Free breakfast and Wi-Fi at a price that's nice for the downtown location are what our guests like about the non-smoking Holiday Inn Express Denver Downtown. The 20-story, 231-room hotel is pet-friendly. Rooms are tricked out with free Wi-Fi and Nintendo to keep your thumbs in fighting form. The on-site restaurant and lounge offers 24-hour room service for whenever hunger strikes, and there's a fitness room to offset those midnight snacks. There is a free continental breakfast, expanded to include waffles, and even a flower shop on-site. In case you've got some catching up to do, make use of the business center and get it over with. There is valet parking for an additional fee. The Holiday Inn Express is in the heart of downtown, adjacent to the famous Brown Palace and Spa. There are three restaurants right in the complex and dozens more within walking distance around Sixteenth Street Mall, two blocks away, and toward Larimer Square, where the Victorian architecture is a big draw as is the busy nightlife. The Colorado Convention Center is an easy half-mile walk, and Denver International Airport is 26 miles away. Drivers should bear in mind that Denver's parking is expensive and try the excellent public transportation network instead. The Holiday Inn Express Denver Downtown is a good value in a great location with a free breakfast to boot.
Located in the heart of downtown Denver. 16th Street Pedestrian Mall one half block.
Dogs up to 75 pounds are allowed. Dogs are allowed for a pet fee of $50.00 per pet per night.
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