Located in Denver's Cherry Creek district, downtown is easily accessible. This is hotel is comfortable and quiet. Comfortable beds. Hotel staff was very accommodating when we requested a late check-out. Excellent breakfast buffet (for US standards - even outstanding, still no comparison to European hotels), yet the wait staff was rather disorganized.
My only real gripe with this hotel (like with most other similar hotels) is the window air/heat system. If you stay on a day when you cannot turn the unit off overnight, you will not get any sleep (loud and drafty). Fortunately, the weather played along, and we didn't need it overnight. So, we had a very comfortable stay.
Room was decent, location was good. I would stay here again, but the rate is a little high for the hotel in my opinion. I have stayed at nicer hotels for cheaper. Perkins has signs all over saying no parking or else you will be towed, but apparently the hotel owns Perkins property so they should let guests know they are able to park their regardless.
We were there for an overnight but we could've easily stayed there longer if needed. Reasonable rate for Denver on a holiday weekend in a very nice area. Really enjoyed the Cherry Creek Trail for walking which was just across from the parking lot.
This neighborhood combines irresistible charm and tree-lined street with some of Denver’s best dining and shopping, like the Cherry Creek Shopping Center. Cafés, restaurants, and coffee shops are interspersed among art galleries and day spas. Fillmore Plaza, the local town square, hosts ice skating in winter, a free movie series in the summer, and a parade of culinary and musical events.