I spent about 80 nights at this property in 2010. The property is located very well in downtown Denver, right next to the Convention Center, and a block from the 16th street mall. Larimer Street, where a number of good restaurants call home, is about 3 blocks away. Valet parking is only $8 more than self parking at the hotel. There are a few street lots nearby, but I've found parking at the hotel to be the easiest option for me. The hotel doesn't man the Diamond check-in line with a ton of regularity, but I've never waited more than 5 minutes to check-in. They always recognize my Diamond status and ask about an amenity or points. The rooms are in great shape, if not the most spacious for a standard rooms. If cell phone/wireless laptop cards are an important part of your daily communication, I've found that the top couple of floors get very spotty reception. The rest of the hotel is fine. This hotel has one of the best fitness centers I frequent. The quantity and variety of equipment is great. Everything is brand new and in good condition. There are half a dozen each elliptical, treadmill, and 2 types of bikes. There are also about 25 stations for weight lifting, etc. The pool is usually empty for swimming laps, and the outside jacuzzi overlooking the convention center is usually quiet as well. The hotel has a lobby bar (Strata), a coffee bar (Perks), a main restaurant in the lobby (Altitude), and a restaurant on the 28th floor (Peaks). The lobby bar is huge, and usually filled with convention attendees. Reasonably priced, but not a great variety on the menu. I much prefer Peaks. The menu in Peaks changes frequently. It's mostly small plates, hot and cold. There's usually a cheese and charcuterie option, as well as a number of seafood and bar type items. A bit pricey, but really good quality. Thye two by-the-glass wine lists. The first is your typical list, the second a bunch of wines you rarely see poured by the glass. Usually some exceptional choices. Altitude is serviceable. Their menu mimics the room service menu found at most Hyatts. There's a lounge on the 35th floor. Breakfast is generally smoked salmon, bagels, cereal, cut fruit, pastries, cheese. There's a do-it-yourself cappuccino machine. For dinner, it's light snacks and cheese. Room service is always prompt and efficient. I order 2 or 3 times every time I stay. They rarely make a mistake, and when they do, they're quick to fix it. Hot food is always hot and fresh. I generally find the staff very pleasant and efficient. Overall, I prefer this property to the Grand Hyatt down the street, although the weekend rates at the Grand are usually a magnitude lower than the Regency.