The Curtis DoubleTree Hotel was in the heart of downtown Denver and right near the Convention Center.
The candy cigarettes and vintage toys were fun to look at and feel nostalgic about.Although the room was well equipped, bed was comfortable, the valet was another situation. We valeted our car for $28 overnight and the car was parked at neighboring lots next to the hotel, not in the hotel, so wait time is 15-20 minutes. There is the feature to text in advance of when you want your car is ready, however when we did so the car wasn’t ready for us. In fact, there was a Mary Kay Convention and hundreds of women were trying to get their cars too. The frustrating aspect of waiting was seeing that our keys were still not prioritized even after being listed as HOT and we waited an hour. Ultimately in the end we were comped the fee and we got a snack at the hotel restaurant gratis, but we did end up being very late for a dinner. Our stay at The Curtis was fun until the valet issues. Whenever there are conventions or an influx we would suggest anticipating such a rush with more staffing!