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- View all PhotosThe Oxford HotelDenver, CO0.8 miles to city center$30 Nightly Resort Fee4.0-star Hotel Class4.0-star Hotel Class$30 Nightly Resort Fee
Located in Denver's LoDo district — just blocks from Coors Field and Elitch Gardens — this boutique hotel knows luxury like the back of its hand. Rooms come with ornate beds and sport a variety of tech-friendly extras, such as plasma TVs, minifridges, minibars and Wi-Fi. What's more, you'll be treated to high-end perks like complimentary luxury car rides and thread count Egyptian cotton sheets in each room. Recent guests particularly love The Oxford's unique decor; the property feels very turn-of-the-century with arched windows, claw-foot tubs and silky drapes. Also on-site you'll find a spa and salon, fitness center and luxury transportation to destinations within a 2-mile radius of the hotel. For dining, there's a restaurant that serves brunch and dinner and the prohibition-style bar, The Cruise Room.
- View all PhotosHotel TeatroDenver, CO0.4 miles to city center$23 Nightly Resort Fee4.5-star Hotel Class4.5-star Hotel Class$23 Nightly Resort Fee
There's no mystery behind this hotel's name. Hotel Teatro (Theater Hotel) rubs elbows with the Denver Center for the Performing Arts, making it a great choice for lovers of the stage. But that's not the only thing that attracts visitors to this boutique hotel. Hotel Teatro features cozy guest rooms decked out in neutral colors and modern amenities, including flat-panel LCD TVs, Keurig coffee makers and bathrooms with rainforest shower heads. What's more, pet owners can rest easy knowing their four-legged friends are more than welcome to stay here for free. The hotel also features a fitness center, an on-site restaurant, The Nickel, and a library-themed lounge, The Study. The hotel's exceptional customer service also earns a thumbs-up, though recent visitors bemoaned the high valet parking fees, which are not covered by the daily $23 amenity fee.
- View all PhotosKimpton Hotel Monaco DenverDenver, CO0.5 miles to city center$23 Nightly Resort Fee4.0-star Hotel Class4.0-star Hotel Class$23 Nightly Resort FeeWhen it comes to glitz and glamour, you can't go wrong with the Hotel Monaco. This funky hotel lives up to the Monaco's reputation, catering to the trendy set with its brightly colored furniture and chic artistic flair. The hotel lobby's fun decor makes it an excellent spot for an evening drink; like all Kimpton brand properties, the Hotel Monaco Denver offers its guests complimentary wine and coffee every day. Meanwhile, the guest rooms are just as stylish as the common areas, with bold wallpaper, metallic and leather accents, and pops of blue and green. Previous guests are also fond of the in-house VEDA Salon & Spa and the northern Italian dishes served at Panzano Restaurant. Recent visitors also had high praise for the friendly staff and nightly wine hour, but what guests love most about the Hotel Monaco is its location in the heart of downtown Denver, just a few blocks from Larimer Square. Keep in mind that an ideal location means expensive parking rates though. Members of the IHG Rewards program can earn or redeem points for stays here.
- View all PhotosThe Ramble HotelDenver, CO1.2 miles to city center4.0-star Hotel Class4.0-star Hotel Class
Travelers who plan on catching a concert or Colorado Rockies baseball game at Coors Field ought to consider bedding down at The Ramble Hotel. According to previous visitors, the hotel offers a hip vibe, especially at night when the lobby's Death & Co restaurant – which is one of four food and beverage venues – fills with thirsty patrons seeking creative cocktails and seasonally inspired dishes. Many recent guests also appreciated the friendly staff but offer a few words of caution. Despite being within walking distance of the MLB stadium, plus various shops and eateries, several past guests warned that the property's location in downtown Denver's up-and-coming River North Art District means it's a bit removed from some of the city's other top attractions. Others lamented the limited equipment available in the on-site fitness center. However, most former lodgers heaped praise on the beautiful accommodations. All 50 guest rooms and suites boast chic touches like hickory floors and antique Persian rugs, plus flat-screen TVs, complimentary Wi-Fi access, French press coffee makers and pillow-top mattresses.
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