These top hotels in Denver and Boulder will fit the needs of every traveler to the Mile High City and the surrounding region, whether it’s for relaxation or to enjoy all the culture, food and nightlife of the city.
Four Seasons Denver
Four Seasons Denver brings luxury to Downtown’s theater district in the 45-story hotel tower. There are 247 guest rooms and suites for comfort on your visit, whether it’s for business or pleasure. The hotel is within walking distance to the convention center, Coors Field and the Pepsi Center. When not out enjoying all that Denver and the area has to offer, visit the hotel’s spa, fitness facilities or the heated pool located on the third-floor rooftop terrace. EDGE Restaurant and EDGE Bar will have your dining and cocktail needs covered.
The Art, A Hotel
The Art, A Hotel features sophistication and contemporary design in Denver’s newest luxury property located in the city’s downtown arts district. The hotel is near the Denver Art Museum, but you don’t have to leave the property to experience masterpieces. Works of art spill out into the hotel from its two galleries. Guests can enjoy dinner and cocktails at the on-property restaurant, or lounge around fire pits on the terrace.
The Oxford Hotel is in a historic setting in Downtown Denver’s LoDo District. Opening in 1891, The Oxford Hotel is Denver’s oldest. The location puts guests close enough to walk to all the action, but a courtesy transportation service is available to take you within a 2-mile radius of the hotel. Guest rooms and suites are decorated in either a Victorian or an Art Deco theme, and no two rooms are the same. The surrounding LoDo neighborhood has restaurant options, or consider the hotel’s McCormick’s Fish House & Bar or the Cruise Room Martini Bar.
The Crawford Hotel combines luxury with history in its location inside Denver’s Union Station in the LoDo District. From claw foot tubs to rain showers and unique artwork, the guest rooms and suites come in a range of options. With a variety of shops, bars and restaurants in Union Station, guests never have to leave the property to enjoy some of the great tastes of Denver. Choose to relax with a massage or facial, or sign up for a yoga class.
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Hotel Teatro is a boutique property centered in the heart of Denver’s music and theater district with restaurants, attractions and shopping nearby. The building was constructed in 1911 as the Denver Tramway Building and restored into a hotel in 1997. The hotel sits just across from the Denver Center for Performing Arts. There is a variety of rooms and suite options, many of which offer views of Downtown Denver. Guests can dine at The Nickel, located in the space once used to collect fare from customers riding the streetcars. It offers an extensive charcuterie program and an inventive cocktail program at the restaurant’s centerpiece, the Barrel Bar.
The Ritz-Carlton brings luxury to this upscale high-rise property in Downtown Denver. The Ritz-Carlton Denver has all the features one comes to expect from the luxurious name, including a signature steak house Elway’s, named for the hall of fame quarterback, featuring a superb wine list and innovative dining. And the Ritz-Carlton Spa takes pampering to another level.
Hotel Boulderado opened in 1909 in Boulder. Today, the historic boutique hotel near Pearl Street Mall features modern amenities with Victorian charm. The pedestrian Pearl Street Mall offers an abundance of shopping, dining, nightlife and art for day and night fun. Hotel Boulderado has three restaurants, as well. Spruce Farm and Fish offers farm-to-table selections, The Corner Bar has light fare and cocktails, and License No. 1 is the original basement bar.
St. Julien Hotel & Spa in Downtown Boulder features 201 rooms, including 12 suites and three hospitality suites. The hotel features a 10,000-square-foot spa with 12 treatment rooms, infinity pool with whirlpool and outside terrace, and unmatched views of the Flatiron Mountains. The hotel is within walking distance of over 200 shops and 80 restaurants, but don’t forget the hotel’s various dining and drinking options.
JW Marriott Denver Cherry Creek brings a fashion-forward experience to Cherry Creek. The hotel’s design gives a nod to the Colorado lifestyle with the comfort that comes with JW Marriott. Guests can enjoy food and beverages at the Second Home Kitchen + Bar or get a spa treatment at Antoine Du Chez spa and salon. Relax in one of the 196 guest rooms, many of which have Rocky Mountain views while you see why the hotel consistently receives accolades as one of Denver’s best.
Kimpton Hotel Denver
Kimpton Hotel Monaco has guests at the center of Denver’s action in this 189-room boutique hotel. Guests can enjoy a hosted evening wine hour or dine in the hotel’s restaurant. When not out enjoying all that Denver has to offer, relax in the full-service spa or use an in-room yoga mat for peaceful rejuvenation.