Overall I like the Denver International Airport, but as it is a United hub with more and more traffic, it’s very prone to delays and cancellations. That’s the reason I got to experience a night at this hotel.
Last month, I had to pleasure to attend the InfoComm Show at the Orange County Convention Center in Orlando, Florida. It’s a conference for Audio-Visual technicians and anyone interested in the audio and visual aspects of IT.
After all these years of thinking of Colorado, but never ending up going, we finally did. And we might have the pandemic to thank for that. With Canadian border closings, it was high time to ski domestically again.
Although this hotel is part of the Marriott chain, we couldn’t tell. The Jacquard is part of the Autograph Collection, which is high-end and independently branded. Rarely do we stay this high-end, but we had Marriott points to splurge with.
Going skiing in Breckenridge has long been a wish, and with the pandemic preventing us from our usual Canada trip, it was the perfect time to stay within the borders. And why not drop some of our Hilton points on the DoubleTree.
This Hilton resort is actually also a country club (golfers will recognize the significant Inverness name) that I just happened to come across when looking for a hotel in Denver. Odd thing is, we were looking to go skiing, not golfing.
It can’t be denied that we love the Pacific Northwest. It’s definitely on our Top 3 destinations for family vacations. Usually we stay in the Seattle area, but this time we decided to take a winter road trip through Washington State up to Canada and then back.