4.5
Very Good 1013 Reviews
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What We Love

  • Near some of Denver’s best boutique shopping
  • The wine list at on-site Second Home Kitchen + Bar
  • An on-site spa with a signature pedi room

What To Know

  • Cherry Creek is three miles outside of Downtown Denver
  • Free wireless Internet access is available
  • The hotel is pet friendly

Amenities

  •  Bar
  •  Free WiFi
  •  Gym
  •  Handicap-accessible
  •  Kids Club
  •  Parking On Site
  •  Pet-friendly
  •  Restaurant
  •  Room Service
  •  Spa
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Overview

Mile High City style in Denver’s chic shopping hub

The Lowdown

This chic sleep in Denver’s Cherry Creek North neighborhood reflects the style of the boutiques and galleries surrounding it. Inside, the lobby is decorated with hardwood floors, blue velvet armchairs and brown leather furniture and warmed by a working fireplace. The 196 guestrooms are decorated in classic Rocky Mountain style, with local artwork and marble bathrooms. The on-site restaurant, Second Home Kitchen + Bar, serves modern American fare and creative cocktails and an exhaustive wine list.

In the Area

Long before Denver became a hot spot for the microbrew movement, Colorado’s current governor, John Hickenlooper, was part of the scene. He opened the city’s original brewpub, the locally beloved Wynkoop Brewing Company, in 1988, and the bar and restaurant has been going strong ever since. Take a bite – or a sip – out of Denver’s culinary and drink scene with a Local Table Tour. The walking tours, run by the energetic Megan, include Market to Table and Cocktail trips; check the calendar for what’s on offer when you’re in town. The Denver Art Museum’s building is itself a work of art, with an extension designed by Daniel Libeskind.

How to Get There

JW Marriott Denver Cherry Creek
150 Clayton Lane
Denver, CO 80206 United States

Reviews

4.5 Very Good 1013 Reviews
top of the stack hotel great rooms great food and fantastic service
Reviewed 6 days ago

The rooms are above average size, super comfortable beds, food is 5 stars. this is the place to stay ! convenient, fully stocked, 5 star comfort. The staff here is very attentive, always friendly and accomodating.

Ok-ish
Reviewed 6 days ago

A little disappointing to find the room not available on arrival for my colleague but we only waited about twenty minutes. Reception staff were really lovely and helpful however (apart from one individual, who was strangely disconnected from the whole customer service element..!). The reception area is cosy and nicely furnished with a sort of “fake real fire” in the background, but it looked nice.
The room was spacious, with a lovely bathroom and all the usual facilities. However, I was disappointed by the bed, which was ok but fairly firm. The famous “Marriott bed” — so unbelievably delicious in comfort, you just don’t ever want to get up, was not in evidence here and I was so disappointed.
Breakfast was lovely - a la carte, so everything cooked fresh and nicely served by a charming waitress.
The hotel is well placed, in a nice part of the city with a superb mall less than five minutes’ away.
I’ll attach a pic taken from my room of the immediate view with the mountains in the background!

Hotel has seen better days
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

I've stayed at this hotel at least 1-2 times a year for several years, and the last two stays left me wondering is this really a JW Marriott. The guest rooms are dated and the furnishings are worn and beaten up. Housekeeping seems to do a fair job at keeping the rooms clean, but the appearance is not at the JW Marriott standards.

During my recent stay of 4 nights, all of the televisions in the hotel were out to an issue between the property and the service provider. The lasted for 3 nights, with the exception of the televisions in the executive lounge, lobby and restaurant. Additionally, the property had not received its shipment of bottled water from their supplier and were out for two days.

The staff continued to be friendly and the front desk manager offered ways to accommodate for the inconvenience. I hope Marriott or the local owner puts money into a much needed renovation soon!

No working TV’s in rooms!
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

The hotel location is good, right opposite a good mall and shops and restaurants all around the hotel. The rooms are of a good standard but not up to the standard of other JW Marriotts as the higher end of the hotels within its group. My tv in my room and all rooms of the hotel did not work. Every time I called reception I was fobbed off with different excuses such as “a technician is looking into it” “we have called out for an technician to sort it out two days ago and we are still waiting” “we are upgrading our system”! There was no tv for three days and not once did any of the reception staff apologise for this fiasco until I complained on the last day and advised them their customer service was a disgrace, then I got an apology, it was as if I had to beg for this! The staff here just do not care about their guests didn’t offer any alternative such as giving an complimentary upgrade to the faster internet service to watch programs on your own devices or any other form of compensation.

Nice part of town
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Great part of town to stay. Lots of shops, restaurants, etc. The room was nicely appointed, and comfortable. Only complaint was the TV remote and interface were clunky. I couldn’t figure out how to turn the TV sleep mode in or get the guide to work. The bath and shower were great!