We list the best hotels in Denver as recommended by travel experts from CNN, Lonely Planet, Fodor's, New York Times and more. All hotel recommendations have been referenced with customer reviews. The rating you see is an aggregate from several platforms and is always higher than 4 out of 5 stars.
“The bedrooms at this eco-minded guesthouse in the city’s Five Points neighbourhood are popping with personality. The four suites incorporate designs by local artists, and the nine smaller rooms may have mural artwork, log-cabin stylings, a private deck or a hot tub.”
“Opened in 2014 above the main terminal of Denver’s renovated Union Station, the Crawford Hotel is designed to evoke Pullman-era train travel while offering decidedly modern perks like a Tesla courtesy car and complimentary gym access. Each of the 112 soundproofed rooms are unique and some are smaller than others.”
Featured in New York Times’ 36 Hours in Denver.
“This swanked-out hostel is an oasis for budget travelers. Stylish, modern and squeaky clean, dorms have themes – Aspen, Graffiti, Vintage Biker – and sleep five to 10 people in bunks. Mattresses are thick and duvets plush.”
“Standing agape under the stained-glass-crowned atrium, it’s clear why this palace is shortlisted among the country’s elite historic hotels. There’s deco artwork, a four-star spa, imported marble and staff who discreetly float down the halls.”
“Hotel Indigo opened in January 2017 and mixes industrial chic and Scandi minimalism with the friendly vibe Denver is famous for. The hotel’s restaurant, Hearth and Dram, is a destination in its own right.”