Best Places to Stay in Denver, Colorado

Where to stay in Denver, Colorado

The Brown Palace Hotel and Spa: (321 17th St) Established in 1892, this triangular shaped hotel is well known for its old-style charm coupled with impeccable customer service. The grand atrium is tastefully decorated with stained glass, and the rooms are large and clean, offering toiletries that are made from honey collected from the rooftop beehives! There are six onsite restaurants and bars to explore, as well as a luxurious boutique spa that offers everything from couples’ massages to facials and waxing.

The Curtis Hotel: (1405 Curtis St) Located in the heart of downtown Denver, the Curtis Hotel has a strong pop culture theme that is at once trendy yet still refined. Each floor has a different theme, ranging from television shows to music, sports and much more! The rooms are brightly decorated and equipped with every modern touch you could desire, and there is also an on-site gym and retro gift shop to peruse! While room service is always an option, the Corner Office is located in the lobby, and serves a wide selection of food and cocktails, as well as a hearty breakfast buffet during the week!

The Embassy Suites: (1420 Stout Street) Located in the heart of downtown Denver right next to the convention center, this is an excellent option for anyone looking to keep to a budget without sacrificing quality or cleanliness. Every room is a two-room suite, so there is plenty of room for the entire family! There is a pool and jacuzzi for relaxing, as well as an onsite restaurant and bar if you don’t feel like leaving the hotel for dinner. Be sure to take advantage of the complimentary happy hour that occurs each evening, as well as the impressive complimentary breakfast buffet that takes place from 7:00 am to 9:00 during the week and 7:00 am to 10:00 am on weekends.

The Four Seasons: (1111 14th St) Nothing says luxury like a stay at the Four Seasons, which is almost unanimously thought of as the overall best hotel in Denver. While the place is certainly not cheap (you’ll pay nearly $50 a day just for parking), it is an absolute experience unto itself, and well-worth every penny spent. What makes this place truly spectacular is the flawlessly trained staff who are always present to answer any questions or address any concerns. While there is much to see in the area surrounding the hotel, you can have a wonderful time just exploring the grounds! Take a relaxing dip in the heated pool, pamper yourself at the spa or indulge in the plethora of fine art decorating the lobby and hallways before satiating your hunger at the hotel’s signature restaurant, The Edge.  Offering breakfast, lunch, dinner and brunch complete with bottomless mimosas and Bellini’s, no matter what you order here, it is sure to be fabulous.

The Oxford: (1600 17th St) Built in 1891, this is the mile-high city’s oldest continually operating hotel, boasting the first elevators that were installed west of the Mississippi river. The Victorian-era décor and charm are present throughout the entire establishment, from the fireplace in the lobby to the old-fashioned rooms that still require you to turn a key in order to gain access. Each room has ornate wooden bedposts and antique clawfoot bathtubs coupled with some modern luxuries such as Egyptian cotton sheets and iPod docking stations. Just footsteps away from all of the dining options offered at Union Station, you will want to be sure to stop for a cocktail at the famous Cruise Room Martini Bar, which was the first bar to open in the city after Prohibition was repealed.

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