a traveler from Travelocity.com
on January 16, 2010
My first stay at Country in won't be my last. Rooms were spacious, and quiet, even though the motel is conveniently located near major roadways that allow easy access to the airport, and for Denver, direct access to the city center (although Denver traffic on a Friday afternoon is a bit daunting due to poor signage.) We found a seasonal discount, and reserved a room with double queen beds, and were pleased with this location on all accounts. I would consider it not just for airport access, but as a reasonable place to stay if I just wanted to spend a little time in Denver.
Breakfast was more than ample, and served free of charge in a spacious and comfortable setting, where the morning news could be watched on TV (thankfully at an appropriate volume) or read from daily papers provided upon entry. Fresh fruit, make-it-yourself Belgian waffles and a wide range of other tasty food items and beverages made for a nice start of the day after of great night's sleep .
All of the staff was friendly and accomodating, providing printed directions to points of interest and nearby and recommended restaurant choices for lunch or dinner destination. We discovered the Country in to be a pleasant, calming and "restorative" place to stay before heading on a very long trip. And believe me, I have stayed in a lot of lodgings around the world, and this place a most pleasant find.
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