Four Seasons Hotel Denver

A Denver hotel with a mountain vibe
With a comforting yet elegant modern-residential vibe, Four Seasons Hotel Denver is the place to get cozy when staying in the Mile-High City. Like a crisp hike in the nearby mountains, the color scheme of this downtown Denver hotel features subtle beige highlights, rich browns, soft yellows and other earth tones to help give it a Colorado feel.

It's as if the hotel doesn't want you to forget you are so close to pure nature — not that you could with the stunning view of the Rocky Mountains in the western horizon. Many of the rooms face this vista, and others look out toward the historic Daniels & Fisher Tower gracing the 16th Street Mall. But no matter what you see out the window, it's what inside that really counts.
Our Inspector's Highlights
  • The third-floor spa has an array of Colorado-themed treatments, like an evergreen-oil massage, a local honey wrap and other hydrating facials and rubs to help you relax and combat the arid climate.
  • On the same floor as the spa there is an outdoor pool and bar, and those who don't want to traipse around in bathing suits, can use the spa's locker room to change. Across from the pool, behind a floor-to-ceiling glass window, is the gym where you can take Pilates and yoga classes.
  • This luxury hotel pays attention to the kids — upon arrival the host wheels out a little red wagon filled with toys for your tot to choose from. There’s even a PlayStation upon request (bonus: you don't have to be under 12 to utilize that perk).
  • Each room, no matter how big, comes with an earth-toned, marble bathroom accented with natural shabui stone. Expect a glass-enclosed, walk-in shower and either a marble-wrapped bathtub or a deep-soaking, free-standing Roman-style tub that faces a large window.
  • Edge Restaurant & Bar is the hotel's fine-dining establishment and serves up local meats, farm-to-table sides and more than 50 wines by the glass. For a special treat, book the private chef's table to watch the culinary whizzes at work.
Things to Know
  • If you want to go out and see the town, the Four Seasons offers a complimentary car to take you around in a three-mile radius.
  • For parents with wee ones, the property has a babysitting service to help give you a night off.
  • Though the luxury hotel towers 45 stories high, the majority of the floors house private residents. However, all the floors up to 14 are reserved for hotel guests and are filled with rooms of various sizes and styles.

The Rooms
  • The basic rooms are the Superior and Deluxe, which offer a king-sized bed or a pair of doubles. The spacious accommodations include a single room furnished with a refrigerated private bar, a Nespresso machine, picture windows with a great view and a comfy chair and desk.
  • The soaps, lotions and hair care products in the bathrooms are L'Occitane, though if you upgrade to the luxurious presidential suite, you'll get luxe Bulgari goods. Sinks have a gentle glow that appears after dark and gives you just enough light so you don't stumble around; you can also watch your favorite shows in the LCD HDTV located within the vanity mirror.
  • The One-Bedroom Suite is 935 square feet and has a full living room with a lounge chair and ottoman, a built-in bar, a four-person dining table and two HDTVs — there is almost no reason to leave your room. You don't even have to venture downstairs to eat Edge — you can enjoy a majority executive chef Simon Purvis' steakhouse-style dishes in your room via 24-hour rooms service.
The Look
  • The focus on detail is apparent the moment you walk through the revolving door and into the marble-floored lobby. Conceived by Bilkey Llinas Design, the clean-lined and contemporary space has the sophistication one expects of the Four Seasons brand.
  • It doesn’t feel stuffy one bit, which could be due to the soft, welcoming couches that rest across from reception, or the flickering fireplace further in. Even in the bustle of a 260-room hotel, you can still find quiet and calm in the plush public spaces.
  • Sleek and contemporary accents and furnishings plus original artworks are found throughout the hotel, where the subdued, natural color pallete of brown, purple, gold, green and blue works in the regional Rocky Mountain theme throughout.

Getting There
1111 14th Street, Denver, Colorado 80202
DEN (30-40 min)  
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