of plastic. So you guessed it, it fell off numerous times. The water bottles that were for sale in our room had been obviously opened by the previous tenant. One bottle had been filled to the top of the bottle while the other one was empty approximately 1/3 way down. The TV in the front room did not work properly. We were splurging price wise and walked out feeling like the room was way understandards. When I checked out, I reported the issues to the front desk. But nothing was said in regards to my complaints. I used to work at the Broadmoor in housekeeping and I know how hotel rooms should be maintained and how the staff should react to problems in the room. Unless drastic changes are made in this hotel, I would not advise anyone spending the money to stay there. June 15, 2013
Rated 2 out of 5 by Would not recommend this hotel I stayed a the Sheraton recently for a conference and would no stay here again. Firstly, I work for a government agency and requested that status be applied to my reservation when I booked my hotel. It was not booked as such and when I checked out and requested my status be applied, the person at the front desk was rude to me when I asked questions about the form I was told I had to fill out. I submitted the form and was sent a "revised" bill without my govt status being applied without any explanation as to why my request was denied. I followed up asking for a reason for denial and specifically left a message for the person who reviewed my claim, and did not received a return phone call. I understand there are reasons for paying tax, but the customer service treatment of my denial was unprofessional The conference food itself was terrible - the continental breakfast was limited and not good quality. The internet service was also terrible - I had been given access to a wifi password that worked minimally and slowly. Finally, while this is minor, some of the plaster in the from what appeared to be an access point to the celing, located in my bathroom was hanging by a few threads - while it didn't bother me, it looked bad. Also, my bathtub shower switch didnt' work correctly so I wasted as much water if not more with the tub faucet & shower head running at the same time as I saved by opting out of my linens being changed. I would not recommend this hotel. May 7, 2013
Rated 3 out of 5 by Not for Business We have stayed in this hotel multiple times and so have other members of our company. Due to the nature of our business and our platinum status we are usually given larger rooms or an upgrade to a suite because we have a lot of equipment we travel with. My colleague's room smelt so bad, the bell hop told him I can't put you here. My boss felt the same about his room but was too tired to be bothered to move but he is not happy. I was put in a very small room that I think was the furtherest you could get from a lift. I asked to be moved and was put into a suite where we couldn't get the telephone to work (which is not great for business). I also had requested a king bed. When I finally got to ask about moving I asked if I could perhaps go to a club room as they are usually larger. I was told yes. As we got off the elevator to go to my third room you could smell the smoke all through the corridor and when we got to my room it sounded like there was death metal concert going on in the room next door but whilst the bell hop said he would ring security, it was obvious I was going to go into that room no matter what. When I went up to the club room to get a coffee there was group of youths who were obviously casing the joint and physically jumped when I opened the door (?) SO here I sit in my as small as the first room (if not smaller). I feel like checking out but am too tired to be bothered. I don't think we will stay here again. It feels like the hotel is not such a good choice for business travelers any more. February 17, 2013
Rated 2 out of 5 by Weak Went for a conference last week and was checked in to a room that hadn't been cleaned yet. Many of the rooms are honestly a 3-4 minute walk from the elevator! I found a stairwell close to my room to try to find a shortcut and ended up under ground with exits all marked "alarm will sound" and had to walk all the way back up, then take all three long hallways back to the elevator. Super frustrating. On my last night after a long day I walked all the way down all THREE hallway to my room and the key didn't work. I walked all the way back down to the lobby (a trek for sure) and the employee I spoke with didn't think I should be frustrated because HE wasn't the one who checked me in and just handles bags, etc. ?? My room was right next to a housekeeping office (banging carts in and out) and they used the swinging lock to keep their door unlocked so the heavy door would constantly slam against the open lock as they came and went. I had already unpacked all of my clothes for a 6 day stay and din't want to pack it all up again to move. Glad my GOLD status got me such a great room with zero view of anything but a lower roof. Finally, there were eight pillows in my room between two beds and ALL EIGHT were the exact same super soft kind that just sink your head all the way down to the mattress with zero support no matter how many you pile up. I eventually pulled towels from the bathroom to use to support my head to sleep. This property caters only to those that like super soft pillows. Overall a frustrating an restless experience. August 22, 2013
Rated 2 out of 5 by Not clean I arrived at 6pm, went to my room in the Tower block, wanted to have a shower and go down for dinner. My bathtub was full of dirty water, with the plug still in. I called downstairs and they sent a janitor up, he went into the bathroom pulled the plug, swilled some water around, came out into my room flicking water off his hands and said, "All done". I said you don't even have a cloth, he said, oh I will send someone up to sanitize it. I went out for dinner, I'm not sure if they did anything further with my tub. I was staying at this hotel for a conference and was taking two exams. At 9am I left my room for breakfast, I was hoping my room would be cleaned whilst I was gone as the cart was near my door when I left. I spent much of the day trying to find a quiet place to study as my room was still not done, at one point I sat on a chair in the womens bathroom. At 2pm I again went to check on my room, it still was not done. I went down to reception, they checked and told me, it wasn't done yet because it was "occupied dirty" when I asked what this meant, I was told, they clean the unnoccupied rooms first so they can fill them again. I said so as soon as I have paid for my room, my customer service experience ends, she shrugged her shoulders and said, I will have it done right away. My room was finally cleaned at 4pm. I was checking out of the hotel at 8.30am the next day, so my only experience with the service at this hotel was this day in question and I was sorely disappointed with it. I believe the people who have paid already deserve the customer service. I would not stay here again, nor reccomend it. September 23, 2013
Rated 1 out of 5 by DON'T STAY HERE Don't stay here! I had to stay while working for a local business. There are NO Pros other than it is across the street from my customer. The cons: I ordered my breakfast at 7:30 a.m., and asked if I could pick it up to go at 8:30 a.m. When I arrived promptly at 8:30, I had to wait 20 minutes for it to be cooked. It was then packed in a "egg carton" type container, that was damp, and before I could get across the street with my breakfast, the container broke and my breakfast was all over the street. Also, the staff member was quite unconcerned that i had to wait so long after specifically requesting if I could order and pick-up my food at a certain time (was told yes, of course). I feel like an hour's notice is PLENTY of time. NEXT, I don't even know where to start with the housekeeping service at this hotel. My first night, I turned my bed down, and the sheet had "something" all over it. It was a mess. I had to call for a manager. They came up and were horrified as well, said they were truly sorry, and sent staff up immediately to strip and re-make the bed. That was quite a disturbing experience. The next night, I arrived back from work, and I had no toiletry replinishment, no coffee or coffee cup replinishment, and no water replinishment, which I am supposed to get every day. To make things worse, the next morning when I opened the shower curtain to get in, the dirty towels from the prior morning were still in the tub! Complaining to management at this hotel does no good. I am simply going to move to a different hotel for the duration of my stays in Denver. I come to the city a lot, and will not put up with this type of hotel service. August 22, 2013
Rated 2 out of 5 by Probably not again I stayed at your hotel for 3 nights. The appearance of the hotel is very elegant and dignified. However most of that ended at the room. The beds, linen and restroom amenities were nice, clean and comfortable. The Internet was horrible and I ended up going to a nearby coffee shop just to do computer work and emails which is the main reason I stayed at the hotel. As I was trying to find an Ethernet connection in the room I found various used toothpicks, candy wrappers and hair balls. I have stayed at less than desirable hotels and have dealt with this before. But at least I could shower in the morning to clean the filth of the room off. Of the 3 morning I awoke, I only had one morning that I could actually shower with some sort of warm water. The first two mornings I was greeted by fresh ice cold water. So I had to attend my meetings stubble on my face and a less than clean feeling as I could not bring myself to the edge of hypothermia and razor burn. I must add that I have lived in North Dakota for 40 years and left on my trip when it was -22 below. So I know what coldness is. I will soon be promoted to the Denver office with my company and do not plan on ever putting my employees through such an ordeal. The staff I felt we're not given proper tools to deal with the situation and were completely over whelmed by complaints and had little comfort to the guests. I will end this with the meeting space and service we were provided, it was all top of the line. Beautiful conference room with very adequate meals provided. As a conference center, excellent, as a hotel, I have had better stays at the Knights Inn with cockroaches and no AC in Florida in mid summer. February 23, 2013
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