Sandwiched between lavish theatres and intimate playhouses, this class act puts you right in the heart of arty downtown Denver. The hotel is a spectacle in its own right, too, with lavish rooms – try the Chancellor Suite with Rocky Mountain views – and the elegant Kevin Taylor restaurant.
The Brown Palace Hotel
Over the past century, this suave bolthole has welcomed famous names galore. Feel the power in the Roosevelt and Eisenhower suites, or crank up the jukebox in the Beatles suite – each has plenty of standout features, including a dented fireplace in Ike’s digs, from the great man’s golf practice.
Four Seasons Hotel Denver
A stay here puts you at the edge of the Rocky Mountains, but a complimentary chauffeur to the city centre can pop you right outside Denver’s top galleries.
Bursting at the seams with pop culture and quirky curios, this hotel is a work of art in itself. Creative types will love the fashion library and vintage gems.
The Oxford Hotel
Denver’s first hotel opened in 1891 just after the railroad boom, and has remained the height of luxury since.
Capitol Hill Mansion
Tucked away on ‘Millionaires’ Row’, this redbrick mansion offers architectural tours of the city – and they’re by horse-drawn carriage, no less.