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Old 07-15-2011, 05:23 PM
 
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Planning on visiting Denver soon to checkout the area for a possible move..Looking for a safe area and reasonable price to stay..(emphasis on the safe part) I will be traveling alone, which I'm no stranger to (Female in her 30ies) I don't need to be downtown or in the most expensive area (this is not a vacation) I will be renting a car. Something under a $100/night. I even thought about checking out craigslist and getting a sublet for a week or two but I'm a leary of that (think hidden camera) and not too sure about the neighborhoods it would be in anyway.

I have been to Denver twice before but don't know it well.

Thanks!
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Old 07-15-2011, 11:08 PM
 
Location: Littleton, CO
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Go to hotels.com and type in Denver and vicinity in the search box.

Click on the map option, and then in the top left corner you can narrow your search using a variety of factors, including price.

You will see clusters of hotels in certain areas of town. You will not find any good hotels downtown for less than $100 a night and you would probably have to pay for parking anyway.

One good area is the southern part of the metro area along I-25. Most of those hotels will be nice and run by large chains. The same is true for the cluster in the SW part of Denver at Hampden (US 285) and Wadsworth. A third good cluster is NW at Sheridan Blvd and the Boulder Turnpike (US 36).

All those areas are safe, have good access to different parts of the city, and have nearby restaurants, shopping, etc.
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Old 06-09-2012, 10:27 AM
 
Location: Na'alehu Hawaii/Buena Vista Colorado
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We just stayed at the Comfort Suites in the Denver Tech Center and paid under $100 per night. Very, very nice motel in a very safe area. It's easy on and off from I-25, and there's a light rail station within walking distance if you want to go downtown. Check out the reviews on Trip Advisor.
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