Denver has a lot to offer its visitors: this modern city sits exactly one mile above sea level and on the foothills of the beautiful Rocky Mountains. Not only can you hit the ski slopes but you can party down all night long in this cosmopolitan paradise with a backdrop stunning enough to stare at for hours. With the sun shinning 300 days out of the year, pack your bags and discover the trendiest hotels in Denver to catch some Zzz‘s.
Taking Center Stage
Teatro‘s grand marble lobby will welcome you to its 110 historic rooms and two of Denver’s best fine dining options. A hop across the street from the Denver Center for the Performing Arts (the second largest in the world!) you’ll be at the center of the performing district in the Mile High City. The creative history of the city is reflected in the beautiful decor, featuring historic show and costume photos and art deco furnishings.
Old meets new and hip
Located in the lively and hip LoDo, the historic The Oxford is a Denver dream come true. Claw-foot tubs and bath butler service sits alongside free WI-Fi and iPod docks. The hotel also has a beautiful two-story spa and the oldest bar in Denver, The Cruise Room, which is an actual replica of a lounge on the Queen Mary cruise ship and is shaped like a wine bottle. Beware of the ghosts by either booking or avoiding room 320 (allegedly) as the hotel has quite a colorful history.
Denver’s trendiest hotel lobby
If you’re thinking of staying at the upscale Hotel Monaco Denver, be sure to book a few treatments in their onsite day spa, one of the best in the city. Denver’s outpost of the Kimpton chain is as quirky, cute and pet friendly as the rest with modern decor and you can even borrow a goldfish if you find yourself missing your animal companion. There’s also a complimentary wine hour in the coolest hotel lobby in Denver.
For the original Playboys and girls
The Warwick was one of the original US Playboy Clubs in the 1970’s and is still regarded as one of the trendiest hotels in Denver. Located in the hip uptown, you can feel free to smoke anything you’d like (after all, pot has been legalized) on the huge off-room balconies while still keeping it totally classy. Head up to the year-round heated rooftop pool before curling up in the fancy Egyptian cotton sheets.
The elegant Castle Marne, National Historic Landmark, B&B and architectural gem dates back to 1889. The nine rooms all feature different family heirlooms and antiques that complete the experience of staying in this luxurious City Park West house, as does the afternoon tea in the parlour upon check-in. They are offering a scrumptious Thanksgiving dinner made by their personal chef and made up of locally sourced modern takes on the classics. Reserve now!
Bubble Gum Pop Boutique hotel
The pop culture oriented Curtis Denver Doubletree is sure to be a unique experience. Every floor is a different personality and the surprise of what room you get is half the fun. Whether you end up in a Jimmy Buffet suite or a mod suite a-la-Austin Powers, you’ll wake up to a call from Elvis and start the day with a smile on your face.
Original features with modern amenities
The Magnolia might be housed in the landmark First National Bank/American National Bank building but the interior and amenities are as fresh and contemporary as you would expect from a boutique hotel. The exterior received a hefty face lift to restore the beauty of the original structure, including a beautiful replica of the original corner clock. The hotel offers a nightly cookies and milk bar as well as a daily breakfast buffet.
The Hilton Garden Inn comes with a satisfaction guarantee and a high quality standard. Guests will be pampered by the optimal service at his hotel in Downtown Denver. Just minutes from the convention center, shops and restaurants – the only thing that could make the Hilton Garden Inn more convenient would be complimentary WiFi – oh wait it has that too! Make sure to take advantage of their full-service restaurant and enjoy a gourmet made-to-order breakfast in the morning.