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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. Full review →
With 12-foot ceilings, the earth-tone rooms are sleek and stylish, featuring Frette linens, the latest technology, and spacious bathrooms. Full review →
Hotel Teatro is one of Denver’s most luxurious hotels. It’s also the most dramatic. Full review →
Elaborately framed theater costumes hang in the high-ceilinged lobby, while the in-hotel restaurant, Prima, caters to the theater crowds. Full review →
Historic digs in the Mile High City’s fine arts hub and near the best restaurants and bars in town. Full review →
Elegant surroundings and impeccable service make this luxurious boutique hotel one of Denver's best. Full review →
This 110-room luxury boutique, located in a historic building across the street from the Denver Center for the Performing Arts, has sophisticated... rooms. Full review →
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 Full review →
Renaissance Revival building filled with theater memorabilia, including a costume worn by Annette Bening in a Denver Center Theatre Company production. . Full review →
A "quiet, elegant refuge" "in the heart of the city", this "luxurious" Downtown Denver boutique housed in a 1911 landmark building blends "historic charm" with "crisp", "modern" accommodations.