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Courtyard Denver Airport Flies High With Service And Amenities, Top Travel Website Says

TripAdvisor honors hotel near Denver airport with 2014 Certificate of Excellence award

DENVER, Aug. 21, 2014 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- The Courtyard Denver Airport is flying high after being awarded a prestigious honor from the world's largest travel website.

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The hotel near Denver International Airport (DEN) has received a 2014 TripAdvisor Certificate of Excellence from TripAdvisor for maintaining an overall rating of four or higher on a scale of five as ranked by travelers. The number of reviews received in the last 12 months also played a factor in presenting the award, now in its fourth year. TripAdvisor sees more than 50 million unique monthly visitors and sports more than 60 million reviews and opinions on businesses related to the tourism industry. Taking into account outstanding customer reviews and other information, TripAdvisor selects Excellence winners using a proprietary algorithm to determine the top businesses worldwide. 

Guests praised the hotel near downtown Denver for the service, overall atmosphere and meals at The Bistro – Eat. Drink. Connect. Flight attendant dmhair of Fairfield, CT, thanked the employees "who made my first stay here pleasant, warm and welcoming." Guest Vincent N of Toronto is a "huge fan of the Courtyard chain" and said the rooms were "clean, tidy and pleasant." Vincent also said the hotel was "almost home away from home."  Guest MrsSprinkle enjoyed the fresh salmon and the Maryland crab cakes at the hotel's casual, café-style eatery, saying "having just spent 3 weeks eating in fine restaurants … we were stunned to find that the best meal we had was here at The Bistro!" Guest Gloria C from Massachusetts agreed about the great crab cakes, saying "who would expect to find a truly Chesapeake Bay crab cake in Colorado?"

Comments like these put a smile on the face of Michael Wilke, general manager of the Courtyard Denver Airport. 

"We are extremely pleased that guests of our hotel had very good interactions with the staff, liked the rooms and enjoyed their experience at The Bistro," Wilke said. "We constantly strive to exceed expectations and remain dedicated to offering the highest level of service. We work hard to be the best and we very much appreciate our guests for taking the time to offer their support and positive feedback."

Guests of the one of the premier of the hotels near DEN will love the luxury bedding in their rooms and will get a sound night's sleep on thick mattresses topped with crisp linens, custom comforters and ample fluffy pillows. Visitors can stay connected by using complimentary high-speed Internet access.

Other amenities at the Denver hotel include a fitness center for a quick workout and an indoor pool that is great for everything from a refreshing dip to a lengthy, invigorating swim. A complimentary shuttle whisks customers to the Denver airport 24 hours a day.

Besides its popular crab cakes, The Bistro offers Starbucks drinks in the morning alongside breakfast favorites such as eggs and french toast. In the evening, guests can choose among seasonal fare as well as sandwiches, soups and burgers. Adults can also select a cocktail or a glass of domestic or imported beer or wine to wash it all down.

About the Courtyard Denver Airport

The Courtyard Denver Airport at 6091 Tower Road in Denver, CO, is less than 30 minutes from downtown, Buckley Air Force Base, Coors Field, Sports Authority Field at Mile High, Aurora and Brighton. A 24-hour complimentary shuttle to nearby Denver International Airport (DEN) is available. The hotel features 196 rooms and six suites on eight floors as well as five meeting rooms with 2,855 square feet of flexible meeting space. The new lobby boasts The Bistro – Eat. Drink. Connect. Other amenities include complimentary high-speed Internet access, a fitness center, indoor pool and whirlpool. For more information on the hotel, visit www.marriott.com/DENAP or call 1-303-371-0300.

About Courtyard by Marriott

Courtyard by Marriott offers a refreshing environment that helps guests stay connected, productive and balanced. Intuitive services and design accommodate guests' needs for choice and control. With more than 900 locations in 37 countries, Courtyard is Marriott's largest brand. All Courtyard by Marriott hotels participate in the award-winning Marriott Rewards frequent travel program that allows members to earn hotel points or airline miles for every dollar spent during each stay. For reservations, go to www.courtyard.com or contact a travel professional.

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Media Contact: Heather Stone, Courtyard Denver Airport, 1-972-832-9041, [email protected]

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