What should I expect about Denver, Colorado? Mountains? Cowboys? A great time? Let’s see what I found.
When I landed in Denver International Airport (DEN) early on Saturday morning, I promptly found my must buy souvenir magnet and easily purchased my $9 train ticket into town. With no worries about traffic, the 38-minute train ride was stress free. Pulling into Union Station right in downtown Denver, the train deposited me at my hotel for the next two nights. I new I was going to enjoy my stay as the staff at The Crawford, a hotel located in the two wings of Union Station. The staff was fun, exciting, and very helpful, with my check-in, turn down service, keeping my bag safe after check-out, and arranging for me to be shuttled around in their Tesla Model X hotel vehicle. The shuttle car was one of the perks of staying at The Crawford as most of the companies located on Union Station’s first floor provided an added bonus for staying in the building. By showing your discount card, guest of the hotel were able to receive daily a free scoop of ice cream from Milkbox Ice Creamery, a pint of beer at Terminal Bar, a free coffee from Pigtrain Coffee Co., as well as expedited seating at Snooze (I’ll mention that restaurant later). All of those perks were enjoyed both days I was there and loved it! I did not partake in the discount at The Oxford Club Spa, but next time!Back to News