The Ramble is one of Denver’s newest hotels, and the only one in the Rino (“River North”) District. This neighborhood is cool, authentic and boasts breweries, wine bars, shopping, a food hall, and restaurants galore. The hotel is immaculately designed…a true feast for the eyes. Deep blue wood-paneled walls, antique chandeliers, vintage herringbone wood floors all set the scene for an away-from-home abode that feels both decadent and approachable. The staff are incomparably kind and attentive, and are down-to-the-detail oriented to make your stay not only memorable, but one that you would want to return to again and again. (Both Whiskey and I would choose to stay at this lovely hotel every trip to the Mile High City!) View on Google.
The Crawford Hotel
This swanky hotel situated within the bustling downtown Union Station takes hip and relevant to a new standard. Inside of the station you will be pleasantly surprised to find multiple restaurants, bars, and a well-appointed bookstore, as well as this luxury hotel…this is indeed a one-stop shop destination. No need to rent a car, as all that Denver has to offer can be found either in the station itself, or a just a short walk away. The rooms are spacious and fitted with luxurious amenities, as well as large bathrooms, most with a shower and a soaking tub! Be sure to grab a bite and drinks at one of the many station restaurants and bars! View on Google.
Located in the cheery Cherry Creek neighborhood of Denver, the Halcyon hotel is the perfect spot to spend a night or two as you discover the many and varied suburban areas of the Mile High city. Touted as an urban oasis in Cherry Creek, this 154 room “non-hotel” is a perfect getaway from the run of the mill hotel experience, blurring the lines between hotel and home, you’re sure to feel a sense of welcome and comfort, all coupled with stellar attention to detail. Do not miss the rooftop pool, it’s a sweet spot to sip a cocktail and watch as the sun sets over the Rockies! View on Google.