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This lovely hotel is situated in Downtown. The establishment's common areas include Wi-Fi internet connection. This null offers a 24-hour reception service, so that guests' needs will be fully met at any time of the day or night.
Check-out ends at: 11:00
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Epic Fail- from the top down
Reviewed 14 october, 2021
Never have I had a worse hotel experience. Rooms were so small that I could almost touch both walls by spanning my arms. But worse- I was stalked by the GM. She would tap me on the shoulder any time I entered the lobby, restaurant or bar. I checked in with a small service dog and was scrutinized, obviously doubted while it was clear I had a need. She told me I could not walk outside for fresh air from my 75 sf room without my dog, chased me down with a printout and literally harassed me until I cried. I felt imprisoned. You must walk past the front desk to reach any area or exit in the hotel. No escaping the stalker!
Stay and have a cocktail!
Reviewed 4 october, 2021
We had an amazing stay here for a long weekend in Denver. The hotel not only is beautiful, you of course get the most amazing cocktails at Death & Co. The rooms were a bit on the small side, we stayed in the lower tier double room. The location is great for hitting up great restaurants, shops and the artist markets that happen. Service was great, Valet was wonderful and made parking a breeze. And the best cocktails are in the lobby.
Stayed Here for a night while awaiting flight out of Denver
Reviewed 30 september, 2021
The Ramble hotel is in a great location in the RINO District of Denver. From the fixtures to the beds they have spared no expense. The staff was great and very attentive. There is a coffee shop on the 1st floor as well.
Amazing Hotel Experience
Reviewed 24 september, 2021
What a fabulous weekend we had at The Ramble. I was incredibly impressed with the property - classy, elegant, with a major hip vibe! The rooms are tastefully modern with plenty of thoughtful touches, including a french press coffee maker, robes, various liquors and snacks for purchase - and the bathroom is stunning! You have the famous Death and Co bar and restaurant which is essentially part of the lobby ( a fun and lively experience, especially on the weekends!) and they serve up some of the best cocktails and food I've had. But the real winner of this hotel is the staff - everyone we came into contact with was welcoming and happy to see you, eager to take care of your needs, and make your stay enjoyable. Everyone always had a smile on their face! I look forward to staying here in again in the future!
Go for the cocktails, stay somewhere else.
Reviewed 9 september, 2021
The Ramble Hotel should be a national marker for how to treat their patrons. Starting from valet, to check-in to all the entire staff working at Death & Company, it becomes immediately apparent that hospitality is the number one priority. We dined at D&C for the evening and had the most amazing cocktails I've ever had. Bravo to the mixologists, they really have something unique and amazing going here. The food is upscaled small bites, I had the buffalo tartar and was in heaven. I could go on about D&C however this review is mainly about the hotel room and why my 3-star rating, which is rather generous. We stayed in the presidential suite, which is a massive room like an apartment. It has a sink, full size residential refrigerator/freezer with ice, gigantic bathroom and a smaller bathroom in the main room. On the surface, this is mind blowing how large it is. It isn't until you settle in and realize this isn't as grand as the price fetches. Make no mistake, this is a lovely hotel and a lovely room. It is simply *overpriced* by more than double. Never in my life have I paid this much for a room and we did so thinking luxury meets the price. I'm afraid it doesn't deliver. Main points: The room was 1349 a night. Views are that of Five Points - tons of tiny apartments, thriving neighborhood but certainly nothing pretty or even interesting. The living room/dining table sits slightly above an apartment and balcony of the neighbor. There's a sectional couch in the main room. This couch belongs in a bachelor pad or fraternity, not an upscale expensive room like this. It is *very* low to the floor making it rather difficult to get up. It doesn't sit upright, so you are always slouching and it constantly moves when you get up and sit down. The most comfortable seat in the apartment: Dining room table chairs followed by the toilet. Not exaggerating. I could go on, but the simple facts are these: The Ramble Hotel has AMAZING staff and will take extremely good care of you. The rooms are nice, they definitely are not scaled in quality to the price. I really hope the staff gets a piece of this crazy price! If you like crafted spirit cocktails, this is the place to go again and again. Spend the night somewhere else and save the money (you'll need it for the cocktails!), it will probably be a better value. Putting it into perspective, for $1349 my wife and I could have got on a plane to San Francisco for the day, had fresh seafood lunch or dinner, with cocktails and flown home and still have money to tip the Uber driver. Just sayin'