Near the Denver International Airport, this La Quinta carries on the chain's concept of comfort and convenience for guests. The hotel has 16 two-room suites, which include separate living (or working) and sleeping areas. The extended stay rooms feature king-size beds, refrigerators, microwaves, fancy wood furniture and recliners. The standard rooms are extremely spacious and come with large desks. On the landscaped courtyard, guests can relax in the gazebo or check out the sundeck's mountain views.
The Courtyard, located just east of downtown, has all the first class accommodations you would expect from a Marriott. All the rooms offer business amenities, including work desks. While there is no restaurant on site, a dinner delivery service is available to bring selections from nearby restaurants. If you have a chance to get away from the job, downtown is only a few miles away. Plus, the hotel is close to area parks as well as the Denver Zoo and the IMAX - Denver Museum of Nature and Science.
Here, marble accents and antique furniture provide an elegant and inviting welcome as guests enter the lobby. Most rooms at Warwick Hotel feature cable television, minibar, private balconies, coffee maker and wireless Internet services. Originally designed as an apartment building, this mid-size hotel offers more space than many downtown hotels. Plus, the location is relatively close to the major attractions of downtown including the Denver Art Museum. The hotel recently underwent a USD20 million restoration.
Denver International Youth Hostel is your average low budget accommodation. Guests share bathrooms, kitchens, telephones and laundry facilities. The rooms are plain but relatively clean. The basement lounge provides a place for guests to read, play games or watch television. Couples and families may request private rooms. The neighborhood, four blocks east of the State Capitol, can be sketchy after dark. Guests are given keys to the front door for 24-hour access and are encouraged to leave valuables in the office safe.
From the outside, the Hyatt Place Denver Cherry Creek is nothing more than a jet black skyscraper towering above Colorado Boulevard. But the inside is a whole other world. You feel as if you have left a world of strip malls and traffic laden streets and wandered into the rustic hill country of northern Italy. The concierge service is excellent, the rooms are spacious and comfortable, and the business facilities make it easy to take the office on the road. But, if romance is on the agenda, then the Amore package will definitely get the sparks flying. Located just south of downtown, the hotel is close to many attractions including Cherry Creek Shopping Center.
Located just south of the Denver Tech Center, the Inverness Hotel is a sprawling business resort with a PGA championship golf course. The luxury rooms, first-class business facilities, endless recreation amenities, and numerous dining options make it the ideal setting for a business retreat. Decorated in upscale western motifs, the hotel exudes the laid back ambiance associated with the Colorado lifestyle. In addition to the golf course, the hotel offers an Olympic-sized pool and tennis courts. The Park Meadows Mall is also nearby.
In 1890, Scottish immigrant John Mouat acquired a fortune in the lumber industry and then appropriated funds to help transform the city of Denver from a mining camp into a modern metropolis. His mansion now serves as the home of the Lumber Barron Inn & Gardens. Each room brims with individual style and luxury, and includes everything from period antiques to hot tubs. Don't let the traditional look of the establishment deceive you, as they even have iPads in each room! Guests can start the morning with an in-room breakfast basket, or opt for the full-service restaurant. Be sure to call and sign up for its Murder Mystery Dinner! The various packages that they offer are perfect for romantic stays and you can even host a wedding here in their large ballroom and garden. As a special feature, you can even ask for a webcam facility for your event, so the guests who couldn't make it, can be a part of the ceremony!
The Capitol Hill Mansion, constructed in 1891 and listed on the National Historic Register, went through a recent restoration to become one of Denver's finest bed-and-breakfast inns. The innkeepers have crafted special comforts in each room, accentuating the amenities of the sandstone, castle-like Romanesque mansion. Fresh flowers, antiques, and artwork adorn all of the rooms, and Old World furnishings accent the sweeping staircase and stained glass window in the entry hallway. The parlor is an especially pleasant place to relax, or you can kick back on the winding porch.
When the city built the sprawling new airport in 1995, hotels and motels of every shape and size migrated to the eastern fringes of the city to meet incoming travelers. Designed for business travelers, this hotel features a multi-lingual staff and an-on site business center. Jacuzzi suites and VIP rooms are available. The convenient location off I-70 offers easy access between downtown and the airport.
After undergoing a three million dollar face-lift, this Doubletree is looking better than ever. The renovation upgraded the guest rooms and business facilities. And although the exterior still looks like an office complex, the inside boasts a modern look. Located a mere five minutes from the DTC, Denver's southern business sector, the spot is perfect for the business traveler. Vacationers have easy access to Cherry Creek Reservoir. The rooms are spacious and equipped with writing desks, data ports, large closets, coffee makers, full-length mirrors, and ironing equipment.
The La Quinta Inn Central is an ideal spot for
the leisure traveler due to its location near Coors Field, Elitch Gardens and all of downtown's dining and nightlife options. The hotel underwent a huge renovation in 1996 and ...
Sheraton Denver Downtown Hotel offers an ideal location, close to
the Colorado Convention Center and shopping. The hotel has 1,225 guest rooms, including 92 suites. The friendly hotel staff will make you feel right at home. After a day ...
This hotel is only two miles away from the University
of Denver, making it a good, moderately priced choice for anyone visiting students; it is also convenient to downtown Denver and the Cherry Creek Shopping Center. It has plenty ...