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The Brown Palace Hotel and Spa, Autograph Collection

Downtown 96 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

What do you and every president since Teddy Roosevelt have in common? If you stay in the Brown Palace, you’ll have slept under the same roof. — BlackBook

Downtown stalwart rich in history, with six restaurants and bars, afternoon tea and a splurge-worthy spa. — Jetsetter

When entrepreneurs seeking gold flocked west in 1892, they stayed at this distinguished inn. — Michelin Guide

Historic to the hilt. When it opened in 1892, it showed the country that the West could match Eastern sophistication. — Insight Guides

Beautiful downtown landmark dating from 1892, with elegant dining rooms and public areas, as well as impeccable rooms. The eight-storey cast-iron atrium is stunning. — Rough Guide

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Four Seasons Hotel Denver

Downtown 94 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

The only way to roll. Like living within plush confines of a Faberge egg. Vast rooms, celestial style, service nearing perfection. — BlackBook

45-stories of style Mile-High City, with poolside cocktails, a hot lobby bar and the best location in town. — Jetsetter

The location–-within walking distance of 16th Street Mall, Larimer Square, and myriad cultural options–-can't be beat. — Fodor's

Four Seasons Hotel Denver offers 239 guest rooms decked out in mountain tones of brown and tan with earthy touches such as cut stone columns and cozy fireplaces featured in some rooms. — Forbes Travel Guide

Modern luxury and a stellar location in the heart of the Mile High City make this cosmopolitan hotel one of Denver’s best. — The Telegraph

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The Oxford Hotel

Downtown 92 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

If you think you deserve expensive antiques, servile attendants and a Bose sound system in every room, you'll feel right at home at The Oxford Hotel. — BlackBook

It may be tucked in a "hip part of LoDo", but with "amazing" 19th-century architecture, this "beautiful" landmark boasts some "serious old-school charm". — Zagat

The hotel is designed with a convincing Victorian bent that is unique in the city, and it is realized with enough good quality reproduction, art and antiques to impress grandma. — Star Service

Designed by the architect Frank Edbrooke and listed on the National Register of Historic Places, this is one of Denver’s few hotels to have survived from the 19th century. — Frommer's

The redbrick exterior is classic; careful restorations have revealed false ceilings and silver chandeliers previously coated in paint. — Michelin Guide

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The Ritz-Carlton, Denver

Downtown 89 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Opened in early 2008, the Ritz-Carlton represents the best of what Denver has to offer, with Rocky Mountain views and a cosmopolitan Downtown corridor locale. — Gayot

High-rise haven in downtown Denver with a swank steakhouse and sprawling spa. — Jetsetter

The Ritz-Carlton has an earned reputation for luxury, and its Denver outpost offers a relaxing oasis from the bustle of the city with some of the largest hotel rooms—more than 500 square feet—in town. — Travel + Leisure

Besotted guests gush this "top-notch" choice is the "best hotel in Denver", "fancy" for sure with quarters "you would expect" from the Ritz. — Zagat

The existing hotel... was rebuilt to the exacting standards of the Ritz-Carlton... It now features the brand's distinctive style and a long list of perks for guests. — Frommer's

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The Curtis Denver - a DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel

Downtown 88 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Management's Kimpton-style makeover has transformed this once staid business hotel into one of this chain's brightest and most colorful options west of the Mississippi. — Star Service

The 336-room Curtis DoubleTree by Hilton may be a mid-range hotel, but it's fun and kid-friendly. — Oyster

Let your inner child out to play at Doubletree’s pop culture hotel with a surprise around every corner. — The Telegraph

Pop culture-inspired hospitality resides in Denver at this artsy hotel. — Gayot

Attention to detail – be it through the service or the decor in the rooms – is paramount at the Curtis, a one of a kind hotel in Denver. — Lonely Planet

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The Crawford Hotel

Denver 87 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

It combines the historic charm of the spectacular train station that’s full of popular restaurants and shops with the amenities and comforts of a modern hotel. — Oyster

Guest rooms are perched above the Amtrak waiting room. — Condé Nast Traveler

Situated within Denver'€™s iconic Union Station terminal, the luxurious Crawford Hotel is a Beaux Arts landmark by default. — Gayot

The nostalgic sense of being on a train journey is carried elegantly into the 112 rooms, each of which offers a unique layout and design. — Fodor's

Named for Dana Crawford, the legendary preservationist who spearheaded the restoration of Larimer Square, this new entry into the Denver hotel landscape effortlessly meshes old and new. — Frommer's

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JW Marriott Denver Cherry Creek

Cherry Creek 86 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

At this JW Marriott, high notes include an excellent location, friendly service and breathtaking mountain views from many of the 196 spacious guest rooms and suites. — Gayot

This delightful urban gem is tops for both business and leisure travellers from around the world. — The Telegraph

This broad block sits across from Cherry Creek Shopping Center and near the Denver Country Club. — Concierge

The hip atmosphere and location smack in the middle of Cherry Creek's shopping district has made this upscale outpost of the Marriott family popular with tourists and locals alike. — Fodor's

This broad block sits across from Cherry Creek Shopping Center and near the Denver Country Club. — Condé Nast Traveler

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Hotel Teatro

Downtown 86 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

With 12-foot ceilings, the earth-tone rooms are sleek and stylish, featuring Frette linens, the latest technology, and spacious bathrooms. — Fodor's

There’s an old-world vibe to this hotel, housed in a Renaissance Revival landmark dating from 1911 (originally the Denver Tramway Building), but the hotel includes plenty of modern touches. — Condé Nast Traveler

Renaissance Revival building filled with theater memorabilia, including a costume worn by Annette Bening in a Denver Center Theatre Company production. . — Travel + Leisure

Historic digs in the Mile High City’s fine arts hub and near the best restaurants and bars in town. — Jetsetter

This is the platinum version of the nearby Hotel Monaco, offering attitude and character as opposed to the efficiency and anonymity of the other business hotels here — Star Service

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Kimpton Hotel Monaco Denver

Downtown 86 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

This colorful, elegant and completely renovated boutique hotel was once the 1917 Railway Exchange building. — Gayot

Billing itself as “Denver’s hippest high-style luxury hotel,” the Hotel Monaco is a standout for Kimpton Hotels. — Frommer's

Recently revamped sleep combining cowboy cool with city sophistication and a terrific Italian restaurant. — Jetsetter

In the heart of Denver, the Kimpton Group renovated two historic buildings, one of them a 1937 Art Moderne edifice, to create this boutique property. — Michelin Guide

It’s in the heart of Denver, just a block from the 16th Street pedestrian mall and a few steps from Union Station. — Travel + Leisure

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Hyatt Regency Denver At Colorado Convention Center

Downtown 84 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

The friendly staff, reasonable price, and savvy service amenities make it appealing for everyone. — Fodor's

With an ideal location... and a thorough, modern list of amenities, the Hyatt immediately emerged as the top convention hotel in the Rockies. — Frommer's

"Modern, classy and sophisticated", this "beautiful" downtown Denver high-rise "impresses" conventioneers and weekenders thanks to "courteous" staffers and "spacious", "comfy" quarters. — Zagat

In the Central Business District, the Hyatt Regency rises high in the downtown skyline with notable features like the glass-enclosed lobby, lounge, bar and restaurant. — Travel + Leisure

At a staggering 38 stories, the business-oriented Hyatt Regency is almost a city unto itself, with over 1,100 rooms, a large fitness center, a lap pool, and three dining venues. — Oyster

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Magnolia Hotel Denver

Downtown 83 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

This "classy" Downtown Denver "classic" becomes a "home away from home" for repeat visitors who rave about the "warm", "beautiful" public spaces and the "well-appointed", "good-sized" quarters. — Zagat

The Denver outpost of this Texas-based chain has spacious, elegant rooms with sophisticated furnishings—some with fireplaces—and warm colors. — Fodor's

Savvy staff, tony room service, and free, fresh-baked cookies every night. — BlackBook

This boutique hotel is a top choice for business travellers with its proximity to the Colorado Convention Centre, complimentary shuttle service and ample meeting space. — The Telegraph

This upper-middle-range boutique hotel in downtown Denver is housed in a historic building, but inside, it's stylish and contemporary. — Oyster

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Warwick Denver Hotel

Uptown & Capitol Hill 82 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

This older operation is well seasoned and offers a few things that the newer hotels don't, such as larger-than-average rooms with big balconies, moderate rates, and even a year-round rooftop pool. — Star Service

The Warwick Denver’s 219 rooms are large and bright, with flat-screen TVs and balconies. — Oyster

Affordable luxury just east of downtown Denver is how the Warwick bills itself and, with some very cheap online specials, this can be true. — Lonely Planet

This elegant midsize hotel has undergone extensive renovation, with data-ports and tasteful new furnishings. — Michelin Guide

Because it is a short five-minute walk to the state capitol, this hotel is a favorite of politicians and business travelers. — Gayot

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Queen Anne Bed & Breakfast

Downtown 81 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Central, eco-friendly and very hospitable 1879 B&B near a peaceful park where you can catch a carriage ride; each of the fourteen rooms and suites is tastefully and individually decorated. — Rough Guide

Do you have a complex? Environmental apologists with deep pockets will love the Queen Anne, a B&B for ubergreen urbanites who secretly crave the finer things. — BlackBook

Just north of downtown in the regentrified Clements historic district... this inn made up of adjacent Victorians is a delightful, romantic getaway. — Fodor's

A family-run boutique hotel with 13 spacious, individually designed rooms -- many with hot tubs -- in a peaceful and convenient location on the edge of downtown Denver. — Oyster

Manicured gardens and evening wine tastings create a romantic ambience at this ecoconscious B&B in two late-1800s Victorian homes. — Lonely Planet

Capitol Hill Mansion Bed & Breakfast Inn

Uptown & Capitol Hill 80 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

"Even a one night stay feels like a real getaway" at this "wonderful" B&B, housed in a "quaint" Richardsonian Romanesque mansion and tucked in a "perfect" Capitol Hill location. — Zagat

Luxurious, gay-friendly B&B in a turreted Victorian sandstone mansion on a leafy street near the State Capitol. — Rough Guide

An architectural gem with a great location for exploring the Civic Center area on foot. — Frommer's

Stained-glass windows, original 1890s woodwork and turrets make this delightful, gay- and family-friendly Romanesque mansion a special place to stay. — Lonely Planet

The dramatic turret and intense rust color of this Richardson Romanesque Victorian mansion built in 1891 is enough to draw you into the eight elegantly appointed rooms done in varying themes. — Fodor's

The Westin Denver Downtown

Downtown 80 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

The Westin Denver Downtown, conveniently located next to the 16th Street Pedestrian Mall, is quite like a Westin anywhere, with contemporary but generic rooms and a bevy of solid amenities. — Oyster

Next to the 16th Street mall, we offer 430 guest rooms featuring Westin's Signature Style and the Westin Heavenly Bed® so you can recharge. — Afar Magazine

This is the hotel of choice for upscale business and leisure travelers who want to be in the middle of lower downtown's lively restaurant and club scene. — Gayot

Tucked in a "perfect Downtown location for business or shopping", this "lovely" high-rise chain outpost excels with "excellent" accommodations. — Zagat

The Westin generally stays within the domain of business travelers, though the occasional visiting musicians and professional sports teams drop in. — Star Service

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Hyatt Place Denver/Cherry Creek

Cherry Creek 79 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Inside the glass-and-steel building, the lobby is designed to resemble an Italian villa, with large marble columns, Renaissance-style paintings, and vintage furniture set beside a fireplace. — Travel + Leisure

There are many iconic buildings in Denver, new and old. It is easy to see why this imposing structure is known as "The Darth Vader Building." — Afar Magazine

Located just east of Colorado Boulevard and south of Cherry Creek, the Loews Denver’s sleek, towering exterior is black steel with a reflecting glass tower. — Frommer's

Columns and large floral displays add to the luster, as do the crushed velvet sofas and gas-fired stone hearth. Only things missing are the Gregorian chants. — Star Service

With lower rates than at many other Denver hotels, the Loews Denver Hotel might seem like a deal -- but be prepared to make a few compromises. — Oyster

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the ART, a hotel

Denver 79 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Gallery-worthy accommodations for art lovers on the road. — Gayot

The eclectic rooms feature vividly colored pillows, furniture in fanciful yet quite comfortable shapes, and welcome touches such as white marble bathrooms. — Fodor's

As the name suggests, this hotel has intriguing artwork in the guest rooms and common areas, befitting its location, just around the corner from the Denver Art Museum — Lonely Planet

It's no coincidence that this new boutique hotel is just a block away from the Denver Museum of Art. — Condé Nast Traveler

Brilliant in concept, this 165-room boutique hotel melds luxury accommodations with curated original artwork in every room and common area, in a comfortable contemporary setting. — The Telegraph

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Grand Hyatt Denver Downtown

Downtown 79 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

"This place rules" rave proponents of this "fun", "stylish" high-rise, tucked in a "nice Downtown" location within "walking distance of many attractions". — Zagat

Close to Larimer Square, the theaters, the 16th Street Mall, and the Colorado Convention Center—downtown hotels don't get much better than this. — Fodor's

A twenty-foot sandstone fireplace in the lobby, surrounded by comfortable leather chairs, sets the casually sophisticated tone for this downtown hotel. — Gayot

Thanks to the dedicated staff, delightful dining options and high-quality accommodations, this is the best that Hyatt has to offer in Denver. — Star Service

This four-pearl business chain in Denver's Central Business District is perfectly pleasant, but lacks wow factor. — Oyster

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Castle Marne Bed & Breakfast

Downtown 78 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Castle Marne is popular with bridal parties and honeymooners, and perfect for a romantic weekend getaway. — Lonely Planet

Built in 1889, this castle is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Period antiques and family heirlooms mix with Victorian reproductions to create a look of Old World luxury. — Gayot

"Decompress and relax" at this "warm and inviting" "urban oasis", a "historic", "beautifully restored" circa-1889 building now home to a "quaint" B&B nestled in "vibrant" City Park. — Zagat

A National Historic Landmark, Castle Marne is an impressive stone fortress designed and built in 1889 by the renowned architect William Lang for a contemporary silver baron. — Frommer's

Cozy, historic, and romantic, the mid-range, nine-room Castle Marne Bed & Breakfast is perfect for couples who prefer a more intimate and personalized experience. — Oyster

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Sheraton Denver Downtown Hotel

Downtown 77 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

The Sheraton Denver Downtown Hotel is an upscale, mega-hotel with over 1,000 rooms and two buildings located on Denver’s popular pedestrian street full of shops and restaurants. — Oyster

On the mall close to museums and the Denver Center for Performing Arts, this hotel is the largest in the state and a top contender in the meetings and conventions market — Star Service

This sizeable, somewhat anonymous but very comfortable hotel, right on the Sixteenth Street Mall, is used largely by business travellers. — Rough Guide

Located just four blocks from the Colorado Convention Center in downtown Denver, this comfortable 1,231-room, 82-suite hotel is geared to business travelers. — Gayot

Guest rooms at the ever-bustling Sheraton are roomy and streamlined, with unfussy furniture and nice workstations that appeal primarily to the business traveler. — Fodor's

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