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Downtown Denver is home to three Forbes Travel Guide Four-Star hotels, each with its own mile-high luxuries and all with perfect locations close to the city's best attractions. The Ritz-Carlton, Denver reflects its Colorado roots with red rocks, stones and water features throughout, but you'll likely be most drawn to its signature restaurant, Elway's, and its Four-Star spa. The 45-floor Four Seasons Hotel Denver one-ups its own sophisticated guest rooms with panoramic views of the Rocky Mountains from many of them. And The Brown Palace Hotel is a Denver landmark, having hosted heads of state and celebrities since 1892. Your guest room will be Art Deco or Victorian in style, but either way, you can count on elegance and charm.
I like the JW Marriott [Denver] Cherry Creek because they pamper you there. [Forbes Travel Guide Four-Star] Four Seasons [Hotel Denver] is spectacular. I actually stayed there for my birthday this year. Four Seasons has the most impeccable service and the most knowledgeable concierge ever — plus it’s in the very heart of Denver. There’s really no need to even take a cab anywhere from the Four Seasons. Hotel Teatro is a very nice hotel. Those are the nicest hotels in Denver. Hotel Teatro and Hotel Monaco Denver are nice boutique-y hotels. They’re more intimate, maybe a little less fussy and a bit more comfortable. I have to say, though, I like to be pampered in a hotel. I cut a lot of corners when I travel, but where I stay isn’t really one of them.