On Wednesday, October 3, thousands of people will gather at the University of Denver to watch Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney and President Barack Obama face off in the first presidential debate. If you're one of the lucky ticket-holders from out of town, one of the things you'll need to consider is where to stay.
If you're looking for a hotel that combines the ultimate in luxury and customer service, then you may want to book a room at the Burnsley All Suite Hotel. Located at 1000 Grant Street, the Burnsley is just 10 minutes from the university.
Imagine staying in one of the "Executive City View" suites which will offer you 700 square feet of you own living quarters. As you get ready for the debate, you'll be able to look out and see breathtaking views of the city's skyline.
After you come back from the event, make yourself a meal in the spacious kitchen, watch a little television in your own living room and rest your weary eyes in your unbelievably comfortable king size bed. In the morning, go down and visit the hotel's restaurant to treat yourself to a breakfast of champions. Whether you crave wheat berry french toast or crab benedict, you'll leave the dining room feeling satisfied and ready to conquer the day.
Aside from the Burnsley, there are plenty of other great accommodations options in the area such as Fairfield Inn and Suites, Courtyard Marriott and Hampton Inn and Suites.
During your time in this phenomenal city, don't worry about trying to rent a car or take a cab to and from the debate. After all, trying to find a parking spot will be nearly impossible. Instead, use a chauffeur service like Hermes Worldwide. Door-to-door service will take away any stress of getting to the university and your hotel.