Denver’s best hotel options run from 125-year-old historic properties to just-opened contemporary boutique spots. Most of the hotels are in Denver’s ... Read More
Denver’s best hotel options run from 125-year-old historic properties to just-opened contemporary boutique spots. Most of the hotels are in Denver’s walkable city center, close to a booming restaurant scene and the free transit shuttle on the 16th Street Mall. Iconic properties like the Brown Palace, built in 1892, have been hosting the city’s elite for over a century, and still offer classic luxury. Newer openings include the Crawford Hotel, located inside Union Station just steps away from the new train out to Denver International Airport.
The Ritz-Carlton and Four Seasons consistently attract those in search of luxury and top-notch service. Meanwhile, culture lovers will fall for the Art Hotel, where a gorgeous rooftop restaurant complements an impressive collection of modern art in a neighborhood full of museums. Farther afield, the Cherry Creek area—Denver’s top choice for shopping—is drawing newcomers with great restaurants and the just-opened, high-design Halcyon Hotel.