JW Marriott Denver Cherry Creek
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
- Free WiFi
- Handicap Accessible
- Kids Club
- Parking On Site
- Room Service
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
I would like to start off by thanking Austin who is the most professional person I have ever spoken to in my business travels. The JW in Cherry Creek is the finest hotel i the Denver area. From the time you check in the valets are so courteous an remember you every time you come down for your car. The housekeeping staff is so polite as always greats you and ask if there is anything they can do for you. Nespresso Machines in all rooms and a 60" Qled Samsung TV. Well I won't keep going but when you walk in your room just push a button and your curtains raise with a touch of a button. Austin again thank you so much.
With Every Good Wish,
Kevin & Leslie
We chose this hotel over the two hot newcomers to the Cherry Creek hotel scene because we really liked the look of the recently renovated rooms. We were not disappointed.
We stayed in a Mountain View King room which really did have a nice sweeping view of the Rockies off in the distance. The room was spacious with a nice chaise lounge, desk and chair, ample drawer space, and all in soft cream coloring. The overall effect was glamorous. The bathroom was modern and slick with two sinks, separate shower and tub, and good lighting. Given the main reason for staying at this hotel was the room, we were very happy we were not disappointed.
The rest of the hotel is nice, but not all areas look as fine as the rooms. The basement gym has also been renovated and it is a bright modern space where you can get a pretty good workout with a decent amount of equipment available to you. The lobby and elevators have a more traditional older look and there can be a wait for elevators as it seems they should have built the hotel with an extra one. The hotel restaurant, Social Fare, is nice but it was pretty empty on a Saturday night while the restaurants at competing hotels were hopping. We did have breakfast there one morning and it was a good experience.
The hotel is located in the middle of the vibrant Cherry Creek neighborhood which is a fun and walkable area to stay with plenty of upscale shopping and restaurant choices to entice you. We would happily stay here again but given the tough competition in the area, the hotel should continue renovations and jazz up the restaurant. Parking is $49 per night but there is no “resort fee” which was appreciated, especially since there is no pool or spa.
My husband is a Bonvoy Titanium Elite. His Marriott profile shows room request as high floor away from elevator. At check in, we were given a room exactly in front of the elevator. We went back to the front desk again and Calvin offered another room option, when we went to check it out, again right by the elevator. Seems like the front desk staff doesn't know the layout of this property. After much back and forth, we decided just to stay with the original room as assigned because there were no better options. Hotel has other issues: we checked in on the app but it did not appear on their end that we had and therefore our keys weren't ready. Calvin offered 10K points to be posted to the account for our troubles but one week later, still nothing. In addition, we still do not have a receipt for the charges. I called the front desk four days after check out to follow up regarding the 10K points and requested the receipt be emailed and still NOTHING. The receipt is also not on the online profile. If this hotel does not know how to take are of their top tier elites - I hate to see how they treat non-elites.