Welcome to the Inn At Cherry Creek
Nowhere else in Denver blends the utmost in professional and friendly service with the comfort and familiarity of home.
Step into your room, close the door to the outside world and wake up refreshed - to a brighter, more peaceful morning.
Wednesday, November 1, 2017
Pampered Pet Package - The Inn at Cherry Creek
Pampered Pet Package
The Inn at Cherry Creek
233 Clayton St. Denver, Colorado 80206
Call direct: 303-377-8577
Chasing squirrels and doing tricks for treats can really ware you thin.
That is why we are offering a pampering retreat for the .5 member of the family. Pack Fluffy in the car and take advantage of this unforgettable package including:
Overnight accommodations for 2
Dog treat from the Two Pal's & a Pup
Breakfast for 2
Use of a doggie bed for your pet
Ceramic dog dishes
Complimentary in-room Starbucks coffee
Use of our terrycloth bathrobes
Complimentary newspaper in lobby
Free covered parking
The highest quality furnishings from refurbished antiques to designer pieces.
Rest easy beneath brand new bed coverings.
Sit back and relax to our flat-screen plasma TVs.
The Weber restaurant is open for breakfast daily with an intimate yet inviting bistro setting that showcases our dining selections in perfect artisan fashion.
Chef Mike Hendricks presents a diverse menu focusing on fresh local ingredients and adds a delicious flair to breakfast.
Breakfast is delivered to your room or, if you prefer, dine in the restaurant.
Weather permitting, outdoor café seating is available.
Open daily for breakfast.
S-S 7am -12:30pm
Cherry Creek North is Denver's premiere neighborhood destination for shopping, fashion, spas, restaurants, art galleries, boutiques and community events.
All the shops in the area are committed to maintaining the highest
possible standard of exceptional customer service.
Reader's Choice voted it the "Best Neighborhood Shopping District."
Outside of the immediate area, explore the neighborhoods of Denver such as
Downtown and the 16th Street Mall, the historic Victorian houses of Five-Points or the