Denver’s hotel options suit any type of traveller. The range of options to choose from can feel overwhelming but fear not, Culture Trip brings you the insider guide to unique hotels to stay at while visiting Denver.
The Warwick Hotel is a luxurious hotel located in the center of Denver. If you’re looking for luxury lodging offering a pool, spa, and onsite dining, then the Warwick is for you. Business travelers will be pleased with the Warwick’s attention to detail and the excellent service.
Castle Marne is perfect for a romantic vacation. Guests will be transported to a fairyland at Castle Marne, as the rooms are full of Victorian furniture and mostly lit by candles. Make sure to reserve a candlelit dinner during your stay.
A Creative Commons Image: Capitol Hill Mansion Bed & Breakfast | Larry Lamsa/Flickr
Capitol Hill Mansion is located in Denver’s famous upscale neighborhood, ‘Millionaire’s Row.’ An elegant breakfast is served over a two hour period, and at night guests can enjoy complimentary wine and cocktails.
A Creative Commons Image: Lumber Baron Inn & Gardens | Erik Goodyear/Flickr
Lumber Baron Inn & Gardens is less a hotel and more of an experience. The hotel is one of the most unique in the world, as every night there is an interactive Murder Mystery Show. Plan to stay here for one night and then move on to one of these other fabulous hotels, as you will likely not want to see the same show over and over. The rooms are perfect for relaxing after the show – if you stay at Lumber Baron, you’ll be delighted by the huge suites complete with soaking tubs.
Hotel Monaco is a luxury boutique hotel, but its focus on modern style sets it apart from the chichi hotels in the same price range. Monaco is very inviting, and whether you’re on a family vacation, a couples retreat, or a business trip, the staff will go above and beyond to ensure your happiness.
The Oxford Hotel is one of the oldest hotels in Denver, and has a rich tradition of service and luxury. The Cruise Room was featured in our list of Denver’s Best Bars, so it is no surprise that the hotel itself also stands out. While The Oxford is a large full-service hotel, each room is filled with unique antique furniture, along with TVs and remodeled bathrooms.
The Crawford’s main selling point is that it is home to several of Denver’s best restaurants, boutique shops, and lively bars. Located inside of Denver’s Union Station, the hotel is furnished in a signature style, with many rooms designed like train cars.
The Adagio is Denver’s premier cannabis-friendly inn. There are six unique rooms for guests to choose from, but the hotel’s amenities are the real selling point. Each morning a delicious communal breakfast is prepared, and guests are encourage to share stories and pipes as they dine. Also worth noting is the Spa, which utilizes cannabis-infused therapy to ensure guests are über relaxed.
The Brown Palace is a huge, 241 room hotel that manages to retain the ability to give guests a sense that they are unique and welcome. The hotel itself has been operating since 1892, but is designed in a contemporary French Provincial style. The hotel is quite large and boasts three restaurants, a spa, a salon, and a flower shop.
Patterson Inn is a unique historic hotel that is also a National Landmark. While it has the charm of bed and breakfast, it has the amenities and service of a luxury boutique hotel. Each of the rooms are different in decoration and style, and yet each has its own private bath. The Inn serves breakfast daily and has a pub if you’d like a to have drink.