Ray on 01/23/2014
Monday the 20th 2014 I checked in here. My intention was to stay for 2 nights. I was delivering a vehicle from the east coast to a friend's daughter out there. My habit while traveling this way is to just leave my clothing in my luggage and live out of the suitcase. I got settled in and had dinner down on the first floor at the restaurant in the same building and went back up to my room #433 (it was a handicap equipped room). Not sure why they gave it to me but they did. I went to bed and slept
for about an hour. Then nature called, so I woke up and turned on the light. Upon returning to bed, I noticed a little "speck." I thought it was a piece of lint, until I saw it start to move then I noticed others. I flipped!! I grabbed a cup and put every one I saw in it (I think it was 5). I packed up my stuff and was out in 5 minutes. Now, it's after midnight. I gave the night guy the cup and told him I'm out. The next day, I went back and talked with the manager. She said she saw the bugs that I brought and that she would have the place fumigated. She warned me to be careful because they can spread. My biggest fear now is that they've come home with me. I just got home a couple of hours ago and my luggage is sitting outside and we'll NOT come inside until I bag the clothes and take them from the bag directly to the wash. The previous writer was there in 2013 and it looks like they still haven't fixed the problem.
Chuck on 01/10/2013
Stayed at this hotel for one night on December 27, 2012. The next day I had about a dozen insect bites on my shoulder, collar bone area, and upper arm. After a lot of research, pain, and suffering, I concluded it was bed bug bites. I had a terrible reaction. I called and complained to the manager and he was very polite and said they would look into it. The bites turned into a rash and it was awful.
The actual address for this hotel is
Holiday Inn & Suites
6900 Tower Road
Denver, CO 8024