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What you should know about Downtown Denver

When can I find the best deals on Hotels in Downtown Denver?

Denver was founded in the days of the Old West and at a mile above sea level it's the highest major city in the U.S. – its nickname is 'The Mile High City'. Many use it as a gateway for exploring the ski resorts in the Rocky Mountains, but those who stay discover a wealth of attractions, craft breweries, and farm-to-table eateries, not to mention a spread of historic and modern hotels. To find the city's best hotel deals visit during the comfortable shoulder seasons, particularly in fall, when the summer hordes have gone home and holiday season prices haven't yet kicked in.

What are the Top Hotels in Downtown Denver?

One of Downtown Denver's newest hotel offerings is The Crawford Hotel, housed in the old Denver Union Station. The carefully designed renovation has preserved and highlighted the station's historic features while creating a luxurious space which looks over the Rocky Mountains and the city's skyline. Hotel Teatro is Denver's original boutique and rightly deserves the accolades it so often receives. Expect high ceilings and luxurious bathrooms in the 110 guestrooms. The playful retro-chic Curtis Hotel puts the city's retail shops and entertainment right on your doorstep.

Where are the best areas for Hotels in Downtown Denver?

The Central Business District is lively and busy with an astonishing number of historic buildings, many of which have been converted into luxury hotels. If you stay here you'll have your pick of some of the best spots to eat. The buzzy little neighborhood of LoDo – Lower Downtown – teems with trendy boutiques and bars, and in the summer your LoDo hotel would never be too far from one of the many events and gigs in the city. Five Points in the northeast is one of the city's oldest districts. Vibrant and diverse, it was once known as 'The Harlem of the West' thanks to its jazz music history.

What are Hotels like in Downtown Denver?

The hotels in Downtown Denver offer fun and unique accommodation options. Stylish decor is the norm, as are facilities like good quality restaurants and on-site bars. Some come with cozy lounges complete with plush leather chairs. Others are super-modern with indoor pools and spa treatments, perfect if you want to unwind in Colorado's capital. Many understand the distinct difference between business and leisure travelers and have worked hard to create something suitable for both.

How much do Hotels typically cost in Downtown Denver?

Hotels in Downtown Denver are competitively priced. Considering its proximity to a ton of outdoor activities in the Rocky Mountains, it's perhaps surprising the hotel rooms aren't more expensive. If you want luxury hotels in Downtown Denver, you're going to be forking out between $300 and $400 a night. You get a lot of bang for your buck with the mid-range offerings, for which you can expect to pay $200 to $250 a night, and there's a smattering of discount hotels, but it may be difficult to find much under the $150 mark.

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