Boutique Hotels » Denver, CO

Boutique Hotels in Denver, CO

Ah, Denver. Once you experience the Mile High City, you may not want to leave. So don't. Instead, try out one of the city's unique boutique hotels and stay awhile.
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Denver Magnolia Hotel

The Denver Magnolia Hotel is right downtown in what used to be the American National Bank Building. You definitely won't need a car to explore Denver from this location, as it is walking distance to a long list of destinations including Invesco Field, Coors Field, LoDo and the 16th Street Mall. The modern and sophisticated decor is welcoming and fresh and the luxury bedding will coax you to sleep in. Don't forget to belly up to Harry's Bar for a signature "Magtini" and a some much-better-than-typical-bar-food grub. The Magnolia is found in a few other cities, but the Denver location is definitely a standout.

Hotel Chateau Chamonix

Nestle up to Clear Creek at the Hotel Chateau Chamonix. A quick trip west on I-70 from Denver will take you to the quaint town of Georgetown, where the rustic charm of this 10-room hotel welcomes you. This relatively new hotel is cozy and warm, just what you'd expect from a mountain chalet. The European-styled rooms are unique and comfortable and the decor is clean and modern. Some rooms have private balconies, hot tubs, fireplaces or steam showers. From Georgetown you can explore some of Colorado's most eclectic mininig communitities, ride the Georgetown Loop Railroad, travel further west to Summit County for some of the country's best skiing or head east to Denver for some urban entertainment.

Hotel Teatro

The Hotel Teatro is a truly gorgeous boutique hotel that features 110 luxury suites that are 100% non-smoking and pet-friendly. Located across the street from the Denver Center of Performing Arts, you can truly feel the pulse of Denver's heartbeat from here. The vibe here is one of understated elegance with a modern edge. Award-winning chef, Kevin Taylor, has two stellar restaurants in the hotel: PRIMA and Restaurant Kevin Taylor. The Hotel Teatro is certified by the EPA for it's Green Initiatives program, which includes a commitment to using linens and glass rather than paper products, organic products in the rooms, chemical-free cleaning products and recylced trash bags. The rich decor and exquisite attention to details definitely make the Hotel Teatro a pefect choice for a romatic getaway.

Inn at Cherry Creek

If shopping is your thing, the Inn at Cherry Creek is an excellent choice for your Denver accommodations. Right in the middle of Cherry Creek North, Denver's premiere shopping and dining district, the Inn at Cherry Creek offers a wide range of room styles, all of which are non-smoking and pet-friendly. During your stay, don't miss dining at The Weber. This eclectic bistro features fresh, local ingredients creative and artistic dishes. After your shopping spree, grab a bike and head down to the Creek Creek bike path for an afternoon jaunt. The Inn at Cherry Creek is far enough from downtown that you can spread your wings a bit, but definitely still close to the urban action.

The Boulderado

The Boulderado is a gem just outside Denver in, as the name implies, Boulder. Right in the middle of downtown (and steps away from the Pearl Street Mall), this Victorian-inspired hotel will "wow" you from the moment you walk through the door. There's no way to miss the lobby's striking stained glass ceiling and distinguished cherrywood staircase will take you far enough back in time to appreciate the historic quality of the hotel. Each room is uniquely decorated with careful attention to detail and luxury materials. The Boulderado may have opened its doors in 1909, but it offers guests all the modern conveniences you'd expect...and then some.