Denver’s contemporary vibe mixed with Old World appeal is only reinforced by its stately hotels, boutique properties, bed and breakfast places and upscale resorts. The downtown area hotels are most popular with tourists for their easy accessibility to city attractions, shops and restaurants.
What if you’re in Denver for Colorado’s famous whitewater rafting? You may rest your spirits after (or before, whichever works for you) the grand adventure by staying in these hotels:
Four Seasons Hotel Denver
Coming from the reliable Four Seasons hospitality stable, the property attracts luxury-hunters for its plush amenities, world class services and comfortably appointed rooms. The stone-walled guest rooms feature huge plasma televisions and PlayStations. And if that’s not enough, there’s a luxurious spa and restaurant (EDGE), serving scrumptious fare.
The Brown Palace Hotel and Spa
Nestled in the historic Uptown area, this landmark property is frequented by both luxury and heritage lovers. The century-old Brown Palace Hotel is as popular for its antiquated setting as for its rich period architectural features. You know where to head if you fancy a romantic Victorian getaway in Denver. The 241 guest rooms and suites are outfitted with classy wooden furniture while the in-house spa offers a nice assortment of treatments.
Lying adjacent to the Denver Center of Performing Arts, this boutique hotel, right down to its name, is all about a love for theater. It also features comfortable guest rooms, fitted with contemporary amenities. Hotel Teatro is known for its excellent customer service, along with a well-equipped fitness center and restaurant. Pets are welcome here. Its easy downtown location makes the property conveniently accessible to most city landmarks.
Denver has a variety of hotel properties ranging from the swanky five-star resorts to the iconic historic hotels. Enjoy attractions and activities such skiing and rafting, then cool down at the city’s noteworthy accommodations.