Denver ranks high for quality ‘cheaper’ hotels

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DENVER — Denver is full of high-quality, moderately priced hotels, according to a CheapTickets survey.

The website recently ranked Denver at No. 5 on its list of most positively reviewed three- and three-and-a half-star hotels.

On average, the price of these types of rooms are 30 percent less than a four- or four-and-a-half-star hotel.

“Despite being categorized as a three or three and a half-star hotel based on offering fewer on-site amenities like restaurants, valet parking or room service, in order to stand apart from the crowd, these hotels are competing on the kinds of in-room amenities that would have only been found in much higher tier hotels just a few years ago,” CheapTickets director Ramses Meijer said.

“High thread count sheets, designer rooms and upscale bath products are just some of the perks that are defining these new boutique inspired select service properties.”

The top five cities are:

  • Portland, Oregon (Average review: 4.23/5)
  • Washington (Average review: 4.22/5)
  • Houston (Average review: 4.21/5)
  • San Antonio (Average review: 4.21/5)
  • Denver (Average review: 4.2/5)
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