Downtown Denver Hotels Hit A Home Run

Downtown Denver hits a homerun with more than 8,400 hotel rooms within walking distance of Coors Field and the Colorado Convention Center (CCC). From historic to budget-friendly hotels, the Downtown Denver skyline offers all major brands and price points. With so many rooms and so little time, consider the following guide of downtown Denver’s  hotels to pick the accommodations that are right for you.

Denver's skyline offers a hotel to fit every budget.

Denver’s skyline offers a hotel to fit every budget. Photo: VISIT DENVER

Boutique Hotels
Start with intimate and unique boutique hotels for your downtown Denver hotel experience.

  • Hotel Monaco Denver. A hip and stylish boutique hotel within walking distance of the best restaurants, bars and shopping in downtown Denver and Lodo. Before you walk the short distance to a baseball game at Coors Field, take advantage of  Hotel Monaco’s hosted wine reception from 5-6 pm Monday-Friday in the lobby or its top-notch on-site Italian restaurant, Panzano’s.
  • Hotel Teatro.  A classic combination of boutique and history bundled into a hotel inspired by its proximity to the Performing Arts Complex (Theater District). Teatro means theatre in Italian. Also inspiring is its signature fine dining at Kevin Taylor.
  • The Curtis. Get your funky on when you settle into the super cool Curtis Hotel. Located in Denver’s Theater District, adults and kids will all love the relaxed atmosphere of the Curtis with its nod to America’s pop culture.

    The funky lobby at the Curtis Hotel. Photo: The Curtis

    The funky lobby at the Curtis Hotel. Photo: The Curtis

Historic Hotels
Located throughout Colorado, historic hotels fine-tune customer service into a decadent indulgence.

  • The Brown Palace Hotel and Spa:  Located in the heart of downtown Denver, the Brown Palace is a legendary Mobil Four-Star, AAA Four-Diamond hotel. Historic hotels sometime come across as pretentious, yet The Brown Palace somehow brings home the historic component layering in all the comforts of home to make you feel, well, like you’ve come home.

    The atrium lobby at the Brown Palace

    The atrium lobby at the Brown Palace. Photo: Rich Grant/VISIT DENVER

  • Oxford Hotel. A romantic getaway waiting to happen with a big splash of history and ghosts, close to LoDo and Coors Field – the Oxford is great location for a Rockies baseball getaway. Order a martini at The Cruise Room Lounge, a 1933 Art Deco landmark fashioned after one of the lounges on the Queen Mary.

    Deluxe Room at the historic Oxford Hotel

    Deluxe Room at the historic Oxford Hotel

  • Magnolia Hotel Denver. Between the 16th Street Mall and Coors Field, the best features of this property are its circa ‘70s nooks and crannies. The Magnolia Hotel is located in what was formerly the American National Bank Building. The Magnolia Club offering guests complimentary hot American buffet breakfast, evening happy hour, and a bedtime fresh-baked cookie and milk. Kick back and people watch at the onsite restaurant and bar, Harry’s Bar, with a window’s view of the pedestrian traffic.

Luxury Hotels
You can also pamper yourself in downtown Denver with these luxury hotels:

  • Ritz-Carlton Denver.   Sink back into luxury from the moment you walk into the lobby. Ritz-Carlton Denver is also home to the fabulous tastes of Elway’s Downtown and the sensory experience of the Ritz-Carlton Spa.
  • The Westin Denver Downtown Centrally located in downtown Denver just 5 blocks from the convention center, this four-diamond Westin is a favorite with locals, celebrities, sports, and political figures likely due to its classy, comfort, affordability, and accessibility. The property recently underwent a renovation to its meeting space and the 4th floor indoor/outdoor pool deck.
  • Grand Hyatt Denver When staying at the Grand Hyatt, you’re than a minute from the excitement of the 16th Street Mall. The hotel recently completed renovation of its Lobby, Conference Center, the Renowned Pinnacle Club, and 516 guest rooms. Got beer? Make sure you take advantage of the Hyatt’s micro brew walking tour package.

    A recently renovated room at the Grand Hyatt Denver

    A recently renovated room at the Grand Hyatt Denver

  • Sheraton Denver Downtown Hotel (formerly the Adams Mark), located on the 16th Street Pedestrian Mall. The Sheraton Denver also helps you get your green on and make this authentic Irish pub, Katie Mullens Irish Restaurant and Pub, your fist stop.
  • Hyatt Regency Denver at Colorado Convention Center. You can’t beat this Hyatt’s location adjacent to the CCC, and minutes from everything Denver. You don’t won’t to miss the breathtaking views of Denver and surrounding Rocky Mountains from Peaks Lounge while sipping on a glass of wine, local brew or ordering from their impressive mixology menu.

    The view from Peaks Lounge at Hyatt Regency Denver

    The view from Peaks Lounge at Hyatt Regency Denver

Budget Friendly:
The downtown is lined with budget-friendly properties within walking distance of downtown Denver neighborhoods, unlimited shopping, restaurants and activities.

The good news is that Mile-High Denver is always on sale and so are its deals. Whether you’re visiting Denver in the summer or the winter, VISIT DENVER offers hotel specials all year round.

Photo credits: VISIT DENVER, Diana Rowe, Hyatt Regency Denver, Grand Hyatt Denver, The Curtis Hotel, and the Oxford Hotel.


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