Aloft Denver International Airport
The Aloft brand is known for its hip aesthetic, which sounds polar opposite to most airport hotels. For many travelers, that's a good thing. Colorful, sleek and in tune with contemporary style and... Read More
The Aloft brand is known for its hip aesthetic, which sounds polar opposite to most airport hotels. For many travelers, that's a good thing. Colorful, sleek and in tune with contemporary style and ergonomic requirements, this hotel has sleep, work and play areas that ramp up the appeal on many levels. The 144 guest rooms range from 340-390 square feet and are outfitted with platform beds and a plug-and-play connectivity station. Bathrooms feature oversized walk-in showers and upscale amenities. While there's no full-service restaurant on site, there's a 24/7 pantry (a money-saver for those who don't want sit-down service) and a lively bar. There's also complimentary wired and wireless Internet access, a billiard room for those who'd rather play without technology for a time, an indoor pool and a gym where guests can maintain fitness routines on the fly.
16470 E 40th Circle
Aurora, CO 80011
- Best for Airport Hotels Because: Airport convenience without the ho-hum airport hotel look and feel, plus lots of connectivity and fun amenities.
- Best for Budget Hotels Because: Airport convenience, extensive technology and connectivity and value-added amenities converge here.
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